Scottsdale renews wagering license for K O’Donnell restaurant

Wagering will continue at K O’Donnell’s Bar and Grill after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent a Teletrack establishment license [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves third amendment to Museum Square purchase agreement

Scottsdale City Council approved its third amendment to the Loloma Lands purchase and sale agreement regarding city-owned land in Old Town [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale OKs new bid award for new fire station, negates past approval

Scottsdale City Council made an about-face regarding a previously approved construction bid award regarding the building of a new fire station. [...] Continue Reading →

Drinkwater Bridge nears reopening after Scottsdale approves contract

Drinkwater Bridge will enter its third phase of construction after the Scottsdale City Council approved on consent a construction manager at-risk [...] Continue Reading →

Codes, collaboration and parking define underlying Old Town Scottsdale development tension

The old adage, “the squeaky wheel gets the grease,” continues to ring true. On a blistering July day — like countless others before — [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale establishes Veterans Commission, evaluates volunteer service parameters

A new municipal commission for local veterans has been approved, while others have been altered by Scottsdale’s elected officials. Earlier this [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves $5M adjustment to Thomas Groundwater Treatment Facility construction contract

Scottsdale City Council has approved a cost increase modification of more than $5 million for a former contract addressing the complete [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council erases canvas of $50K Wonderspaces request

Scottsdale City Council denied a $50,000 request from Wonderspaces Arizona LLC, as elected officials wondered why the for-profit event needed [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale sets Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan directives into motion

Scottsdale’s leaders have agreed to terms to implement its portion of the Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan — a federal pursuit seeking [...] Continue Reading →

Whitehead: In opposition to Scottsdale’s ‘G-101’ unit purchase

On Tuesday, the City Council will decide whether to spend $3 million to purchase and renovate a downtown condo. The Museum of the West will use [...] Continue Reading →