Whitehead: I am an engineer & I can count to $21,900,000

There was a lot of talk about financial credentials at the city council candidate forum held last week. One incumbent is a banker, another an [...] Continue Reading →

Smith: Scottsdale infrastructure needs should supersede political infighting

A fundamental citizen right, guaranteed by Arizona law, is the right to vote on matters of taxation — both sales tax rates and property tax [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Democrats debate kicks-off local city council race

Legislative District 23 Democrats held a public candidate’s forum Thursday, June 20 at the Scottsdale Civic Center Library. Councilpersons on the [...] Continue Reading →

Northern section of Pima Road destined for through-traffic

A northern section of Pima Road is eying a future expansion as Scottsdale City Council approved a contract for development of final plans and [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale OKs budget transfer allowing Second Street Bike Path Connection

Scottsdale City Council is paving the way for the Second Street Bike Path Connection as the local governing body has authorized a budget transfer [...] Continue Reading →

Split vote: Scottsdale paves way for Crossroads East atop 136 acres

Scottsdale City Council has put in place significant changes making way for new development, height and density on both sides of Loop 101 around [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidate has signatures challenged at Superior Court

Signatures gathered and submitted by Scottsdale City Council candidate Alyssa Robis have been challenged at Maricopa County Superior Court. [...] Continue Reading →

Austin: Scottsdale subsidy at Crosswoods East is tone-deaf to infrastructure needs

Editor’s note: it has been brought to our attention the name of the project in question is “Crossroads East.” We apologize for [...] Continue Reading →

As infrastructure needs loom, records reveal Scottsdale economy on even-footing

A three-year snapshot of sales tax collections at the city of Scottsdale paints a picture of economic stability and strong gains bolstered by [...] Continue Reading →

Henninger: Millennial perspective reveals underlying community contrast

Life is often is a study in contrasts. So it goes with city affairs, too. On one hand, you have the Scottsdale City Council, whose job is to [...] Continue Reading →