The photo radar quandary: for the love of money or the safety of motorists?

It’s not about the million of dollars retained by a municipality. And, it’s not about the millions of dollars given to the Arizona Legislature or [...] Continue Reading →

Defunct Cottonwoods Resort entrance now ready for commercial applications

The vacant 2.6-acre plat of land that use to house the old Cottonwoods Resort entrance now has Scottsdale City Council’s approval to become a [...] Continue Reading →

Cherokee Elementary named Arizona’s first literary landmark honoring ‘Junie B. Jones’ author

On Friday, May 5, the Scottsdale Unified School District and the Town of Paradise Valley reaffirmed its spot in history with the unveiling of [...] Continue Reading →

Records reveal the lucrative nature of local municipal consultation

Over the last three fiscal years both the city of Scottsdale and Town of Paradise Valley have spent millions on expert opinions. One member of [...] Continue Reading →

House Bill seeking end to photo radar in Arizona carries momentum

A proposed measure at the Arizona Legislature seeking to banish photo radar from local streets is picking up steam. Republican Rep. Travis [...] Continue Reading →

Mayor Collins: Community Conversation model is one tool of consensus building

Scottsdale Councilwoman Virginia Korte is seeking to bring different viewpoints surrounding Scottsdale issues to the table in an effort to find [...] Continue Reading →