Scottsdale Bar Association to honor Virginia Korte

The Scottsdale Bar Association will present its Award of Excellence to Scottsdale City Councilwoman Virginia Korte. The award will be presented [...] Continue Reading →

Virginia Korte plans to pursue Scottsdale mayor’s seat

Scottsdale City Councilwoman Virginia Korte has announced her intent to form a exploratory committee for the mayor’s seat in 2020. In a Jan. 18 [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council approves initiation of DC Ranch park planning

Scottsdale City Council has given its blessing for city staff to begin initial steps to develop a municipal use master site plan on a 12.8-acre [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale AutoShow draws new opportunities to Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community

Motorists traveling along Loop 101 entering and exiting south Scottsdale are watching dollars trickle out of the city’s coffers and into the [...] Continue Reading →

Korte: Thank you Scottsdale voters

Now that the election is finally over, there are a lot of people to thank for their commitment and involvement in making our great city even [...] Continue Reading →

Korte: The memory of Carolyn Allen is one I cherish

“Carolyn Allen was a force of nature who housed wit, strength, and an unwavering moral compass in a petite frame with more pound for pound [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale city council candidates wrangle over differing political perceptions

Scottsdale City Council candidates gathered to discuss local politics for over an hour during an Oct. 4 debate hosted by the Scottsdale Area [...] Continue Reading →

Master plan: Scottsdale will not pursue fixed-rail transit options moving forward

Scottsdale City Council has turned its back on the prospect of allowing any kind of fixed-rail transit system within city limits. The governing [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale City Council candidates talk election qualifications

Scottsdale voters Tuesday, Nov. 8 will elect a mayor and three members to Scottsdale City Council as two candidates have emerged in pursuit of [...] Continue Reading →

Korte: residents need to be involved in the Scottsdale Transportation Master Plan update

Given the number of thoughtful e-mails I received, it is obvious that Scottsdale residents believe that addressing our transportation issues is [...] Continue Reading →