Alley: ‘Yes’ votes in November are opportunity to become Scottsdale community heroes

Scottsdale voters have a unique opportunity in November to invest in public safety, infrastructure repairs and senior centers through questions [...] Continue Reading →

Alley: Gaslighting is the real plague of Scottsdale

Gaslighting means “to manipulate someone by psychological means into questioning their own sanity,” and it’s a myopic disease that’s highly [...] Continue Reading →

Alley: Bold community outreach gives us the best developments

It’s been an interesting few months in the world of citizen involvement, politics, and development in Scottsdale. Residents have found new power [...] Continue Reading →

Alley: Who really speaks for south Scottsdale?

I walked in to the standing room only council meeting about five minutes before its scheduled start. It was Wednesday, Dec. 12, and on the agenda [...] Continue Reading →

Alley: An open letter to Scottsdale City Council

In a shocking turn of events, another massive apartment and hotel complex is being proposed at an iconic intersection in south Scottsdale. Just [...] Continue Reading →

Alley: Prop. 420 issue has never been about resident vs. resident

If you live south of Shea, chances are you received the latest No Prop. 420 mailer earlier this week. As a lifetime resident who has chosen to [...] Continue Reading →