Littlefield: ‘Yes’ at the November election will be worth any small cost to fund bond projects

On Nov. 5, 2019 Scottsdale voters will be asked to approve three bond questions totaling $319 million to fund capital projects in Scottsdale. [...] Continue Reading →

A call to action: Help us protect Scottsdale’s quality of life

Several years ago, the quality of life for many Scottsdale residents was severely impacted by the Federal Aviation Administration. When the FAA [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Scottsdale residents deserve a voice in planning the next bond package

I am a member of the City Council’s Capital Improvement Plan Subcommittee which is tasked with recommending the size and scope of the bond [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Scottsdale bond package is too big, bloated and undefined

Some of my fellow city councilmembers want to place a single, large $350M bond question on the November ballot. It would be all-or-nothing, [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: poll shows strong opposition to Scottsdale Desert EDGE proposal

Since the beginning of the $1.7-million-dollar study — which my Council colleagues approved over my objections — on the development [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Scottsdale voters deserve clear-choice vote on Desert EDGE proposal

Since last Tuesday’s Scottsdale City Council work study meeting to discuss the Desert Discovery Center/Desert Edge proposal many citizens have [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Discovery Center proposal crosses the commercial edge

I Just got back this afternoon from a meeting where I received a presentation of all the new plans for the latest version of the DDC, now renamed [...] Continue Reading →

Littlefield: Desert Discovery Center update offered nothing new

On Tuesday night, the Scottsdale City Council heard an “update” on a study regarding the Desert Discovery Center, or DDC. The group doing the [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale community rallies behind Wheel Inn Ranch residents

Last fall my husband Bob and I alerted the community to the plight of the mostly elderly, disabled, and low-income residents of the Wheel Inn [...] Continue Reading →

From opponent to supporter: Littlefield encourages “yes” vote on Scottsdale bond package

There’s a myth that fiscal conservatives oppose any and all city spending plans. The truth is we believe in only smart and prudent use of [...] Continue Reading →