Heath: Shallow development perspectives threaten future Scottsdale prosperity

This fall you’ll be hearing a lot about Scottsdale’s November Bond election. I’m sure many of the municipal projects requesting voter approval [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Cities like Scottsdale die at the City Hall dais

On the outside chance you’re unfamiliar with the term NIMBY, it stands for “not in my backyard,” and it’s a myopic disease that’s contagious in [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: The duties of citizens, a Scottsdale civics lesson

The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines civics as “the study of the rights and duties of citizens and of how government works.” All cities grow [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Beware of Scottsdale’s ‘angry mob’

Before we move too far away from the last election, I think it’s important to revisit Prop 420, because the group that orchestrated the [...] Continue Reading →

Heath: Desert EDGE ought to be built to illustrate community dedication to Preserve

Why not a museum on the Scottsdale McDowell Sonoran Preserve? Since the dawn of modern civilization, one of the key ingredients to the betterment [...] Continue Reading →