Rosequist: The life-and-death value of car seat safety

As a first-time parent, there are a litany of worries, concerns and safety issues that consume your mind during the nine long months you’re [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale establishes Veterans Commission, evaluates volunteer service parameters

A new municipal commission for local veterans has been approved, while others have been altered by Scottsdale’s elected officials. Earlier this [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale agrees to legal defense of claims against city treasurer

Scottsdale City Council has agreed to defend and indemnify City Treasurer Jeff Nichols in a pending lawsuit from a former employee. The action [...] Continue Reading →

Outside legal services tapped ensuring Scottsdale Superfund clean-up site remains compliant

Scottsdale City Council has approved a contract not to exceed $50,000 with law firm Jennings, Haug & Cunningham to provide environmental [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale approves $5M adjustment to Thomas Groundwater Treatment Facility construction contract

Scottsdale City Council has approved a cost increase modification of more than $5 million for a former contract addressing the complete [...] Continue Reading →

Decision 2019: Prosperity of Scottsdale hangs in balance

In a few months Scottsdale voters will begin receiving their 2019 ballot containing two initiatives that could shape the city for years to come. [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale sets Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan directives into motion

Scottsdale’s leaders have agreed to terms to implement its portion of the Lower Basin Drought Contingency Plan — a federal pursuit seeking [...] Continue Reading →

Scottsdale Schools wraps up video surveillance upgrades across all campuses

Scottsdale Unified School District is completing the final phase of upgrading video surveillance at its 29 campuses. At a June 11 SUSD Governing [...] Continue Reading →

Salary increases, evaluations accepted for top Scottsdale officials as Padilla takes reins of City Attorney’s Office

Scottsdale City Council has named an acting city attorney in the wake of longtime attorney Bruce Washburn retiring. On Tuesday, June 25, the City [...] Continue Reading →

City Clerk finds reasonable cause NoDDC, Alexander violated campaign finance laws in latest complaint

There is reasonable cause to believe Arizona law may have been violated by the NoDDC organization and its director Jason Alexander, Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →