Cantor: Coronado Success Initiative is a longterm pursuit — not a flash in the pan

The Coronado Success Initiative was never supposed to be a one-year miracle cure for over 10 years of purposeful academic neglect. Our Scottsdale [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: Beckman, Schild are best candidates for SUSD Governing Board

Vote. Vote. Vote. Please vote! Exercise your rights and responsibilities. Your children, your family (yes, even your pets), your community and [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: Navajo Elementary offers cultural linchpin for south Scottsdale community

Rebuild or restore Navajo Elementary School because a vital part of what Scottsdale values will be lost forever if we don’t. Our children and [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: to protest or not to protest? That is the question.

It is quite obvious that those in control of the current state governments, especially like Arizona, don’t give a damn for quality education. [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: I support our Scottsdale SRO program over guns in the classroom

With all of the talk about teachers carrying guns during class — which is a recommendation I personally do not support — and I am not [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: the real story on Scottsdale multifamily housing

Trammell Crow Residential, some Scottsdale residents may recognize the name. Or, J. Ronald Terwilliger? Those are names that have gained more and [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: how is it now OK to use tax dollars to destroy a chunk of that preserved land?

I am always surprised to see the names of attorneys and corporate board members on letters like that concerning the Desert Discovery Center. What [...] Continue Reading →

Cantor: vote for Littlefield and Phillips Nov. 8

Please vote for Bob Littlefield for Scottsdale mayor and Guy Phillips for city council. And, remember that they respect the residents and the [...] Continue Reading →

McDowell Corridor permit reduction a success for the city

The members of the Coalition of Greater Scottsdale and the Scottsdale Coalition were pleased and relieved the Scottsdale City Council finally [...] Continue Reading →