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Homelessness on the rise in Scottsdale

5/24/2024
While the number of unsheltered people experiencing homelessness appears to be declining across the Valley, according to one key indicator, it is going up in Scottsdale. The Maricopa Association …

Scottsdale sustainability plan put on hold

5/22/2024
After about two years of work, Scottsdale still does not have a sustainability plan. Receiving hundreds of emails opposed to the plan and hearing seven speakers against it at the May 21 meeting, …

Scottsdale mayoral candidates turn in campaign finance …

5/21/2024
Money and elections have probably gone hand in hand since the very beginning, and this year is no different. Candidates for Scottsdale mayor filed their campaign finance reports for the first …

City Treasurer: Scottsdale finances in good shape

5/20/2024
Scottsdale’s general fund revenues were up while expenditures came in below budget for the third quarter of the fiscal year, according to city treasurer Sonia Andrews. General fund …

Scottsdale Development Review Board approves look of …

5/16/2024
The Headwaters Residential Healthcare Facility cleared its last administrative hurdle before development can begin when the Scottsdale Development Review Board voted unanimously on May 2 to approve …

City of Scottsdale ordered to pay $5.25 million in …

5/15/2024
A Maricopa County Superior Court jury sided with former Scottsdale City Prosecutor Shawn Fuller May 14 and awarded him $5,250,694 in damages in a wrongful termination lawsuit against the city. …

Scottsdale City Council approves priorities for CDBG …

5/14/2024
Scottsdale will soon have a new pot of money to help the city’s most vulnerable population as well as residents looking to upgrade their homes or have emergency repairs completed. The city …

Save our Preserve sales tax proposal draws …

5/13/2024
Everyone seems to be able to agree that Scottsdale’s parks are old and crumbling, especially in the south part of town. They also seem to agree on things like the McDowell Sonoran …

Scottsdale resident publishes book of poetry

5/3/2024
Scottsdale resident Andrew Neumann has a message he wants to share with the world. It’s simply to take a step back from life, allow yourself to breathe in the fleeting joy that’s in …

Time to get rid of invasive plant species

5/2/2024
The winter is gone and its taken its cleansing rain showers with it. Those showers are also vital to nourishing local plant life, and they’ve done their job well. Unfortunately, they …

SUSD Superintendent gets contract extension, raise

5/1/2024
Dr. Scott Menzel will stay on as Scottsdale Unified School District superintendent for at least three more years and got a raise to boot. The district governing board voted 3-2 during its April …

Short-term rentals back in Scottsdale City Council’s …

4/30/2024
Short-term rentals and nuisance parties will be back on the May 6 agenda of the Scottsdale City Council’s meeting. The council has placed two items on its consent agenda to help local law …
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