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Arizona legislators voted down Senate Bill 1379 on April 1 as some lawmakers cited a need for more than a “Band-Aid” to address short-term rental nuisances. Senate Bill 1379 received … more
Do you remember signing up for your first library card? A physical identification card with your name printed on it — one of our first forms of independence, unleashing countless literary … more
The prospects of a new emergency room donning the HonorHealth brand near Mountainside Fitness on Shea Boulevard west of Tatum Boulevard has hundreds of homeowners worried. The Phoenix City Council … more
In 2020, the Town of Paradise Valley collaborated with community partners and became a member of the Drowning Prevention Coalition of Arizona. Town Council member Ellen Andeen who serves as the … more
After schools abruptly closed in March 2020 because of the global coronavirus pandemic, many students reportedly fell by the wayside as districts locally and nationally noted students missing from … more
Although about $60 million in mechanics’ liens have been filed against Scottsdale-based Five Star Development, the company’s president says these disputes are in no way an indication of … more
It isn’t the bill the Town of Paradise Valley was hoping for, but officials are attempting to get a modicum of tighter legislation into Senate Bill 1379 before it advances. Lobbyists … more
What was once tranquil and delightful neighborhood enclaves in places like the Town of Paradise Valley and Old Town Scottsdale have been transformed to unregulated neighborhood motels, officials … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council will discuss behind closed doors adding input to pending litigation regarding EPCOR Water’s proposal to consolidate Valley water districts. The Paradise … more
A strong foundation — one rich in family, heritage and community — is partially what longtime Paradise Valley resident Pamela Georgelos describes as the backbone for her success. Ms. … more
Putting safety first amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the Fiesta Bowl Organization and Desert Financial Credit Union will share kindness statewide with a traveling tour coined, “Kindness … more
Although the Arizona Corporation Commission voted less than six months ago to implement new clean-energy rules for electric companies, state legislation may stop those changes from happening. Two … more
If there was any question about the abilities of Paradise Valley Town Manager Jill Keimach, the fact she successfully hiked Mount Kilimanjaro is more than enough to showcase her strength. Since … more
Arizona Congressman David Schweikert joins the YourValley In The Know Podcast to go on the record with Independent Newsmedia on what he is doing at Congress in Washington D.C. for his constituents … more
The Town of Paradise Valley is considering making a change in its legal department by hiring an outside counsel. The Paradise Valley Town Council on Thursday, March 11, will consider hiring … more
In Paradise Valley, more than half of the town’s population has received the COVID-19 vaccine, state numbers show. On March 8, Arizona Department of Health Services reported 7,567 people within … more
A new report issued by Scottsdale-based Elliot Pollack & Co. gives a no-holds-barred opinion of short-term rentals on Arizona’s community. The February report, developed by … more
The newest version of the proposed code amendment to align building pad heights received a proverbial head nod from the Paradise Valley Town Council, although more work on the matter remains, … more
While the Arizona Legislature considers potential bills addressing short-term rentals, Scottsdale and Paradise Valley are doing all they can to push change and wrest local control from the hold … more
The Paradise Valley Town Council voted unanimously to outlaw recreational marijuana dispensaries following zero objections from the public. The 7-0 vote was made on Feb. 25 during a Town Council … more
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