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Municipal officials agree conditions have been met for Chauncey Social’s to open a bar in Scottsdale. On Feb. 4, Scottsdale City Council approved on consent resolution No. 11699, finding … more
An effort to bring the major motion picture industry to the desert is afoot through a citizen referendum effort where proponents contend a tax credit program could provide a $7 billion shot in the … more
For an additional two years, Covington & Burling LLP will continue to work as an agent of federal lobbying for Scottsdale City Council as elected leaders look to mitigate impacts created by Sky … more
The Scottsdale Police Department has recommended manslaughter charges for Gary Rundle, after he poured hot water on a woman who overdosed on heroin. At approximately 1:23 p.m. on Feb. 3, … more
A proposed downtown Scottsdale multi-family residential development will see an increase of 77 units thanks to a City Council-approved rezoning. more
After a man claimed that the City of Scottsdale was responsible for injuries and property damage sustained while riding his bike, City Council has authorized settling the claim for a total of $55,000. more
Punches continue to be thrown in the fight to save Southbridge Two as litigation and campaign finance complaints fly in the face of the proposed Scottsdale development. Southbridge Two, planned … more
Scottsdale isn’t giving up on its efforts to mitigate impacts created by Sky Harbor Airport flight paths, as the City Council looks to file a petition reviewing the FAA’s January decision … more
In a unanimous vote, the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors appointed Gilbert Town Councilman Eddie Cook as the next Maricopa County Assessor. “Eddie Cook is a dedicated public servant who … more
More than two dozen community, business and education leaders from throughout Scottsdale have formed a group to work on issues that will shape the future of the community. The SCOTT Project is an … more
Peace Action has announced its endorsement of Anita Malik for Congress in Arizona’s 6th Congressional District. Peace Action is a national grassroots organization working to advance nuclear … more
An outline of marching orders for the 58 approved bond projects is beginning to take shape a City Hall as Scottsdale officials define municipal priorities. During a Feb. 11 study session meeting … more
Three-term Scottsdale City Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp announced her bid for Scottsdale mayor on Feb. 10 at the Scottsdale Airport in front of family, friends and supporters. Ms. Klapp, who began … more
Scottsdale Arts is accepting applications for its Community Arts Grant Program, which provides funding to nonprofit arts and cultural organizations in Scottsdale and throughout the Valley for … more
The city is considering updating the building, freestanding and temporary sign regulations that would allow appropriate signs for developments adjacent to the Loop 101 Freeway between Scottsdale and … more
A much-anticipated conversation around Old Town Scottsdale’s parking woes illustrate the need for better advertisement, signage and distribution of available spaces for motorists looking to … more
The Scottsdale Police Department is asking for the public’s help in identifying two subjects wanted in a Jan. 15 south Scottsdale burglary.At approximately 3:30 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 15 two male … more
The City of Scottsdale has formally entered into a program meant to facilitate the employment of American veterans capitalizing on skill-sets learned, developed and perfected in service to the armed … more
Let them drink wine in Scottsdale city parks. Scottsdale City Council recently approved Ordinance No. 4437, which among other things, amends city code allowing for wine consumption at Parks and … more
Primary responsibility for right-of-way acquisition is being sought by the City of Scottsdale as it relates to a Rawhide Wash Flood Hazard Mitigation Project. In January 2019, the City of Phoenix, … more
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