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- Phoenix Open parking pact a boon for city
- Downtown street closure plan stirs debate
- Council backs new short-term rental curbs
- Council to mull affordable housing group
- Scottsdale city manager gets 24% pay raise
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- Council doles out $2M for social services
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In recent months, Scottsdale City Council has approved the disbursement of over $2 million to local social services organizations and resident programs.
Starting this week, billboards, social media and television and print media will carry messages urging thousands of motorists to prepare for four years of disruptions in their driving routines.
Scottsdale has inked a new deal to provide parking for the Phoenix Open that could generate millions of dollars for the city after years of little direct compensation from the wildly popular golf tournament.
A proposal by some Scottsdale City Council members to temporarily shut down some downtown streets to make way for street fairs and other pedestrian-friendly activities has drawn a mixed response from their colleagues as well as downtown business owners.
Chandler Police have issued more than 700 citations for violators of the state’s 6-month-old distracted driving laws – more than other East Valley agencies and not far behind the 984 citations written by Phoenix officer up through June 26.
Scottsdale City Council approved sizable pay bumps for most of the city’s charter officers in the new fiscal year – with the City Manager getting a 24 percent raise.
The Republican-dominated Legislature banned mask mandates on all school campuses, effectively ending the long-running debate over whether Scottsdale Unified should require masks next year.
In its first five years of existence, Scottsdale’s Museum of the West has been recognized by the Smithsonian Institution, received accolades in local and national media and attracted the $300-million Museum Square redevelopment slated to be built next door in the next several years.
Paradise Valley and Five Star Development have reached a settlement to end a nasty public battle over the 122-acre Palmeraie development that straddles its border with Scottsdale.
A proposed apartment complex in Scottsdale’s Shea Corridor has generated opposition from neighboring businesses and the city Planning Commission.