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A mandatory mask mandate issued by Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane in June will remain in place indefinitely pending further review by the mayor’s office.
Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips’ reelection campaign must return $2,525 in donations after a review found it violated campaign finance regulations by passing donations through a PayPal account attached to his private business.
Gov. Doug Ducey won’t intercede or criticize school districts that opt to reopen for in-class instruction even though their communities don’t meet the benchmarks set by his own health director.
A full week after Scottsdale’s Aug. 4 Primary election, residents finally found out which mayoral and City Council candidates will advance to the General Election this fall.
Scottsdale resident Dr. Libby Hart-Wells is one of six candidates running for the Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board.
Gov. Doug Ducey last week defended hard-and-fast limits on some businesses’ reopening while saying it’s OK for schools to send children back to class even if local health conditions do not meet the guidelines set by his own state health director.
The City of Scottsdale’s free trolley service hit the street for the first time in three months this month after being shut down due the coronavirus pandemic.
State health officials have laid out a three-part test for when they say it is safe for schools to reopen, in full or in part.