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The City of Scottsdale’s plans to improve a section of Main Street that runs through the Arts District downtown have drawn the ire of some local property owners who think that increasing parking in the area should be the city’s number one priority.

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Scottsdale Unified School District’s bond projects are in a holding pattern as the district gathers data to determine where to allocate resources moving forward.

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Following a tumultuous year of uncertainty that led to the ousting of its top brass amid allegations of misuse of bond funds and conflicts of interest, Scottsdale Unified School District finally has its leader for the next school year.

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