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The Scottsdale Unified School District officially has its next superintendent after the Governing Board unanimously approved a three-year contract with Dr. Scott Menzel on March 17.

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Southbridge Two developer Carter Unger has dropped plans to appeal a Maricopa County judge’s decision upholding the referendum to put the downtown Scottsdale development before voters.

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The City of Scottsdale is taking the Federal Aviation Administration to court in an effort to reverse 2014 flight path changes which resulted in resident complaints about increased noise and pollution.

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Scottsdale’s independent ethics panel postponed a hearing on a complaint against Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips due to concerns over the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

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Out-of-state customers are accusing a Scottsdale property management firm of downplaying the coronavirus in an attempt to deter short-term rental cancellations.

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Most candidates in the Scottsdale Council and mayoral elections plan to stay in the race despite unprecedented challenges posed by the coronavirus pandemic.

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Since closing schools in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Scottsdale Unified School District leaders, teachers and staff have worked non-stop to continue services for students.

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Following the lead of other districts around the Valley, Scottsdale Unified School District announced schools will not reopen on Monday amidst nationwide concerns about the spread of COVID-19.

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Scottsdale Mayor Jim Lane signed a declaration of emergency on March 18 in response to the coronavirus pandemic, though the measure drew criticism for failing to  go as far as similar measures adopted by other Arizona cities.

Scottsdale Councilman Guy Phillips will appear before the city’s independent ethics panel Monday losing his bid for dismissal of a complaint filed against him in January.

Arizona shoppers could end up having to pay more for eggs as state lawmakers look to protect the state’s major producer from an animal rights initiative drive.

Fueled by additional state dollars, Scottsdale schools are spending a greater percentage of their available dollars this year in the classroom than last year, falling in line with a statewide trend.