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While most major redevelopment talk in Scottsdale has centered on the city’s downtown in recent months, a regional apartment developer has plans for a significant new bike-friendly mixed-use residential project east of downtown along the Indian Bend Wash.

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More evidence is surfacing indicating fictitious names are attached to five of the six arguments against the Scottsdale Unified maintenance and operations budget override that appear in the official voter information pamphlet.

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A key House Republican leader is trying to get Attorney General Mark Brnovich to curb efforts by some Arizona cities and towns to raise the age of smoking and vaping to 21.

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The state is investigating a Gilbert preschool, a corporate sibling to a Scottsdale preschool, after seven toddlers wandered off its campus, where a few were nearly hit by cars.

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Kiva Elementary will be the fifth school in the Scottsdale Unified School District rebuilt or renovated under a bond approved by voters in 2016.

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Scottsdale’s rules governing e-scooters could be in for changes following a city report suggesting not all companies or riders comply with regulations City Council passed last November.

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From nationally recognized high school swimmers and divers to middle schoolers who are relatively new to the sport, Cactus Pool is a hub for swimmers of all ages and skill levels.

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The property manager at the Scottsdale East Homes unsuccessfully accused a resident of harassment in the latest conflict between members and management at the housing co-op.

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Scottsdale voters will begin getting their ballots this week for the city’s upcoming $319-million bond election and Scottsdale Unified School District’s maintenance and operations budget override.

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