Scottsdale residents should know by April whether or not they will be asked to approve hundreds of millions of dollars in bonds to fund capital needs across the city.
Weeks after the City Council approved redevelopment plans at Papago Plaza, another developer is seeking approval for a major mixed-use development along McDowell Road in Scottsdale.
The City of Scottsdale is just months away from breaking ground on a multi-million-dollar Scottsdale Stadium renovation that will provide upgraded facilities for the San Francisco Giants and fans while also increasing the facility’s earning potential for the city.
Throughout the past year, campaign signs for local and statewide elections crowded nearly every prominent corner and roadway throughout Scottsdale.
Progressive groups from across the Valley converged last week on U.S. Rep. David Schweikert’s office in Scottsdale on the first day of the new Congressional session to present their policy agenda.
Scottsdale resident Katie Cobb has received one of five 2018 fellowships from the Virginia G. Piper Charitable Trust – which makes the awards to “exceptional leaders eager to grow personally and professionally while advancing the mission of the fellows program to produce impactful change.”
Southbridge 2, the proposed development that could transform downtown Scottsdale along the waterfront, crossed its first hurdle last week when it won unanimous approval from the city Design Review Board.
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