I ran my first successful campaign in Scottsdale in 1994. Two years later I consulted on the campaign that elected the city’s first female mayor, Sam Campana.
Is this proposed development an April's Fools joke? I believe thousands of us hope so. Or is it an "in your face" proposal from the Scottsdale Condo Czar family-the Hoveys, who now seem to be more powerful than Drew, Mark, and Bennett (DMB)? Perhaps it is their answer to the Hampton Group'…
It wasn’t long ago that Scottsdale was chosen by General Colin Powell’s America’s Promise Alliance as one of the 100 Best Communities for Young People. We have created a world renowned city. Folks from all over the globe visit Scottsdale because it is safe, clean and beautiful in so many respects.
Amnesty won’t heal
A billion dollars is a lot of money even for Salt River Project. And keep in mind SRP’s money is really our money – money from payments you and I make to SRP on our monthly electric bills.
Kavanagh bullied SUSD board, insulted teachers
I am proud of Scottsdale’s General Plan 2035. On June 8 my council colleagues and I will be asked to formally adopt this document that begins:
I have great respect for the Scottsdale Progress and its role in this community. However, its recent article about an ongoing lawsuit against the City of Scottsdale, most recently joined by the Goldwater Institute, is incorrect and quite frankly unfair to one particular nonprofit organizatio…
Emerging from a pandemic has not brought the immediate relief that I envisioned. Perhaps, like you, I have been cautious with my hopes – unsurprising given the ups and downs of the last year.
For the second time in history, the Scottsdale City Council has, to the detriment of their own reputation, fired an appointed city commissioner.
City Council member Kathy Littlefield recently sent a disturbing email to our City Manager, calling for a moratorium on new downtown projects. Littlefield misses the mark. Badly. Her solution is wrong, and her management is heavy-handed.
Success in Scottsdale is citizen-driven, which got us here today and will guide us into the future.
Opening a new restaurant under normal circumstances can be a challenge. And in this age of COVID, it may seem insurmountable.
“They’re uncomfortable to wear.” “There’s no real evidence they work.” “The government has no right to make me wear one.”
I often times find myself on the opposite side of significant zoning changes, but I am supporting the Scottsdale Collection.
My weekends used to consist of seeing my mom – taking her shopping, out to eat, sometimes just spending time with her in her room.
No matter how successful a veteran’s military career is, transitioning to civilian life is challenging.
My Thanksgiving is canceled this year. I am weary of this darned virus, and I’m sure I’m not alone.
The results of Tuesday’s election should serve as both a wake-up call to Republicans and serve as a referendum on the direction the party has taken over the last several years.