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By Kristine Cannon, Progress Staff Writer
The Scottsdale Unified School District Governing Board has chosen not to include newly-elected members in the process to select finalists for the district’s open superintendent position – against the advice of consultants it hired to help with the search.
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WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif. – Scottsdale fire Capt. Al DiBenedetto and his crew – Blake Miller, Rick Stuve and Jarrett Stephens – traveled to California, working night and day to locate hotspots, which are areas of heat that have the potential to start another fire, and islands of unburned fuel…