Bonds: What You Actually Approved

By my rough math, we had about 22% turnout for Scottsdale’s bond/tax election yesterday, November 3, 2015. Sad, especially considering that a little more than 10% of Scottsdale’s registered voters (16,000) were able to raise property taxes for all 146,000 voters. Or said another way, just by staying home, 114,000 voters agreed to have their […]

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More Cultural Pandering

I received an anonymous letter today that reads: What’s up at the Scottsdale Cultural Council? Noises from the community are echoing similar concerns heard before the last CEO left. New CEO plans include dissolving the division advisory boards, demoting division VPs, and remodeling current offices to include his own plush quarters with windows overlooking the […]

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