Holiday Safety

A friend just forwarded a note from her PD neighborhood action officer that has some good tips on holiday safety and security. Starting at your home, there have been an increase in residential burglaries lately. We’ve seen a spate of them in our neighborhood. They seem to follow a pattern of backyard/backdoor entry. If you […]

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Cultural Council Update

The Cultural Council Board of Trustees had their monthly meeting this afternoon at 4. Obviously, there are storm clouds brewing over CEO Banchs’ abusive behavior toward ‘his’ Public Art division. Sonja Haller’s article last week, her follow-up this week, and Michelle’s mini-post today should all clearly illustrate that for you. I wasn’t able to attend […]

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Noisy Neighbors: Take Two

In one of our first articles on ScottsdaleTrails I gave you a little background on the dust-up between the bars in downtown Scottsdale’s growing ‘entertainment district’ (centered south of 75th Street and Camelback) and long-time residents north and east of Camelback and Miller. Robert Leger, Scottsdale Republic opinion page editor and nemesis of the neighbors, […]

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