SkyThong

SkySong | photo credit Wikipedia If you want to understand more about the problems brought by governmental interference in the free-market land development process, read Peter Corbett’s article that just posted on AZCentral about Steve Ellman and ASU Foundation’s SkySong in South Scottsdale. The Foundation, aka ASUF, is the development group associated with Arizona State University. […]

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Cyclical Conflict

Did you know that Scottsdale is officially recognized as a “Bicycle Friendly Community?” In fact, we were just recognized for it yet again. In spite of that, however, several recent letters to the editor of the Scottsdale Republic have chided cyclists for impeding  motorists: Cyclists, stay in your own lane Re: The “Bicyclists deserve courtesy […]

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Aleing Rail

Light rail is one of those topics that can be like touching the third rail: Bring it up and fireworks will ensue. The Chamber of Commerce and their supporters on the City Council have been pushing for light rail in Scottsdale for years. A connector spur from Tempe was seen as a vital to ASU […]

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