Scottsdale’s state-mandated General Plan update process has bounced between the ditches for a couple of years, but today it finally ran off the cliff. Four key members of the General Plan Task Force–all community leaders and longtime resident advocates–resigned en mass. Realtor and former city council member Ned O’Hearn, was joined in the lifeboat by […]
This “Community Voices” column by Scottsdale City Councilwoman Linda Milhaven appeared in today’s Scottsdale Republic. In the course of beating the bond election dead horse, Milhaven doubles down on the pro-bond strategy of attacking her critics. Unfortunately for Milhaven, her mouth is in gear but her brain appears to be in neutral. She says, among […]
Summer Break is Over, City Council: BACK TO WORK!
The Scottsdale City Council has a bit of work waiting for it tomorrow night, Monday, August 19. There will be another council meeting Tuesday night, as well. More on that one later. Tomorrow night’s agenda includes several notable items, listed by agenda number: Consent Agenda (all items voted on at one time): 3. Spanish Fly. […]