Scottsdale Fraternal Order of Police Endorses Questions 1, 2 & 3 Investments in Public Safety, Senior Centers, Infrastructure Repairs

(SCOTTSDALE) — The Scottsdale Fraternal Order of Police — a leading public safety and law enforcement group representing first responders — has endorsed all three Scottsdale bond questions on the November 2019 ballot. The Scottsdale Fraternal Order of Police is strongly supporting Questions 1, 2 and 3 joining a diverse coalition of supporters including other public safety groups, community and … Read More

Guest Editorial: Scottsdale’s Economic Promise Shows With Tech Firm’s Headquarters Move to SkySong

By Recker McDowell — Technology company Limelight Networks has moved its headquarters from Tempe to Scottsdale. Limelight has moved 220 employees from Mill Avenue to Scottsdale’s ASU SkySong development at McDowell and Scottsdale roads. This is a bit of a reversal of fortunes. Scottsdale has lost jobs, headquarters and companies because it does not have new or available Class A … Read More

Oh, Brother

The introduction of new medical marijuana dispensaries, in any city, can often be a raucous debate. Interestingly, that hasn’t been the case for a proposed “Sunday Goods” one set to replace a tattoo parlor on the east side of the Galleria Corporate Center in downtown Scottsdale. Perhaps that’s because of its upscale design, similar to what the company is doing … Read More

Scottsdale PC Sees Through Scottsdale BS

There’s bad.  And then there is comically bad. The latter arrived before the Scottsdale Planning Commission last night in the form of a “senior living facility” on McDowell Mountain Ranch Road on WestWorld’s eastern border. The application sought to supersize the currently entitled 5 homes on 5 acres into 161 units.  In presenting their case its lobbyist forgot or failed … Read More