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The Arizona Republic Scottsdale's Hospitality Trolley will hit the streets Dec...The free trolley, which will stop at Scottsdale resorts, restaurants, entertainment venues and shopping centers, will run through Scottsdale's peak events season and end
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale is looking into sponsorships and donations for the city's Chaparral dog park to help run and maintain the popular off-leash area near Hayden Road and McDonald Drive. "We realize for our sustainability in the future we
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale will ask voters next spring to sign off on seven City Charter amendments, a franchise agreement with Southwest Gas Corp. and a 2011 General Plan update. The City Council supported the March 13 special election in a
The metro-Phoenix retail vacancy rate a year ago was 12.3 percent. The third-quarter vacancy rate was 11.1 percent in north Scottsdale and 11.8 percent in the Paradise Valley Mall area of northeast Phoenix...The average asking lease rate was $17.35
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale plans to hire a new presiding judge to replace retiring Judge B...The City Council on Thursday is expected to interview three finalists as recommended by an advisory board. They are John Lamb, a Superior Court judge in
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale's tourism bureau has more money to attract visitors and so far this year more vacationers are filling hotel rooms here. Hotel occupancy is up 4 percent through August from the previous year and revenue per available
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale will pursue an agreement with Motorola Solutions to remove a hazardous chemical from a local well and deliver the treated water to Scottsdale, reducing the city's pumping of groundwater, a non-renewable resource.
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale civic and health-industry officials lauded plans announced this week for a future Mayo Clinic medical school that is expected to bring more physicians and educational opportunities to the city and state.
The Arizona Republic Scottsdale's sales-tax revenue for the most recent fiscal year was up 2 percent from the previous year. It's a modest but welcome gain for city financial leaders, given the 29 percent plunge in tax revenue over the previous three
The property owners of Canadas Vistas Community Association own the acre lot southeast of Pima Road and Paraiso Drive The city and association disagreed on the cost of the land, which the city had appraised at $224,000...In 2010, Scottsdale filed a