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Concerns of revenues lost paramount as Paradise Valley legislative agenda forms

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By Terrance Thornton | Scottsdale Independent

Fears of revenues lost, public perceptions of photo radar and what can and cannot be used in municipal rights-of-way appear to dominate Paradise Valley concerns at the Arizona Legislature.

Paradise Valley Town Council received an update Thursday, Nov. 2, on legislative concerns relayed by Director of Administration & Government Affairs Dawn Marie Buckland and translated through the municipality’s hired hand at the Arizona Legislature: Highground Public Affairs Consultants.

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