Paradise Valley in closed talks surrounding resort revamp

By Terrance Thornton

Independent Newsmedia

(1980) postcard—aerial view Paradise Valley Resort

Mountain Shadows residents filled Paradise Valley Town Hall Thursday, Oct. 4 for a special meeting called by elected leaders to present the community with an update on the pending revamp project.

The Mountain Shadows Golf Resort, at 56th Street and Lincoln Drive, has been vacant since September 2004.

Concerns raised by residents of Mountain Shadows, both east and west, revolve around what may happen to the executive-level golf course while town officials are cognizant of both density levels and building heights.

Paradise Valley Town Council is expected to hold a work session on the proposed development envelope for the revitalization of the Mountain Shadows Golf Resort Thursday, Oct. 11 at Town Hall, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive.

While numerous public meetings have been held, hours of public testimony taken and development tenets debated, Paradise Valley Town Council has been meeting behind closed doors weighing ongoing bankruptcy proceedings and crafting a new development agreement, meeting agendas show.

Bankruptcy proceedings are expect to be finished in the next 30 to 45 days, officials speculate.


Also: Judge partially dismisses Scottsdale developer’s defamation suit/The Arizona Republic



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