Scottsdale voters face possible tax requests to fund infrastructure needs

By Angel Mendoza | The Republic

Scottsdale voters may face a tax request to generate $350 million or more for a mix of projects from better roads to improved flood control.

An exact amount and method to raise the money remains up for debate. Most Scottsdale City Council members leaned toward bond requests, which tax property, in early discussions last month. But leaders could combine that with a sales-tax hike and a bump in storm water fees.


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