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[OP-ED] Scottsdale needs to let go of the past. (Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development.) Planning Commission member Larry Kush highlights why passage of a “no growth referendum” — and a future without Southbridge 2.0 — is no future at all for Old Town. SI. http://bit.ly/378n1HQ

[OP-ED] Why I support Southbridge and doubt the referendum. Community advocate Jason Alexander details his support for Southbridge 2.0, as well as his “reservations about the Southbridge referendum.” SI. http://bit.ly/2sh2GBy

Belfiore:Phoenix housing market ends 2019 with a bang. The Valley’s housing market is making quite a bit of noise as we head into 2020. And real estate consultant Jim Belfiore doesn’t expect it to quiet down anytime soon. RLGR. http://bit.ly/398fNWj

Arizonans of the Year [VIDEO]. Water officials Tom Buschatzke and Ted Cooke are among those named “Arizonans of the Year” by the Chamber show “Request To Speak.” And Nikola Motor Company CEO Trevor Milton gets a shoutout as a candidate in 2020 — for leading a company that could “change the way we do transportation in the entire world.” http://bit.ly/374y98J

New homes proposed on Shea Boulevard in Scottsdale. Blandford Homes has subdivision plans for a 10-acre lot at Shea and 128th. Sunnucks has the info in RLGRhttp://bit.ly/2Qixlq2

PV mansion once owned by Kurt Warner sells for $3.1M. But it’s a different mansion, a “10,634-square-foot home” in “the Upper Canyon of Scottsdale’s Silverleaf at DC Ranch,” that scores top-deal honors in AZCentral’s latest rundown of posh-home purchases. http://bit.ly/2PSJ67B

Wood Partners opens Phoenix property. Multi-Housing News delivers a quick rundown of Alta North Central, the new 229-unit luxury community from Wood Partners located near 7th St. and Maryland. http://bit.ly/2ZnCqBr 

Here’s how the number of Phoenix renters has skyrocketed. “In the past decade, the Phoenix Metro area saw a positive net migration of 42,000 renters.” How many new rental digs went up to accommodate the influx? Get the local lowdown, plus take in the national picture, at AZREhttp://bit.ly/2tGkzKj

10 businesses opening or expanding in the SE Valley. “The area has become a hotbed for innovation and technology as companies capitalize on Arizona’s business-friendly environment, low cost of doing business, skilled workers and quality of life.” AZCentral (Subscriber Content). http://bit.ly/34Uz4ap

Contractor threatens co-op residents’ wallets. The “dust-up” is the latest in an ongoing “problem that has exposed gaps in… legal protections for co-op members and exposed Scottsdale East Homes residents to alleged mistreatment by the board, its management company and contractors.” SP. http://bit.ly/2PRVWmI

Year in Review: Flag development stays steady as city regulations begin to catch up. Zoning changes, affordable housing, senior living facilities, plus the (eventual) 1,000-home Canyon Del Rio development from Capstone Homes were among Flag’s top RE stories in 2019. DS. http://bit.ly/393I3JL

Decade in review: Flag student housing emerges after Great Recession. “The development around Flagstaff focused heavily on student housing during the past decade, leading to multiple projects creating a significant response within the community.” DS. http://bit.ly/35U71Jz

Council hears presentation on ‘biggest investment ever in Parker,’ a large hemp facility. To be built by the Calyxar Group, the $25 million hemp processing facility is estimated to create nearly 100 jobs and produce substantial tax revenue for the town, county and state. ParkerPioneer. http://bit.ly/2SyqSKD

Dealmaker BONUS -After Don Bolles: Mobsters, big money and the forgotten history of Arrowhead Ranch. In the 70s, Republic investigative reporter Don Bolles “suspected the mob was tied to Arrowhead Ranch, one of the most fruitful citrus farms in the state.” Those suspicions “would help fuel his final act as a reporter.” http://bit.ly/2PSN3sT

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As a supplement to the Dealmaker, we thought you might enjoy these articles!

[VIDEO] Here are 10 of the best Christmas commercials of all time. “Whether silly and fun, or heartwarming and serious, here are some of the best holiday commercials of all time.” Deseret News via KTAR. http://bit.ly/35TDobn

How to stay sane in an election year. This article from NYC-based psychologist Avi Klein in Apple News warns plethora election news might be damaging to your health. http://bit.ly/2PWvnwR

Organization seeks ballot proposal to change Arizona’s sentencing laws. “The proposal by the American Friends Service Committee would… allow judges to impose shorter prison terms in cases of ‘nondangerous offenses’ ” A CMS/Howard Fischer report in Daily Starhttp://bit.ly/376X5N4

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