Critics of Scottsdale’s Southbridge II turn in enough signatures to earn public vote

Planned Southbridge II development. / File photo

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development

By Lorraine Longhi | Arizona Republic

Scottsdale residents working to stop the Southbridge II project near Fifth Avenue in Old Town say they have turned in more than enough signatures to send the project to the ballot in November.

About a dozen volunteers, some using a U-Haul truck, delivered the petitions to the Scottsdale City Clerk’s Office around5 p.m. Friday, about thirty minutes before the deadline.

Critics of Southbridge II mounted the campaign to send the proposed development to voters after the City Council narrowly approved the project in December


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