Scottsdale elected leaders offer 2019 hindsight as new calendar year commences

Suzanne Klapp / Scottsdale Independent

By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent

January marks a new year, a new decade and a defining moment for the City of Scottsdale.

As elected leaders look forward to the new year — and reminisce on the last 12 months — the seven sitting City Council members point out the tasks and challenges that lie ahead.

In 2019, Scottsdale saw the approval of a major bond program for the first time in nearly 20 years; as well as the approval of development projects to carry the city into its next era. Projects ranging from the Scottsdale Stadium to downtown live, work and play campuses spent significant time on the council’s dais.

Building upon the work done this past year, each council member estimates important topics for 2020 including the November election when a new mayor and City Council members will be elected and finding solutions for short-term rentals.


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