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Scottsdale bond priorities emerge

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By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent

An outline of marching orders for the 58 approved bond projects is beginning to take shape a City Hall as Scottsdale officials define municipal priorities.

During a Feb. 11 study session meeting Scottsdale city staff presented a timeline for the projects to be paid for by voter-approved funds. Last November, residents of Scottsdale approved all three bond questions:

  • Question 1: Parks, recreation and senior services: 14 projects, $112.6 million;
  • Question 2: Community spaces and infrastructure: 20 projects, $112.3 million; and
  • Question 3: Public safety and technology: 24 projects, $94.1 million.

Projects that require immediate attention between now and June 30 — the end of the fiscal year — will come to council for approval individually to allow spending to occur, according to City Engineer Dave Lipinski.


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