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Southbridge Two signatures verified, but Scottsdale developer vows court battle

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Southbridge Two is a $574.5 million mixed-use project planned for Fifth Avenue in Scottsdale. However, a referendum petition seeking to overturn the project has been deemed successful by officials. The project may now be on the November ballot if project developers can’t fight the petition in court. / Ariana Grainey / Scottsdale Independent

Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development

Political lines drawn as Old Town referendum drive under legal scrutiny

By Melissa Rosequist | Scottsdale Independent

The referendum petition to ask Scottsdale voters to decide the fate of Southbride Two in the Old Town area has been deemed successful by officials.

On Jan. 31, Scottsdale City Clerk Carolyn Jagger confirmed the sufficiency of petition signatures, including verification and certification by both the clerk’s office and the Maricopa County Recorder.

As a result, the total number of valid signatures on the referendum petition meets the necessary requirement to place the measure on the Nov. 3 general election ballot.


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