PV hillside code update tabled on heels of complaint

By Josh Martinez | Paradise Valley Independent

Paradise Valley town leaders will continue discussion on a minor update to its Town Code after a resident alleges conflict of interest with those involved.

The Town Council was poised to vote at its April 23 meeting on an ordinance that would’ve taken the contents of the Hillside Safety Improvement Measure and Process manual and placed them in the Town Code. The ordinance would’ve also allowed the town engineer to set the amount of required insurance and the requirement of insurance on demolition projects.

Paradise Valley resident Terry Scali commented during the meeting, accusing Vice Mayor Julie Pace and councilmember Scott Moore, both of whom worked to craft the ordinance, of conflicts of interests since both live on hillside properties.

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