Ask the candidate: What will become of Old Town Scottsdale?

A view of a sign signifying Old Town Scottsdale in the heart of the community. Independent Newsmedia/Arianna Grainey

By Melissa Rosequist | Daily Independent

In the third installment of the question-and-answer series provided by Independent Newsmedia, those running for Scottsdale City Council are asked to explain their views of the small but mighty Old Town Scottsdale area.

Leading up to the Aug. 4 primary election, Independent Newsmedia is hosting weekly questions with council and mayoral candidates to offer readers a better understanding of the names on their ballot. A general election could be held if needed, which would be Tuesday, Nov. 3. To be elected at the primary election, a candidate must receive a majority of all of the legal votes cast.

Nine individuals are running for Scottsdale City Council, while five people are vying to win the mayoral election.


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