How Scottsdale mayoral candidates would change development process

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By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

The future of development in Scottsdale is a key issue heading into the Nov. 3 mayoral election and candidates Lisa Borowsky and David Ortega have argued the city needs to do a better job incorporating resident feedback into the development process.

While both candidates agree that resident feedback needs to be taken more seriously, they have laid out differing plans for accomplishing that goal.

Borowsky said she will work to implement neighborhood planning committees modeled after the Village Planning Committee concept in Phoenix, which has created 15 distinct “urban villages” a committee made up of local residents appointed by the mayor and city council.

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