Move afoot to protect huge swaths of Scottsdale land

By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

A controversial effort to preserve large rural land tracts in northern Scottsdale that helped sink the last General Plan update effort has reemerged this year in City Council’s attempts to craft a new plan.

Scottsdale has not received voter approval of a new General Plan – the city’s primary long-term planning document – since 2002.

Voters shot down a proposal at the polls in 2012 and Council axed a second update in 2016, nullifying four years of work by city staff and residents who helped develop the new document.

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