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To ratify or not to ratify the general plan? That is the question for Scottsdale voters

By Scott Daniels | Your Valley

Scottsdale’s general plan is outdated by 20 years, and on Tuesday, Nov. 2, voters will determine whether to accept the latest attempt at updating the municipal document.

The plan, if approved, would add or update elements of the current 2001 General Plan with community-created areas like character and design as well as tourism. With the vote now in the public’s hands, campaign signs and ads have run throughout the city for or against the proposition. Local social media is even more polarized.

Scottsdale is operating under general plan 2001, because previous attempts to get the plan approved have been unsuccessful. In 2009, the city began its first attempt at updating the plan, but was not approved by voters in the March 2012 election.

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