Nowhere in the Valley is there such an eclectic collection of shops and galleries. It is part of Scottsdale's heritage and tourism draw.
Let's make sure that Old Town Scottsdale continues to represent the best the Southwest has to offer by overturning the 4 to 3 Council vote approving the incompatible Southbridge 2.0, which will destroy the Old Town Area.
THANK YOU to those who came by our headquarters at 7051 E. Fifth Avenue and signed our referendum petition and especially thanks to those who took a petition, went out and got signatures!
Now its time to support candidates for Mayor and City Council in the upcoming 2020 elections that will keep Scottsdale the best the southwest has to offer.
By signing the referendum you have given Scottsdale voters a voice in what our city should look like!
The Mayor and City Council should stop giving away our cache to enrich developers at the expense of residents.
The Voters will now decide how much height, density and traffic congestion we are willing to put up with.
Give Scottsdale Voters a Gift - Sign the Southbridge Referendum. Let the Voters Decide What Our City should Look Like!
Councilman Phillips explains that his reasons for voting against Southbridge 2.0 is his support for Old Town tourism versus the negative effect that Southbridge 2.0 will have on Old Town tourism and its doubling of traffic volume in the area.
Committee Chair Janet Wilson and Committee member Emily Austin featured on CBS Channel Five News.
Committee Chair Janet Wilson speaks about the 150 tenants that will be forced out of Scottsdale by Southbridge 2, only to be cut off by the Apartment Mayor.*
* Mayor Lame is also known as the Apartment Mayor, as he has approved more apartments than all the other previous Scottsdale Mayors combined. In running for mayor in 2008 he promised to do something about traffic. We didn't know he actually planned to make it worse.
Check out this great video
Listen to what former Councilwoman Drake, while on the City Council, told residents about high density development.
At the 2008 election Scottsdale voters disagreed with her and turned her out of office!
THE CURRENT CITY COUNCIL SHOULD KEEP THAT IN MIND, LEAST THEY HEAR FROM THE VOTERS IN 2020!