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May 2018

Democracy in Scottsdale

This Memorial Day, I invite the supporters of the DDC to join our City’s inspiring Preserve movement and CELEBRATE the tens of thousands of citizens that signed the POP petition, EMBRACE a public vote, and proudly join our effort to DEFEND DEMOCRACY! signed the POP petition, EMBRACE a public vote, and proudly join our effort to DEFEND DEMOCRACY!

Governor Christine Todd Whitman Offers Wisdom and Guidance

Preserving open space isn’t just about nature and quality of life. It is big business and Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve is proof. The Preserve, preserved, is a top reason that visitors return again and again fueling Scottsdale’s lucrative tourism industry. Furthermore, many visitors turn into tax paying, local business supporting snowbirds. New Jersey’s first woman Governor, Christine Todd Whitman, is case in point.  More

Our Gift to the Future

Wide open spaces and wildlife is the most valuable legacy we can leave our children.  Public land should always remain in the public domain and we have to be united against those seeking to profit by privatizing it.  In this photo, Scottsdale’s greenbelt eagle lifts off with breakfast.  Photo courtesy of Scottsdale’s Mark Koster.  Public Lands = Healthy & Happy Constituents both wild & human.

Public Trust

SEEN: Mayor Manross walking door to door collecting Protect Our Preserve signatures! “Public Trust” happens when elected officials REPRESENT their constituents. When private interests get public dollars, Scottsdale loses…..