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General/Special Election (canvassed 11/26/18) three Councilmembers elected (Kathy Littlefield and Linda Milhaven re-elected and Solange Whitehead elected; sworn into office on 01/08/19).
Ballot question to increase the transaction privilege and use taxes by 0.10 percent (0.10%) for a period of ten (10) years to provide funds for transportation improvement projects was approved; amendment to the Scottsdale City Charter proposed by initiative petition to amend the city charter to prohibit the alteration of the natural state of preserve lands and limit the use of preserve funds for any purpose other than those specifically outlined in the proposed amendment unless authorized by Scottsdale registered voters at a general or special election was approved.
General/Special Election (canvassed 11/28/16) three Councilmembers elected (Suzanne Klapp, Virginia Korte, and Guy Phillips re-elected; sworn into office 01/17/2017).
One Charter amendment to clarify that the city's primary and general elections are held concurrently with the state's primary and general elections and set the commencement date of the terms of the mayor and each member of the council to the first regular meeting of the Council in January of the year following their election was approved.
Charles Christakis - Chairman, Daniel Weisberger - Vice-Chairman, Robert D. Gruntz - Secretary, Donald H. Collar, John Cummings, Harry
Hyder, John A. LaSota, John H. Matthews, Sam R. Russell, Thomas A. Sams, Jr.,
Councilmember Willmoth resigned; Councilmember Brown appointed.
Mayor White reported he had investigated the cost of installing automatic stop-and-go traffic lights. Estimate: approximately $800.00.
Mayor White reported after checking Scottsdale Road for parking, he felt that only parallel parking should be allowed in front of First National Bank, Lutes Scottsdale Pharmacy, Walker's Barber Shop Building and no parking in front of Brown Derby and Scottsdale Feed And Seed Store.