Current and past Tempe City Councils think they should turn Tempe into Copenhagen. It is too late. But that doesn’t matter, there is federal money dangling like a carrot and Tempe is bound to get its hands on it and make fundamental changes to our comfortable, established neighborhoods. Country Club Way is a quiet street […]
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A reader sent us this email with some observations about a recent phone call to the City of Tempe. Obviously the young average age in Tempe is due to Arizona State University. Many residents in south Tempe complain because they work hard and pay taxes yet feel under-represented at the City. There may be something to […]
Tempe City Council has postponed their study session/public comment meeting regarding the McClintock bike lanes. It has been moved from June 29, 2017 until September 7, 2017. It will be held at City Hall at 4PM. Yay, it will be cooler by then. See you there!
Enough said, here we go again. It will be interesting to see how this meeting transpires, whether citizens will actually get an opportunity for public comment, and whether Tempe Council really gives a darn or if this is another part of their charade. We know some citizens are throwing in the towel knowing Council has […]
Thanks to a Tempe taxpayer who reads our website and wrote to us with some observations made while taking a bike ride on a Friday. Our cyclist took pictures of Country Club Way, north of Baseline. This is a quiet artery in a neighborhood with only homes, a park, and a closed school. The […]
Several years ago, Tempe voters we misled and voted for the 2040 General Plan. While the plan looks nice on paper, it is actually the result of Agenda 21, a project of the United Nations. That means the UN is making decisions for our country and cities when we agree to projects like this. One […]