Paradise Valley Councilwoman Julie Pace got the blessing of the local governing board to reinvigorate the Mummy Mountain Preserve Trust — and explore preserving additional acreage on all town hillsides.
During a Thursday, Oct. 12 study session, Paradise Valley Town Council discussed hillside preservation options, with Ms. Pace leading the charge on the efforts.
The study session was held at Town Council, 6401 E. Lincoln Drive.
City of Scottsdale Preserve Director Kroy Ekblaw, presented town council with a brief history of
The Paradise Valley Board of Adjustment Wednesday, April 12 voted unanimously to honor an appeal halting the development process of a home atop Camelback Mountain that has drawn the ire of neighboring residents.
The hearing comes on the heels of the town’s zoning administrator — in this case Community Development Director Eva Cutro — decision to allow the development process to proceed despite pending litigation at Maricopa County Superior Court.
The property is located at 5507 E. San Miguel Ave. and