Suzanne Klapp Scottsdale Mayor

Parking Available?

From AZCentral An Old Town without art? Gallery owners say parking and development threaten arts district Lorraine Longhi, Arizona Republic Bob Pejman looks across the street from his Old Town Scottsdale art gallery at the businesses that have sprung up in recent years. A real estate office. An escape room. A massage parlor. All have […]

Polynesian Dairy Queen in Scottsdale

From AZCentral Longstanding Polynesian Dairy Queen in Scottsdale dismantled, to be reused in new restaurant Lorraine Longhi, Arizona Republic Jennifer Hibbard bought her first home in south Scottsdale near 68th and Oak streets in 2001. On Friday, she shed tears as crews dismantled the site of the old Polynesian Dairy Queen, a longtime staple of […]

2 councilwomen eyeing mayor’s post

From the Scottsdale Progress An Eye on the Future By Wayne Schutsky, Progress Managing Editor Though the 2020 mayoral election is well over a year away, Scottsdale voters now have a clearer picture as to who will be vying for the title of the city’s top elected official. There is still plenty of time for […]

Scottsdale councilwomen Suzanne Klapp and Virginia Korte set the stage for potential mayoral battle in 2020

From AZCentral Klapp is organizing her committee Lorraine Longhi, Arizona Republic Scottsdale City Council members Suzanne Klapp and Virginia Korte are laying the groundwork for potential runs for mayor in 2020. Klapp filed paperwork on Wednesday to organize her candidate committee, Vote Suzanne Klapp. Klapp and Mayor Jim Lane both come to the end of […]

More Parking Downtown?

From the Scottsdale Progress. City to look into building downtown garage By Wayne Schutsky Progress Managing Editor The city will look into the feasibility of building a new garage downtown that could help alleviate parking problems in the Scottsdale Arts District that gallery owners have complained about for years. After hearing from Legacy Gallery owner […]

Perspectives with Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp

Scottsdale City Councilwoman Suzanne Klapp hosts a conversation about transportation opportunities for seniors in Scottsdale. “Perspectives” are discussion programs arranged and presented by members of the Scottsdale City Council. Opinions expressed on these programs are those of the participants, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions of the Scottsdale City Council or City of Scottsdale.

A Study Concerning the Affects of Texting Motorists

From the Scottsdale Progress Gazette. Scottsdale to study possible texting motorist ban By Wayne Schutsky, Progress Managing Editor A week after a Salt River police officer was struck and killed by a texting driver on the Loop 101, the Scottsdale City Council took steps to consider regulating cellphone use by motorists in the city. Salt […]

Klapp Elected to Valley Metro RPTA

From the Scottsdale Independent. Scottsdale Vice Mayor Klapp elected to lead Valley Metro agency Scottsdale Vice Mayor Suzanne Klapp has been selected as Chair for the Valley Metro RPTA for the fiscal year 2017-18 term, beginning July 1. “A robust and thoughtfully planned regional transit system is a crucial component to a stronger future for […]

The Importance of Small Business

From the Scottsdale Independent. Klapp: small business is important to the city of Scottsdale By Suzanne Klapp Recently, I was honored to speak at the city’s Mayor and Council breakfast to several hundred business people and other residents about how important small business is in Scottsdale. Here are some highlights from that talk: Today I […]

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