Good afternoon COGS E News Reader: At 5 pm this afternoon the
Maricopa County Elections Office is reporting that Dennis Robbins
is in the lead over Kathy Littlefield for the 3rd vacant
Scottsdale City Council seat. Additionally, the delay-counted
Early Ballots and provisional ballots have narrowed the 2nd place
David N. Smith lead over the 3rd place candidate. These are still
not the FINAL and official count for the race. (below is copied
from the Maricopa County Elections website)
100% (53 of 53) precincts reporting Vote for 3 EV VOTES TOTAL
VOTES % VOTES
- HILL, CINDY 18716 23202 15.06
- LITTLEFIELD, KATHY 20933 25914 16.82
- MILHAVEN, LINDA* 22808 27454 17.82
- PETERSEN, JENNIFER 20980 25534 16.58
- ROBBINS, DENNIS* 21436 25941 16.84
- SMITH, DAVID N.* 21572 25997 16.88
COGS Political Committee removed 40 intersection signs immediately
after the Nov 4th polls closed. Please e mail us the address of
any remaining 4 X 4 black and yellow signs with the "COGS PC
likes-and thumbs up" on them. We will remove them promptly.
Thanks so much.
CONGRATULATIONS to the Scottsdale Gateway Alliance for an
outstanding Inspiration Home Tour today. Six homes representative
of early builders in southern Scottsdale were graciously opened to
the public by innovative homeowners. Trolleys delivered eager
guests to each home where home interiors celebrated the era. The
use of gray tones sharply contrasted by a full turquoise wall,
open concept rooms, raised interior ceilings, revamped bathrooms
and stunning kitchen makeovers delighted the crowd. Two exterior
front patios expanded the living space to luxurious fire-and-water
features. Hopefully this will become an annual event. Dana Close
and her team are terrific organizers and we thank your volunteer
group for sharing southern Scottsdale.
GREAT ART CELEBRATION WEEK AHEAD FOR DOWNTOWN SCOTTSDALE: See
the complete list at www.experiencescottsdale.com/fall-for-the-arts-in-scottsdale
Today through holiday season: ' Jellies in the Sky, Cacti in
the Water' Take an evening stroll along the Arizona Canal from
Scottsdale Road west to Goldwater Boulevard. Los Angeles artist
Shana Koenig created a large-scale temporary installation of
glowing, color-changing fiber optic sculptures, bringing the ocean
to the sky and desert plant life into the water.
Nov. 13: Thursday Banned Play: 'The Walls' Scottsdale Museum of
Contemporary Art and Arizona State University's Banned Plays
Reading Series presents Griselda Gambaro's "The Walls."
The play's themes of surveillance, torture and disclosure resonate
with SMoCA's exhibition "Covert Operations: Investigating the
Known Unknowns." This exhibition is the first major survey of
a generation of artists working to collect and reveal previously
unreported information. Free, 7 p.m. at SMoCA, 7374 E. Second St.
Reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org, 480-874-4666 or www.smoca.org.
Nov. 13: Thursday Fall for the Arts ArtWalk Take that special
dinner date to the Arts District extending along Main Street west
of Scottsdale Road and on Marshall Way north of Indian School Road
to Fifth Avenue. Original art from more than 50 galleries is
featured with artist demonstrations, music and food. 7-9 p.m.,
Downtown Scottsdale Arts District,
Nov. 13: Thursday 'Glowing Symphonies' Artist Cyndy Carstens
will create a two-hour intuitive oil painting inspired by the
music of award-winning flutist Sherry Finzer. A $25 raffle ticket
could result in taking home the painting. The raffle money
benefits Rosie's House--A Music Academy for Children. 7-9 p.m.,
Carstens Fine Art Studio & Gallery, 7077 Main St., No. 5,
Nov. 13-16 Thursday-Friday-Saturday : Artisan Markets' Fall for
the Arts Art and live music partner on the Marshall Way bridge on
Thursday evening from 5 to 10 and from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday
and Saturday, and 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Artists will be giving
demonstrations, selling their work and drawing in kids for
interactive art projects. www.artisanmarketsaz.com.
Nov. 15: Brad Garrett Garrett, who played Ray Romano's big
brother on television's "Everybody Loves Raymond,"
brings stand-up comedy to the Scottsdale Center for the Performing
Arts. 8 p.m. at the art center, 7380 E. Second St. Tickets are
$39. 480-499-8587, www.scottsdaleperformingarts.org.
THE SCOTTSDALE PEDI-CAB ACCIDENT continues to cost Scottsdale
taxpayers. The City Attorney is reported to be requesting an
additional one-half million dollars to fund the private law firm
hired to defend the city. Details are available at this link http://www.scottsdaleaz.gov/Asset55998.aspx
The city passed an ordinance to regulate Pedi-cabs after this
tragic accident. The resident-based group Association to Preserve
Downtown Scottsdale's Quality of Life had warned the city of the
Pedi-Cab risks on busy streets and had lobbied for regulations
prior to the accident.
SENIOR CENTER CRAFTS FAIR IS NEXT WEEKEND Need crafts for
holiday gifts? The Granite Reef Senior Center will host the annual
Crafts and Art Fair Saturday, Nov 15th 10 am to 4 pm. Original
artwork, children's activities, raffle prizes, food, ceramics,
jewelry, wood & iron work and much more. NW corner of Granite
Reef Road and McDowell Road.
Have a great week.
For the Coalition of Greater
Scottsdale (COGS) Board of Directors,
Sonnie Kirtley, Chair e-mail email@example.com
Coalition of Greater Scottsdale
7904 E. Chaparral Rd., Suite 110, PMB 127
Scottsdale, AZ 85250
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