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WHO WE ARE

Click HERE for a brief history of the Coalition of Greater Scottsdale.

We are an all-volunteer, not-for-profit, 501(c)(3) organization. No directors or members receive any compensation for their participation. 

Here are the Board of Directors. Click on the director's name for a short biography of that director, or click on the icon to send an email to that director.

Sonnie Kirtley, Chair: -

Jim Davis, Treasurer -

Cookie Morganstern -

Stanley Morganstern -

Howard Myers -

Joanne "Copper" Phillips -

Chris Schaffner, Vice Chair -

Nick Thomas -

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A Brief History of the Coalition of Greater Scottsdale

 

In 2006, more than 80 active citizens, business owners, and merchants met on the second floor of Chaparral Suites, hosted by the Suites' owner, Tom Silverman. The driving force was the need to have the voices of the residents and business owners heard at City Council and to promote appropriate decisions. The then-current Council was rapidly changing this residential/tourist city into one of greater density and increased height - destroying residents' vision and impacting the quality of life for nearby neighborhoods.

 

The diverse group elected its first Board of Directors: Patty Badenoch, Nancy Cantor, Jim Heather, Sonnie Kirtley, Sharon Oberritter, Paul Reich, Rita Saunders-Hawranek, Bob Vairo, John Washington, and Linda Whitehead. John Washington was selected as the first chair and served until spring of 2008.

 

In 2006-07, bylaws were written and approved. We also selected our mission statement: "Consistent land use policy and preservation of our unique quality of life."

 

The current board represents the entire geographical diversity of Scottsdale, from the northern edge to the southern tip.

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