Phoenix (October 14, 2010) – - After the Phoenix City Council voted 5-4 last week not to pursue a Superior Court appeal of a Board of Adjustment decision approving a digital billboard along the 101, a Phoenix business owner and City planning commissioner is now seeking to pick up where the City left off.
Phoenix (September 28, 2010) – - As President Obama declares the days of suburban sprawl over, he set aside $100 million dollars for regional integrated planning initiatives to support these new smart growth concepts. But will American cities take kindly to federal intervention to help wean them from dependence on sprawl? Livability Law’s Dustin C. Jones explores what this means for our cities coast-to-coast in this month’s Urban Land magazine.
Phoenix (September 23, 2010) — In an interesting twist of events, one of the two cities bordering a proposed new American Indian casino has now sued the Obama administration. The city of Glendale filed the federal lawsuit Tuesday in U.S. District Court in Phoenix seeking an injunction against the U.S. Department of Interior ruling stating the land could be counted as part of the Tohono O’odham tribes land holdings.