, 2023-05-23 14:31:29,
Good morning, neighbors! I’m back in your inbox this morning with your fresh edition of the Scottsdale Patch newsletter. Here are all the most important things to know about what’s happening locally, including…
- House Bill 2441 was vetoed.
- Scottsdale ranked as No. 2 in the country for two different Airbnb stats.
- June Days in Old Town.
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Now, your local weather:We will have another warm day with plenty of sun, a high of 97, and a low of 72.
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Here are the top stories today in Scottsdale:
- You may recall from last Friday’s newsletter that members of the Scottsdale City Council and Mayor David D. Ortega officially requested that Gov. Katie Hobbs veto House Bill 2441. Well, she did! Hobbs vetoed HB 2441, stating that she prefers HB 2561. HB 2561 is awaiting vote and “calls for the creation of a ‘standpipe district’ that would be the middle entity” between Scottsdale and Rio Verde Foothills. (East Valley Tribune)
- Scottsdale ranks as No. 2 in the nation “for cities with the most Airbnb listings” and for having “the most expensive Airbnb rates.” Scottsdale currently has a total of 3,497 active Airbnb listings, and the “average nightly rate for all property types” is $394. Oxnard, California, took the No. 1 spot with an…
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