Republican presidential hopeful Dr. Ben Carson was in Scottsdale on Friday. He addressed conservative state legislators and members of the business community at the American Legislative Exchange Council, known as ALEC.
The outgoing CEO of Valley Metro has reportedly agreed to a separation agreement with the agency. He submitted a letter of resignation Nov. 24 after the release of public records about questionable business expenses. The Valley Metro two Boards of Directors accepted his resignation Thursday.
Friday is the deadline to submit comments to the Arizona Department of Transportation on a master transportation plan that would affect the communities of Sedona, Cottonwood and Camp Verde—among other places.
It was designed as a winter retreat in the early 1930s. Its owners among the wealthy elites, until it was abandoned. Today, the property is among the most unique structures in the area, and it has been restored for the public.