I am happy to announce our Phoenix City Council has selected Ed Zuercher as the permanent City Manager. Mr. Zuercher has served as Acting City Manager since October 17, 2013 when former city manager David Cavazos’ retirement became effective. I am very pleased with the council’s decision and I am looking forward to the opportunity […]
By Kimberleigh Holsclaw Cronkite News PHOENIX – With the Southwest gripped by years of drought and the nation’s sixth-largest city projected to keep growing, the vice mayor is calling for a review of the Phoenix’s long-term plan for providing water. “As economic growth starts picking back up, these companies and businesses we are trying to […]
Phoenix Vice Mayor Bill Gates said the 21st century has been the Southwest’s driest over the past 400 years, and there’s no immediate end in sight. But despite the region’s dry spell, Gates said he wants to make sure Phoenix has enough water to meet the city’s population growth.
On Monday, I joined Mayor Stanton, Councilmembers Nowakowski and DiCiccio and all five members of the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors for the opening of the first county service counter at Phoenix City Hall. The counter will house the Department of Environmental Services and Air Quality on the second floor of Phoenix City Hall, creating […]