Lawsuit challenges Unger project referendum

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By Wayne Schutsky | Scottsdale Progress

(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Spring Creek Development.)

The Southbridge Two development in downtown Scottsdale will go before voters in November – if the opposition’s referendum petition survives a court challenge filed by the developer on Feb. 5.

Scottsdale City Clerk Carolyn Jagger on Jan. 31 notified the Committee for the Preservation of Old Town Scottsdale political action committee notifying them that the PAC collected enough valid signatures to put Southbridge Two referendum before voters.

Following a state-mandated vetting process, the Clerk projected the PAC collected 14,807 valid signatures – well above the 11,930 signatures needed to put Southbridge Two on the ballot.