Construction is underway on an affordable housing complex funded in part by a state low-income housing tax credit and lauded by state and local officials who gathered at the building site Friday.
After the city of Glendale passed two ordinances banning panhandling in October, city officials said they expected a legal challenge. And now it seems they just might get one.
A new legislative committee is planning to tackle the affordable housing crisis, saying zoning laws and community pushback are major barriers to building residences that meet local needs.
The City of Glendale, the home of the Arizona Coyotes, is not what ails the team, according to former mayor Elaine Scruggs.