Keyword: Annexation
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The next proposed annexation into the city of Surprise boundaries does not stick out like a sore thumb. Instead it fits into the city’s northern borders like a missing puzzle … more
Resolutions needed before the city of Apache Junction can annex land to the south including recently auctioned Arizona State Trust Land were approved recently by the City … more
 Following four months of debate, charges and counter charges,  proposals and counter proposals, compromise and intransigence, the Surprise City Council unanimously approved a 10-acre annexation on the doorstep of a Maricopa County neighborhood. more
A revamped proposal for the contentious Enclave at Paloma Creek IV development, which would include a 10-acre annexation into the city of Surprise, should make its way to the City Council agenda June 15. more
Surprise City Council approval of the less disputed Enclave at Paloma Creek annexation May 18 added nearly 5.5 acres to Surprise over the objections of some Maricopa County residents. The annexed … more
Surprise city planners described the proposed 10-acre Enclave at Paloma Creek IV annexation north of the community’s current boundaries as sticking up like a thumb. more
Nearby homeowners on county land and the local Surprise councilman only have an issue with one of two proposed annexations that would add onto the Paloma Creek development in the northwest corner of Surprise. more
Goodyear staff will explore a request to annex 1,250 acres of mostly undeveloped farmland near Queen Creek Road and 187th Avenue that could lead to development of a 4,600-home master-planned community known as Estrella Highlands. more
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