After debate, downtown Surprise plat passes unanimously

Land is pictured along Civic Center Drive near Bell Road Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016 in Surprise. /Independent Newsmedia/ Jacob Stanek
Land is pictured along Civic Center Drive near Bell Road Wednesday, Dec. 21, 2016 in Surprise. /Independent Newsmedia/ Jacob Stanek

Richard Smith | Independent Newsmedia

It was not without consternation, particularly from Mayor Sharon Wolcott, but the Surprise City Council unanimously approved the final plat for Thompson Thrift at Surprise Center development Tuesday night.

The primary concerns were not with the two-acre portion to be developed by Thompson Thrift, rather with other parts of the entire eight-acre plat. The entire plat, the rest of which remains under control of the Surprise Center Development Corporation, was up for approval at the meeting.

Mayor Wolcott said Tuesday was the last chance for the council to weigh in on the makeup area south of Bell Road and west of Civic Center Drive — across the street from Dignity Health — before it is completely in the hands of developers.

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