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Letter from legal firm will reopen Mattamy discussion in executive session

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An artists’ rendering of proposed single family detatched homes by Mattamy in Surprise Civic Center. /Submitted

Disclosure: Rose Law Group recently began representing Mattamy Homes on their potential development at Surprise City Center

By Richard Smith | YourWestValley

A letter sent to the Surprise City Council from Scottsdale-based Rose Law Group on July 26 states the council, under state law, does not have the ability to require density and product changes through a pre-plat approval, on a site with an already approved Planned Area Development.

That letter spurred more talks on the proposed Mattamy Homes single-family development at Surprise Civic Center. The council will discuss the matter in an executive session during Tuesday night’s meeting, with no formal action planned afterward.

Jordan Rose, founder of Rose Law, who now represents Mattamy stated the executive session can help determine if the council wants to continue a discussion with Mattamy about the development of its downtown.


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