by Raquel Hendrickson | InMaricopa
A unanimous vote advanced a fuel station project in Maricopa at Monday’s Planning & Zoning Commission meeting.
Commissioners recommended a development review permit for a proposed Circle K at the southeast corner of Honeycutt and Porter roads. Representing the project, Land Development Consultants principal David Cisiewski estimated a late-winter groundbreaking.
The fuel station and convenience store, which already has a liquor license, occupies part of a parcel that was subdivided. Establishments that sell liquor must be at least 300 feet away from schools and churches. The closest school to the property is Sequoia Pathway Academy, which is outside the 300-foot requirement.