Eyeing Queen Creek, San Tan neighborhood wants out of incorporation effort

This map shows the proposed boundaries for an effort to incorporate San Tan Valley. The Ironwood Crossing neighborhood is outlined in blue.

By Jake Kincaid | Casa Grande Dispatch

When Vote San Tan Valley released its proposed incorporation map boundaries, Ironwood Crossing resident Nancie Naylor wasn’t surprised that her neighborhood was included.

She knew this was coming, but she wanted no part of an incorporated San Tan Valley, and she knew most of her neighbors didn’t either. They had other plans, and were not happy that they had not been asked if they wanted to be included in the map.

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