94 acres including Anglin Dairy may be annexed into Queen Creek

An aerial map of the Madera West / Anglin Dairy / requested annexation area. / Submitted graphic / Queen Creek Independent

 

By Richard H. Dryer | Queen Creek Independent

A Madera West request to annex 94 acres, including the Anglin Dairy at Queen Creek and Signal Butte roads, is making its way through the municipal approval process.

On Wednesday, Sept. 19, a public hearing hosted by Queen Creek Town Council on the application yielded no public comment.

The application is tentatively scheduled to be considered by the planning commission Oct. 10 and Queen Creek Town Council on Nov. 7, according to city officials.

“The Madera West proposed annexation area has been in the town’s planning area since 1991. The planning area identifies areas located outside of the town boundaries that may be located within the town in future years,” Brett Burningham, planning administrator, and Sarah Clark, senior planner, said in a memo to the council.

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