Incorporation efforts halted

Photo courtesy of NRDHIC / By Wiley Hall / The Foothills Focus

Grassroots effort to incorporate New River, Desert Hills into city officially killed by Phoenix’s denial

By Tara Alatorre | The Foothills Focus

The move by citizens to incorporate the areas of New River and Desert Hills in an effort to secure their rural way of life and help mitigate the community’s longtime drought issues, which has seen wells dry up in recent years and has become increasingly reliant on delivery services for potable water, officially died last week.

The City of Phoenix issued a letter to the attorneys of the New River Desert Hills Incorporation Committee (NRDHIC) Political Action Committee (PAC) on May 28, declining to support the proposed incorporation, essentially halting incorporation efforts permanently.


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