Encanterra annexation on hold; challenge filed in Pinal County Superior Court

The Queen Creek Town Council at a recent meeting. The council on Oct. 16 approved the annexation with a 30-day waiting period to be effective on Nov. 19. / Photo Arianna Grainey / Queen Creek Independent

Queen Creek Independent

The annexation of the 755-acres Encanterra — generally south of Combs Road from Gantzel to Kenworthy roads — into the Town of Queen Creek has been delayed due to a challenge filed with Pinal County Superior Court by the Encanterra Residents Against Annexation.

The Queen Creek Town Council on Oct. 16 approved the annexation with a 30-day waiting period to be effective on Nov. 19.

“The effective date of the annexation is being delayed until a decision is rendered by the court,” according to the Town of Queen Creek’s website.

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