By Jason Stone | Surprise Independent
COVID-19 has slowed or stopped the way of life in many areas, but residents of the Original Town Site are hoping 2020 is remembered as a time for a revitalization.
City Councilman Ken Remley thinks the recent completion of the new Heritage at Surprise complex at Nash and Rimrock streets will be the spark to make that happen.
After a few years from planning to completion, the new affordable housing complex that had a controversial beginning finally has residents.
It’s only fitting, then, that major artwork that adorns the courtyard took six months and a total of about 2,000 hours of work to complete.