Surprise P&Z says no to Paloma Creek rezone

By Richard Smith | Your Valley

Surprise city planners described the proposed 10-acre Enclave at Paloma Creek IV annexation north of the community’s current boundaries as sticking up like a thumb.

To most Maricopa County residents living on one-acre lots just north of this parcel, it represents a different finger.

Several county residents spoke during the April 15 Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, hoping to get the commission to recommend disapproval of a rezoning measure for the Enclave at Paloma Creek IV with a planned-unit development overlay — as well as similar measures for Enclave at Paloma Creek II and Enclave at Paloma Creek III.


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