Cards laid on table ahead of Surprise council meeting on annexation

By Richard Smith | Your Valley

A revamped proposal for the contentious Enclave at Paloma Creek IV development, which would include a 10-acre annexation into the city of Surprise, should make its way to the City Council agenda June 15.

And the clock is ticking. As is its custom, the council will not meet in July, and with the current overflow of demand for homes in Arizona, new homes cannot be built fast enough.

John Wittrock owns Scottsdale-based Marbella Homes and specializes in land development and acquisition. He and Kent Xander own the land for Paloma Creek, including this 10 acres proposed for annexation.

Mr. Wittrock said since the Surprise Planning and Zoning Commission recommendation of disapproval for rezoning of Enclave IV at Paloma Creek on April 15 by a 6-1 vote, he and Mr. Xander have dropped the parcel from 36 to 31 home lots.

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