[COURTESY DOMINIUM] A side street view of the proposed age-restricted apartment community at Truman Ranch Marketplace, on the corner of Waddell Road and Cotton Lane in Surprise.
By Richard Smith | Your Valley
The Voice of Surprise group in opposition of the Dominium Inc. Truman Ranch Marketplace plans to show up in force Aug. 16 when the Surprise City Council decides on the affordable housing development’s Preliminary Development Plan.
Quintus Schulzke, Sierra Montana HOA board member and unofficial group spokesperson, sent an email to Surprise Deputy City Manager Aug. 1 predicting an overflow crowd at the meeting.
As of Aug. 9, a page on voiceofsurprise listing the number of people planning to attend lists 137 RSVPs bringing 255 guests for a total expected crowd of 392.
“I know you have some overflow capacity, but a group of concerned citizens is also plan on making phone calls this week and next to the many who signed petitions on the corner last year–the numbers I have in my possession from those signed petition sheets (which I’ll be scanning and sharing shortly, as well as bringing the originals on Aug. 16) is at least 500 people, so it has the potential to get higher very quickly,” Schulzke wrote in the email.