Customers stand outside waiting for inspections to end at Dollar Tree. Photo by Michelle Chance

Maricopa’s second discount store held its grand opening and ribbon cutting Thursday morning.

However, Dollar Tree’s newest customers were ushered out of the 10,000-square-foot building soon after doors opened.

City building inspectors and the fire marshal temporarily closed Edison Pointe’s latest retail shop for a little more than an hour to perform final inspections. They did not explain the timing.

Deputy Fire Marshal Eddie Rodriguez with the Maricopa Fire/Medical Department said Dollar Tree received approval by both agencies.

“Everything is OK. They’re opened up again; business is going good as usual,” Rodriguez said.

The store is located at 20595 N. John Wayne Parkway south of Fry’s Marketplace.

3 COMMENTS

  1. I tried to post this before but didn’t appear.

    Would like to know WHY the City of Maricopa Building Inspector and Fire Department didn’t get their inspections done prior to the Grand Opening. It isn’t like they didn’t know the date. Such a shame that they spoiled the Grand Opening. SHAME ON YOU!!

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