A ribbon-cutting ceremony will take place March 18 at East Valley Cardiology, 20924 N. John Wayne Parkway, Suite D4-B (next to Dickey’s BBQ). The event commences at 9 a.m. with networking and refreshments, followed by the ceremony at approximately 9:15 a.m.

Native Grill & Wings remains closed while restoration work continues after a January fire. It is expected to re-open in April. Gift certificates of $5 and $10 that expired in February will be honored for 30 days after the re-opening.

Maricopa City Manager Rick Horst floated the idea of building a “a starter hospital and associated health services” in Maricopa during a Top Ten Strategic Objectives PowerPoint presentation for city council members during their annual strategic plan retreat Feb. 7. Horst said it was just an idea for council members to consider and to determine if they wish to work toward that goal.

 Walmart is implementing a parking area for online pickup, requiring permits for exterior and interior remodeling for the parking canopy.

Apex Motor Sports applied for a permit to build a commercial shade structure for parked cars at its construction site at 22408 N. Ralston Road.

Red River Cattle Company received a conditional use permit for work at Sacate Pellet Mill, 38743 W. Cowtown Road.

At Signal Healthcare’s new building at 44555 W. Edison Road, Heartland Dental received a permit for interior construction.

A hair-styling salon received a commercial tenant improvement permit for 2,000 square feet of space at a building owned by Pinal County at 41600 W. Smith-Enke Road.

Circle K received a permit to work in the right-of-way during construction on its lot at 41433 W. Honeycutt Road. Lanes were temporarily blocked on Porter Road and Honeycutt.

Maricopa Shell continued improvement by getting a permit for two LED illuminated canopy signs and wall signs valued at $19,300. East Valley Cardiology and Brakes Plus, 44510 W. Edison Road, also received sign permits.


This item appears in the March issue of InMaricopa.

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