The city has been looking at plans for a Circle K at Honeycutt and Porter roads.

A future Circle K property received a Design Review Permit Oct. 4. Plans are for a convenience store and seven fuel pumps on the southeast corner of Honeycutt and Porter roads. Developers have been working with the city on appropriate and safe access, as previously reported at

Global Water – Santa Cruz Water Company was granted a commercial building permit Oct. 9 for a raw-water well. The site, 18303 N. Piccolo Drive, is in the Rancho Mirage subdivision on the east side of Maricopa. GWR also has a subdivision final plat amendment pending to combine two lots at the location. GWR purchased the property in May after drilling a pilot well last year to verify the aquifer. The well construction includes mechanical and electrical equipment.

EPS Group, Inc. had a pre-application conference in October on the Sandbox Development in Tortosa South. Sandbox is a Phoenix-based contractor for residential and commercial properties. The property at 18152 N. Toledo Ave. is vacant land.

This item appears in the November issue of InMaricopa.


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