A Dutch Bros representative said no date has been confirmed for the opening of the store in Maricopa. “We are thinking early July but not 100 percent on the date yet,” Krystal Jackson said.
Native Grill & Wings, 21164 N. John Wayne Parkway, finally reopened June 17 after a January fire caused kitchen damage. It received a commercial alteration permit June 11 to replace ceiling grids and passed a health inspection a day earlier.
Circle K opened its latest convenience store and fueling station at 41433 W. Honeycutt Road on May 24.
La Quinta closed on a purchase of a parcel at Copper Sky. City Manager Rick Horst said groundbreaking for the hotel may take place in August or September.
Continuing its new business construction at 38743 W. Cowtown Road, Sacate Pellet Mill is putting in a 19,520-square-foot warehouse to go with five other buildings prepped for the site.
F.O.R. Maricopa food bank received the OK to modify the electrical plumbing in the old blue barn at 19428 N. John Wayne Parkway. The food bank is also improving the parking lot.
Fairbank’s Contracting and Development received a grading and drainage permit for work on a 5,500-square-foot retail development at 41940 W. Maricopa-Casa Grande Hwy. in Maricopa Power Center/The Wells. Just under 3,000 square feet is ostensibly for a Pacific Dental Services office. The property is owned by Maricopa Covenant Group, which purchased the lot last November.
The site of a proposed AAMCO at 20215 N. John Wayne Parkway received a permit for a hydrant flow test. Across the street, Dutch Bros put up its signs, which were approved in March, and started spreading asphalt ahead of its pending opening at 20168 N. John Wayne Parkway.
DR Horton is establishing a sales office at 36227 W. Picasso St. in Tortosa. LGI Homes received permission to put up model-home signs at 37627 W. La Paz St. in Rancho Mirage. K Hovnanian Homes received a temporary-use permit for a model-home complex at 17819 N. Miller Way in Maricopa Meadows.
Global Water received permission to use the right of way to excavate and install a water line from its yard across Smith-Enke Road to the lake at Province.
Both McDonald’s restaurants, on John Wayne Parkway and on Maricopa-Casa Grande Highway, were granted a sign permit to change out their menu boards.
Legacy Traditional Charter School received permits for a fire sprinkler and fire alarm as part of its expansion at 17760 N. Regent Drive. It is adding 3,760 square feet of classroom space to an existing building in a project valued at $564,000.
Sequoia Pathways Academy, 19265 N. Porter Road, got approval from the City to do some interior demolition to contain a mold problem. The project involved 200 square feet.
Exceptional Pets Maricopa (formerly The Pet Club) at 21145 N. John Wayne Parkway also was allowed to do some demolition courtesy of Williams Construction.
This item appears in the July issue of InMaricopa.