Some residents fear getting boxed in

Some in far north Surprise want less development, more open desert north of Grand

Posted 11/19/20

While residents of newer developments just north of 163rd and Grand avenues lined up on Facebook last month to list their frustrations with the area’s lack of service-oriented businesses, another group living farther north was on the opposite side of the fence.

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