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Apache Junction leader clarifies construction on Superstition Vistas

--> Sorry, we're having issues playing this video.In the meantime, try watching one of the videos below.APACHE JUNCTION, AZ — Off in the distance, east of the Valley, you can see the iconic mountain range, the Superstitions. This massive plot of land is known as Superstition Vistas, a master-planned community in Apache Junction.Bryant Powell, Apache Junction City Manager, showed ABC15 where Superstition Vistas is being built, just south of Elliot Road, bordered to the west by Meridian Road, to the east by Idaho...

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APACHE JUNCTION, AZ — Off in the distance, east of the Valley, you can see the iconic mountain range, the Superstitions. This massive plot of land is known as Superstition Vistas, a master-planned community in Apache Junction.

Bryant Powell, Apache Junction City Manager, showed ABC15 where Superstition Vistas is being built, just south of Elliot Road, bordered to the west by Meridian Road, to the east by Idaho Road, and then to the south by Ray Road.

About 11,000 homes will eventually be built in the area. So will retail, schools, parks, and public safety facilities.

A big part of the plan is making sure there is enough water to supply the new community.

“We have to have, through Arizona State law, an assured water supply,” said Powell.

Powell says they have secured water for Superstition Vistas, but only for four square miles. “I think one of the biggest misconceptions is that this is the beginning of uncontrolled growth."

The city recently annexed eight square miles, which is in the dark orange, but only four square miles, in the light orange, will be developed for now and it will take 10 years to develop that first portion.

When people talk about Superstition Vistas and see the construction, Powell says they often think all outlined 275 square miles are suddenly being developed.

“So, at that point, you're getting into real concern of long-term water,” said Powell. “We're at the point where we can manage the first four square miles and we will now go out and work on figuring out with our partners at CAP and also the Salt River Project on other water supplies.”

When the first portion of Superstition Vistas is fully developed it will double the city's population. The city estimates over 10 years the population will go from about 38,000 to nearly 70,000.

Officials estimate it'll take another 10 years to develop the other four square miles.

“Where our rules related to groundwater and our rules related to how we can utilize is much more connected to Queen Creek and Mesa, so we have the ability to as long as we have that assured water supply which the state requires, it allows for us to develop a little bit easier,” Powell added.

If the project stays on track, the city expects the first home to be constructed next year.

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Nirvana Center - Apache Junction

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Body cam captures Apache Junction officers rescuing woman trapped in flood waters

APACHE JUNCTION, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Residents in Apache Junction woke up Friday to the aftermath of extensive flooding in the area. The city confirmed at least five people had to be rescued and more swept away in the vehicles. New body camera video released exclusively to Arizona’s Family shows one of those rescues.The woman in the video, Sue Teders, yells to officers that her dog is in that SUV and also needs to be rescued. Teders’ grandson, Connor Smith, said he came to her aid but couldn’t reach her because o...

APACHE JUNCTION, AZ (3TV/CBS 5) - Residents in Apache Junction woke up Friday to the aftermath of extensive flooding in the area. The city confirmed at least five people had to be rescued and more swept away in the vehicles. New body camera video released exclusively to Arizona’s Family shows one of those rescues.

The woman in the video, Sue Teders, yells to officers that her dog is in that SUV and also needs to be rescued. Teders’ grandson, Connor Smith, said he came to her aid but couldn’t reach her because of the floodwaters. He called 911. “I went to where my grandmother was, and she was in the ambulance. She started crying and said that the dog is gone,” Smith said. “But you don’t know that the dog could still be out there. I know she is little, but we got to look.”

Teders said her car got stuck in mud after the rain. Then, she said suddenly, the wash nearby was filled by a flash flood, and the water quickly surrounded her, pushing her car backward. “My dog was still on my lap at this moment, but it started going and going, and I was hitting tree trunks,” Teders said. “And then it starts going faster and then it’s going and turning, and then water was coming up, and when I hit the tree, my dog got off my lap, it scared her I guess, and she jumped. I’m thinking she jumped on my other seat.”

Teders said she called 911 and tried to explain her situation to dispatchers. Eventually, they found her up against a guardrail. “He broke my back window, and at that point, I said, you know I have a dog, you need to get my dog, get my dog, just come get my dog. Then they broke the side window and said, ‘you need to get out now!’ I said but my dog, ‘you need to get out now; it’s coming hard and fast,’” Teders recalled. “They didn’t want me to even look for the dog because of what was happening outside. I didn’t know what was happening outside, but they did.”

Rescuers pulled Teders out of her back passenger window. But, unfortunately, they couldn’t find her puppy, Claire. “I decided, hey, I need to be happy, my turn — I’m going to go get a dog. And so that’s what she was to me, that’s why it broke my heart,” Teders said. “It was my turn to be her support, to get her out. And I couldn’t. So the guilt of that, first of all for taking her with me, which I very seldomly did, taking her with me and having that happen, I was telling my granddaughter, how do you get over that?”

Smith said his grandmother was physically okay and that, for now, they are still searching for Claire. Smith said Claire was 11 weeks old. Teders granddaughter posted about the ordeal on social media, urging the community to participate in the search.

Allison Vanario said she saw the post and came out to help. She spent hours walking in and around the wash, looking for any sign of Claire. “I was sitting on my bum on social media like a lot of us do in our spare time, and I thought it’s awful and I live close by. If it were my fur babies, I would hope some stranger sitting on their bum would get up and look. It was nice enough out that I figured I wouldn’t die doing it,” Vanario said.

Teders, her family, and total strangers have tried searching for Claire since the floodwaters dried up. So far, there have been no signs of her. While she is grieving the loss of her beloved pet, she is still grateful to the rescuers. “Thank you. I mean, my goodness. They were there as quickly as they could go and I know they had other rescues to deal with,” Teders said. “Without them where would I have been? So thank you.”

Multiple rescues were done on Thursday night as people were caught up in the rushing water. In addition, the city sent crews out in the morning to clear roadways of dirt and debris. The areas hit the hardest were near Tomahawk Road and Junction Street area. One person was also rescued in their home after floodwaters trapped them inside.

Apache Junction city officials say that most streets closed overnight into the early morning hours on Friday are now reopening. However, they are still advising those passing through the region to use as much caution as possible as there is still a lot of debris along roadways.

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Salvation Army activates heat-relief stations during Excessive Heat Warnings

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PHOENIX — The Salvation Army is opening nearly a dozen heat relief stations due to an Excessive Heat Warning in the Valley.

On Thursday and Friday temperatures are expected to hit around 115 across the Valley.

EXCESSIVE HEAT WARNING Take action to stay safe in these potentially dangerous temperatures.Don't leave kids or pets in the car for any length of time. #abc15 #abc15wx #azwx #az #wx #arizona #weather #phoenix #azheat #heatwave #heat pic.twitter.com/6OTv3XMl1L

— Amber Sullins (@AmberSullins) July 20, 2022

Because of this, the Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services is activating 11 heat relief stations where anyone in need can go cool off and hydrate.

Salvation Army locations are always open for people to cool off during business hours, but during an Excessive Heat Warning, the organization considers it a disaster situation and “activates” its heat relief stations to heighten awareness.

During these times Salvation Army crews also deliver water to those in need.

The following heat relief stations will be open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 21-22:

Apache Junction – Apache Junction Corps Community Center, 605 E. Broadway Ave.Avondale – Estrella Mountain Corps Community Center, 11 N. Third Ave.Chandler – Chandler Corps Community Center, 85 E. Saragosa St.Glendale – Glendale Corps Community Center, 6010 W. Northern Ave.Mesa – Mesa Corps Community Center, 241 E. Sixth St.Phoenix -Phoenix Citadel Corps Community Center, 628 N. Third Ave.Phoenix Maryvale Corps Community Center, 4318 W. Clarendon Ave.Ray & Joan Kroc Center Phoenix, 1375 E. Broadway RoadPhoenix Family Services Office, 2707 E. Van Buren St., Bldg. 2Surprise – North West Valley Corps Community Center, 17420 N. Avenue of the Arts Blvd.Tempe – Tempe Corps Community Center, 40 E. University Drive

The Salvation Army is able to serve those in need with the help of donations. To learn more about how you can help, click here.

In 2021, Arizona hospitals saw 2,873 heat-related emergency room visits and a record 552 deaths, according to officials.

Heat cramps, which can consist of muscle spasms or cramps can be an early sign of heat illness. If you begin experiencing these, it’s important that you get to a cooler place and start hydrating. The National Weather Service recommends drinking ½ a glass of water every 15 minutes.

Heavy sweating, a headache, an upset stomach or vomiting, and dizziness could be a sign of heat exhaustion. Your skin may also feel cool or moist and look pale or flushed. If you begin experiencing these symptoms you’ll want to immediately get to a cooler location and start hydrating. Watch your symptoms and if they worsen, you should call for help immediately.

Heatstroke can be deadly. If you’re feeling hot, dizzy, or confused, or if you have a rapid pulse and shallow breathing, you could be experiencing heatstroke. It’s time to call 9-1-1.

The National Weather Service advises that you immerse yourself in a cold bath or wrap a wet sheet around your body and turn on the air conditioning or a fan. They say if you’re helping someone who is experiencing heatstroke and they’re refusing to drink water or throwing up, don’t give them anything to eat or drink.

Litchfield seeks to amend zoning for planned downtown core

Litchfield Park city staff are recommending a few changes to the zoning code for its planned Litchfield Square development which is still in its early construction phase.Striking hookah bars from its definition of smoke lounge was among the changes discussed at an Aug. 9 planning and zoning meeting.Currently, hookah bars, alongside cigar lounges and tobacco bars, are included in the city center zoning code for smoke lounges, but that could soon change.Part of the reason is the “club-like atmosphere” and late-...

Litchfield Park city staff are recommending a few changes to the zoning code for its planned Litchfield Square development which is still in its early construction phase.

Striking hookah bars from its definition of smoke lounge was among the changes discussed at an Aug. 9 planning and zoning meeting.

Currently, hookah bars, alongside cigar lounges and tobacco bars, are included in the city center zoning code for smoke lounges, but that could soon change.

Part of the reason is the “club-like atmosphere” and late-night hours of some hookah establishments.

“Most cigar bars have earlier hours, many are open right now during the day and close earlier,” City Manager Matthew Williams said in an email.

“Hookah bars tend to open [in the] early evening around 6 p.m. or 7 p.m. and develop a club-like atmosphere and stay open later,” he said.

City staff is also recommending the text amendment specifically exclude CBD and vape shops, uses that were never explicitly part of the code to begin with. Staff also want to clarify that recreational and medical marijuana dispensaries are not defined under smoke lounge zoning code, and are regulated separately.

The zoning code for Litchfield Square was first adopted in 2019, but staff said now that the first lots have been sold off and are making their way through the approval process, potential conflicts have become more clear.

In response, the city is proposing to amend or delete certain “sensitive” land uses from the zoning code, such as churches and schools, which come with greater restrictions. A bar, for example, cannot exist within 300 feet of a church, according to the zoning code.

“We developed the district in 2019 and now that Litchfield Square is really being planned out…we’re looking at some potential conflicts in the district because of required separation of land uses,” said city planning consultant Jason Sanks at the Aug. 9 meeting.

A workaround that would relax the required separation of land uses would be to designate Litchifled Square as an “entertainment district,” a potential solution floated by staff at the Aug. 9 meeting.

“If we do that, we don't have to worry about deleting or modifying schools or churches from the city center because an entertainment district relaxes the rules on separating bars from churches,” Sanks said.

He pointed out that other Valley cities like Phoenix and Glendale have entertainment districts of their own.

The city is in the process of seeking resident input on potential zoning changes. City council will have the final word on the zoning code ultimately implemented at Litchfield Square.

Any changes made to the city center zoning code would not impact land uses outside Litchfield Square.

Madeline Ackley Salazar can be reached at mackley@iniusa.org or found on Twitter @Mkayackley.

Madeline Ackley is a Phoenix-area native who joined Independent Newsmedia in July 2021 as a reporter for the Goodyear-Litchfield Park Independent. She is passionate about delivering hyperlocal coverage of issues that matter to her community.

She has previously covered immigration, policing, homelessness, veteran’s issues and breaking news and her byline has appeared in The Arizona Mirror, The Arizona Republic, The Phoenix Business Journal and Cronkite News.

Madeline is passionate about animal welfare and the environment. She loves to cook, travel and spend time with her family.

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