Their properties exceed design standards for their area, according to Mesa’s Extraordinary Properties Campaign. The property owners received a thank you letter, certificate and an Extraordinary Properties sign to display in yards for three months. A new group of winners is chosen each quarter. Nominations can be made at firstname.lastname@example.org
• Commercial Property: Mow Power, 245 N. Gilbert Road, received recognition for adding signs, painting the building, and building a wall to replace a chain fence.
• Residential Property: Elodia and Manuel Arredondo, West Dana Avenue in Townsend Place subdivision, moved to Mesa to own a home and manage a garden.
• Residential Property: Kathy Adams’ home, North Hibbert in Glenwood Tract subdivision, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is a wood frame house built in 1945.
• Residential Property: Robert Waggener, East Second Avenue in Maywood Tract subdivision, renovated his property after purchasing it in 1993. The house was built in 1930 and was used as a sandwich and taco shop.