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Nearly a year after plans for a Wal-Mart Neighborhood Market store generated an uproar in the East Lakeview neighborhood, those plans are officially set to go ahead.
The organizer of the Facebook group dedicated to stopping a planned Wal-Mart store in East Lakeview took the group offline over the weekend, saying continuing the fight now is a “waste of time.”
A community group on Monday evening voted overwhelmingly against a plan by Wal-Mart to move into the East Lakeview neighborhood.
Members of a community group are set to take a vote this evening on whether they support a proposed Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood.
Residents of the East Lakeview neighborhood are not backing down in their efforts to stop a Wal-Mart store from moving in.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) says he wants to see some revisions to the plan for a Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, while community activists still hope to keep the store out altogether.
Wal-Mart proposes building a downsized store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, but residents gave the retailer a not-so-warm welcome Monday night at a public meeting.
As activists clamor for a Wal-Mart store in the Little Village neighborhood, Wal-Mart is instead moving ahead with plans for a new store in East Lakeview despite heated opposition.
The Lakeview East Chamber of Commerce met last week with Wal-Mart representatives to discuss a controversial possible new store in the neighborhood.
Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) and representatives of a real estate group said last night that they have met with Wal-Mart about a possible new store in East Lakeview.
Ald. Tom Tunney tells opponents the retail giant told him it’s looking around Chicago, but hasn’t moved on rumored Broadway site.
The controversy over a proposed Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood has now made init to the aldermanic campaign for the area.
Controversy has already erupted about plans for a Wal-Mart store in the East Lakeview neighborhood, within 24 hours of reports of the planned store.