Wal-Mart will try again with plans to build a Supercenter on the northwest corner of Sixth and Wakarusa.
Representatives of the company have filed new plans with the city, featuring a smaller store than the one that earned a negative recommendation this fall from the Lawrence-Douglas County Planning Commission. Developers withdrew the proposal before the Lawrence City Commission could have final say on the project.
The new plans call for a store of 151,588 square feet, and a 6,378-square-foot garden center. That's more than 40,000 square feet smaller than the original plans.
Planning commissioners will discuss the new proposal at their Dec. 18 meeting.
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