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Special to the Journal-World.
This architect's rendering shows the Wal-Mart site at Sixth Street and Wakarusa Drive.
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Where are the grotesquely obese riding around on their scooters?
It's simple. When the westies want to shop at wally world, they dont want to see the caliber of humanity that is displayed at wal-mart south.
Maybe they had to empty the lot after it became a body farm.
i seriously doubt that those hideous overhead power lines will be there
-- all new development has buried electric lines.
Why do we need this WalMart? Maybe because the property taxes alone will pay a good portion of the empTy buses $1,400,000 expenses. Let's not forget the price pressure to keep the price of everything from goat cheese to golf balls down. Even if you shop elsewhere the prices your preferred merchants can charge you will be reduced!
why? why on earth does this town need Another wal-mart?
worst idea ever.
Looks just like to Wal-Mart in Bonner Springs. I assumed this would be a nicer looking building than the same old stuff. Now the new and improved Wal-Mart's have a few trees in front of them. When the commission approves the plan they should spell out all landscaping down to the last flower, tree and shrub, because Wal-Mart will try to get away with less.
Judging by the lack of cars in the parking lot I perhaps the architect doesn't visualize a lot of people shopping at this Wal-Mart. ;)
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I can't believe you need an architect for that. It's not a matter of taste but a matter of how much input from an architect do you need on Wal-Mart construction????
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