Centerville City Council Approves Wal-Mart Plans

Centerville City Council Approves Wal-Mart Plans

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(KSL News) -- The community put up a fight, but it looks like big- box Wal-Mart is officially headed to Centerville.

In a 3 to 1 vote, the city council approved final development plans for the retail superstore. After years of study and threats of lawsuits, the council granted a permit.

Under the agreement, and if the store is vacant for more than two years, Wal-Mart will tear down the building. The retailer also agreed to pay for some traffic mitigation in the area near 400 West and Parrish Lane.

One opponent still plans to fight the decision in court.

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