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CENTERVILLE, Utah (AP) -- Wal-Mart has moved one step closer to construction.
Yesterday, the Centerville Board of Adjustments denied the efforts of a community group to stall construction of the big-box store.
The board said there wasn't enough evidence to remand portions of a conditional-use permit granted to the retailer.
Board members say they still have concerns over construction of the big-box store. But say they will discuss them when Wal-mart submits final site plans to the city.
Once approved, construction can begin.
In the meantime, opponents will decide whether or not they will appeal the board's decision in court.
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