In any case, it's unlikely the council can discuss the issue until Wal-Mart responds to city planners with more information. Sources say that won't happen by Oct. 4, maybe not even before the end of the year.
Councilman Jerry Thorne, who is campaigning for the mayor's post in next year's municipal election, told a meeting of the city's Economic Vitality Committee last week that he would support a "public meeting" to discuss the Wal-Mart plan for Nob Hill, if it ever submits any.
"Not so fast," replied Scott Raty, CEO of the Pleasanton Chamber of Commerce. "The same rules that apply to all businesses should also apply to whoever takes over that store."
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