Wal-Mart replacing Nob Hill
Original post made by Stacey on Feb 12, 2012
The zoning administrator approved the application as there was nothing to trigger a design review. It's a grocery store replacing a grocery store. The decision can be appealed, yet for the Council to realistically overturn it (to avoid any potential lawsuit), they need someone to step forth with a legitimate reason for why the zoning administrator was wrong to approve the application; to show how the application does trigger a design review.
Any ideas? I'd be concerned if Wal-Mart did operate in a manner inconsistent with the existing Conditions for Approval. What recourse do we have if that ends up being the case?
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