Let’s hope Davey wins in this case. Residents are opposed to zoning changes for a Wal-Mart supercenter to be built in a building it currently owns due to the change in the neighborhood such a center would create. It won’t stop Wal-Mart from operating a store there, but if the zoning change isn’t approved it will put a damper in Wal-Mart’s plans.
I’m glad residents are standing up against the giant. I wish, though, that other things about Wal-Mart would be brought forth in its practices, such as only hiring part time employees to avoid paying benefits and this:
Here is the article from the Deseret News today about the Wal-Mart here: