Walmart continues to take up the majority of the Ellisville City Council's agenda for its meeting Sept. 5.
On the table are reports from last week's Planning and Zoning Commission meeting, at which positive recommendations were made for the preliminary and final plats of a contested Walmart development. The commission also voted to push through a temporary moratorium, preventing redevelopment for at least the next six months on a lot adjacent to where the Walmart would stand.
Public hearings will be held on both the moratorium and the final plat, preceding a council decision on the legislation.
Also up for vote is Walmart's conditional use permit, on a second reading from its first appearance on last month's agenda.
Approval of this legislation would allow the Sansone Group to move forward with the Walmart plan on Manchester Road, between intersections at Kiefer Creek and Old State Road, across from Ellisville City Hall.
The council meeting will take place Sept. 5 at 7 p.m. at city hall.
Updated: Sept. 5 at 9:41 a.m.