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Ellisville May Amend Policy for Residents Displaced by Walmart

The Ellisville City Council will meet Wednesday to discuss changes to the recently-approved relocation policy affecting residents at Clarkchester Apartments, which is expected to be demolished in anticipation of a Walmart Superstore.

The Ellisville City Council will meet Wednesday to discuss changes to the  affecting residents at Clarkchester Apartments, which is expected to be demolished in anticipation of a Walmart Superstore.

At an informal work session Wednesday night, the council is scheduled to talk about possible amendments to the policy, which set forth compensation of up to $1,000 per household to residents of Clarkchester. Additionally, the council is expected to address concerns from residents near Weis Avenue about potential traffic issues related to the pending Walmart.

At the subsequent meeting Wednesday, the Ellisville council is scheduled to address committee recommendations regarding a Ruby's Guns store located at 15909 Manchester Road. If approved, a public hearing regarding the store would be scheduled for June.

A possible drive-through Dunkin' Donuts at 15869 Fountain Plaza Drive also is among the business items scheduled for discussion.

The informal work session is scheduled to begin at 6:15 p.m. Wednesday at . To view the complete agenda for Wednesday night's work session, as provided by the City of Ellisville, click here.

The Ellisville City Council is scheduled to meet at 7 p.m. following the work session. To view the complete agenda for Wednesday night's city council meeting, click here.

CSloan May 16, 2012 at 06:28 PM
It's nice that Mr. Sansone could be troubled to listen. Is he sending a text or playing Words With Friends?
Rockwood 25 May 17, 2012 at 12:56 AM
First reported Clarkchester resident move allowance was $1,000; now UP TO $1,000. That amount doesn't even come close to covering the expenses these residents will incur and it could be LESS?!

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