Editor's note: this article was updated at 5:25 with clarification of a comment made by Charles Pavlack, Planning and Zoning Commission member. A previous version incorrectly stated Mr. Pavlack had expressed support for Walmart.
The Walmart issue in Ellisville seemed to have taken a summer hiatus since the .
But Ellisville residents concerned with the expansion will have another opportunity to voice their opinions during a public hearing by the set for 7 p.m., Wednesday, at .
Planning and zoning commission members will discuss Walmart’s application for a “conditional use permit to allow the operation of a retail facility over 50,000 square feet, a structure over 30 feet in height with a drive-through, and the sale of every class of liquors by the package and Sunday sales,” according to the city of Ellisville’s website,
A Planning and Zoning Commission member said in the past that he did not think council members needed to oppose the project only because a portion of the citizens opposed it.
“This is not a democracy. It’s a representative republic. We elect you to guide our city, not to do our bidding,” where the TIFs were approved.
Tell us in our comments section: Will you be attending Wednesday night’s Planning and Zoning meeting? What do you wish to say to Planning and Zoning members about the Walmart development?