Walmart Permit on Ellisville City Council Agenda Tonight

A conditional use permit for the Walmart development will be approved or denied at the Ellisville City Council meeting Wednesday.

As the months have gone on, opposition has risen against the pending Walmart development in Ellisville. 

During the Aug. 15 Ellisville City Council meeting, a conditional use permit is up for approval to grant the Sansone Group's plans for a Walmart near Clarkson and Kiefer Creek Roads. The language for the bill is as follows:

Bill #3280: An ordinance authorizing the issuance of a conditional use permit to the Sansone Group and Walmart, Inc. to allow the construction and operation of a general merchandise department store over 50,000 square feet with multiple tenant space, a structure over 30 feet in height with a drive-through, and the sale of every class of liquors by the package, including Sunday sales, and approving a site development plan, all as provided herein.

Also on the agenda for Wednesday's meeting:

  • A public hearing on the 2012 property tax rate
  • Bill #3276: An ordinance approving rezoning of 14 Vesper Drive from R-1 Residential Single Family Zoning District to C-3 Commercial Zoning District and approving a lot consolidation plat.
  • Bill #3281: An ordinance establishing the annual tax levy for all property within the City of Ellisville, Missouri, and providing for the extension of said taxes on the books of the collector by the County Clerk and providing for St. Louis County to collect same for the City of Ellisville, St. Louis County, Missouri.

Keep up with Ballwin-Ellisville Patch for the stories on these ordinances and issues.

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