The city of Blaine has a better understanding of what issues must be reviewed whenever Walmart submits an application to construct a new store on the north side of Ball Road, just east of Lexington Avenue.
For the next 30 days, starting June 24, the city of Blaine will be accepting public comment on a preliminary environmental study that evaluates potential impacts of a Walmart development proposed on the north side of Ball Road in Blaine.
There has been a lot of discussion on how an adjacent neighborhood would be affected by a new Walmart on the north side of Ball Road, east of Lexington Avenue.
Pov’s Sports Bar in Andover will be demolished in the next couple of weeks to make way for a new Walmart.
Ever since it became public knowledge that Walmart wanted to construct a new store in Blaine near the I-35W and Lexington Avenue interchange, residents have raised concerns about how this would impact the neighborhood and adjacent roads.
Walmart took another big step Tuesday night toward opening a new store in Andover.
Community Development Director David Carlberg Dec. 11 gave the Andover Planning and Zoning Commission a brief update on the Walmart development.
Walmart is once again looking at building on an approximately 40-acre site along Ball Road, south of I-35W and east of Lexington Avenue, in Blaine.