Businesses such as Target, Festival Foods and the proposed Walmart can be open for 24 hours between Nov. 15 and Jan. 1, but will have restricted hours the rest of the year.
Walmart and other businesses could have a chance to stay open for 24 hours, but the Andover City Council will have a say in this on Nov. 7.
The Andover City Council will not let Walmart have a liquor store.
Walmart will have the right to construct a big box store on the former Pov’s Sports Bar site in Andover, but the fate of its liquor store is uncertain.
Just after the stroke of midnight Wednesday (Aug. 15), the Andover Planning Commission wrapped up a four-hour meeting in which it recommended approval of a preliminary plat for Walmart at the former Pov’s Sports Bar site along with an interior liquor store and outdoor storage and seasonal sales.
The Andover Planning and Zoning Commission will give the public a chance to speak at its Tuesday, Aug. 14 meeting about a proposed Walmart at the former Pov’s Sports Bar site.
A potential Walmart development at the former Pov’s Sports Bar site in Andover must be reviewed not only by city staff, but officials with the Anoka County Highway Department and Coon Creek Watershed District as well.
The public hearing regarding the proposed Walmart store in Andover is no longer scheduled for May 8. It will not occur until June or July, an Andover staff member said.
The city of Andover has almost all the information it needs to review a proposal to bring a Walmart to the community.