St. Petersburg Times
Print storySubscribe to the Times


Wal-Mart decision faces another snag

By Times Staff Writer
Published March 9, 2004

BAYONET POINT - A vote on the proposed Wal-Mart Supercenter near Beacon Woods might be delayed - again. The plans were scheduled to come before the county's Development Review Committee on Thursday, but an engineer for Kimley-Horn and Associates has asked the county to push the vote to April 29. That way the consultant will have time to see how Wal-Mart's plans will be affected by the U.S. 19 concurrency ordinance, which comes before the County Commission Wednesday.

[Last modified March 9, 2004, 01:35:32]

Pasco Times headlines

  • Memories of war make a heavy payload
  • County will consider parks where dogs can roam free
  • No one home when house caught fire
  • State Road 54 widening passes another milepost
  • Council to bend rules to help annexation

  • Digest
  • Wal-Mart decision faces another snag

  • Penny For Pasco
  • Penny wins in terms of cash

  • Police reports
  • Two men accused of breaking into homes

  • Preps
  • Athlete's case casts light on pot use
  • Competition gets closer than usual
  • Ridgewood remains the team to beat
  • Villiard signing a Mustangs first
  • Letters to the Editor: Paper's cheap shots will not fool Port Richey
  • Editorial: Penny for Pasco deserves support of voters
  • Back to Top

    © 2006 • All Rights Reserved • Tampa Bay Times
    490 First Avenue South • St. Petersburg, FL 33701 • 727-893-8111