Walmart backs out of Commerce Crossing plan
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One Kaukauna official says he's disappointed that Walmart pulled out of a deal to build a new store in Commerce Crossing at the site of the former Greyhound Dog Park on I-41 and Hwy. 55.

Alderman Tom Mc Ginnis says the city is still $100,000 richer because the company put up that money as a retention fee to hold the land. 

Mc Ginnis says there are a number of things that may or may not happen now.

The city council will take up the issue again on Tuesday.

 

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  1. WilmaM posted on 07/18/2017 06:52 AM
    Walmart should review this decision. It could be a difference making thing if they never backed up. It could make a lot of life easier if it happened. In future they should avoid this kind of decisions and take dissertation help from some experts.
  2. WilmaM posted on 07/18/2017 06:56 AM
    Walmart should review this decision. It could be a difference making thing if they never backed up. It could make a lot of life easier if it happened. In future they should avoid this kind of decisions and take dissertation help from some experts.
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