GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Some amended plans for a proposed Walmart Supercenter were submitted to the city of Green Bay Monday.
The documents and store renderings are fairly similar to those shown during a public open house last week. It does have some minor cosmetic tweaks to both the front facade and the west side of the building.
It still calls for a 154,000 square foot store in the Broadway District, and includes layouts for the 24-hour Walmart if approved by city leaders.
Walmart officials have previously said it wants to provide affordable goods and services to the people in the community. However, those plans have been met with loud opposition from community members, as well as city leaders and staff.
Green Bay's Plan Commission is meeting June 9 to consider Walmart's request to rezone that Larsen Green property to allow for this big-box development. It again must be approved by both the plan commission and the full city council.