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Walmart opposition in Ballston adds new argument

Signs for and against a proposed Wal-Mart store popped on front lawns of homes along Route 50 in Ballston in June.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Signs for and against a proposed Wal-Mart store popped on front lawns of homes along Route 50 in Ballston in June.
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Opponents of a proposed Walmart store in Ballston say the zoning approval that appears to allow the big-box store has expired. It is a new argument from the opposition, which has rallied since the Walmart was proposed at the Rossi Development site off Route 50 south of Ballston Spa in April. The developer says the approval remains good. In a letter sent to town officials Friday, the citizen opposition group Smart Growth Ballston said the ...

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