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• Wal-Mart for Park Vista: Construction on the approximately 182,000 square-foot Wal-Mart Supercenter at Park Vista Boulevard is set to begin this fall, according to Wal-Mart spokeswoman Anne Hatfield, following a change in the Wal-Mart’s economic development agreement with the city. In the original agreement authorized in 2014, Wal-Mart had until June 30, 2016, to build its store and also construct four lanes of Park Vista Boulevard between Ray White Road and Keller Hicks Road. But due to delays the city faced in acquiring the right-of-way needed for the road project, the construction on the Wal-Mart store was delayed as well, according to a city staff report. Thus Wal-Mart is requesting an extension to its completion deadline to correlate with the road project. Hatfield said construction on the Wal-Mart store and Park Vista Boulevard improvements is expected start and finish at the same time, with the store opening in spring 2018. – Samantha Calimbahin

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