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Wal-Mart, Not Just Lowes, Wants To Move To Remington

Wal-Mart, Not Just Lowes, Wants To Move To Remington

According to The Daily Record, Wal-Mart has committed to “25th Street Station”, a development project in the Remington neighborhood of Baltimore at the former Anderson Automotive site.  Rhoda Washington, a Wal-Mart regional senior manager, says that “The site will do so many things, and it’s so consistent with where Baltimore is headed as far as the green movement, and trying to generate jobs…This area has informed us that they want a Walmart.”

Washington statement is curious, because area residents have only reported a Lowes at the proposed site.  No discussions regarding a Wal-Mart have come from community meetings about the development project.  For the full article from The Daily Record, CLICK HERE.

The Baltimore City Councilmember for this district is Belinda Conway.  To send her your thoughts, CLICK HERE for her contact information.

A  petition has been created, No Wal-Mart In Remington, CLICK HERE.
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