Members of the Caledonia Planning Commission Wednesday will address Walmart's request to amend the village's land use plan to make way for a proposed 182,000 square foot supercenter.
The company wants to build at 4-Mile and Green Bay Roads. But, because there are some discrepancies between the village's land use plan and what the county has on file, trustees would have to change some zoning designations to more consistently line up for commercial/retail development.
Plan Commission members will discuss during the meeting how to proceed. Here is how the item reads on the agenda:
Review, discuss and possible action on how to proceed on an application by Walmart Real Estate Business Trust to amend the Village’s 2035 Comprehensive Plan and the Village’s underlying Land Use Plan dated 2006, as amended, including the Douglas Avenue Neighborhood Plan. Walmart seeks to amend the land use designation to a commercial use for one parcel of vacant land at the Southeast corner of Four Mile Road and N. Green Bay Road and one parcel of land located at 2927 Four Mile Road and to address the entire VC-M Village Center encompassing the area surrounding the intersection of Douglas Avenue and Four Mile Road due to differences in the two plans.
The Planning Commission meets at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the Eastside Community Center, 6156 Douglas Avenue. Call (262) 835-4451.