GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - For the first time, the public will get a chance to hear about Wal-Mart's plans for a store in Green Bay's Broadway district.
Wal-Mart officials have scheduled an informational meeting Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Place.
Wal-Mart spokesperson Lisa Nelson tells FOX 11, "Following conversations with community stakeholders, neighbors and local business owners, we have developed a preliminary concept and are excited to share a proposal that addresses the needs of Green Bay's growing downtown population. We think this store can be part of the solution to offer residents access to fresh, affordable groceries and value-priced general merchandise, conveniently located close to where customers live and work.
This open house will provide the community of Green Bay with the opportunity to have an open dialogue about the proposal and conceptual plans, and allow us to answer any further questions residents may have. We welcome the community to share their feedback with us so that we can plan a store that best meets the needs of our customers and has a lasting, positive impact on the community," said Nelson.
No other details about the store is known at this time, other than it would be on the southeast side of Broadway, between Mather and Kellogg streets.