“Why are we building a road to help people move farther out?” questioned one resident at a public meeting put on by Trailnet.
“Meteorologists nailed this. The storm came in hot and heavy. We endured four or five hours of heavy snow.”
The $15 million in TIF money will direct some of the store’s property taxes back to developers. Aldermen also approved an additional sales tax.
“It will pull quite a bit of traffic off the local roads so we’ll make those more walkable.”
Shrewsbury Mayor Felicity Buckley believes a silent majority of constituents are with her, and her quest to bring a Walmart to town.
Even though county tax commissioners last night rejected a $15 TIF package for Walmart in Shrewsbury, there’s a good chance the store will be built.
Shrewsbury Police looking for a suspect
New HVAC, energy-efficient retrofits part of upgrade.
Crews will close lanes between Shrewsbury and Southwest avenues.
Heavy rains cause many pains.