The company will present revised plans for a new store to the Springfield Planning and Zoning Commission tonight.
The company wants to build the market near the corner of Grand and Campbell -- where a church currently sits.
In December, the planning commission rejected Walmart's first bid because of traffic concerns in the neighborhood.
Walmart is back with an amended plan to install concrete islands on Normal Street, to help control excess traffic. The islands are meant to prevent cars from entering the store's parking lot from Normal.
Read the planning proposal here
Tonight's planning meeting is open to the public. It begins at 6:30 p.m. at Historic City Hall.
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