North Tonawanda lawmakers are being asked to give the last needed approvals for a proposed Walmart when they meet in City Hall tonight.
Following up on last night's action by the city Planning Commission, the Common Council will consider granting easements and rights of way for the proposed project during a meeting scheduled for 6 p.m.
The proposed sale of 1.6 acres of land to Walmart -- including portions of Bluebird Drive, Lyric Avenue and a 30-foot service road -- will also be considered.
The asking price for the land: $81,150.
Other things on the lawmakers' agenda:
-The proposed transfer of the former Engine 2 building and property at Oliver and Sommer streets to the Active Hose Fire Co. No. 2.
-A proposed memorandum of understanding between the city and workers at the Wastewater Treatment plant who are members of the Local 7692 of the Civil Service Employees Association. The city is working on a lease agreement with a private company for the use of a portion of the plant for carbon regeneration. The draft agreement discusses staffing levels.
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