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Legal battle over NT Walmart continues

A court appearance scheduled for today in the second lawsuit aimed at halting plans to build a new Walmart Supercenter in North Tonawanda has been adjourned until Feb. 24.

The suit, filed in November, has been brought by North Tonawanda First, an anti-Walmart citizens group.

Here's my story from when the newest lawsuit was initially filed.

Click here to read a story about State Supreme Court Justice Ralph A. Boniello's June ruling in the first lawsuit, also brought by NT First.

As a result of the first suit, the city had to again review storm water control plans for the site.

While I was flipping through the TV channels last night, I came across a report CNBC has been re-airing called "The New Age of Walmart."

Segments of the report are available at the CNBC Web site, including segments on labor issues and an interview with Walmart's chief executive officer.

-- Aaron Besecker

--Aaron Besecker


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