Walden's Ridge holds public hearing for proposed grocery store, postponing vote
Resident's of Walden Ridge met Tuesday night to voice their concern and support for proposal for a $15-million-dollar grocery store and a town center.
The Walden Town Board held the hearing for hours while members of the town gave their opinion one by one.
The Town Board was supposed to vote Tuesday night, but has postponed it.
About 2,000 people call Walden home.
The town center used to be a nursery, but would have to be rezoned for the changed.
One major concern for residents is traffic, along with future use of the land.
Some people think the current space is an eye-sore and new businesses would bring more jobs and food options.
Residents currently have to drive miles away for groceries.
The final vote will now take place October 8th.