Bentonville Fuel Station Plans Placed On Hold

Posted: April 2, 2014 at 5 a.m.

The brakes have been put on Walmart's plans for building a fueling station next to the Neighborhood Market going up in Centerton.

At A Glance

Council Action

Bentonville’s Planning Commission met Tuesday and approved:

• A lot split at 207 Southeast B Street

• A permit for a private child care and early education center on Northwest Walton Boulevard

• A permit for a residential child care at 8 Jordan Lane

• Rezoning 2309 S.E. Moberly Lane from neighborhood commercial to general commercial

• A property line adjustment at 508 S.E. C St.

Source: Staff report

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