The Frisco City Council approved a plan Tuesday to rezone nearly 28 acres at Farm-to-Market Road 423 and Stonebrook Parkway to make way for a Wal-Mart Supercenter.
The council ultimately approved the zoning change despite a large number of residents who packed the council chambers to voice their opposition.
Wal-Mart representatives said this wouldn't be their ordinary store. They plan to sell higher-end merchandise, build a public park next door and design the store to match the look of the surrounding neighborhoods.
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But it's not enough for the dozens of residents who packed the council room Tuesday, saying they fear the store could mean a possible increase in traffic and crime.
They said they want growth but not something this big so close to home.