As construction on the new Walmart Super Center in Elbert County continues to progress, the Elbert Board of County Commissioners welcomed the store …
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As construction on the new Walmart Super Center in Elbert County
continues to progress, the Elbert Board of County Commissioners
welcomed the store manager to town.
At the June 24 BOCC meeting Richard Miller from Community and
Development Services introduced Kevin Ray from Walmart to the
commissioners and the public. Ray said he was excited to be in the
county and mentioned the new store will provide 250-300 new
Commissioner Hope Goetz said the board is really happy to have
Walmart on board.
“I am anxious to have people shopping here in the county rather
than in Franktown or Castle Rock,” she said.
“I would like to equally welcome you here,” said Commissioner
Del Schwab. “With the needs to the county this is a huge advantage
for the county.”
Walmart is set to open its doors on Aug. 19.
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