UNION, Ky. – Union residents aren’t seeing the dollar signs that Kroger may be envisioning when it comes to its proposal to transform their residential land into a new Marketplace.
Some members of the Northern Kentucky community have lawyered up and filed an appeal against the city’s decision to allow the superstore to take up residence there — that’s because the land Kroger wants to use is zoned residential.
But while a handful of residents and businesses are appealing the already-approved rezoning for Kroger to start building, not everyone is against the superstore.
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