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WILLMAR PLANNING COMMISSION

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Nexyst plans to close on a $1.1 million purchase agreement for at least 137 acres in the Willmar Industrial Park to construct an agricultural distribution complex.
Slim Chickens, a restaurant described as something between Chick-fil-A and Raising Canes, is slated to open next year at 1605 First St. S. in Willmar. It will be the third Slim Chickens in Minnesota.
Despite concerns raised by numerous residents, the Willmar Planning Commission at its meeting Wednesday approved the preliminary and final plat for development of an apartment complex on Lakeland Drive Northeast, as well as a conditional use permit.
A public hearing regarding a land sale for a tiny home development and a public hearing for the rezoning of property surrounding the Uptown Willmar mall will take place during the Monday, Aug. 15, meeting of the Willmar City Council.
The national soft goods retail store TJ Maxx will be occupying the vacant OfficeMax building, located at 1901 S. First St. in Willmar.
The Willmar City Council this week adopted the first of many expected amendments to its zoning ordinance in order to make it more clear and concise. The council on Monday also adopted a text amendment regarding the location of brewpubs within the city.

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CNH Industrial has bought the Buhler building and is renovating it to be a receiving and warehouse facility for the company.
Willmar's Planning Commission approved a preliminary plan contingent on being granted a variance for properties at 137 and 223 Benson Ave. SE after a unique situation was discovered — an easement for an underground pipe.
The Willmar Planning Commission on Wednesday took its first look at proposed changes to the lots that make up the Uptown Willmar mall property. The owner of the mall, RockStep Capital, wants to create five separate lots, including one for the old Pizza Hut, which could soon be home to Slim Chickens.

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