Oakland passes limits on big box retailers

10/22/2003 | San Diego Union-Tribune

Oakland, Calif., has banned retail outlets with full-service grocery stores that take up more than 100,000 square feet or about 2.5 acres, effectively prohibiting any Wal-Mart Supercenters, which average 187,000 square feet. Wal-Mart plans to open 40 Supercenters in California over the next four years.

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