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Thursday, February 5th, 2015

In my home state, Ohio, Walmart is the largest private-sector employer. That carries clout with politicians. I don’t know the numbers for Maryland, but if the governor’s actions are any indication, he knows on what side his bread is buttered. It was with deep disappointment that the citizens of Bel Air learned that the Hogan […]

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Friday, November 19th, 2010

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BALTIMORE COMMITTEE YES, COUNCIL NO…?

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

Baltimore is starting to look a whole lot like Chicago in its tussle over whether or not a piece of property in the city’s Remington neighborhood will be anchored by a Walmart. The worries are nearly identical, will the end game also be the same? From The Baltimore Sun: The land use committee voted unanimously […]

WILL REMINGTON GET THE WALMART EFFECT…?

Saturday, August 7th, 2010

The fourth paragraph of WJZ TV’s report on a Walmart headed for Baltimore says it all: The Remington neighborhood could be very different in a year with Wal-Mart coming to town. The error is in assuming that the change will be positive. Kelly McPherson reports: “We’ve never said no to this project, but obviously you […]

URBANITES GET A HEADS UP…

Sunday, July 25th, 2010

Now that the Wall Street engineered recession has workers panicked, Walmart is pushing harder to storm the barricades of urban workers. Washington, D.C. and Baltimore are likely targets, but residents are learning some of the tricks. From The Motown Shank: A few years ago, we were dealing with the prospect of a large development coming […]

NOT NEARLY SKEPTICAL ENOUGH…

Friday, June 25th, 2010

Every urban area where politicians, community leaders and workers (employed, underemployed and unemployed) are concerned about Walmart can do to their neighborhoods is studying what happened this week in Chicago. Skepticism is the rule, but it needs turning up a few notches. From a Bmore Local news release: Yesterday’s agreement is a starting point for […]

BALTIMORE CAN DO BETTER…

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

I agree with Bmore Local. The city and residents are getting sold a bill of goods, specially considering that Walmart intends to close a failed store at Port Covington. Any jobs realized at the 25th Street Station project will simply replace those at the existing store. Jeff Hess: Have Coffee Will Write.

WALMART FOOL OF MOTLEY…

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

I enjoyed listening to the brothers David and Tom Gardner on my local public radio station during their six-year run on NPR and was sorry to see them go. The brother’s empire has expanded and Walmart, not surprisingly, comes up from time to time. This week the Motley Fool comments on Walmart’s contraction strategy. When […]

BALTIMORE AIN’T BUYING IT…

Friday, March 26th, 2010

More than 100 people came together to speak their minds in Baltimore, Maryland, concerning plans to drop a Walmart supercenter into their neighborhood. They were not happy and the representative of the developer was on the defensive. From the Baltimore Messenger: Many of the questions and criticisms were based on negative perceptions of Wal-Mart as […]