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A broken path to Walmart
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Times photo: Brenda Steurer A 450-foot stretch of 6th Avenue West without a sidewalk could force pedestrians into the turning lane to reach the new Walmart Supercenter. Walmart installed a sidewalk from their property to the south end of the Wisconsin 11 overpass at the top of the hill. The property south and east of the intersection was annexed in April 2008, four months after Walmarts PUD was approved by the council.
MONROE - An area resident is concerned a gap of 450 feet in the sidewalk along 6th Avenue West is a risk to pedestrians, wheelchair users and kids on bicycles by forcing them on to the street to reach the new Walmart Supercenter north of Wisconsin 11.