Kroger officials to meet with public about proposed Powell super

Kroger officials to meet with public about proposed Powell supermarket

The proposed site. The proposed site.

KNOXVILLE (WATE) - Kroger officials will meet with concerned citizens Monday about a proposed store in the Powell area.

Knoxville City Council is scheduled to vote on a rezoning proposal that would Kroger to build a new store on the former Powell Airport site.

The proposal has drawn criticism from neighbors who worry that the site's proximity to Beaver Creek could lead to flooding problems in adjacent neighborhoods.

City council will vote on the rezoning measure on Tuesday.

On Monday, Kroger officials will hold a public meeting to address the concerns of residents.

The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. at the Tennova Medical Center in Powell in the Sister Elizabeth Room, which is on the second floor.

The meeting will be facilitated by Knoxville City Council member Mark Campen and Knox County Commissioner R. Larry Smith.

The meeting is open to the public.

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