Kroger to discuss proposed expansion of Euclid store with neighbors

ssloan@herald-leader.comFebruary 4, 2013 

Kroger will discuss proposed changes to its Euclid Avenue store during a 7 p.m. Tuesday meeting at Woodland Christian Church, 530 East High Street.

In a statement, attorney T. Bruce Simpson Jr., said that the Cincinnati-based grocery chain will soon file a request for a zoning change to expand the existing store.

During the meeting, Kroger representatives will show proposed renderings of the new store. The company invites neighbors interested in learning about the changes to attend.

Scott Sloan: (859) 231-1447. Twitter: @HeraldLeaderBiz.

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