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PHOENIX-Another big-box retail project has been stopped in its tracks in metropolitan Phoenix.Plans for a 200,000-sf Wal-Mart supercenter in Glendale “are now in our legal department and are being reviewed,” Glendale Mayor Elaine Scruggs told a group of citizens this week. “Plans are no longer moving forward.”

Glendale, a suburb of Phoenix, had approved the zoning for the store more than a year ago. In July, Wal-Mart signed a lease for the parcel at the corner of 51st and Olive Avenues. But now the city has hired a local land-use attorney to conduct studies on traffic, street intersections and entrances.

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