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NEW YORK CITY-Tuesday’s scheduled City Council hearing on the potential impact of Walmart opening stores here has been postponed until next month. The council’s hearing room at 250 Broadway was deemed too small to accommodate the expected crowd, and so the meeting will be held instead at the city-owned Emigrant Bank Building, 49-51 Chambers St. in Manhattan, on Jan. 12, a council spokesman tells GlobeSt.com.


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