WALKER, Mich. -- Controversy is arising in one West Michigan community over two new development proposals.
The city of Walker is considering a new townhome development as well as a new grocery store.
Some people have even started a Facebook page expressing opposition against the project.
The city says Wednesday's planning commission meeting does not mean the project will be approved right away, as it still needs to go through several other processes before construction can begin.
The city is also considering adding an ALDI store at the intersection of Wilson Avenue and Lake Michigan Drive.
The meeting starts at 6 p.m. and is open to the public.