The Lodi Wal-Mart controversy includes a varied cast of characters, from council members and city planners to a frustrated developer and the recently revealed "Mr. Box."
So heated is the debate that it spurred the formation of the Small City Preservation Committee, a grassroots organization trying to get voter approval in November of an initiative that would restrict the size of retail buildings in Lodi to 125,000 square feet.
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