Southwest Wake News

November 23, 2015 4:00 AM

Proposed Lidl grocery store rankles Apex residents

Residents worry about location and impact on traffic, neighborhoods

Proposed Lidl could be first in country for German-based company

Council tables decision until January so developer can address neighbor concerns

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