ANTIOCH, Calif. — Wal-Mart is looking to expand its store here into the company's first supercenter in the East Bay area of northern California. The city’s Planning Commission unanimously approved the project's environmental documents last week. The City Council will get involved only if the Planning Commission's decision is appealed. The 33,575-square-foot expansion and remodeling would include a bakery, produce section, full-service deli and enhanced outdoor living department, bringing ...

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