, the citizens group that opposes construction of a Walmart at Suburban Plaza, is taking it to the streets again.
A few weeks , members of the group will knock on residential doors Saturday, March 31, to seek support for their cause.
An email from the group said members will meet at 9 a.m. at North Decatur Presbyterian Church and go out in teams to assigned neighborhoods until noon.
They'll ask residents to sign a paper petition and engage in dialogue, the email said. Group members will do the same on other Saturdays in April.
Good Growth DeKalb also has an online petition.
The group fears the Walmart would bring , an aging shopping center just outside the Decatur city limits.
Selig Enterprises wants to renovate the entire shopping center with Walmart as the anchor store. Good Growth DeKalb to investigate whether a lawsuit could stop the project.