The planning commission has 14 members, but two were absent for Thursday’s meeting.
The approval of the plat doesn’t guarantee construction, but is another in a growing list of clues that point to the eventual opening of a Costco in Wichita.
On Wednesday, colleague Daniel McCoy reported how the project showed up on a national bidding platform.
The bid date for construction of a Costco retail store and gas station is Aug. 19, according to the McGraw-Hill Construction Dodge BidPRO report.
The site indicates that the project is valued at $6 million, while the gas station project is listed at $749,999.
Costco has yet to publicly confirm that a store is planned for Wichita, let alone one at Kellogg and Webb.