The City Council will be the next governmental body to decide whether to allow Verizon to build a store on land near the Wal-Mark in Kirsville. The decision of whether to The Planning and Zoning Commission approved the proposal Wednesday. The project calls for a free-standing Verizon Wireless premium retailer on the southwest portion of the Wal-Mart parking lot, between Murphy Oil and U.S. Bank. Planning and Zoning unanimously approved the project’s placement in the high-density corridor zone and an allowance for a third exterior wall sign. The developer is looking to start building as soon as possible, and the Council is scheduled to consider the commission’s recommendation for final approval at its meeting Dec. 16th.