Red and white signs were hard to miss Saturday afternoon along MD Route 924 in Bel Air.
At one point 82 people held signs expressing opposition to Walmart's proposed move to the area of MD Route 924 and Plumtree Road, event organizer Steve Tobia wrote in an email to Patch. The demonstration was part of a rally organized by the Bel Air South Community Foundation.
Tobia said more than 100 people stopped by the rally Saturday, and 95 people signed a petition through a drive-thru sign up service.
"Passing motorist[s] enthusiastically responded with near non-stop honking of horns," Tobia wrote.
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