By: KDKA-TV News Staff

CHURCHILL BOROUGH (KDKA) — There is a possible shift in the plans for an Amazon distribution center in Churchill.

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According to our news partners at the Pittsburgh Post Gazette, the developer has pulled its application for $10 million dollars in state aid.

The project would turn the old Westinghouse campus into an Amazon facility.

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But many people living nearby have been protesting those plans.

There is no indication that the project itself will be scrapped.

The Churchill Planning Commission will vote on a permit this Wednesday.