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It was almost the house of their dreams when they bought it, built on an acre of land surrounded by lush alfalfa fields in the South Valley.
Now, 14 years and $300,000 in home improvements later, David and Norma Vargas live in a white, two-story house with a bedroom that looks onto the green rolling farmland.
But that verdant view might be cleared out soon to make room for a new neighbor. The land out their window is the proposed site for a Super Wal-Mart at Coors and Rio Bravo boulevards Southwest.
The Vargases say they don't want the massive retail store or any other big …