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Two New Businesses Coming to Sartell
Two New Businesses Coming to Sartell
Two New Businesses Coming to Sartell
Sartell's River Crossing will be close to full after 2 new businesses join the development this fall. Sartell Mayor Ryan Fitzthum indicates Valvoline Instant Oil Change and Les Schwab Tire Company will be breaking ground this fall.
Sartell’s Goals for the Old Paper Mill Site in 2024
Sartell’s Goals for the Old Paper Mill Site in 2024
Sartell’s Goals for the Old Paper Mill Site in 2024
The Sartell paper mill site is an empty canvas but what will appear on that canvas could become more apparent soon. Sartell Mayor Ryan Fitzthum joined me on WJON this week. On Monday night the Sartell city council met with consultants and reviewed the concept plan.
Sartell Planning Major Road Projects in 2025
Sartell Planning Major Road Projects in 2025
Sartell Planning Major Road Projects in 2025
Sartell doesn't have any major road projects planned for 2024 but Mayor Ryan Fitzthum indicates 2025 will be a different story. He says in 2025 they are planning the westside reconstruct which is the area by the high school football field, Dezurik area, and this includes some of the oldest roads and infrastructure in the community.
Sartell Pedestrian Bridge a Big Hit
Sartell Pedestrian Bridge a Big Hit
Sartell Pedestrian Bridge a Big Hit
Earlier this month Sartell opened their pedestrian bridge across the Mississippi River. Sartell Mayor Ryan Fitzthum joined me on WJON. He says he's received great feedback from residents and many have incorporated it on their daily walk or run.
Sartell’s Fitzthum; More Commercial Developments Coming Soon
Sartell’s Fitzthum; More Commercial Developments Coming Soon
Sartell’s Fitzthum; More Commercial Developments Coming Soon
Sartell Mayor Ryan Fitzthum predicted a big year for commercial growth in Sartell in 2023 and so far that is looking like it will be the case. Fitzthum joined me on WJON. He explained the Aldi grocery store going into to the River Crossing development will be joined shortly by 4 more smaller retail stores going into that development.

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