Thursday, November 15, 2012
Both measures were quickly approved during Wednesday night's City Council meeting.
The Woodbury Aldi will soon offer 3.2 beer and Angelina’s Kitchen can now serve beer and wine following the Woodbury City Council’s unanimous approval of their liquor license applications. No one spoke during public hearings on both matters at Wednesday night’s council meeting. Background checks came back clear for Aldi and Angelina’s Kitchen. Aldi, a discount grocery chain, opened Oct. 5 in the former Borders space at 8427 Tamarack Bay. Councilwoman Julie Ohs called the approval of the liquor license a “routine matter.” Angelina’s Kitchen, meanwhile, has consolidated its two locations (Angelina’s Café), and plans to add a wine bar. “Best eggplant parmesan in town, by the way,” said Councilwoman Amy Scoggins, who was recently re-elected …
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
The Woodbury City Council meets at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at City Hall.
The Woodbury City Council on Wednesday will hold public hearings for liquor licenses for Angelina’s Kitchen and Aldi, as well as possibly approving a measure that would open the door for new housing developments near East Ridge High School. Angelina’s Kitchen Angelina’s Kitchen, which consolidated its two locations this fall, has been planning to add a wine bar. Related: The New Addition at Angelina’s Kitchen in Woodbury The restaurant is now looking to secure a liquor license to sell beer and wine, and the council will hold a public hearing on the matter Wednesday night. Background checks came back clear. Angelina’s Kitchen is located at 2170 Eagle Creek Lane. Aldi Aldi, which opened in the former Borders location in early October…
Sunday, October 7, 2012
A look back at the news of the week in Woodbury.
Interesting Reward Offered via Craigslist for Stolen Car Last Seen in Woodbury Ah, the Internet. Seven gin and tonics and one batch of cookies. Letter: A Shout Out for the Good in Woodbury High School Students Following a letter to the editor about poor student behavior at a football game, a Woodbury High School teacher chimes in. Pedal Pub, Halloween Store, New Gym: Washington County Business Roundup Are you wondering what businesses are opening or closing in the east metro or otherwise making news? Drugs and Warrants: 5 Arrested at Tamarack Village in Woodbury Eight people in one stolen truck. Five busted. Sunday, Monday Hours to Return to Woodbury Library in 2013 No more confused looks at the library doors starting next year. An Eagle …
Friday, October 5, 2012
About two dozen people were lined up outside the doors Friday morning.
Monique Garza was among those who went through the doors Friday morning as Aldi opened in Woodbury. “I was the first, I think,” said Garza, a Woodbury resident who has shopped at other Aldi stores and was excited to have one closer to home. Aldi, a discount grocery chain, was giving away free samples and had a grilling station set up outside for its first day in Woodbury. About two dozen people were lined up for a brief ribbon-cutting ceremony. Raffles and free tote bags were also among the Day 1 promotions. Company officials had been eyeing Woodbury for some time as Aldi looked to expand into more Twin Cities markets, said Matt Lilla, divisional vice president. “We’re really excited to be here,” he said, noting the Woodbury location is …
Thursday, September 27, 2012
The new grocery store is opening in the former Borders location.
Friday, September 14, 2012
The discount grocer is going in at the former Borders location.
Aldi officials on Friday announced that the opening of a new grocery store in Woodbury is set for Oct. 5. “As Aldi continues to grow in the Twin Cities, we are pleased to open this new Woodbury location to help more customers stretch their dollars even further,” Matt Lilla, Faribault division vice president for Aldi, said in a statement. “As important as price is, there’s only one way to attract and keep shoppers: You have to have quality products. When people try our Aldi exclusive brands, they are surprised by the savings and impressed by the quality.” Work is underway at the former Borders space at Tamarack Village, where Aldi will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 5. The public is invited to attend, and people…
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Are you wondering what businesses are making news in the east metro? Here’s what made the business news from Aug. 27 to Aug. 31.
The following is a collection of business related articles that recently appeared on Oakdale Patch, Woodbury Patch and Stillwater Patch. New Caribou Will Move into Old Blockbuster Site Soon Oakdale's second Caribou Coffee will be moving into the old Blockbuster site at Bergen Plaza in coming weeks. Business Spotlight: New Company Opens in Oakdale King Kong Cash opened up in Oakdale on Aug. 24. Visions for Vacancies: It Was a Dance Studio. Now What? What should fill the vacancy at 5701 Hadley Avenue? Aldi Looks to Improve Site for New Woodbury Grocery Store The discount grocer plans to open in the former Borders location. Updated: Woody's Roadhouse Closes... What Should Go Here? After several failed attempts at restaurants, what makes …
Thursday, August 30, 2012
Live with Tonya Holt, owner, Primrose School of Woodbury.
Woodbury Patch Live this week with Tonya Holt from Primrose School of Woodbury. Updated: Woody's Roadhouse Closes... What Should Go Here? Aldi Looks to Improve Site for New Woodbury Grocery Store Snapshot: 2012-2013 Woodbury Ambassadors Royal Family Updated: Live at Woodbury Days! Add Your Photos! Woodbury Days Parade, Booth Winners Roadwork, Burglaries, Woodbury Days: Woodbury Patch Live WCF Director, New Restaurant, Cyclist Safety: Woodbury Patch Live Woody's Closes, Roadwork Continues, Top City: Woodbury Patch Live Like us on Facebook | Follow us on Twitter | Sign up for our newsletter
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
The discount grocer plans to open in the former Borders location.
Aldi is planning to upgrade the former Borders space, where it’s looking to open a new grocery store in Woodbury. The discount grocer has submitted a building permit for interior and exterior improvements at the former bookstore at 8472 Tamarack Bay, according to a memo on the Woodbury City Council’s agenda for Wednesday. The estimated value of the work was not submitted. Aldi in April made known its plans to open a new store in Woodbury. See: Aldi to Open Grocery Store in Woodbury A spokesperson from Aldi’s public relations firm told Patch that the anticipated grand opening date is late September or early October. Aldi, known for its low prices, has more than 1,000 stores in 31 states, according to its website. Nearly 95 percent of …
Wednesday, April 11, 2012
The discount grocery chain is set to open in the former Borders location this fall.
Aldi is coming to Woodbury. The discount grocer has reached an agreement to lease the former Borders location at 8472 Tamarack Bay, according to a spokesperson from Aldi’s public relations firm. Construction is slated to begin in the middle of June and the anticipated grand opening date is late September or early October 2012, the spokesperson told Patch. Aldi, known for its low prices, has more than 1,000 stores in 31 states, according to its website. Nearly 95 percent of its products are sold under exclusive Aldi brands. For more information about Aldi, check out the frequently asked questions section of its website. There is an Aldi in St. Paul. Be sure to follow Woodbury Patch on Twitter, like us on Facebook and sign up for our …