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Shopping centers to add new stores

| Saturday, November 30, 2002 12:00 a.m

Two shopping centers at the junction of interstates 70 and 79 and Route 19 are about to see new construction.

The Giant Eagle at Strabane Square will construct a fueling station and small convenience store, according to a plan approved by South Strabane supervisors.

And land near the Sam’s Club at Trinity Point, directly across Route 19 from Strabane Square, will be developed into retail stores including a Famous Footwear, a Dress Barn, a Deals discount store and a Blockbuster Video. Supervisors also approved these plans at their meeting Tuesday night.

Another piece of land, behind the Sam’s Club, eventually is to become a fueling station, although Brian Rohleder of Mosites Corp., the developer, said the project has been delayed due to legal issues involving the financing. Construction could begin in the spring and the station could open by summer, he said.

Rohleder said that an Aldi’s grocery store and a Red Lobster restaurant are to open in early January at Trinity Point, followed by a Krispy Kreme doughnut shop and a pizza restaurant.

Construction on the Cottrill Pizza Restaurant, to be built behind the McDonald’s, could begin by the end of February or March, and owner Sue Cottrill said the opening is expected in June or July. The Krispy Kreme officials plan to open a shop in March or April.

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