Susan Feyder

Reporter | Suburban business
Phone: 952-746-3282
Susan Feyder writes about suburban business and economic development with a focus on Dakota and Scott counties.

Recent content from Susan Feyder

Elko Speedway plans to open drive-in theater at the racetrack

The owner of Elko Speedway plans to open a theater at the racetrack, a rare exception to a trend toward extinction for outdoor movie theaters.

Updated: February 17, 2014, - 11:18 PM

Biz briefs: Liquor retailer ready to tap Burnsville market

Total Wine & More, a national chain of liquor stores, may be on its way to Burnsville.The Burnsville Planning Commission...

Updated: February 15, 2014, - 06:16 PM

Farmington beat: Hotel upgrade is in the works

Farmington’s only current lodging alternative is a no-frills, strip-style motel built in 1950.

Updated: February 13, 2014, - 06:41 PM

Savage works on downtown makeover

A new business that sells discounted brand-name merchandise has opened in the Hamilton Building.

Updated: February 11, 2014, - 02:06 PM

Biz briefs: Planet Fitness to open in Burnsville

The long-vacant building that once housed an Ultimate Electronics store in Burnsville is on its way to becoming a Planet...

Updated: February 08, 2014, - 02:00 PM

HealthEast, South Metro extend ambulance contract

The two-year agreement preserves their cooperative working arrangement.

Updated: February 08, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Mendota Heights looks to improve cellphone service

It’s a frequent complaint in Mendota Heights, and officials are looking at ways to improve it, perhaps by adding towers.

Updated: February 02, 2014, - 07:55 AM

Biz briefs: Dakota Electric offers Washington trip for high schoolers

Dakota Electric Association is offering area high school students a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., from...

Updated: February 01, 2014, - 02:00 PM

Gated rental project advances in Savage

City planners say the large complex would fill a need for market-rate rental housing.

Updated: January 28, 2014, - 01:50 PM

Municipal liquor profits rise, helping cities' bottom lines

The stores’ contributions to city coffers — put to a variety of uses, such as fir parks or building improvements — rose about 14 percent from 2011, to about $23 million. And cities are increasingly touting the benefits their stores provide.

Updated: January 27, 2014, - 09:09 PM

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