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

Marina plan sets off turbulence on Prior Lake

A commercial marina backed off on a request to double its dock, but residents say the city needs to do...

Updated: November 09, 2013, - 08:01 PM

Power Dynamics facility planned in Inver Grove Heights

The Inver Grove Heights City Council last week approved plans by Power Dynamics to move to a facility currently owned...

Updated: November 02, 2013, - 02:00 PM

More buyers opting for less yard in Lakeville

Houses on smaller lots have helped propel Lakeville’s busy homebuilding market.

Updated: November 02, 2013, - 02:00 PM

Hookah lounges under scrutiny in Burnsville

Burnsville is studying ways that a growing number of cities have banned or tightened rules for the smoking establishments.

Updated: October 27, 2013, - 09:27 PM

Bizbeat: Dakota County foreclosures continue to drop

Dakota County is on track to record its fourth consecutive annual decline in foreclosures on residential and commercial properties, according...

Updated: October 26, 2013, - 04:49 PM

Lockheed site makeover makes progress

The big retail, office and green space plan for the former Lockheed campus won a vote, with several city revisions.

Updated: October 26, 2013, - 04:46 PM

Dakota County beat: Minnesota colleges' plant orchard for Newtown, Conn.

The community garden at Inver Hills Community College has yielded a unique outreach project.A group of 10 students and faculty...

Updated: October 25, 2013, - 08:14 AM

Advantage Shakopee? Group lobbies for indoor tennis

The Shakopee Tennis Association serves up a plan for public indoor courts, a rarity in south-metro areas.

Updated: October 22, 2013, - 02:01 PM

Savage Depot getting back on track

The restaurant is up and running with new operators and equipment for a more extensive menu.

Updated: October 22, 2013, - 01:59 PM

Minneapolis museum preserves Somalia's culture

North America’s only Somali artifact museum has opened in Minneapolis to document the country’s nomadic way of life.

Updated: October 20, 2013, - 04:17 PM

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