The owner of the Diffley Marketplace wants to build a 5,580-square-foot, sit-down restaurant and a 9,424-square-foot retail building just east of the existing development.
The Eagan City Council will host a special hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 19, to discuss a new set of potential Comcast fees.
The Eagan & Lakeville Resource Center distributed 854,000 pounds of food in 2012, an significant increase over the 2011 total.
The parking ramp would be built adjacent to Paragon Outlets' planned, 440,000-square-foot outlet mall in Eagan's Cedar Grove neighborhood.
Paragon officials are expected to unveil on Tuesday which brands and companies will locate in the soon-to-be-built mall.
The outlet mall will likely be completed in Aug. 2014, and will eventually house roughly 100 high-end stores.
Plans for the Fiesta Cancun Mexican Restaurant sailed through both the Planning Commission and Eagan City Council.
The new full-service restaurant is set to open in October, according to the Minneapolis-St. Paul Business Journal.
The company has set up shop at a 12,000 square foot facility on Waters Road.
The company, which has an Eagan location, is cutting 3,000 jobs.
The Dakota County Regional Chamber of Commerce will present awards during an awards ceremony.
The Mason Jar will open alongside the bakery, which is a Cupcake first.
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