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CROSSVILLE MAYOR SAYS NO ALDI PLANS

Crossville residents will not be shopping at ALDI anytime soon. According to City Mayor James Mayberry, a fake Facebook page from the city’s codes enforcement department made the announcement recently that an ALDI’s would be moving in to the area formerly occupied by Ryan’s Restaurant. Mayberry stated in a press release that the codes dept. had no such Facebook page, and that there were no plans for the business to come to town. Plans are formulated for the former Ryan’s building to be bulldozed and a new business will be going into the location but at this time, the mayor has chosen not to release any further information.


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3 Responses

  1. ChuckY

    Please don’t let Ryan’s be replaced by another Mexican restaurant, or another fast food chain location (unless it is someone like Chik-fil-A or Golden Corral) 🙂

  2. Dave

    No more damn Mexican food..I like it but enough is enough. Put in a real non chain place similar to pour house but open normal hours..chick fil A would be ok I guess…

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