on Interstate 80 is not losing the “
” truck stop, but the
city might build a new restaurant and land a Target store on nearby undeveloped
” spokeswoman told Land Line Thursday,
Dec. 1, the existing restaurant and truck stop – a popular place because of its
120 parking spots for trucks – is in an expansion frame of mind.
An owner-operator concerned the truck stop might close and be replaced
by a Target store prompted Land Line to check into the situation.
The truck stop spokeswoman said she understood there was speculation
among the patrons, and she could confirm “
” was still going to be their
“Target is looking to build here,” she said. “But a Target store is not
going to replace a restaurant. That would be apples and oranges.”
The interchange also includes a nearby Costco, which provides a lot of
A possible deal between Target and “
” management could be signed early
in the new year, the spokeswoman said. She did not
wish to be identified because the deal has not been finalized.
“Everything about that is still unclear,” she said.
– By David Tanner, staff writer