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|New locations for Vidalia businesses|
Three Vidalia businesses will be moving in the near future to new locations.
Supermarket Operations Barry Loy said the target date for the opening of the new Vidalia Market is Nov. 13.
"There are still a few things that are pending," Loy said. "We're excited and we can't wait."
Vidalia Market will shut down its current store to move into the new store near its current location in the Vidalia Shopping Center.
Loy said the new store will be state of the art and energy efficient.
"We designed the whole store to control the costs of energy because that is so high," Loy said.
There will be one side entrance and exit similar to the Ferriday Market store because a northerly wind usually blows into the front of the store.
Loy said the new store will be even more customer friendly.
"We'll have the same quality products and we believe our customers will be very pleased with the new store," he said.
Loy said Vidalia Market will shut down for about six days just before opening the new store.
"We are putting in installation and installing shelves each day," he said. "But there will be a few short days we will have to shut down. Natchez Market and Ferriday Market will certainly be ready to serve the folks during that time."
Rhino Graphics, in the Vidalia Shopping Center, is expected to move into its new building across from Walmart in about a month, said owner Lawrence Chauvin.
Dirt work is in the process down the road near the new Vidalia Centre for a new Family Dollar store.
Officials said the new facility is expected to be built around February, 2010 and the current store will be shut down once the new store is opened.
Dr. Kevin Ingram has moved from his office on Carter Street to Logan Sewell road next to Dr. Justin Gregg.
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