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Ypsilanti Township confirms a new Aldi will be built in the community

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Aldi exterior

Officials in Ypsilanti Township have confirmed that a new Aldigrocery store will be coming to the community.

A plan to bring Aldi to Ypsilanti Township was made public back in November. That’s when the Board of Trustees unanimously approved a purchase agreement for the land.

Just before the holiday, township officials say, they finalized the purchase agreement for the township-owned land on South Huron Street and Whittaker Road, south of I-94.

In a statement released by Township Supervisor Brenda Stumbo, she said Aldi would benefit those who live, work, and shop in the township with competitive prices.

Officials with Aldi expect the store to be open by Thanksgiving of 2023.

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Cathy Shafran was WEMU's afternoon news anchor and local host during WEMU's broadcast of NPR's All Things Considered.
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