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Several New Businesses Opening Soon In Waterloo

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A thriving local economy has been a boom to Waterloo, but it has also meant at times scarce parking situation in the downtown business district. The parking issue has been complicated as of late while HTC negotiates a contract with its labor employees that are represented by the CWA union.
A thriving local economy has been a boom to Waterloo, but it has also meant at times scarce parking situation in the downtown business district. The parking issue has been complicated as of late while HTC negotiates a contract with its labor employees that are represented by the CWA union.

Business activity continues to prosper in Waterloo. Commercial ventures soon to open include Yo Toppings, The Vaults Workplace, Uncle John’s Triple R Bar, Backyard Daycare Center and a grooming business. Yo Toppings will serve frozen yogurt and hot dogs. Owners Jennifer and Phil Meyers are putting the finishing touches on their property at 624 North …

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