Monday, February 6, 2023

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Graham, NC 27253
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THE PUBLIC ASKS: What’s being built beside Hursey’s BBQ in Mebane?

THE PUBLIC ASKS: What’s being built beside Hursey’s BBQ in Mebane (and in front of the Compass Pointe Self Storage building)?

Nothing fancy, just the last franchise location of Strickland Brothers 10 Minute Oil Change, making the third Alamance County location.

The company has locations at 1005 South Main Street in Graham and 547 Huffman Mill Road in Burlington.

The new Mebane location faces NC 119, but its formal address is listed on plans as 427 Compass Drive.

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The Graham location of Strickland Brothers 10 Minute Oil Change, 1005 South Main Street.

The company’s self-described benefit is a 10-minute oil change with no appointment necessary and customers allowed to remain in their cars during the service.

The company, headquartered in Winston-Salem, says it is one of the fastest-growing franchises in the United States. It now operates about a dozen locations in North Carolina among approximately 100 nationwide (in 20 states) and says it has contracted over 242 franchise locations projected to open across the country by 2024.


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LOTS MORE MEBANE NEWS IN THIS WEEK’S (JAN. 12) EDITION:

Duke Health begin work on medical office building, first project on 22 acres purchased by Duke Health in Mebane: https://alamancenews.com/duke-health-beginning-work-on-3-story-medical-office-bldg/

Land being cleared for dual-branded hotel along I-85/40 near Lowe’s Home Improvement: https://alamancenews.com/grading-begins-for-new-dual-branded-hotel-near-lowes/

City council annexes land where McKay Books plans to build: https://alamancenews.com/mckay-books-to-build-in-mebane/

Long-time police chief to retire in July: https://alamancenews.com/mebane-police-chief-announces-retirement-this-time-for-real/

City council rejects developer’s request to change entrance/exit into ETJ subdivision with fewer options for residents: https://alamancenews.com/mebane-city-council-rejects-developers-request-to-reduce-entry-exit-options-into-etj-subdivision-along-nc-119/

City council recommends that county commissioners appoint retired businessman David Scott to city’s planning board: https://alamancenews.com/mebane-council-recommends-commissioners-appoint-retired-businessman-david-scott-to-citys-planning-board/

Dunkin Donuts (finally) about to open – after 6-month delay: https://alamancenews.com/update-dunkin-donuts-in-mebane-prepares-finally-to-open/

 

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