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Developer sees potential along Post Road

1:54 AM, Sep. 27, 2013
Randy Woyak, right, stands with Mark Strasser, who is managing Brookview Townhomes for him in Plover. The rental properties on Okray Avenue are part of a larger piece of land Woyak owns.
Randy Woyak, right, stands with Mark Strasser, who is managing Brookview Townhomes for him in Plover. The rental properties on Okray Avenue are part of a larger piece of land Woyak owns.
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Editor's note: This is the fifth in a series of stories Stevens Point Journal Media is publishing this week featuring businesses that are in the path of Post Road reconstruction.

While Randy Woyak acknowledges the uncertainty surrounding the reconstruction of Post Road, he said he believes property he has purchased there will pay off now and in the future.

The $36 million state Department of Transportation project to widen Post Road, scheduled to begin in 2016, is forcing businesses owners to rethink their futures as the DOT either buys their properties or consumes their parking lots. ...

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