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Prospective fast food restaurant for mall area

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Posted on: March 6, 2013

Chick-Fil-A wants to bring a freestanding restaurant, complete with drive-through, to the parking lot at The Mall at Prince George’s. During a presentation at the city council’s March 4 meeting, a lawyer for the chain said that the site would eliminate 60 parking spaces near the stone wall that borders East-West Highway, on the JC Penney end of the mall. Current zoning there prohibits fast-food restaurants, so the Prince George’s County Council would have to grant an exemption for the project to move forward. The city council will discuss at an upcoming meeting whether to recommend granting or opposing it.



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