Chick-fil-A continues to vet the site of the former Golden Corral at 1147 Quentin Road for its first Lebanon County location.
Although the company said through a public relations firm that it cannot confirm a location in Lebanon County at this time, Chick-fil-A is actively working on plans for the site.
Although no land development plan application has been submitted yet to North Cornwall Township, a Chick-fil-A engineer has already shared sketch plans with the township to confirm if the plan will meet zoning requirements.
Township manager Tom Long said in an email to LebTown that the township is hoping to see a land development plan application before the end of this year.
“When Chick-fil-A submits a preliminary/final LDP application to the township, the plan will be scheduled for presentation at the next Township Planning Commission public meeting,” said Long.
In August, LebTown spoke with Adonis Gjaka, property manager for Prestige Properties & Development, owners of the Lebanon Plaza Shopping Center, who confirmed that Chick-fil-A was doing exploratory work for the site, with a lease the next step in the process.
“Once that’s established, it’s looking to be a go for them,” said Gjaka at the time.
Asked by LebTown to confirm whether a Lebanon location was in the works, a Chick-fil-A spokesperson said, “While we hope to serve the Lebanon community in the future, we cannot confirm a location at this time.”
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