Springboro officials are hoping to include a Chick-fil-A restaurant in the redevelopment of the former shopping center site at the city’s central crossroads.
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This was “one of the more popular suggestions” to a survey asking what residents would like to see on the 6-acre former Springboro IGA Plaza site on the northwest corner of Central Avenue and Main Street, according to City Manager Chris Pozzuto.
Councilwoman Janie Ridd “questioned whether a Chick-fil-A would fit at that location because of the amount of traffic it draws,” according to minutes from the council’s work session last Thursday.
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Pozzuto said one of the buildings in drawings completed by the Paresi Design Studio “would accommodate a restaurant like Chick-fil-A, which looks like it would function pretty well, based on the design.”
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