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Plan Commission to Vote on Chick-fil-A Development

Proposed Chick-fil-A one step closer to final village board approval and would be built near the intersection of Weber Road and Boughton Road.

The village's plan commission will vote tonight on a measure that could bring first Chick-fil-A restaurant one step closer to a reality.

If approved, the plan report would go in front of the village board for final approval—likely during the board's Sept. 27 meeting. The commission's nod is likely a formality at this point.

The commission meets at 8 p.m. tonight in the village board room. It's also set to hold a public hearing for an amendment to a special use permit for a planned residential development with variances to River Hills Subdivision by K. Hovanian Homes.

For a full commission agenda, click HERE.

The restaurant is looking to build a new location at 245 N. Weber Rd., in front of the  located at the intersection of Weber Road and Boughton Road.

Now, the closest Chick-fil-A locations are Aurora,  and .

The restaurant is famous for giving its first 100 qualified customers of a newly-opened restaurants free Chick-fil-A for a year.

From the Chick-fil-A website:

It's always exciting when a new Chick-fil-A Restaurant opens. But it's especially rewarding for 100 people who will be chosen to participate in the Grand Opening.

That's because each of the "First 100" qualified participants at the Grand Opening of a Chick-fil-A Restaurant who comply with the Official Rules will receive a Grand Prize of one Chick-fil-A Meal - Chicken Sandwich, Chick-fil-A Waffle Potato Fries® and drink – per week for a year (equating to 52 meals).

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