Friday, September 17, 2010

Chick-fil-A Coming To Dunwoody?

Chick-fil-A in Dunwoody?

Will a Chick-fil-A soon be popping up in Williamsburg Village where the old Blockbuster used to be? Word on the street is that Chick-fil-A would like to tear down the old structure and build one of its signature restaurants. How do the neighbors surrounding the property feel about that? One neighbor told me his first reaction was "we'll start to look like Buford Highway."

I don't agree with that comment, but I understand not wanting a fast food restaurant less than 100 feet away from a residential neighborhood. However, if you had to hand pick a fast food chain to location there, it would be Chick-fil-A. Not only is Chick-fil-A closed on Sunday, but the company has a history of being extremely community-oriented. By the way, the Chick-fil-A on Mt. Vernon Rd. near the movie theatre is actually located in Sandy Springs and not Dunwoody.
Funeral for Alice Storc
Funeral Services for longtime Springfield resident Alice Storc are 11am this morning at All Saints Church. Alice unexpected passed away last week at the age of 66. She spent the last 20 years as a teacher at Mt Vernon Presbyterian’s morning out program, something she truly cherished and about which she had such passion. Mrs. Storc is survived by her husband, Stanley Storc; daughter Suzanne Storc; sons Timothy (Hayley) and Anthony (Caitlin) Storc; sister Margie Farrell; brother Eugene (Karen) Farrell, as well as grandchildren Tate and Chase Storc. She was preceded in death by her parents, Peter and Margaret Farrell, and brother Peter Farrell.


Joe Seconder said...

What if Chick-fil-a didn't build a Drive-Thru? That would avoid greenhouse gas emissions from idling and traffic jams.

Bob Fiscella said...

Joe - that sounds like a great idea and certainly Chick-fil-A could be approached about that, but my guess is they would have a big issue with lack of a drive-thru.