The planning commission plans to review two preliminary items at next month's meeting—one to allow for a Chick-Fil-A, and another to allow for an Aldi to be built in the city.
A preliminary subdivision and a preliminary site plan for the proposed Chick-Fil-A are included on the agenda for the July 18 meeting. A preliminary site plan for the proposed Aldi is also up for review.
The proposed location of the Chick-Fil-A is a vacant lot at 1001 Beards Hill Road—at the intersection of Beards Hill Road and MD Route 22. It would neighbor the .
in the Visions for Vacancies series earlier this year.
Chick-Fil-A would join neighboring fast food restaurants , , and .
The restaurant would be the third for the chain in Harford County—joining one in Abingdon and .
Aldi would open its second store in Harford County, joining one in Edgewood. It is proposed for 744 South Philadelphia Boulevard—near and , earlier this year.
The July 18 planning commission meeting is expected to begin at 7 p.m. at .
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