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FoiGras | Jun 29, 201406:14 PM     4

Just noticed yesterday that the Taco Bell/KFC location on Wilkens Avenue has closed completely. For many years it was a KFC franchised, then accompanied with the Taco Bell franchise. Then , the KFC faction died out a few years ago and was left with TAco Bell. Now,--NADA. Does anyone have the inside scoop on what will replace the prime location for a fast food chain--I doubt that the location could harbor an independent free standing restaurant. The actual building is standing, but completely emptied out, along with any indication of signage.

Would love to know if anyone has any idea what is scheduled for the venue. FoiGras

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