Wait For In-N-Out Burger Could Be Over Soon
The unusual sight of two vacant lots at the busy intersection of 4th North and Main Street in Logan could be about to change — at least for one of the locations.
The city of Logan received a building permit application this month from In-N-Out Burger, the popular fast-food chain targeted for the lot on the northeast corner, and approval appears close.
“I would anticipate this being issued in the next week or two, and I wouldn’t be surprised if you start seeing construction there in the next month,” said Russ Holley, a senior planner for the city of Logan. Read the rest of the story on HJnews.com.
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