January 2020 is target opening date for new Greeneville Chick-Fil-A


GREENEVILLE, Tenn. (WJHL)- News Channel 11 has learned officials are hoping to have a stand-alone Chick-Fil-A open in Greeneville by January 2020.

That is according to Tim Burchfield, a local Chick-Fil-A operator.

Greeneville Planning Director Logan Engle told News Channel 11 on Thursday that the restaurant has been in the works for the past four or five months.

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The proposed site for the restaurant would be in the Crockett Crossing shopping center on East Andrew Johnson Highway. Engle told News Channel 11 there is a restaurant currently on the property called Georgia’s Southern Table.

Preliminary site plan approval could come May 14 at the Greeneville Regional Planning Commission.

Right now, the only Chick-fil-a in the county is on the Tusculum campus. It’s part of its food service and open to the public.

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