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Plans for Spring Mills Burger King get green light

June 10, 2008|By MATTHEW UMSTEAD

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. -- The developer of a Burger King planned for Spring Mills hopes to have the restaurant open for business by the end of the year.

A preliminary site plan for the Burger King at Potomac Station, just west of Interstate 81 at Exit 20 and north of W.Va. 901, was unanimously approved Monday evening by the Berkeley County Planning Commission.

"Did he bring any Whoppers with him?" Commission President Donald Fox asked an engineer on hand to answer any questions about the project.

"I told him to be prepared for that question," the engineer responded.

Frank Malejko of Western Maryland Fast Foods LP said after the approval that the restaurant planned for a 1.1-acre site will be his sixth Burger King.

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The restaurant's arrival in the northern Berkeley County community follows the opening of a McDonald's in March 2008.

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