York council approves Sonic for Route...

York council approves Sonic for Route 30, market grant application

There are 8 comments on the The York Daily Record story from Sep 22, 2010, titled York council approves Sonic for Route 30, market grant application. In it, The York Daily Record reports that:

York City Council unanimously approved a land development plan for a Sonic restaurant on Route 30 in York.

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Don Corleone

Moorestown, NJ

#1 Sep 22, 2010
York's journey to culinary excellence continues.....
Christi Landis

Philadelphia, PA

#2 Sep 22, 2010
Seriously YDR now you want to charge people to read your half put together articles?? Guess I'll go somewhere else to get my news which i know will be FREE and more effort put into it.
415truther

York, PA

#3 Sep 22, 2010
Christi Landis wrote:
Seriously YDR now you want to charge people to read your half put together articles?? Guess I'll go somewhere else to get my news which i know will be FREE and more effort put into it.
Wow, what have I missed. When did YDR indicate charging for internet access other than archives???
T Ruth

Mount Laurel, NJ

#4 Sep 22, 2010
415truther wrote:
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Wow, what have I missed. When did YDR indicate charging for internet access other than archives???
You must have been on snooze control.
WhyBother

Harrisburg, PA

#5 Sep 22, 2010
better than some vacant building eyesore......or would you rather have another pizza place ???????
Don Corleone wrote:
York's journey to culinary excellence continues.....
Don Corleone

Moorestown, NJ

#6 Sep 23, 2010
WhyBother wrote:
better than some vacant building eyesore......or would you rather have another pizza place ???????<quoted text>
hey is that a crack about my italian heritage? All I am saying is that even by chain restaurant standards, york's choices are pretty sad. we get plenty of ruby tuesdays and their great salad bars, while places like macaroni grill, carrabas, buffalo wild wings, etc won't come within 30 miles of here. Even an Ihop would be a welcome change from the 37 greek diners in town.
Hugh Jass

Ephrata, PA

#7 Sep 23, 2010
Don Corleone wrote:
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hey is that a crack about my italian heritage? All I am saying is that even by chain restaurant standards, york's choices are pretty sad. we get plenty of ruby tuesdays and their great salad bars, while places like macaroni grill, carrabas, buffalo wild wings, etc won't come within 30 miles of here. Even an Ihop would be a welcome change from the 37 greek diners in town.
Want to know th reason? Those great places you mentioned don't meet York's requirements. They are not: All you can eat, cheap, and don't all serve heavy meat and potato gravy-laden fat lard foods.

There Ya go.
WhyBother

Harrisburg, PA

#8 Sep 29, 2010
Oh.....and I thought Lancaster County food was so healthy...thanks for that

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