CLEVELAND - There is some activity on the proposed site of the Chick-fil-A restaurant in Cleveland, but company officials are not providing information about the new facility.
Last week, workers began digging trenches for silt fencing on the property.
When contacted, Chick-fil-A officials had the same message as last August about the company updating permits for the property: "It's extremely too early to provide specifics on construction."
It's been almost four years since Chick-fil-A purchased the property in downtown Cleveland and lovers of Chick-fil-A products have been waiting for some action on the property.
Via email last week, Bernard Hendrix, public relations representative at Chick-fil-A, confirmed, "We anticipate opening a restaurant in Cleveland, Ga., later this year."
Cleveland has only a handful of fast food restaurants.