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Popeyes to add Louisiana spice to Lodi dining

Lodi Planning Commission approves location on Kettleman Lane

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612 E. Kettleman Lane Lodi CA

Posted: Thursday, May 15, 2014 12:00 am

If you like spicy, Louisiana-style chicken but don’t want to drive to Stockton for a quick fix, you won’t have to anymore.

The Lodi Planning Commission voted 5-0 to approve plans for a Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen at 612 E. Kettleman Lane.

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  • Ed Walters posted at 6:34 pm on Thu, May 15, 2014.

    the old dog Posts: 637

    Well Amy you can apply when the old Carrows is raised and the new Popeyes is built. What do you consider a fair wadge, some union organizers parading around with their dopey signs and demanding up to $20 an hour. Obama proposed $10 an hour. When the fast food industry was born young people applied as a way of making money and living with mom and dad. The same holds true today, even at $10 an hour, mom and dads house still looks good as there is no way at $10 or $20 an hour you could afford to live by yourself, that's when 2-3 or more buddies share an apartment to pay the rent. You will never get rich waiting for the bell to ring telling you the fries are finished. A place of your own and a somewhat new car, well forget that. Get an education or even get into the trades, good money can be made as a plumber, carpenter, or electrician. Working fast food at 30-40 years old, you will be there for the rest of your life. Join the service, they can make up your mind for you, believe me, anything but a used car salesman. [wink]

  • Larry Hamilton posted at 11:53 am on Thu, May 15, 2014.

    Larry Hamilton Posts: 53

    I do like popeyes chicken I'll be there for sure.

  • Amy Pratt posted at 10:12 am on Thu, May 15, 2014.

    Cheyenne Posts: 1

    When can we come to start applying for a job at the lodi popeyes?



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