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In-N-Out Burger on its way to Davis County

(Salt Lake Tribune) In-N-Out Burger has put in an application to build a shop in Centerville on 700 West, the frontage road alongside Interstate 15, as it expands its presence in Utah.

"They are finalizing their building permit. In fact, they are meeting right now with building officials," Community Development Director Cory Snyder said Friday. "Probably within a month, they'll have a permit."

The location is a patch of bare soil, about 1½ acres. The working address is 475 N. 700 West, though an official address will be assigned when the burger shop is finished.

When construction can begin isn't known, but the restaurant would typically be ready for customers four or five months after work is started, said Carl Van Fleet, vice president of planning and development.

"The area is vibrant and growing. The location has great freeway visibility and access. And it will be our northernmost location in the market," Van Fleet said in an e-mail.

In-N-Out is known for paying wages that are significantly more the federal or state minimums. The 50 to 60 people hired to staff the Centerville shop will start at $10 an hour, Van Fleet said.

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