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updated: 7/22/2014 7:00 PM

Rolling Meadows McDonald's being rebuilt

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One of the McDonald's restaurants in Rolling Meadows has been demolished and will be replaced with a new prototype featuring two drive-through lanes.

The restaurant at 1775 Algonquin Road at New Wilke Road also will be a little larger, Valerie Dehner, director of community development for the city, said Tuesday. The project is expected to take up to four months, Dehner said.

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Andrew Uttan, project engineer and manager for V3 Companies of Woodridge, told the city's plan commission in January that the building was constructed in 1975 and needed to be rebuilt

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