Cherokee County's first Krispy Kreme will be right at Cobb County line

Glazed Krispy Kreme doughnuts (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)
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Glazed Krispy Kreme doughnuts (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

Commuters in Cherokee, Cobb and north Fulton counties can rejoice.

Cherokee is set to get its first Krispy Kreme location, said Brantley Day, Woodstock's director of community development.

The corporate store will be at 9420 Highway 92, which is the site of a gas station that has been abandoned for well over 10 years, Day said.

Day said that the location, which already sits by a traffic light, is convenient for many of they county's west-to-east commuters heading to Cobb and North Fulton along Highway 92 and I-575.

Woodstock zoning and city officials approved the last bit of paperwork — a zoning appeal to have Krispy Kreme's classic roadside green-and-white sign with red lettering — on Nov. 14.

Day doesn't know when the store will open. "We haven’t gotten that word yet."

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