A museum with a penchant for nostalgia hopes to relocate the Des Plaines McDonald's museum some 30 miles northwest in an effort to save it. The Volo Auto Museum -- a repository for classic cars, jukeboxes and neon signs -- reached out this week to McDonald's corporate brass after the hamburger chain announced plans to demolish the 32-year-old replica of its first franchised restaurant in Des Plaines.
Officials at St. Edna Catholic Church in Arlington Heights hope a new 13,700-square-foot parish center will help increase parishioners' participation in church activities. St. Edna got permission this week from the village board to build a 29-foot-tall addition on the east side of the church property at 2525 N. Arlington Heights Road. A similar project -- about 3,000 square feet smaller -- was approved in December 2013, but it never got off the ground due to lack of funding.
For years, the golden arches and neon “Speedee” road sign at 400 Lee St. in Des Plaines have served as a roadside attraction and reminder of the suburban roots of what’s become the world’s largest hamburger chain. But as early as next month, the 32-year-old replica of McDonald’s first franchised restaurant will be demolished, company officials confirmed Monday. The original 62-year-old sign will be removed first, but its future is still unclear.
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