Residents in Marlette, Michigan are getting their first ever Taco Bell later this fall.

It's hard to imagine living in a town/city where a late night Taco Bell run isn't an option. Apparently, that's always been the case for folks living in the town of Marlette.

Well, that is about to change this fall when the new Taco Bell in Marlette opens its doors.

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According to Sanilac county News, officials from Great Lakes Taco, which has more than two dozen Taco Bell franchises in Michigan, met with the planning commission on Tuesday, June 28 to get the final okay on the project.

This will be a great move for the community as it will bring in roughly 40 new jobs to the area.

The new restaurant can accommodate 20 customers in the dinning area and will of course have a drive-thru window.

Where Will Taco Bell Be Located?

Marlette's new Taco Bell will be adjacent to Golf Course Lane to the south and Ellis Insurance to the north.

The new Taco Bell will be competing with the already established restaurants in Marlette including McDonalds, Little Caesars, Subway, Coney Islands, and more.

Construction on the new Taco Bell is set to start this week. The plan is to open up by October 1st.

Marlette is roughly 25 minutes north of Imlay City in Sanilac County. If you're heading up M-53 this fall, be sure you stop in and check out the new Taco Bell in Marlette.

I sure hope they have plenty of Mexican Pizzas in stock.

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