The popular Gateway Diner on Delsea Drive could be wiped out courtesy of a state project to do some bridge and road work near the eatery. NJ.com reports that the NJDOT has talked about just buying the diner and knocking it down since repairs to the diner would exceed what the property is worth. The owner of the diner says that’s not going to happen; he’s owned it since 1989.
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