Like in many cities large and small today, the costs of progress on the quality of life in Milton cause much controversy. The city council, school board and citizens debate and decide the details of road repairs, public school facilities and new housing developments throughout the urban area. As growing pains and demands bring inevitable changes, residents will gradually adapt and come to accept the taxes that pay for it all.

In the world of business, Milton has also experienced pain and losses due to the Highway 26 bypass. But there have also been gains, including the recent opening of a full-service restaurant at the Piggly Wiggly mall property. The city is currently well represented by small food-service enterprises on both west and east sides.

The new Tasty Bites family style restaurant in the old Burger King building offers generous business hours and equally generous food portions on their breakfast, lunch and dinner menus seven days a week. The Zekiri family who owns and operates this restaurant provides an impressive mixture of tradition (emigration to America) and diversity (new generations in our melting-pot society). Everyone is invited to enjoy a warm welcome from this hard-working family and to savor the good quality meals served from their busy kitchen by delightful, cheerful waitresses.

Even better, invite your friends and neighbors to join you!


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