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Satchel’s owner working to get the restaurant open again

By on February 29th, 2012

Although no one was injured in a kitchen fire at Satchel’s Pizza last night, there was significant structural damage done.  Florida’s 89.1 WUFT-FM’s Michael Cadigan says the owner is already reaching out to insurance agencies and employees to get the restaurant back up and running.

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