City Gets Offer For Former Tyson Plant
Posted: December 19, 2012 at 2:07 a.m.
An abandoned factory in southeast Fayetteville that, at one point, was to be the home of the Fayetteville Police Department could end up as a gasoline station.
The City Council bought the 11.2-acre Tyson Mexican Original property for $1.1 million in November 2004. Part of the land was used to realign Huntsville Road and to build a new fire station.
Kum & Go convenience stores has offered to buy 1.9 acres of the property for $900,000. The company would pay up to $100,000 to demolish the former tortilla and corn chip factory and split the cost of any street improvements with the city.
Source: City Of Fayetteville
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