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Council Reviews Kum & Go Offer

Gasoline Station Could Replace Former Mexican Original Plant

Posted: January 9, 2013 at 5 a.m.

The City Council could decide next week whether to sell a portion of the former Tyson Mexican Original property at Huntsville and Happy Hollow roads to Kum & Go convenience stores.

Meeting Information

Fayetteville City Council

Also on Jan. 15, the council is set to consider:

-A $25,000 grant from the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality for an electronic waste coupon redemption program

-Updated building codes for commercial development and residential structures taller than three stories

-More than $1.4 million in vehicle purchases for the city’s Water and Sewer Division, Fire Department and Police Department and material purchases for street, sidewalk and trail construction in 2013.

Source: Staff Report

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