Fayetteville City Council To Weigh Mount Kessler Purchase, Urban Agriculture Adjustments

Posted: February 17, 2014 at 5 a.m.

Aldermen will consider using $1.5 million in reserve money to buy more than 300 acres atop Mount Kessler in southwest Fayetteville. City Council members at Tuesday’s meeting could also approve a set of ordinance changes aimed at promoting urban agriculture.

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