City planners this week unveiled three design options for the remainder of the former Tyson factory site at Huntsville and Happy Hollow roads.
City officials want to know what residents would like to see happen to the former Tyson factory property at Huntsville and Happy Hollow roads.
Kum & Go is one step closer to building a new gas station southeast Fayetteville.
The city won’t be paying to demolish the dilapidated former Tyson Mexican Original factory in southeast Fayetteville after all.
Two City Council members want to make sure proceeds from the recent sale of the former Tyson Mexican Original plant are put back into the surrounding southeast Fayetteville community.
A dilapidated factory in southeast Fayetteville will be torn down to make room for a new convenience store.
City Council members voted Tuesday to give two interested parties an opportunity to up the amount they’re willing to pay for the abandoned factory at Huntsville and Happy Hollow roads.
Mayor Lioneld Jordan and members of the City Council walked from room to room inside an abandoned factory in southeast Fayetteville to survey its condition Monday afternoon.
A vacant, dilapidated factory in southeast Fayetteville may soon be torn down to make room for a Kum & Go gasoline station.