Starting next week, Fayetteville City Council members will try to pass a measure to sell two acres of the Tyson property on Huntsville and Happy Hollow Roads to Kum & Go for a price tag of nearly one-million dollars.
The gas station is reportedly offering city officials $900,000 for the property so it can build a convenience store there.
The property once housed a Tyson Mexican Original taco and corn chip factory.
Fayetteville later built a fire station on the property, but the old Tyson structure still stands.
The city council will take up the measure on Tuesday, January 15.