Tyson Foods Inc. is putting a controversial proposal for a $320 million chicken-processing project near Tonganoxie on hold. In an open letter from Tyson Foods to the Leavenworth County community emailed this afternoon to The Mirror newspaper, group president of poultry Doug Ramsey writes that the company is delaying the process in light of Monday’s Leavenworth County Commission 2-1 decision to rescind intent to issue $500 million in industrial revenue bonds for the project.
Leavenworth County commissioners at their meeting this morning said they no longer are prepared to issue a key set of bonds for a controversial meatpacking plant proposed for a site south of Tonganoxie. On a 2-1 vote, the County Commission rescinded a previous "resolution of intent" to issue $500 million in industrial revenue bonds as part of a plan by Tyson Foods Inc. to build a chicken-processing facility south of Tonganoxie.
Residents pressed local legislators repeatedly about their stances on a proposed $320 million Tyson chicken processing plant during a town hall meeting Friday in Tonganoxie. Sen. Tom Holland, D-Baldwin City, and Reps. Jim Karleskint, R-Tonganoxie and Willie Dove, R-Bonner Springs, all said during the meeting at Chieftain Park that they had numerous concerns about the proposed project, but they wanted more information before landing on either side of the issue.
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