MONROE, N.C. — Tyson Foods plans to spend $5 million on new equipment at the company’s poultry processing plant in Monroe. The Union County Board of Commissioners and the Monroe City Council awarded separate economic development grants worth a combined $225,000 to secure the project.
|Bobby G. Kilgore, mayor of Monroe|
“Tyson Foods has been an employer in our city for decades,” said Bobby G. Kilgore, mayor of Monroe. “We are so glad the support we demonstrated has resulted in our winning this latest project and securing even more employment opportunities for years to come.”