The city of Athens has released the findings from community meeting about the redevelopment of the former Pilgrim's Pride plant.
The 32-acre property is located off Sussex Drive near Hwy. 31.
The contractor says the land can become a park.
It also came up with other plans that add an area for townhomes or even a hotel.
At this time, the city has not decided what to do with the land.
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