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Posted on: February 20, 2018

Disposal of surplus Town property

In accordance with Indian Trail Resolution #R160712-03 (adopted in accordance with North Carolina General Stature #160A-266) the Town of Indian Trail has declared the following items under $30,000 to be surplus and is offering the items for sale to the public on a “highest bid process” in “as is” condition. All sales are final; “Bid Winners” will be notified by the Town and items will need to be picked up no later than Wednesday, March 14.   Items remaining will be awarded to the next highest bidder.

 

If you are interested in viewing, bidding or obtaining information on these items you may email Adam McLamb, Director of Public Works, at ajm@indiantrail.org to arrange an appointment and/or place your bid:

 

  • Desk – 30 available
  • Rolling Desk Chair – 35 available
  • Desk Chair – 54 available
  • Filing Cabinets – 9 available
  • Bookcase – 13 available
  • Cabinet – 5 available
  • Misalliance Cubical walls and pieces – Lot
  • Drafting Table – 1 available
  • Folding Table – 10 available
  • Folding Chair – 38 available
  • Conference Table – 3 available
  • Dais – 1 available
  • Side Table – 4 available
  • Podium – 1 available
  • Map Holder – 1 available
  • White Board – 3 available
  • Report Binder – 1 available
  • Lamp – 3 available
  • Printer – 10 available
  • Plotter – 2 available
  • Industrial Coffee Maker – 1 available
  • Mini Refrigerator – 1 available
  • Refrigerator – 2 available
  • Microwave – 1 available
  • Light Fixtures – 3 available

 

 

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