Conservation surplus property auctions coming up

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Conservation surplus property auctions coming up

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8/2002

The Conservation Department will sell goods ranging from boats and trucks to office equipment at auctions in Brookfield Aug. 17 and in Salem Oct. 12.

JEFFERSON CITY - Boats, pickup trucks, all-terrain vehicles, farm equipment and office furniture are among the many items the Missouri Department of Conservation will sell at two upcoming surplus property auctions.

The auctions are set for Aug. 17 in Brookfield and Oct. 12 in Salem. Conservation Department auctions typically include sport-utility vehicles, sedans, tractors, lawn mowers and other power equipment. Office equipment seen at most auctions includes copiers, cabinets, shelves, calculators, desks, chairs, filing cabinets, cameras and air conditioners.

This year's auctions are the first in which the MDC will offer laptop computers. Forty laptops will be available for purchase. The minimum bid accepted on the computers will be $50.

Auction items are on display from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. the day before the auction and starting at 8 a.m. the day of the auction. The auctions begin at 10 a.m. Complete lists of sale items and terms of sales are available at the registration desk the day of the sale.

All property must be paid for on the day of the sale and before removal. The Conservation Department will accept cash, MasterCard or Visa credit cards or personal checks with proper identification. For lists of sale items, call the Conservation Department General Services Division at 573/751 4115, ext 3279 or 3283.

- Jim Low -
 



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Conservation surplus property auctions coming up

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8/2002

The Conservation Department will sell goods ranging from boats and trucks to office equipment at auctions in Brookfield Aug. 17 and in Salem Oct. 12.

JEFFERSON CITY - Boats, pickup trucks, all-terrain vehicles, farm equipment and office furniture are among the many items the Missouri Department of Conservation will sell at two upcoming surplus property auctions.

The auctions are set for Aug. 17 in Brookfield and Oct. 12 in Salem. Conservation Department auctions typically include sport-utility vehicles, sedans, tractors, lawn mowers and other power equipment. Office equipment seen at most auctions includes copiers, cabinets, shelves, calculators, desks, chairs, filing cabinets, cameras and air conditioners.

This year's auctions are the first in which the MDC will offer laptop computers. Forty laptops will be available for purchase. The minimum bid accepted on the computers will be $50.

Auction items are on display from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. the day before the auction and starting at 8 a.m. the day of the auction. The auctions begin at 10 a.m. Complete lists of sale items and terms of sales are available at the registration desk the day of the sale.

All property must be paid for on the day of the sale and before removal. The Conservation Department will accept cash, MasterCard or Visa credit cards or personal checks with proper identification. For lists of sale items, call the Conservation Department General Services Division at 573/751 4115, ext 3279 or 3283.

- Jim Low -
 

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