GOVERNMENT

Litchfield Park auctioning off surplus items

Bidding ends 5 p.m. Monday, May 10

Posted 5/4/21

The city of Litchfield Park has teamed up with Public Surplus to auction off items no longer used or needed.

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GOVERNMENT

Litchfield Park auctioning off surplus items

Bidding ends 5 p.m. Monday, May 10

Posted

The city of Litchfield Park has teamed with Public Surplus to auction off items no longer used or needed.

The online auction will run through 5 p.m. Monday, May 10.

To register, see images and  description of auction items, enter bids and view the bidding history, visit the city’s website, litchfield-park.org and scroll down to the Public Surplus link, or follow the link from the city’s Facebook page, @CityofLitchfieldPark.

Big-ticket items include a John Deere 2155/320 tractor and a Mackie 32CH line mixer.

Other items include a concrete turtle, street signs, cabinets, shelving, desks, tables, monitors and stands, pool furniture, a cardio glide and universal gym machine, TV and DVD players, locker units, filing cabinets, office chairs, miscellaneous office equipment, benches, scrap metal and miscellaneous office items.

Winning bidders may pay by credit card or wire transfer, according to the bidding site. Cash, checks or money orders will not be accepted.

Buyers will be required to make an appointment to pick up their items.

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