GOVERNMENT

Litchfield Park auctioning surplus items

Bidding ends June 21

Posted 6/9/21

The city of Litchfield Park is again auctioning surplus items, including a Mackie 32CH line mixer with wireless microphones, Tascam dual cassette, Crown amplifier and Anvil 22sp mixer.

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GOVERNMENT

Litchfield Park auctioning surplus items

Bidding ends June 21

Posted

The city of Litchfield Park is again auctioning surplus items, including a Mackie 32CH line mixer with wireless microphones, Tascam dual cassette, Crown amplifier and Anvil 22sp mixer.

Bidding on the mixer, described as in excellent condition, starts at $500.

Other items include a Cardio Glide machine, desks, tables, office chairs, filing and other cabinets, shelving, monitors and stands, TV and DVD players, benches, soccer nets, gas barbecue grill, pool steps and a pool basketball hoop.

Bidding will run through Monday, June 21, with items closing at different times that day.

To register, see images and a description of auction items, enter bids and view items’ bidding history, visit publicsurplus.com and click on the Search tab, or follow the link from the city’s Facebook page, @CityofLitchfieldPark.

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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