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City of Detroit Lakes selling 150 items from city hall in online auction, bidding closes Nov. 28

The city of Detroit Lakes is selling 150 different items from city hall in an online auction as city staff prepare for a city hall remodel project in coming weeks. Bidding for the items, including a framed puppy portrait, will close on Nov. 28.

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A puppy print in a frame from Detroit Lakes City Hall is displayed on Govdeals.com online auction website as the city sells various items in preparation for the remodel of city hall.
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DETROIT LAKES — The city of Detroit Lakes has listed 150 different items from city hall on an online auction site as city staff prepare to clear the building for their upcoming city hall remodel project.

The auction is being hosted at: www.govdeals.com , and some of the items included are: a framed puppy portrait print, other framed art prints, office chairs, cabinets, desks and aerial wall maps of the city, among other items. Bidding for the auction items closes on Nov. 28.

Shipping is also not available for the items, according to the listing. All items must be picked up, by-appointment only, at city hall in Detroit Lakes on Nov. 29 and 30 from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Minimum bids for the items range from $1 to $10

The Detroit Lakes City Council approved a $7.7 million city hall remodel project during their Oct. 27 meeting and the new, two-story remodeled building is scheduled to be complete in spring 2024.

For questions relating to the auction please contact Steve at: 218-846-7171.

Related Topics: DETROIT LAKESBECKER COUNTY
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