Surplus property


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Surplus property

A building or site no longer in demand for its current use. Unused property owned by the federal, state, or local government may be transferred with minimal or no charge to another owner for rehabilitation and new use.
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The city and EWEB will continue to negotiate the exact boundaries of the area to be put up for sale as surplus, with EWEB being assured it will have adequate parking for its riverfront headquarters building, which is not surplus property.
In line with its own mission to redistribute surplus property, the organization recognized that the older mezzanine, installed in the late 1980s, had performed well and still had several serviceable years left, says Robin Nicholson, SWAP Shop warehouse supervisor.
This is the second time the city manager is asking the City Council to have the fire station declared surplus property.
The 4,500-student district sought to cut down on waste disposal costs and surplus property storage while also helping to improve the environment and educate children.
But in the current survey, half of firms said that surplus property was an issue.
In the survey, half of firms said surplus property was an issue.
In the current survey, half of firms say surplus property is an issue.
DRMS manages the DoD surplus property sales program.
8 million pounds of surplus property around the world to aid in disaster relief and economic development projects.
2) Whether buying motorcycles or selling surplus property or vehicles, e-sourcing--purchasing negotiations conducted online--may prove helpful for law enforcement agencies.
The auction sold 207 lots of goods from the airport's surplus property, including a 1991 Ford tractor which sold for USD13,850.