By: James Pruitt
THE VILLAGE REPORTER
The Bryan City Council approved the auctioning off of the former EMS building at 106 S. Emmet St. The auction will commence at 5 p.m. April 14. Hallock Realty is handling the auction.
The building is 40 by 40 foot cement block structure with a 30 by 30 heated garage with water, floor drain, overhead door and opener. The balance under roof is a conference room with kitchenette, men’s and women’s restrooms, shower and storage room with gas heat and central air conditioning.
The lot is blacktopped.
The property is zoned R-2 and property taxes are $560 per year.
For more information, contact Hallock Realty and Auction Service at 419-636-3116.
A Bryan Fire Department Tahoe will also be auctioned then.
The winning bid for the real estate must put at least 10 percent down the day of the auction with the balance in cash on before 30 days when the deed and title evidence will be delivered and possession given. The truck must be paid for in cash on delivery of title.
Fireworks show set for June 25
The council approved a request from the Bryan Chamber of Commerce to have a fireworks show at Recreation Park June 25.
The fireworks will conclude a day-long event at the park featuring games and food. The community is invited. The rain date is June 26.
In other news, the council received permission to hire a new patrol officer for the police department.
Warmer weather has caused the grass to grow and forced the city to hire some part-time workers to mow grass on city owned lots, parks and the cemetery.
Mayor Doug Johnson said this action is about two weeks early this year.
James Pruitt may be reached at
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