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City of Flint to Hold Online Auction for Sale of Surplus Equipment

courtesy Orbitbid.com

The City of Flint will hold its first ever online auction to sell off surplus equipment and assets on Tuesday, January 15th.

According to a release on the City of Flint website, the auction will be conducted by Orbitbid.com and will take place at 886 East Boulevard Drive in Flint. There will be staff on hand to assist with bidding along with free wireless internet access for those looking to buy.

Some of the items being auctioned off include: trucks, tractors, mowers and power tools. A complete list of items can be found at Orbitbid.com.

For questions on the auction process, call 1-866-ORBIT-06. For questions on equipment, contact Jon Kuiper at 616-560-4992 or by email at jkuiper@orbitbid.com.

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