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City surpluses seven properties

 

October 28, 2021

Gordon Weeks

This city-owned property, half an acre at 224 N. Front St., will go on sale after the Shelton City Council on Oct. 19 declared it surplus along with six other properties. The city estimates it is worth $57,250, but it will be appraised for fair market value.

The Shelton City Council on Oct. 19 declared seven city properties surplus and make them available for purchase.

The council gave preliminary approval at its Oct. 5 meeting. The council is required to hold a public hearing on the surplus of any property originally acquired for pubic utility purposes.

No one spoke during the public hearing in the proposal.

The properties include four adjoining 0.21-acre lots of West Harvard Avenue, with estimated values between $32,380 and $33,035. Two other properties are on 13th Street near Mason General Hospital, one a 2.15-acre lot estimated to be worth...



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