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Bladen County Commissioners have declared several used autos and other items as surplus property and will offer it for sale at a public auction Saturday, April 25 beginning at 11 a.m.  The sale will be conducted at the County Operational Services Building, 272 Smith Circle in Elizabethtown.  All vehicles will be sold “as is.”

The surplus property includes about 50 vehicles.
Other items include, but no limited to a couple of lowboy trailers, 3 trash trucks, a wrecker, a couple of mowing decks, a bush hog and numerous other items.
The highest bid, if it complies with the terms of the sale, maybe be accepted by the County Manager and the sale consummated on the day of the auction.
All are welcome and anyone can bid.
Jimmy Smith will be the auctioneer (NCAL 6178)