Borough wants to sell unused armory
July 1, 2021
The borough is selling the unused National Guard armory at 101 Second Ave. The armory was built in 1982 on land leased from the city, and the building was turned over to the borough when the Guard shut down its Wrangell operations in 2017.
The 30-by-40-foot, wood-frame metal-sided building on a 0.21-acre lot has been appraised at $110,000. The borough has set a minimum price for the sale at $99,000.
The borough had planned to sell the property by outcry auction, but the decision was postponed at the June 8 assembly meeting when Assemblymember David Powell asked that the borough sell the bui...
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