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Oregon bidder takes armory for $110,000

 

August 5, 2021



The borough received just one bid for the unused National Guard armory on Second Avenue. It had set an asking price of $110,000 for the 1,200-square-foot structure, and that was the amount offered by the only bidder: Tim Gardner, of Oregon.

Bids closed last Friday.

“It would have been nice for it to go up, but that’s OK,” Borough Clerk Kim Lane said of the minimum bid.

The borough is waiting to receive Gardner’s final payment before signing the deed and officially transferring the property to him, Lane said..

The armory, built in 1982, sits on a 0.21-acre lot, and was in use until...



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