Flomaton surpluses two buildings

Council's action will allow the town to negotiate sale price on two buildings on Ringold St.

In its effort to get out of the real estate business and sell buildings owned by the town of Flomaton, the town council voted Monday afternoon to declare the buildings at 2114 and 2116 Ringold St., as surplus property, which will allow the town to negotiate the sale price without having to bid out the sale.

Should the town put the buildings up for bids, state law would require the minimum bid to be at least the appraised value.

Mayor Dewey Bondurant, Jr., told the council that he had someone interested in purchasing one building. Both buildings are connected with the same roof.

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