Properties remain unsold

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By Rebecca Morris

Leitchfield’s old recycling center and a nearby church, used for storage, remain unsold.
During Monday’s City Council meeting, Mayor William Thomason said the city had received no takers in its recent attempt to sell the properties, at 121 W. White Oak St. and 209 S. English St., by sealed bids. The minimum bid for each was set at $250,000.
City attorney Ken Smart led the council through a “finding of facts” to declare both properties surplus, which will allow the city more flexibility in how they can be sold.

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