Following up the move of City Hall to the former HACC campus on Cumberland Street, the City of Lebanon is doing some “spring cleaning” and getting rid of an array of miscellaneous items.

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The 300 items up for sale range from a handful of vehicles, including a couple of decommissioned police cars, to all sorts of office equipment, like filing cabinets, desks, and your pick of mid-century office chairs.

Check out that post-war pleather.

A preview of the items is being held Wednesday, June 15, from 1 to 5 p.m. at the Lebanon County Municipal Building, 400 S. 8th St. All items are being sold as-is.

The online-only auction concludes Thursday, June 16. According to Kleinfelter’s Auction, which is handling the sale, closing will begin around 6 p.m. and will go through all lots in lot order.

To see the items and place a bid, visit the Kleinfelter’s Auction website.


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