An auction to redistribute goods belonging to the City to the general population
The mayor of the City of Pointe-Claire, Morris Trudeau, is proud to announce that a municipal auction will be held on June 10 to redistribute surplus inventory as well as goods that have been seized, abandoned or unclaimed. Included among the items up for auction are office supplies, furnishings, and various objects such as bicycles, lawn mowers and kayaks.
“It is a unique opportunity for everyone to obtain equipment that was used as part of the City’s activities for a modest price. The goal is to promote the reuse of a plethora of items that are still in good condition by giving them a second life,” notes Mayor Trudeau.
The auction will take place at the Public Works Yard at 50 Terra-Cotta Avenue. Anyone who is interested in attending is invited to arrive around 8 a.m. in order to check the equipment on site. The auction will officially begin at 9 a.m.
The following payment methods are accepted on site:
• Interac ® debit
• credit card (Visa, MasterCard)
Sales are final. There will be no layaways or refunds. Once the auction has ended, buyers are responsible for loading and transporting their purchases.
In order to give back to the people, the proceeds will go towards continuing to improve services offered to residents.
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