Glenwood officials are calling Saturday’s auction of city-owned property a success.
“It was a very good turnout,” city financial director Brian Kissel said. “It was more than we expected. We’re happy with the numbers.”
In addition to dozens of miscellaneous furniture items, four major pieces of property were sold at the auction - the former city hall building at 107 S. Locust St., the Glenwood Police Station building at 209 Sharp St., the old outdoor swimming pool on North Elm St. and a piece of land near 11th and Linn Streets.
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