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Norfolk disposes of surplus properties

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Norfolk County has confirmed the sale of another surplus municipal property, this time in Delhi.

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Sold on Sept. 10 was a vacant, fenced lot at 161 Wellington Avenue.

In a note to Norfolk council on Sept. 21, Lydia Harrison, Norfolk’s realty services specialist, said the former Delhi Kinsmen parking lot sold to Nextjen Rental Corporation for $140,000.

In an update to an earlier report, Harrison provided further details about the recent sale of the former Port Dover Medical Centre property on St. George Street to a national numbered company.

In a note to Norfolk council on Sept. 21, Harrison said the former medical centre attracted six bids.

Four of the bids were at $600,000 or higher. After considering a report in-camera on the sale, Norfolk council opted for an unconditional offer of $650,000 from 13110141 Canada Inc.

“The buyer has included supplemental information indicating they will be establishing a laboratory operation to serve the research needs of the natural products industry,” Harrison said. “They look forward to hiring and training staff to support the business.”

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