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Posted by Randy on 2013/10/28 4:26:09 (378 reads) News by the same author

Following action authorized by the governing board of directors, Green Hills Community Action Agency has released the list of vehicles and real estate it plans to sell.

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The list includes three vehicles, two houses in Trenton, office buildings in three area communities, and a parcel of land in a fourth town.

According to Chief Executive Officer Aaron Franklin, the houses are a three to four bedroom home on Rural Street and a two bedroom house on Main Street--both in Trenton. Both are currently rented. For purposes of privacy, Franklin said the news release does not include the actual street address. Persons interested in viewing the houses are to call the community action agency to arrange a date and time to do so.

Office buildings for sale by Green Hills Community Action are in Unionville (at 117 South 16th Street), Bethany (41-14 Miller Street), and Chillicothe (511 Elm Street). The agency has a three lot, parcel of land, for sale in Hamilton (on McGaughy Street.) The vehicles to be sold include a 2002 Ford F550 four by four dump truck, a 2003 Ford E250 Econoline passenger van, and a 2000 Ford E250 three quarter ton cargo van. A previous news release said the vehicles and properties are no longer needed and selling them will improve cash flow of the community action agency.

The agency is headquartered in Trenton. (Call 359 3907, extension 1038)

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