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KINGMAN - The City of Kingman was the only bidder when Mohave County auctioned off a near half-acre parcel during the Jan. 21 board of supervisors meeting.

Public Works Director Rob Owens offered $60,000 for the downtown Kingman property that could be sold for no less than $58,450.

The board authorized the sale that will transfer ownership to the city. The .46 acre parcel and the near 1,100 sq. ft. square-shaped, brick building are located just west of the county administration facility, across the two lanes of Route 66.

Owen said the city intends to build a lift station there. He said it is part of a plan to remove from the wash and reroute lines leading to and from the wastewater treatment facility a couple of miles away.

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