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Region of Queens’ council selling land in Liverpool

LIVERPOOL - The Region of Queens Municipality’s council will be entering two purchase and sale agreements for surplus land in Liverpool, says a Region of Queens media release.
At the regular council meeting Jan. 9, council approved selling five adjacent parcels of land, known locally as the former Gorham School properties. Council also approved selling three adjacent lots off Bristol Avenue in Liverpool near the Mersey River.
“The two sales comprise land that the municipality had acquired a number of years ago, on separate occasions and had declared surplus to municipal use,” said Mayor David Dagley. “The possible development and revenue generated from the sale of these properties and future taxation helps to provide for municipal services throughout the Region of Queens.”
The former Gorham School properties consist of two parcels zoned R-1 (residential) and three zoned I-1 (institutional), being sold to Gregory Thomas for $81,000 plus HST. The closing date of the purchase and sale agreement is Feb. 8.
The three lots of land near Bristol Avenue are zoned C-2 (highway commercial) and are being sold to a numbered company, 3303407 Nova Scotia Limited, for the price of 30,000 plus tax, with a closing date on or before March 31.

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