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State to auction surplus property today in Montgomery

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) -

Hundreds of items will be up for bid at the state of Alabama surplus property auction today in Montgomery.

The Surplus Property Division of the Alabama Department of Economic and Community Affairs is hosting the auction at its warehouse at 4590 Mobile Highway in Montgomery. It starts at 8 a.m. Wednesday and continues until the last of the 434 item lots is sold.

Items include vehicles, computers, office furniture and supplies and even ping-pong tables.

The surplus items are no longer needed by state and federal agencies or items that have abandoned by airline passengers at several airports in the Southeast.

To bid, you will need a photo ID and social security number or federal employee ID.

ADECA conducts periodic public auctions, but surplus items are available at any time to city and county governments, state agencies, veterans' service groups and other qualified nonprofit organizations.

For more information about the auction and a list of available items, go to www.adeca.alabama.gov/surplus or call (334) 284-0577.

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