Five parcels of land up for auction

By Amy Khuu

Five parcels of land up for auction

March 17, 2014 Updated Mar 17, 2014 at 3:28 PM EST

(WBNG Binghamton) The New York State Department of Transportation will auction five parcels of land as part of the state's Surplus Property Program.

The program aims to return properties no longer needed for transportation purposes into the hands of private owners who can better care for and develop the land.

Land in Broome, Delaware and Otsego counties will be put up for public auction.

The public auction is on Thursday, March 20 at 10:30 a.m. at the NYSDOT Regional Office, at the State Office building in Binghamton, 44 Hawley Street, room 1005.

Registration begins at 9:30 a.m.

Five properties to be sold are listed below:

Town of Colesville – 1.83+/- acres of vacant and level land between King Road, State Route 79 and the Interstate 88 eastbound exit 6 on ramp. There will be no direct access onto either Route 79 or Interstate 88 from this property. Bidding will begin at $67,800.

Town of Colesville – 0.25+/- acres, 215 feet of frontage along State Route 7 and 125 feet of frontage along Main Street. Access will be restricted along the Route 7 boundary. Bidding will begin at $3,300.

Village of Stamford – 0.04+/- acres of vacant land. The eastern edge of this property ends at the river bank along the West Branch of the Delaware River. The property is northeast of the intersection of State Route 23 (Main Street) with River Street and West Main Street. Bidding will begin at $2,200.

Town of Oneonta – 3.18+/- acres along the eastern side of State Route 205 and the north/south direction between the State Route 23 (Chestnut Street) connector and Garden Street. Access points will be on State Route 23 and Garden Street. Bidding will begin at $120,000.

Town of Oneonta – 3.20+/- acres located on the northeast corner of State Route 205 and State Route 23 (Chestnut Street). Access points will be on State Route 205 and State Route 23. Bidding will begin at $180,000.

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