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Surplus school and office items available for purchase

surplus tables

      There are a variety of office and school furniture pieces available for sale at Wayne County Schools. The Wayne County Board of Education declared several items surplus during a previous meeting.  Some items sold, but some had no bids. The attached document gives items that received no bids and are open for bidding. 

       If you or anyone you know are interested in any of these items, sealed bids will be taken at the Central Office until Tuesday, October 19 at 2:00 p.m.  All bids will need to be sealed and delivered to the front desk at the Central Office located in the center of campus at 150 Cardinal Way.

For a closer look at the surplus items or further information contact Director of Facilities Justin Alley at 606-348-8484. 

       Any person (employee or not), business, church, organization, etc. is allowed to bid on surplus items.

Flourescent lights

Approximately 72 - T12 40watt 4’ CFL bulbs               

 

Flurecent Lights

 

Approximately 120

 

T12 40watt 8’ CFL bulbs

 

 

 

 

Chairs

6 turquoise vinyl

rolling office chairs

Metal bin

4 - Bradley recessed towel dispensers

(stainless steel - protective plastic is still over)

table

7 Black Tables (2’x7’)

9 Black Tables (2’x5’)

(Table shown is a 7’.  The 5’ look exactly the same)

metal table

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

smaller table

Various wood/metal tables, generally around 5’ in length

cafeteria table with red seats

 

cafeteria table                               

 

 

    

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

16 cafeteria-type folding tables with affixed seating, generally 12 seats per table (a few have 16 seats)

tv cabinet

3 maple TV cabinets with shelves approximately 3’wide, 2’ deep, 5’ tall

desk top

9 oak top computer tables, 2’x5’

teacher desk

Various wood and/or metal teacher desks (Several varieties and conditions - Example shown

round tables

6 round 4’ diameter wooden tables





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