Items will be auctioned in about one week from one of Pulaski County’s historic venues.
Assets from inside the Pleasant View Rest Home will be sold on June 20th. The county home was shut down due to budgetary constraints earlier this year, but managed to pick up a landmark designation on the National Register of Historic Places.
The county intends to use the sale as an opportunity to get rid of items from inside the home as well as excess items from other departments. The items could be used to generate small amounts of revenue for the county.
The Pulaski County Commissioners agreed to appraise the site for a potential sale in May. No movement has been seen as of yet on the sale of the home itself. The Commissioners will advertise the site in an Indiana Preservationist Publication.
Items up for auction can receive bids on Saturday, June 20th at 10:00 a.m.