Details for MT VERNON TWNSHP SCHOOLS - Ad from 2019-06-23

Mt. Vernon Township High School District #201 ("MVTHS") by resolution has
determined portions of the old campus located south of Jordan Street and east of
7th Street in Mt. Vernon, Illinois, being those lands shown below, are no longer
needed or useful for educational purposes and are being offered for cash sale by
sealed bids.
All sealed bids in the form as contained in the bid packet must be received at the
MVTHS District Office:
Attention: Superintendent Jeff Fritchtnitch
Mt. Vernon Township High School
11101 North Wells Bypass
Mt. Vernon, Illinois 62864
Phone: 618-244-3700
not later than July 22, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. Bids will be opened at the MVTHS
District Office on July 22, 2019, at 12:00 p.m.
The MVTHS Board of Education will accept the highest bid for cash from
a responsible party within 24 hours of opening of bids. Within 24 hours of
notification of acceptance of a bid, a successful bidder shall provide to the
Superintendent 10% of the bid amount, either by wire transfer or cashier's check.
There has been determined a minimum sale price for the lands of $850,000. There
are additional terms and conditions including title confirmation, environmental
and other land conditions, closing costs, and possible financial benefits. Such
information may be obtained by contacting the MVTHS Superintendent at
the address as shown above. Interested bidders may also arrange a physical
inspection of the lands by contacting the MVTHS Superintendent.

THICK BLACK LINE: Outline of property
Thin Line plus Dotted Line: Norfolk Southern Railway
Thick Dotted Line: Evansville Western Railway
Board of Education of Mt. Vernon Township High School District #201
By: Jeff Fritchtnitch, Superintendent


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