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Final county surplus auction slated this weekend

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The Clark County Surplus Auction has sold law enforcement vehicles as well as school buses. The Clark County Surplus Auction has sold law enforcement vehicles as well as school buses.
LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -

Clark County is slated to hold its final surplus auction of the year on Saturday, Nov. 17.

A surplus of vehicles, small electronics and other items acquired by southern Nevada government agencies will be up for bid.

The auction is set for 9 a.m.

"Our auctions tend to attract large crowds," said David Johnson, manager of the County's Automotive Division. "It's important to register in advance so you don't miss any of the action when the sale starts."

Preview days to view the items will be held in the three days leading up to the auction, the county said.

Contractor TNT Auction will post a complete listing of items set for sale on its website, www.tntauction.com.

The auction will be set at the county storage lot located at 4320 Stephanie Street, off Flamingo Road near Dog Fancier's Park.

Two other auctions were held in March and May.

Surplus items used or acquired by government agencies include those from the state of Nevada, University of Nevada, Las Vegas, McCarran International Airport, Clark County School District, Las Vegas Metro police, and St. George and Washington County, Utah.

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