WADDINGTON Following an executive session Monday, the villages Board of Trustees has delayed a decision on whether to rebid or hire a realtor to sell its unsold surplus lands.
The board will meet at 6 p.m. Dec. 12 at the municipal building to discuss its surplus properties.
The village offered the sale of four waterfront lots totaling 1.5 acres on the St. Lawrence River and Big Sucker Brook by sealed bid in August.
Adjacent landowners purchased 0.24 acres of property on James Street and 0.46 acres on St. Lawrence Avenue, but sites of 0.46 acres and 0.57 acres on St. Lawrence Avenue and Linden Street were not purchased.
The properties were offered to the highest bidder.
The properties are part of seven parcels equaling 5.02 acres sold to the village in 2007 as surplus state lands in the 2003 relicensing agreement with the New York Power Authority.