Notice is hereby given that the Police Department of the City of Woodbury will be auctioning surplus, found, unclaimed and seized items in an online auction beginning November 29, 2008. The online auction can be found on the internet at Some of the items that will be auctioned are bicycles and electronics, jewelry. Items will remain on auction until the date indicated by the auction company. Potential buyers can access the site 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

For more information on how to participate in viewing and bidding, log onto . All sales are subject to the bidder's responsibility for shipping and handling. All sales are final. The City of Woodbury makes no guarantee or warranty, expressed or implied, (of any nature) as to the condition of the items offered. This auction method complies with Minnesota State Statute 471.195, and Woodbury City code section 2-336.

Please contact Michele Jurjans at 651-714-3600 with any questions you may have. The complete auction list will be posted on the city web site:

The City of Woodbury is subject to Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability by public entities. The City is committed to full implementation of the Act to our services, programs, and activities. Information regarding the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act is available from the City Administrator's office at 651-714-3500. Auxiliary aids for disabled persons are available upon request at least 72 hours in advance of an event. Please call the ADA Coordinator, at 651-714-3500 (TDD 714-3568) to make arrangements.

(Published in the Woodbury Bulletin on Wednesday, November 19, 2008.)

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