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Celling out

Posted by Ralph Ranalli July 30, 2007 12:15 PM


An auction of materials in Holliston's old police station is tentatively scheduled for September 8. Town Administrator Paul LeBeau said the auction is a response to inquiries about items such as a jail cell door, automatic garage doors, and the building's cupola.

"I guess I'm a little surprised at some of the things people are interested in," LeBeau said. The auction date won't be finalized until bids come in for the removal of asbestos and lead residue at the station, he said.

The town will build a new $6.6 million station at the site, and officials expect that to be completed by the end of 2008.

-- Calvin Hennick

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