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Property considered for sale by state

Modified: July 3, 2013 at 7:57 pm •  Published: July 4, 2013
Properties considered for sale

Oklahoma officials are looking at several other state properties that are categorized as unnecessary or underused and being considered for possible sale.

On the auction block

• A town lot owned by the Department of Human Services in Buffalo.

• A nearly six-acre tract of land owned by DHS in Marietta.

Preparing to go to auction

• A 39-acre tract of land owned by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services near Hopeton in Woods County.

• The old central laboratory, 2123 NE 36, of the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

• A nearly 15-acre tract of undeveloped land at NE 28 and Creston Drive owed by the Office of Management and Enterprise Services.

• A tract of land owned by the Oklahoma Historical Society on the Fort Reno reserve in Canadian County.

Properties under consideration

• The Haskell Building, owned by Connors State College, in Muskogee.

• The State Capitol Publishing Museum, owned by the Historical Society, in Guthrie.

• The former children's hospital on the grounds of the Talihina Veterans Center.