Computer equipment auctioned off

City of West Kelowna to hold auction for used computer equipment that is being replaced.

  • Jul. 3, 2015 9:00 a.m.

The City of West Kelowna will put used computer equipment up for auction on eBay beginning Monday, July 6.

As outlined in the city’s purchasing policy, used equipment can be auctioned online.

Up for sale will be 45 desktop computers, 20 laptop computers, 25 windows smartphones and 50 computer monitors.

This equipment no longer meets the cty’s needs but is in good working order. Purchases are as is and are for local pick up only. Interested buyers can access the online auction at www.ebay.ca/usr/westkelownacity.

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