The City of Parksville is soliciting offers to purchase eight parcels of land at a minimum price of $2.5 million. (Submitted)

Parksville soliciting offers to purchase eight parcels of land; minimum price $2.5M

Council may choose to proceed with any or none of the offers

The City of Parksville is soliciting offers to purchase the eight parcels of land at a minimum price of $2.5 million.

The lands at 106, 110, 114, 120, 126, 132, and 140 Jensen Avenue West and 212 Alberni Highway are required to be consolidated into one legal parcel.

Offers to purchase must disclose the identity of the buyer, the price offered and any subject conditions the buyer may require and must be delivered in writing to Administration Department, City of Parksville, P O Box 1390 (100 Jensen Avenue East), Parksville, V9P 2H3, by no later than 3 p.m. on Friday, June 28.

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Council has indicated it will evaluate proposals primarily on price, but may also give consideration to future intended uses where the financial offers are relatively equal.

There will be no public opening of offers. Offers received will be presented to city council for consideration and council may in its sole discretion choose to proceed with any or none of the offers. If council chooses to proceed with an offer, the buyer will be required to execute a purchase contract in a form acceptable to the city and no binding agreement for the purchase and sale of the property will be formed until both the buyer and the city have executed the purchase contract.

For more information, interested parties may contact Keeva Kehler, chief administrative officer at 250-954-4660 or

— NEWS Staff, submitted

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