The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Caliente Field Office has proposed an online sale of two parcels of public land totaling 80 acres in Nevada’s Lincoln County for July.
According to a release by BLM, 85% of the funds generated by this sale will be used for archaeological resources, natural resource protection, recreation and wilderness planning, and other opportunities in Lincoln County. Additionally, 5% of the revenue would go to the State of Nevada General Education Fund and 10% of the revenue would go to Lincoln County.
BLM said it is seeking public comments on the proposed online sale of public land in Nevada until July 2
The parcels will be offered no less than fair market value as determined by appraisal. The modified competitive online sale will take place at 8 a.m., PST, on July 21 at EnergyNet.com/govt_listing.pl.
Additional information on how to register at EnergyNet may be found at EnergyNet.com/page/Government_Listings_Participation. Potential bidders may register for the online sale as soon as the auction website is active.
Parcels will be available online approximately 10 business days after the posting of the notice of realty action in the Federal Register. The fair market value for the parcels will be published on EnergyNet website no later than 30 days prior to the sale.
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