SIKESTON, MO (KFVS) - The Southeast District of Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) will hold a spring "clean-up" of real estate property.
From March 28 to April 1, MoDOT will "clean-up" its real estate inventory by marketing properties that are no longer needed to build, improve or maintain Missouri's highway system.
The Spring Event will be the Realty to Roads program's third sales blitz-an all-out attempt to sell multiple properties across the state in a short period of time. Thirty-nine parcels ranging in size from one-tenth of an acre to 199 acres will be available for purchase.
Three of the Spring Event parcels are located in the Southeast District.
Two of the parcels could be used for commercial use. One of the parcels is at the Route 60/Dudley interchange in Stoddard County. The 3-acre site has close access to Route 60, as well as good visibility from Route WW and eastbound Route 60.
A 0.98-acre property located on Route PP in Butler County is on the market.
MoDOT's Bonne Terre maintenance facility in St. Francois County is also included in the Spring Event. The 5.88-acre site contains several structures, including a garage, corrugated metal building, material shelter and storage building.
The money brought in through the Spring Event will be used to fund highway projects, along with other maintenance for local communities.
For more information about the Southeast District properties, contact (573) 472-5286 or visit this link.