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Free, come get: Flat Rock seeks bids for removing buildings

The Flat Rock Village Council seeks bigs to remove the old Course Doctors office and the cart barn. The Flat Rock Village Council seeks bigs to remove the old Course Doctors office and the cart barn.

FLAT ROCK — The Village of Flat Rock is seeking bids for someone to remove two buildings from its new park property at the former Highland Lake Golf Club.

The Village Council has determined that it will have no use for the old Course Doctors office and the cart barn when it makes improvements to the 66-acre park.

"If anyone would like to have them, if they would dismantle them and take them away, that would be the best of all worlds for the Village," Mayor Bob Staton said. "We need to dispose of the two buildings."
Engineers say that the concrete floor of the cart barn can be used for the pavilion the village plans as part of the phase 1 improvements. Moving of the building "must be undertaken with caution so as not to damage the concrete floor," the village said in a legal notice seeking bids for the buildings' removal.
ParkCartBarnThe 2,400-square-foot cart barn has two attached sheds.The office is a one-story 1,200-square-foot building with bathroom fixtures, tile ceiling, florescent lights and a heat pump system that "are considered to be in good, usable condition. The golf cart barn is 2,400 square feet with two attached sheds. Sealed bids are due by 4 p.m. on Jan. 3. Read the legal ad here: http://www.hendersonvillelightning.com/legal-ads/129-public-notices.html
The village will keep the clubhouse for possible use as a community event center and for use by the Flat Rock Park and Recreation Foundation.
The park is scheduled to open to the public for walking on Dec. 15. Engineers are currently working on plans for a new entrance and roadway into the park. When that job starts, the contractor will cordon off the section of the park where the work is under way.