The city of Lebanon is holding a big auction Tuesday.
The city is selling dozens of unwanted items, including four vehicles used by police, the Bureau of Fire and other departments.
Also up for sale is furniture, holiday decorations and an air compressor.
Lebanon Mayor Trish Ward told News 8 that the city is not allowed to throw any items away. So, it must sell them to the public or give them to a neighboring town.
The city holds an auction like this every few years.
The auction begins at 4 p.m. Tuesday at the city maintenance garage at 10th and Oak streets.
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