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Chiefland commissioners stalled a proposal by city staff Monday night to sell the timber growing on about 30 acres of a city well site.
City Manager Kevin Gay said two bids came in on the timber, the highest offering to pay about $42,000.
"I'm a vote no!" said Commissioner Rollin Hudson, explaining that a poor market prompted little response from logging companies.
"I don't think we should sell right now," he said. "If the wood market was really hittin', there's be more than two bidders."
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