After an abrupt deadline for Jacksonville Landing tenants to vacate the property, an auction company has been brought in to get rid of the items left behind by Fionn MacCool's Irish Pub.
Luman E. Beasley Auctioneers are hosting the auction on June 16 and say that you will be able to bid on beer novelty items, kitchen equipment, restaurant supplies and more.
The auction will begin at 12:12 p.m at 2 W. Independent Drive with a show preview at 11 a.m.
Some items that will be auctioned include:
- Brand New 10 Ton AC Units
- Deep Fat Fryers
- Stained glass
- 11’ x 16’ Keg Cooler
- Waring Waffle Maker and meat slicer
- Chairs, barstools and outdoor furniture
- Barware and beer novelty items
The City says that set aside $1.5 million for tenant relocation assistance but so far, those former tenants haven't received a dime.
First Coast News asked various sources repeatedly for a breakdown of where the money went or is meant to go. We received only a one-sentence response from Craig Feiser, assistant general counsel for the city of Jacksonville.
“I am not sure if there is such documentation, but will let you know,” Feiser said in an email May 29.