Lynchburg City Council: Have You Considered eBay?
Yesterday, Lynchburg City Council met and considered removing the passenger car that is behind this engine on display at Riverside park.
The car is corroded beyond repair, according to a report found on WSET. The cost of removal is reported to be estimated at 18,000 dollars and the Parks and Recreation Department plans to apply for a Federal Grant for the removal.
When I read this my first thought was eBay. Odder things have been sold there, and could this be something that could be income for Lynchburg rather than cost?
Of course, this may be a totally off the wall idea.
Maybe like selling your foreheads for advertising space, which is being done by some Lynchburg Liberty University Students. (Bidding is up to 50 dollars now)
But nothing ventured is nothing gained, and they could use any profit they make for a worthwhile cause, for instance the Lynchburg Food Bank.
Well, never mind, if the grant money is there why not soak the Federal Government, and let the tax payers bear that small burden.