By JIM LANGHAM
Officers of the Bargain Bin met with Paulding County commissioners on Monday morning for the transfer of two lots of county property to the local entity for the construction of a new facility.
The two lots, located behind the old jail, will be the location of a new Bargain Bin. The possibility of a new building occurred earlier this spring when officers of the Bargain Bin received an anonymous gift of $80,000 designated toward the construction of a new facility.
The deal was topped off a few days later when it was learned that $5,000 had been donated through the Paulding County Area Foundation for the acquisition of the two lots located at the corner of Harrison and Cherry streets. That property belonged to the county at the time.