A unanimous vote was cast Monday night in favor of the resolution to dissolve the Greater Delphi Chamber of Commerce.

The next step in the process to dissolve is to sell the Chamber’s property, said Matt McKean, Chamber vice president. That property is the parking lot and storage facility next to Mitchell’s Mexican Grill. McKean said the property has been appraised at $46,500. There will be a reserve and McKean said the Chamber reserves all rights to reject any and all bids.

The Chamber’s attorney, Miriam Robeson, is handling the bid process. Bids must be postmarked by Dec. 10 to be considered.

The money from the sale of the property will be combined with the Chamber’s remaining funds, which according to McKean is a little over $10,000. That money will be placed in the Community Foundation of Carroll County to be a self-sustaining fund for two scholarships that will be given annually in the Chamber’s name to two graduating seniors of Delphi Community High School.

McKean said there were 11 votes cast at Monday night’s meeting.
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