December 18, 2007
These items are currently in the LPM office, 2722 E Michigan Ave, Lansing. If you donated an item below and would like it back, please contact LPM Secretary Emily Salvette by January 15, 2008 to arrange a time to pick it up. All unclaimed items will be sold at a silent auction on Sunday, February 3, 2008 at the office. Snow date is Feb. 10. Viewing begins at 11 am, bidding closes at 1 pm. No minimum bid! Cash and Carry (bring your checkbook & your truck).
Equipment -13.5" screen Mitsubishi TV (not sure if it works) - fair condition
Equipment -2 scanners - not sure if they work
Equipment -a box w/coffee pot (Connoisseur) & various computer junk (maybe speakers?)
Equipment -old computer w/peripherals
Equipment -Dell computer - Dimension 2400 - with peripherals - works
Equipment -HP Photosmart C4180 All in one Printer Scanner Copier - purchased Aug. 2007(?)
Furniture -2-door tan metal chest with 1 shelf inside 23" x 26" x 22" - good condition
Furniture -3 chairs with arms and wheels - rose fabric - very good condition
Furniture -30 slot wood literature cabinet 26" x 54" x 9" - unfinished - good condition
Furniture -5'X18" table with folding legs - good condition
Furniture -6 folding chairs - from poor to very good condition
Furniture -6' x 4' 6-drawer metal desk - 1 drawer is file size - good condition
Furniture -black metal storage cabinet w/2 sliding doors 42" x 18" x 18" (?) - very good condition
Furniture -desk chair with arms and wheels - brown vinyl and fabric - good condition
Furniture -metal and orange vinyl chair - fair condition
Furniture -tan metal printer cabinet w/paper slot and shelf inside 20" x 26" x 22" - good condition
Furniture -two 2-drawer tan metal file cabinets 15" x 29" x 18" - good condition
Furniture -wood computer desk with shelves and keyboard ledge 35" x 33" x 29" - fair condition (no wheels)
Furniture -wood computer stand with 1 shelf 48"x 28" x 24" - fair condition
Literature - 2 boxes of "vintage" literature including ISIL stuff
Literature -various info from other groups e.g. Mackinac Center, old Reason magazines from 2005-06
Office Supplies -4 plastic or metal clip boards
Office Supplies -8 empty 3-ring binders
Office Supplies -a box of wooden clip boards - 28 legal size, 8 letter
Office Supplies -various office supplies e.g. adding machine, staplers, telephones, paper clips, pens, pencils, reams of paper
Stationery -~1000 9X12 white envelopes with an old LPM address
Stationery -~200 #10 window envelopes with an old LPM address
Stationery -bulk mailing supplies (rubber bands, stickers, etc)
updated 12/13/07 by Emily Salvette email@example.com
I believe it would be wise for the LEC to reconsider their decision to close the State Headquarters. That being said, I do not wish to cause any ill feelings. I know running an all-volunteer organization is a difficult task, and you canít please everyone. The libertarian party did not have an office during the 1980ís and early 1990ís. It survived that.
Consider the following:
* It is only $200 per month.
* The Lansing organization is one of the most rapidly growing affiliates.
* It is a presidential election year.
* The at-large membership was not given a chance for input.
Finally, I have pledged $50 to keeping it open. Only 47 equal pledges needed to make it happen. Anyone who feels as I do should leave a message with:
If that doesnít happen, then I will find myself in agreement with the majority of the LEC. There is no point keeping it if it is not valued by a small portion of the membership.
Just another view
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