North Adams is re-launching its effort to shed a number of properties assessed at a combined total of more than $3 million.

The Berkshire Eagle reports that among the offerings, which include several that failed to attract any bidders in previous rounds, are the former Nortre Dame Church and school building on East Main Street and the former Sullivan Elementary School on Kemp Avenue.

The Notre Dame property is valued at $1.2 million, while Sullivan is assessed at $2.1 million.

Two other properties, the salt shed on Ashland Street and a plot of land in Pownal, Vt., also will be put out to bid, according to a communication sent to the City Council by Mayor Thomas Bernard this week.

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