Consider the hut. Its real name is unknown. For all anyone knows, it might have been used as a storage shed or for some other purpose. The U.S. Department of Interior sought to get rid of the squat, 95-square-foot stone pile in 2010. It was crumbling and had not been used in years. Alas, the DOI had no such luck….(read more at Brookings Institution’s FixGov Blog)
Why Can’t the Federal Government Sell Unneeded Real Property More Quickly?
June 24, 2015