Ever since the county's tax assessors opened shop in the McDuffie County Government Center in August, their previous office building has remained unused.
The building at 406 Main St. is 3,250 square feet and is primarily made up of individual offices. The building formerly served as the Georgia Power's local office.
The McDuffie County Board of Commissioners plans to sell or lease the building. Any interested party should submit a proposal to the board by Friday, Sept. 30, so the board can act on Oct. 5, said Chairman Charlie Newton at a meeting Tuesday.
After weighing the options, the board will come to a decision on behalf of the county, said County Manager Don Norton.