We would like to thank all our friends and patrons for your calls about our well being, it truly shows how special our customers are. We did not receive any water in our building at the Livingston location. However, some of our employees had water in their homes and lost everything, some with no flood insurance. In the Livingston Parish community approximately 75% of homes had some type of flood damage. We are devastated by this event but our community has banned together and we are on the way to recovery. Thank you again for your continued prayers. Henderson Auctions Owners & Staff www.HendersonAuctions.com 800-850-2252
Woodworking Equipment Moving Auction this Week 9/19 Henderson Auctions has been commissioned to sell surplus inventory from Holmes Building Materials due to a location move, all items will sell to the highest bidder. Bid and Preview Lots Below: https://www.proxibid.com/asp/Catalog.asp?aid=151044
Sold for $9 million! New St. Tammany land owner bought property on a whim Brittany Tully - Asst. Marketing Director (Livingston, LA.) - Meet C harles Beasley, the former CEO of the Baptist Communities Ministries charitable foundation. He is the new owner of Wadsworth Estates, the Mandeville development sold with us on Thursday. (Courtesy of Charles Beasley & NOLA.com) Familiar with the property but not knowing the story behind it, Beasley told NOLA.com that he bought the 92-acre land for $9 million on a whim. He and his partners plan to revive the property into a residential and commercial property. "The only reason I own that property is because I'm old school and read the newspaper everyday," said Beasley, a long-time resident of Mandeville.