Auction company packing up Winona: Closed hospital has potential buyer, attorney tells court Getting organized

"That's to keep the spirits away, make 'em happy," Brian Hayes explained as he turned past the blaring radio. Auctioneers and the occasional unexplained phenomenon have taken over Winona, as the closed hospital nears an April auction date for its remaining equipment. Hayes, of San Francisco-based Rabin Worldwide Inc., has piled up seven-day workweeks since early February cataloging and organizing the defunct hospital's assets. All that work may go for naught, however, if the auction proposal dies in bankruptcy court...

 

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