RED BLUFF — The sale of a Musick Avenue property as well as as the repair of a broken HVAC are on the docket for Tuesday’s Red Bluff City Council meeting. A property, 762 Musick Ave., was taken on by the city in January after it was foreclosed upon and there were no purchasers during the initial sale. The city is now hoping to sell the property to two interested buyers. The agenda report on the item said the property had multiple homeless people living in it, and the structure itself was in disrepair. After going out to bid on the property, Harold Sack and Penelope Costa made the highest bid at $101,500, agreeing to purchase the property as-is while the city will pay the cost of the title and escrow. An heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit at the Wastewater Treatment Plant broke Wednesday afternoon, causing fluid to leak over high voltage gear, forcing staff to turn it off. Public Works Director Robin Kampmann will be recommending the city declare an emergency and initiate immediate repair of the 27-year-old system. It was discovered that the failed system was due to condensation causing dry components to become wet while creating ice around refrigerant lines. Automat...