* At 316 Highland Ave. for $63,000. The lot is near several homes the city recently constructed.
* At 323 Fourth Ave. for $130,000 and at 321 Fourth Ave. for $120,000. The land may eventually be used for a new fire station.
Council also agreed to:
* Spend up to $221,000 for construction of a pro shop at Little Creek Country Club.
* Accept a $109,300 bid from North American Salt of Overland Park, Kan., for salt that will be used by the City Street Department. Finance Committee Chairman Jeff Means said North American Salt was the low bidder.
* Re-appoint Ralph King to the Sanitary Board.
In addition, council:
* Heard that the urban deer hunt in the city is underway. City Attorney Michael Moore said he bagged a doe. Moore said other people have participated in the hunt but he did not know how many deer have been harvested.
* Learned that about 200 people are expected to be in town this weekend for the West Virginia Chiefs of Police convention.
* Heard that the first South Charleston High School football game at Eagle Way was a success.
* Learned that construction of the new fire station at Weberwood is on schedule.
City Clerk Margie Spence thanked everyone who helped make the Mound Festival a success.
City Council's next meeting will be at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 3 on the second floor of City Hall.