The Portland City Council voted 8-1 Monday to sell less than a quarter-acre in the Bayside neighborhood to Justin Alfond, a state senator who owns Bayside Bowl.

Alfond will pay the city $340,018 for land at 71 Hanover St., which is now used to store the city’s road sand and salt supply for the downtown area.

City officials are planning to move the sand and salt shed to a temporary location nearby to make way for a $2.4 million expansion to Bayside Bowl and new squash courts.

City Councilor Edward Suslovic voted against the sale, because staff did not provide a plan or cost estimate for relocating the shed.