5 Council Designate Equipment/Property as Surplus and Authorize Staff to Dispose of Property Appropriately.

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Meeting Date: April 19, 2016

STAFF REPORT

AGENDA ITEM: Council Designate Equipment/Property as Surplus and Authorize Staff to Dispose of Property Appropriately.

MEETING DATE: April 19, 2016

PREPARED BY: Jesus Chavez Jr, Fleet Public Works

REVIEWED BY: Odi Ortiz, Interim City Manager

RECOMMENDATION:

Council designates the attached list of equipment/property as surplus property and authorizes staff to dispose of them appropriately:

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:

The City of Livingston Department of Public Works currently has two vehicles, a 1973 Chevrolet one ton flat bed truck and a 1994 Ford F250-3/4 ton work truck that are fully depreciated, obsolete, no longer safe to be on the road and have been taken out of service.

For many years, the City has stored a 1967 GMC 8500 fire truck. This truck is no longer in service and is taking up space at the public works facility.

Additional equipment includes a 2006 Rayco RC6D wood chipper which has been replaced with a new unit.

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

ATTACHMENTS:

1. List of equipment/property to be surplused.

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LIST OF EQUIPMENT/PROPERTY TO BE SURPLUSED

1. 1967 GMC 8500 VIN#TM8700AD2196W Fire Truck

2. 1973 Chevrolet 1 Ton Lise. Plate #E624661 VIN #CCZ333Z190301 Flat Bed Truck.

3. 1994 Ford F250 Lise. Plate #E438390 VIN #2FTHF25H7RCA65266\ Spray Truck

4. 2006 Rayco RC6D VIN #1R98109176M210006 Wood Chipper

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