City Council Designation of Equipment/Property as Surplus and Authorizing Staff to Dispose of Property Appropriately.

Meeting Date: April 16, 2013

Agenda Item #6. City Council Designation of Equipment/Property as Surplus and Authorizing Staff to Dispose of Property Appropriately.

 

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You can find a copy of the proposed ordinance in the Counter Copy of the Agenda Packet at City Hall

 

STAFF REPORT

AGENDA ITEM: City Council Designation of Equipment/Property as Surplus and Authorizing Staff to Dispose of Property Appropriately.

MEETING DATE: Apri116, 2013

clip_image001PREPARED BY: Ruben Chavez, Chief of Police

REVIEWED BY: Jose Antonio Ramirez, City Manager

RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends that the City Council designate the attached lists of equipment/property as surplus and authorize the City Manager to dispose of such property appropriately pursuant to Title I, Chapter 12 of the Livingston Municipal Code.

BACKGROUND/DISCUSSION:

Through the years the City of Livingston Police and Public Works Departments have purchased new vehicles along with obtaining used vehicles through various entities. However, some of these vehicles are no longer in use and have never been properly disposed of. Currently all vehicles are no longer being used in day to day operations and are being stored at the Public Works Yard. These vehicles no longer have a purpose and have cost the City just to maintain them. Staff recommends that this surplus property be disposed in the appropriate manner.

Attachment 1:

I. Ford Crown Vic. (Police Unit) No longer in service.

2. Ford Crown Vic. (Police Unit) No longer in service.

3. Ford Crown Vic. (Police Unit) No longer in service.

Attachment 2:

As noted in Attachment 2, this surplus property has become either outdated or can no longer be used in day to day operations. To meet grant requirements, some property listed on Attachment 2 has to be inventoried for surplus. Staff has inventoried all equipment and is requesting the City Council to designate all property listed in Attachments I and 2 as surplus property.

FISCAL IMPACT:

None.

ATTACHMENTS:

Attachment

1, Police Department Surplus Property Attachment

2, Public Works Department Surplus Property

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