Agenda Item
Meeting Date: 3/11/2019 - 7:00 PM
Category: Consent Agenda
Type: Action
Subject: 12.11 (Item #11) Resolution 18/19-45: Disposition of Surplus Personal Property
LCAP (Local Control Accountability Plan) Goal:
Goal 1: All students will receive a high quality education in a safe and welcoming environment with equitable and high expectations, access to technology, and instruction in the California State Standards that prepare them for college and/or career.
Policy:
Enclosure: Resolution 18/19-45 Disposition of Surplus Personal Property
Exhibit "A"
File Attachment:
Resolution 1819-45 Disposition of Surplus.pdf
Exhibit A Surplus Personal Property.pdf
Summary: Education Code Section 17546 provides that the surplus personal property owned by the District may be disposed of at a private sale without advertising if the Board by a unanimous vote by those Board members present determine that the value of the surplus property is insufficient to defray the cost of arranging a sale. District staff have determined through independent market research that each piece of equipment listed in Exhibit “A” is valued at less than $2,500 and is suitable for disposal at a private sale without advertising.
Funding: N/A
Fiscal Impact
Recommendation: Approve Resolution 18/19-45: Disposal of Surplus Personal Property.
Approvals:
Recommended By:
Signed By:
Laura Warner - Administrative Secretary
Signed By:
Bert Balba - Director of Transportation
Signed By:
Elizabeth McClanahan - Director of Purchasing and Warehouse
Signed By:
Nance Juner - Director of Fiscal Services
Signed By:
Rose Ramos - Chief Business Officer
Signed By:
Dr. Nellie Meyer - Superintendent
Vote Results:

Original Motion
Member Linda Mayo Moved, Member Debra Mason seconded to approve the Original motion 'Approve Resolution 18/19-45: Disposal of Surplus Personal Property.'. Upon a Roll-Call Vote being taken, the vote was: Aye: 5 Nay: 0.
The motion Carried 5 - 0
   
Linda Mayo     Yes
Joanne Durkee     Yes
Brian Lawrence     Yes
Debra Mason     Yes
Cherise Khaund     Yes