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File #: 12-0129    Version: 1
Type: Agenda Item Status: Approved
File created: 1/18/2012 In control: Board of Supervisors
On agenda: 3/27/2012 Final action: 3/27/2012
Title: Chief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts Division, recommending the Board: 1) Declare a 1991 Dodge Ramcharger, Serial No. 3B4GM07Z0MM028579, County tag number 32234 as surplus; and 2) Approve the transfer of same vehicle to Meeks Bay Fire Protection Unit, Search and Rescue.
Attachments: 1. A - Surplus Form.pdf
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Chief Administrative Office, Procurement and Contracts Division, recommending the Board:
1) Declare a 1991 Dodge Ramcharger, Serial No. 3B4GM07Z0MM028579, County tag number 32234 as surplus; and
2) Approve the transfer of same vehicle to Meeks Bay Fire Protection Unit, Search and Rescue.
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Fiscal Impact: This vehicle's value has depreciated to zero and is not usable by the Sheriff's Office. The Board is asked to authorize an agreement for the donation of one (1) 1991 Dodge Ramcharger, Serial #3B4GM07Z0MM028579, County tag number 32234 to Meeks Bay Fire Protection Unit, Search and Rescue.

Reason for Recommendation: In May 2003 one (1) 1991 Dodge Ramcharger SUV (County tag #32234) was donated to the Meeks Bay Fire District to help them in assisting El Dorado County Sheriff's Office with rescues. The vehicle is over the Fleet mileage specifications for this vehicle class and is unusable to the Sheriff's Office standards. This vehicle transfer took place in 2003 and a new certificate of title was issued on January 29, 2004, it was believed that the necessary paperwork was completed, when in fact the paperwork had been filed away by a former Sheriff's Office employee. The Sheriff's Office is requesting that the vehicle transfer now be formally completed.

Property determined to be surplus to the needs of various departments is offered to other County departments in accordance with Purchasing Ordinance 3.12.190 - Surplus Pool. The attached list of "surplus property" reflects those items that remain surplus to the needs of the County. The Purchasing Agent will dispose of said property in accordance with the Purchasing Ordinance as noted in Section 3.12.210 and Section 3.12.220 thereof by means of auction, direct sale or donation. The transfer of personal property to such organizations shall be made in accordance with Government Code sections 25365 and 25372, and pursuant to a written agreement.

Action to be taken following approval: Upon approval of ...

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