Disposition of surplus personal property may be made, at the discretion of the contracting agency, under provisions of the Public Contracting Code or the Model Rules or under the provisions of this section.
   (A)   Surplus property is property owned by the contracting agency, such as office furniture, computers, equipment, and vehicles, but excluding real property, that the contracting agency determines is surplus and no longer useful to the contracting agency.
   (B)   (1)   Surplus property may be sold or disposed of in any manner deemed appropriate by the contracting agency including, but not limited to, the informal solicitation of bids, or through an auction, including an online auction, or the contracting agency may authorize the property to be donated or to be destroyed.
      (2)   The contracting agency has the discretion whether or not to advertise the sale of surplus property in a newspaper of general circulation.
   (C)   All proceeds of sale shall be paid to the contracting agency’s General Fund.
   (D)   (1)   All personal property sold pursuant to this section shall be sold as-is without any warranty, either express or implied, of any kind, including, but not limited to, warranties of title or fitness for any purpose.
      (2)   Upon receiving payment for the personal property from the purchaser, a person or company conducting the sale shall execute an appropriate bill of sale, which shall recite that the sale is without warranty, as provided in this section.
(Ord. 02-2012, passed 10-10-2011)