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If, upon receipt of the Director of Property's report, the Mayor believes that the department having jurisdiction over the Real Property continues to have advantageous use therefor, that the Real Property cannot be more advantageously used by the requesting department, or should the department having jurisdiction refuse or neglect to consent to the requested transfer, the Mayor shall transmit his or her report of the circumstances to the Board of Supervisors, together with the original request for transfer and the Director of Property's report relating thereto. Such transmittal shall be made by the Mayor within 60 days after receipt of the Director of Property's report.
Upon receipt of the transmittal from the Mayor, the Board of Supervisors or a committee thereof shall hold a public hearing thereon, at which all interested departments and individuals shall be given an opportunity to be heard.
After such hearing, if the Board of Supervisors finds that the department having jurisdiction over Real Property no longer needs or has advantageous use therefor, or finds that the Real Property can be used more advantageously by the requesting department, the Board may, by resolution, order that the jurisdiction of such Real Property be transferred to the requesting department.
Any such transfer may be made without limit or for a limited period or under other conditions stated in the resolution.
(Added as Sec. 23.15 by Ord. No. 7919 (1939); redesignated and amended by Ord. 15-01, File No. 001965, App. 2/2/2001)
(Former Sec. 23.18 redesignated as Sec. 23.25 and amended by Ord. 15-01, File No. 001965, App. 2/2/2001)