A Resolution of the City Council of Homer, Alaska, Authorizing the City Manager to Dispose of a Used and Surplus Deep Water Dock Fender Units Pursuant to HCC 18.30.010-020 and HCC 18.30.040(b). City Manager/Port and Harbor Director.
CITY OF HOMER
Port and Harbor Director
A RESOLUTION OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF HOMER, ALASKA, AUTHORIZING THE CITY MANAGER TO DISPOSE OF USED AND SURPLUS DEEP WATER DOCK FENDER UNITS PURSUANT TO HCC 18.30.010-020 AND HCC 18.30.040(B).
WHEREAS, The Port and Harbor Department has in its possession eleven (11) used fender units and associated support pile and hardware which it has determined to be unneeded and surplus pursuant to HCC 18.30.110; and
WHEREAS, It is estimated that the value of the fender units and associated support pile and hardware exceeds $5,000; and
WHEREAS, HCC 18.30.020 provides that “ No supplies, materials, equipment or other personal property of a value of more than five thousand dollars may be sold or otherwise disposed of until the City Council has declared, by motion or resolution, such property surplus, obsolete, or unneeded, or that the transaction is otherwise in the best interest of the City.”; and
WHEREAS, HCC 18.30.040(b) provides that “the City Manager may sell, lease, donate, exchange or otherwise dispose of personal property, or an interest therein, to or with another municipality, state, or the United States when and under such terms and conditions as the City Council, in its sole judgment, deems advantageous to the City to do so.”; and
WHEREAS, The Port and Harbor Department and the City Administration want to advertise the sale of the Deep Water Dock surplus the fender units, support pile, and associated hardware; the disposal of which is deemed to be in the overall best interest of the City.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Homer City Council hereby declares the Deep Water Dock surplus fender units, support pile, and associated hardware to be unneeded and surplus and authorizes the City Manager to dispose of it pursuant to either HCC 18.30.010-020 or HCC 18.30.040(b) in the best interests of the City.
PASSED AND ADOPTED by the Homer City Council this 24th day of June, 2013.
CITY OF HOMER
MARY E. WYTHE, MAYOR
JO JOHNSON, CMC, CITY CLERK
Fiscal Note: Revenue amount to be determined.