Smith Sales Company. The items listed in this sale are no longer suitable to use in a school setting because of age, safety factors or application.
The Board of Trustees follows a very strict set of procedures in identifying obsolete equipment and then advertising it appropriately for constituent approval. The policy followed is 7251 Disposal of School Property without a Vote. See the Policy contents below.
We hope that others find the items put on the current "obsolete" list useful and bid on them accordingly. In the mean time, the information given should help provide a better understanding of the process and why items are identified as "obsolete." Like always, the District appreciates your support.The Board is authorized to dispose of a site, building, or any other real or personal property of the District, that is or is about to become abandoned, obsolete, undesirable, or unsuitable for school purposes.To effect proper disposal, the trustees shall pass a resolution stating their decision concerning property disposal. The resolution will not become effective until fourteen (14) days after the resolution is published in a newspaper of general circulation in the District.Should any taxpayer properly protest the resolution during the fourteen (14) days after the date of publication, the trustees shall submit testimony to the court with jurisdiction.Once the resolution is effective, or if appealed the decision has been upheld by the court, the trustees shall sell or dispose of the real or personal property in a reasonable manner determined to be in the best interests of the District. Proceeds from the sale of fixed assets can be deposited to the general, debt service, building, or any other appropriate fund.
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