UNNEEDED, OBSOLETE, OR UNFIT MUNICIPAL PERSONAL PROPERTY
OF THE CITY OF WADSWORTH
BY INTERNET AUCTION
Pursuant to section 721.15(D) of the Ohio Revised Code, notice is hereby published of the adoption of Resolution 24-02 of the City of Wadsworth, Ohio being:
RESOLUTION EXPRESSING THE INTENT OF THE LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF WADSWORTH TO SELL PERSONAL PROPERTY INCLUDING MOTOR VEHICLES ACQUIRED FOR THE USE OF MUNICIPAL OFFICERS AND DEPARTMENTS AND ROAD MACHINERY, EQUIPMENT, TOOLS OR SUPPLIES WHICH ARE NOT NEEDED FOR PUBLIC USE OR ARE OBSOLETE OR UNFIT FOR THE USE FOR WHICH THEY WERE ACQUIRED BY INTERNET AUCTION DURING THE CALENDAR YEAR 2024 ADOPTING PROVISIONS APPLICABLE TO SUCH SALE BY INTERNET AUCTION AND DECLARING AN EMERGENCY
The auctions shall be conducted on eBay, GovDeals, Craigslist, eBid, Bonanzle, iOffer, ePier, Gov.Planet, Public Surplus or a similar internet auction site. The number of days for bidding on the property shall be ten days or more, including Saturdays, Sundays and legal holidays. No property sold in the internet auctions shall bedelivered to the buyer until payment in full is received and the city’s representative may deduct its standard broker assisted fees. This Council or its representative may establish a minimum price that will be accepted for specific items and may establish any other terms and conditions for the particular sale, including requirements for pick-up or delivery, method of payment and sales tax. This type of information shall be provided on the internet at the time of the auction and may be provided before that time upon request after the terms and conditions have been determined by the representative. This Council will by subsequent resolution authorize the sale of specific items of property and designate and authorize a contract with a representative to conduct the internet auction as to particular items.