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RES 2013-019CITY OF SOUTH LAKE TAHOE RESOLUTION NO ?O1 � -1.9 RESOLUTION DECLARING CERTAIN VEHICLES AND OTHER EQUIPMENT AS SURPLUS AND DIRECTING SALE AND /OR DISPOSAL OF THE ITEMS WHEREAS, the attached listed items have been reviewed by the Fleet Manager and the Finance Accounting Manager and found to be surplus to the safe and efficient operation of the City, and; WHEREAS, the adopted surplus policy allows for the sale to the public of such surplus. NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe does hereby declares these items to be surplus and directs staff to sale and /or dispose in accordance with the adopted surplus sale policy. PASSED AND ADOPTED by the City Council of the City of South Lake Tahoe at a meeting on February 19, 2013 by the following vote: AYES: Councilmembers DAMS, COLE, CONNER, LAINE & SWANSO? NOES: Councilmembers ABSTAIN: Councilmembers ABSENT: Councilmembers ATTEST: ,Susan Alessi, City Clerk /S°��UTH t fr om Davis, Mayor / .,� 2012 -2013 Vehicles and Equipment for Surplus Vehicles UNIT # Description 1. 6182 Van Pelt Fire Truck 2. 1230 Chevrolet Lumina 3. 1255 2004 Ford Explorer Miscellaneous Police Surplus Items Serial # (VIN) 11HFT4488CLZ15943 2G1WL52M6T9275843 1FMZU72KX4ZA87213 Quantity Item 1. 1 Code 3 MX 7000 non -LED fire colors 2. 1 Code 3 LED X 3. 4 Whelen LFL Liberty LED Bar 4. 1 Whelen Cen Com (red) Amp Controller 5. 9 Code3 Siren Amp Controller 6. 5 Touch Pad (Code 3) 7. 2 Siren Speakers 8. 1 Box of Code 3 Circuit Boards for above Amp Controllers Miscellaneous Surplus or Disposal Items Quantity Item 1. 19 Motorola two -way radio 2. 1 Uniden two -way radio 3. 1 Kenwood two -way radio 4. 1 General Electric Radio • Vehicle 6182 is a thirty one year old fire service vehicle that is currently out of service with a worn out clutch. This vehicle has 129,921 miles and 12,636 hours on it. It was a low use reserve vehicle; the equipment was used to help up fit the City's two type three fire service brush vehicles. The two brush vehicles currently fill in as reserve vehicles when needed. The age and safety concerns would make this impractical to put it back in service. • Vehicle 1230 is a 17 year old police vehicle with 84,072 miles on it. The engine overheated returning from training causing catastrophic failure. The projected cost of replacing the engine would be $3,748. The cost of replacing an engine for a vehicle of this age and intended out -of -town use would not be fiscally practical. • Vehicle 1255 is a 9 year old K -9 police patrol vehicle with 101089 miles. The engine has no compression in the #1 and #3 cylinder and has valve train noise. This is a severe duty vehicle that is normally replaced at 4 years. The projected cost of replacing this engine is $6,524.00. The equipment has been removed and transferred to another police vehicle. For a vehicle of this age and intended use it would not be practical to put it back in service. • The police miscellaneous surplus equipment is to be donated to the Inyo County Sherriff Department. This was arranged through Brian Williams. This goodwill effort is used by safety departments through the state. This is equipment longer used in the police vehicles. This type of safety equipment would not be sold at a general auction. The estimated value of this equipment is $950.00. • The FCC has required all industrial /business and safety two -way radios to be narrow banded. The two -way radios on the surplus / disposal list will not narrow band. This is because of age or programing issues. • �1111