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CITY OF DELPHOS
An equal Opportunity Employer
Civil Service Status: UnclassifiedDept/Div: Maintenance
Employment Status: Permanent
Reports to: Safety Service Director
FLSA Status: Exempt
Position Title: Maintenance Superintendent
Pay: By ordinance
The Council for the City of Delphos has passed a resolution to authorize the Administration to sell personal property that is unneeded, obsolete, or unfit for municipal purposes by internet auction.
The items to be auctioned shall be inventoried, listed by department, given an appropriate identification number, and contain pertinent information (e.g., year, make, model, mileage, vin number, serial number. Each Department Head shall determine said property that is no longer needed for public use, obsolete or unfit for the use for which it was acquired and shall submit that property with the suggested minimum price to be sold via internet to the Safety Service Director.
The Safety Service Director is official point of contact for all internet auctions and shall be responsible for:
The internet auction will be conducted in the following manner under the following general terms and conditions;
GovDeals, Inc. shall collect all auction proceeds by means of PayPal, credit card or wire transfer. The Client pays a 5% fee, but not less than $5.00, and the winning bidder pays a 7.5% Buyers Premium.
GovDeals, Inc., will remit the auction proceeds, minus its fees and the 7.5% percent “Buyer’s Premium” to the City on a weekly basis.
The Safety Service Director shall publish notice of the Council’s intent to sell surplus property in a newspaper of general circulation in the municipal corporation or as provided in section 7.16 of the Revised Code, notice of its intent to sell unneeded, obsolete or unfit municipal personal property by internet auction. Said notice shall include a summary of the information and shall be published twice. The second notice shall be published not less than ten nor more than twenty days after the previous notice. A similar notice also shall be posted continually throughout the calendar year in a conspicuous place in the Municipal Building. The notice shall be posted continually throughout the calendar year on the City’s website.