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File #: 15-18119    Version: 1 Name:
Type: Consent Item Status: Approved
File created: 5/26/2022 In control: City Council Business Meeting
On agenda: 9/12/2022 Final action: 9/12/2022
Title: Public Auction for Disposal of Surplus Equipment
Attachments: 1. Rolling Stock auction (Exhibit - A), 2. Rolling stock auction - Delegation of Authority, 3. Rolling stock auction - Resolution, 4. Virtual Rolling Stock Auction


Public Auction for Disposal of Surplus Equipment




A.                     Adopt a resolution declaring specific vehicles, equipment, and other miscellaneous items as surplus,


B.                     Authorize said items for sale by public auction on September 17, 2022, and


C.                     Authorize the City Manager to approve certain administrative and storage fees as may be required from time to time for auction events.



Staff Resource(s):                        

Phil Reiger, General Services

Kay Elmore, General Services



§                     General Services provides asset recovery and disposal services to city departments, Mecklenburg County, Emergency Management Services, and INLIVIAN.

§                     Periodic auctions of surplus items are regularly conducted at the City’s Asset Recovery and Disposal facility located at 5550 Wilkinson Boulevard, Charlotte, North Carolina, in Council District 3.

§                     Pursuant to NC General Statute Section 160A-270(b), approval is requested for a public auction to be held on September 17, 2022, at 9:00 a.m. to dispose of city-owned property declared as surplus.

§                     The auction will be virtual with a live simulcast and electronic bidding.

§                     The auction company will be compensated 8.5 percent of the total gross sale price of rolling stock and miscellaneous items.

§                     Proceeds from the auction are distributed to the city’s General Fund and Enterprise Funds (Including but not limited to Aviation, Charlotte Water, and Charlotte Area Transit System), and other agencies based on asset ownership.




Property List

Delegation of Authority


Virtual auction information