LPS Property Resolution

Resolution Regarding Property Abandoned, Obsolete, Undesirable or Unsuitable for School Purposes of the Laurel School District #7 & 7-70

WHEREAS, Section 20-6-604, Montana Code Annotated, provides in pertinent part: (1) Whenever the trustees of a district determine that a site, building, or any other real or personal property of the district is  or is about to become abandoned, obsolete, undesirable, or unsuitable for the school purposes of the district, the trustees may sell or otherwise dispose of the real or personal property. If a decision to sell or dispose of property is made,  the trustees  shall adopt a resolution to sell or otherwise dispose of the district real or personal property because it is or is about to become abandoned, obsolete, undesirable, or unsuitable for the school purposes of the district.  (2)  The resolution may not become effective for 14  days after the notice required in subsection (3) is made. (3) The trustees shall provide notice of the resolution in the manner  required for school elections in  20-20-204.

WHEREAS, pursuant to Section 20-6-604, Montana Code Annotated, the Board of Trustees of Laurel School District, has found that the following property is obsolete, undesirable, or unsuitable for school purposes;

113 Nooks, Kindles, ipads and chromebooks 65 Monitors

35  Computer towers and laptops

26 Projectors

15 Switches and routers

10 Cameras and doc cameras

1O TVs, DVRs, VHS players, and VHS rewinders 16  Misc. electronic items

277  Workbooks

4  Chairs

1 10" Table saw

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Board of Trustees of Laurel School District, shall place the following real property on the open market, advertise the real property as being for sale and sell the same if a qualified buyer makes an acceptable offer to the District:

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, in accordance with District practice and as required by Sections 20-6-604 and 20-20-204, Montana Code Annotated, this Resolution shall be posted in three different places in the district and published in Laurel Outlook, the newspaper of general circulation in the  District.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the resolution shall become effective fourteen (14) days after such publication and posting if, in accordance with Section 20-6-604, Montana Code Annotated, no taxpayer appeals this Resolution prior to February 15, 2018, by filing a verified petition with the Clerk of the District Court setting out in detail the objections to the adoption of the Resolution or the disposal of the property and serving a copy of such petition upon the School  District.

DATED this 22nd day of January, 2018

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Laurel School District

Signed by:

Doug LeBrun, Chairperson of the Board

Donnie McVee, Clerk of the Board





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