A. The Chief Procurement Officer shall have the authority to sell, exchange, trade in or otherwise dispose of Borough supplies which are no longer used by the Borough or which have become unsuitable for Borough use.
B. Supplies to be sold must be sold through the competitive sealed bidding process established in this title or by public auction.
C. Notwithstanding any other provision in this code, the Chief Procurement Officer may authorize the abandonment or destruction of Borough property which has no commercial value or of which the estimated cost of continued care, handling, repair, maintenance or storage would exceed the estimated proceeds of sale.
D. Upon a determination by the Chief Procurement Officer that the best interests of the public would be served, the Chief Procurement Officer may transfer any surplus Borough supplies to another governmental or quasi-governmental unit or to a charitable, civic, or nonprofit organization; except, that where the estimated value of the supplies to be transferred exceeds $1,000, the transfer may be made only after approval by the Assembly by resolution. (Ord. 2002-29 § 10, 2002. 2004 Code § 16.25.060.)