The City of Kennesaw is currently accepting proposals for any items listed below.
Kennesaw Code of Ordinances, Sec. 2-141. states that: “Purchases in excess of $3,000 shall be made on the basis of bids unless such purchase is made through the state under the state contract system, in which event no further bids shall be required.”
Kennesaw Code of Ordinances Sec. 4.07 states that: “Subject to other provisions of state and federal law, the mayor and council may sell any city property which is obsolete, surplus, or unusable at public sale with no less than 15 days’ written notice to the public following the appropriate action declaring the property obsolete, surplus, or unusable at a regular meeting of the mayor and council, for such consideration as received; provided, however, the mayor and council shall not be obligated to sell such property unless the mayor and council consider the price to be equitable and just. In accordance with Code Section 36-37-6(b) of the O.C.G.A., as amended, surplus property with an estimated value of $500.00 or less, as determined by the finance director, city manager, or his or her designee, may be sold in the open market without advertisement and without acceptance of bids. Notice of the sale of surplus property may be posted on city bulletin boards so as to make it open market.”
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
There are currently no proposal requests.