OBSOLETE/SURPLUS PROPERTY (PORTABLES) FOR DISPOSAL
The Board of Education of the New Haven Unified School District approved Resolution No. 025-1819 declaring two portable classroom buildings (Rooms 35-38; and Rooms 39-43) located at Pioneer Elementary School, 32737 Bel Aire Street, Union City, CA 94587, as obsolete/surplus, and are no longer needed for the New Haven Unified School District.
OBSOLETE/SURPLUS INSTRUCTIONAL MATERIALS FOR DISPOSAL
ARTICLE 1. Donation or Sale [60510 - 60511]
( Heading of Article 1 renumbered from Article 2 by Stats. 2014, Ch. 923, Sec. 58. )
The state board, the governing board of a school district, or a county office of education may dispose of surplus or undistributed obsolete instructional materials in its possession that are usable for educational purposes in any of the following ways:
(a) By donation to a governing board, county free library, or other state institution.
(b) By donation to a public agency or institution of any territory or possession of the United States, or the government of a country that formerly was a territory or possession of the United States.
(c) By donation to a nonprofit charitable organization.
(d) By donation to children or adults in the State of California, or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing the general literacy of the people.
(e) By sale.
(Amended by Stats.
Developer Fee Accounting
NEEDS ANALYSIS/SCHOOL IMPACT FEE
Current School Impact Fee: