Surplus property sale provisions revised.
be amended to read as follows:
6-13-5. Sealed bids received on the surplus property shall be filed with the fiscal officer of the political subdivision and shall be opened at a governing board meeting at the time specified in the notice required by § 6-13-4, or the governing board may designate an official of the political subdivision and a witness to open all bids before the meeting of the governing board as specified in the notice required by § 6-13-4. The governing board may reject any and all bids. However, if the governing board accepts a bid, it must be the bid of the highest bidder. If no bids are received, the governing board may have the surplus property reappraised pursuant to § 6-13-2, or may, within twelve months thereafter, sell the property at private sale for not less than ninety percent of
the appraised value without further publication or appraisal.
If the property to be sold was created
as a result of an educational program in a school, the school board may accept the highest bid or
it may reject all bids and may
within twelve months thereafter
sell the property at private sale
without further publication.