West Lafayette decides to put construction payloader up for sale – Journal & Courier

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. — The West Lafayette Board of Public Works and Safety approved declaring a 2000 Case 621 CXT Payloader as surplus at Tuesday morning’s meeting.

In addition to the payloader — an equipment machine used in construction to move or load materials such as soil and debris — other items, multiple miscellaneous storage containers, were also declared surplus. While the containers are not worth anything, according to Street Commissioner Ben Anderson, the payloader will be place up for sale.

“We’re going to list the case loader on GovDeals , ” Anderson said, “to try in order to sell it. ”

GovDeals is a “liquidity services marketplace, ” for governmental and educational agencies to sell excess items.

Tiny Purchases agreement

A review of the IT Department’s “IT Purchasing Policy for Tiny Purchases” was approved by the board as well.

This evaluation allows the particular policy the following:

  • The IT Director may purchase any item for the particular IT Department or with regard to any department within the City of Western Lafayette at any time up to and including the cost associated with $9, 999. 99 without authorization.
  • IIT Administrators might purchase any operational supplies deemed necessary to support the particular IT Division or any kind of department within the Associated with West Lafayette within approval and authorization of the IT Director.
  • IIT Administrators may purchase any emergency supplies necessary in a break/fix situation without having prior consent.

Chris Benavidez, director of technology, stated that this is a policy that has been previously in place, but due to his new position as director, the particular policy was reviewed and is effective as of Jan. 1, 2023. According to Benavidez, no changes had been made in order to the policy.

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