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Sparks City Council Meeting 11/9/2015

Consent Items: 8.6

Title: Consideration and possible approval to purchase five vehicles from Champion Chevrolet in the amount of $139,940.25.
Petitioner/Presenter: Neil C. Krutz, P.E., Deputy City Manager/Ron Korman, Public Works Manager
Recommendation: Staff recommends that Council approve the purchase of these vehicles from Champion Chevrolet in the amount of $139,940.25.
Financial Impact: $139,940.25 in Motor Vehicle Fund 1702. $1,175,376.00 was approved for project #16-7500, Vehicle & Equipment Replacement Plan in the FY16, and $653,774.96 of budget authority is currently available. $121,051.44 of replacement funds have been collected in this fund for these purchases.
Total Costs: $139,940.25
Fund: Motor Vehicle Maintenance    Account: 604080
Program: 1702 Vehicle & Equip Replacement Plan (16-7500)
Amount: $139,940.25    Budget Status: Budget Exists
Business Impact (Per NRS 237):
    
A Business Impact Statement is not required because this is not a rule.
Agenda Item Brief:

Equipment Services is requesting authorization to spend $139,940.25 to replace four vehicles for the Fire Department and one for TMWRF.



Background:

This request is for the replacement of four Fire Department vehicles #304D, #310C, #317A, #316A and one TMWRF vehicle #24A. These vehicles have reached the end of their life cycle. These five vehicles will be reevaluated and may be reused as a replacement for other older vehicles in the fleet or will be sold at auction.



Analysis:

In sourcing these vehicles, if approved, the City would be using the joinder provision allowed under NRS 332.195, and purchasing these vehicles utilizing the State of Nevada vehicle bid. Utilizing existing bids have historically been the most competitive. Utilizing the “joinder” provision allows the City to precisely define the vehicles needed while foregoing the need to formally bid the item.



Alternatives:
  1. Council could approve this purchase as outlined by staff.
  2. Council could deny this purchase.
  3. Council could direct staff to provide alternatives to this purchase.


Recommended Motion:

I move to approve the purchase of five vehicles from Champion Chevrolet in the amount of $139,940.25.



Attached Files:
     FY2016 Chevy Crew 2500 TMWRF.PDF
     FY2016 Fire BC Chevy 2500 Bid.pdf
     Revised Quotes for 3 Chevrolet 1500.pdf

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