Date

Description

Quantity

Market Value

Location/ Department

Date Sold

11/2/20

1987 Dodge Truck, Ram 250, 205,680 miles, Gray, Standard Cab, 8-foot bed, will not start.  VIN 1B7HW24TrHS482098

1

$200

Street Department

 

11/2/20

1998 Ford Truck, Triton V8, 149,239 miles, White, Standard Cab, 8-foot bed, will not start.  VIN 1FTRF17L8WNB56293

1

$600

Street Department

 

11/2/20

2009 Dodge Police Car, Charger, 220,000 miles, Gray, 4-door, VIN 2B3KA43T89H590154

1

$2,700

Police Department

 

11/2/20

Titan 16-foot trailer, dual axle (one axle missing)

1

$150

Street Department

 

11/2/20

Riding Lawn Mowers (1) John Deere F525 3-wheel, (2) John Deere GX 335, (3) John Deere 42-inch, (4) Craftsman 6-speed, 42-inch

4

$50 each

Street Department

 

11/2/20

Programmable Police Radios, 2-way, designed to be installed in a vehicle, brands Vertex, Ericsson GE, and Uniden

15

$30 each

Police Department

 

11/2/20

Camcorders, RCA Model CC631, SONY Model CCDTRV46NTSC

2

$50 each

Police Department

 

11/2/20

Laptop Computers, Panasonic Models CF28, CF29, and CF30

3

$120 each

Police Department

 

11/2/20

Set of 4 Window Vent Visors for Dodge Charger

1

$25

Police Department

 

The Board of Commissioners of the Town of Weldon has declared as surplus property available for sale certain property located at 301 Washington Avenue, Weldon, NC, identified by the Halifax County Tax Office as parcel ID number 1200026 and formerly known as the BB&T building. Parties interested in making an offer to purchase this property can obtain the proper forms and additional information from the Weldon Town Clerk's office at 109 Washington Avenue in Weldon.

This memorandum constitutes the 2020-2021 Budget Message I am required to submit to the Board of Commissioners of the Town of Weldon prior to June 1, 2020 (G.S. 159.11(b)). This message and the accompanying documents put forth a plan for the financial operation of the Town of Weldon for fiscal year 2020-2021. The Town does not operate an intragovernmental service fund nor does the Town’s projected fiscal operation include a capital project or a grant project in 2020-2021.

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WHEREAS, pursuant to Chapter 35, Sections 35.01 through 35.05, of the Code of Ordinances of the Town of Weldon, North Carolina, I have determined that an emergency exists in the Town of Weldon because of the imminent threat of widespread or severe damage, injury, loss of life or property imposed by the Corona virus and resulting COVID-19

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

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