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Resolution 13-012-CCBOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Grant County, Washington RESOLUTION ADOPTING THE ANNUAL COUNTY INVENTORY OF CAPITALIZED ASSETS. RESOLUTION No. 13- Q(�-CC WHEItEAS, RCW 36.32.210 states that the County Commissioners, on the first Monday of March of each year, must file with the auditor of the county a statement verified by oath showing a full and complete inventory of all capitalized assets for the twelve months pariod ending December 31 St of the preceding year; and WHEREAS, March 4, 2013 is the first opportunity to file with the Auditor; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT HEREBY RESOLVED THAT the County Commissioners certifies the attached Annual County Inventory of Capitalized Assets and �les the same with the Auditor. DATED this � day of , 2013. Yea Nay � ❑ ATTF,ST� � ❑ �� BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Abstain GRANT COUNTY, WASHINGTON � Cindy er, Chair ,�-- � �, k��C.',�� Carolann Swartz, Vice-Chair � Richard Stevens, Member N:\StafflBVasquez\Resolution-Ordinance\Inventory, annua12013.doc Page 1 of 1 RCW 36.32.210: Inventory of county capitalized assets — County commission inventory Page 1 of 2 la7�ide the I_egi�latur� °� Find Your Legislator � Visiting the Legislature a� Agendas, Schedules and Calendars � Bill Information °�; Laws and Agency Rules � Legislative Committees � Legislative Agencies � Legislative Information Center � E-mail Notifications � Civic Education � History of the State Legislature �ut�ida= kh�: L.�g6�la��aw°� � Congress - the Other Washington °� TVW � Washington Courts � OFM Fiscal Note Website ��c�s.� `4��a�h�ngk��n� t7fiI1c/�1 91nt� $iram�ssnmp�A� rAiabwiYn �:�i�� �1dNne iS�tw�rarj� �r��`pXt1; RCWs > Title 36 > Gha tp er 36.32 > Section 36.32.210 36.32.200 �{ 36.�2.210 >� 36.32.235 RCW 36d32.2'� 0 Inventory of county capitalized assets — County commission inventory statemen# — Filing and public inspection — Penalty -- Prosecutions — Taxpayer's action. (1) Each board of county commissioners of the several counties of the state of Washington shall, on the first Monday of March of each year, file with the auditor of the county a statement verified by oath showing for the twelve months period ending December 31 st of the preceding year, the following: (a) A full and complete inventory of all capitalized assets shall be kept in accordance with standards established by the state auditor. This inventory shall be segregated to show the following subheads: (i) The assets, including equipment, on hand, together with a statement of the date when acquired, the amount paid therefor, the estimated life thereof and a sufficient description to fully identify such property; (ii) All equipment of every kind or nature sold or disposed of in any manner during such preceding twelve months period, together with the name of the purchaser, the amount paid therefor, whether or not the same was sold at public or private sale, the reason for such disposal and a sufficient description to fully identify the same; and (iii) All the equipment purchased during the period, together with the date of purchase, the amount paid therefor, whether or not the same was bought under competitive bidding, the price paid therefor and the probable life thereof, the reason for making the purchase and a sufficient description to fully identify such property; and (b) The person to whom such money or any part thereof was paid and why so paid and the date of such payment. (2) Inventories shall be filed with the county auditor as a public record and shall be open to the inspection of the public. (3) Any county commissioner failing to file such statement or willfully making any false or incorrect statement therein or aiding or abetting in the making of any false or incorrect statement is guilty of a gross misdemeanor. (4) It is the duty of the prosecuting attorney of each county to within three days from the calling to his or her attention of any violation to institute proceedings against such offending official and in addition thereto to prosecute appropriate action to remove such commissioner from ofFice. (5) Any taxpayer of such county is hereby authorized to institute the action in conjunction with or independent of the action of the prosecuting attorney. [2003 c 53 § 204; 1997 c 245 § 3; 1995 c 194 § 5; 1969 ex.s. c 182 § 2; 1963 c 108 § 1; 1963 c 4§ 35.32.210. Prior: 1931 c 95 § 1; RRS § 4056-1. FORMER PARTS OF SECTION: (i) 1931 c 95 § 2; RRS § 4056-2, now codified as RCW 36.32.213. (ii) 1931 c 95 § 3; RRS § 4056-3, now codified as RCW 36.32.215.] http://apps.leg.wa.gov/rcw/default.aspx?cite=36.32.210 2/22/2013 K'.. ),