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  • 1. BEFORE THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR MUL TNOMAH COUNTY, OREGON RESOLUTION NO. 2011-106Declaring the Wikman Building, 4420 SE 64th Avenue, Portland, Oregon, as Surplus Propertyand Authorizing Facilities and Property Management Division to Commence the SurplusProperty ProcessThe Multnomah County Board of Commissioners Finds:a. By Resolution 04-185 dated December 9, 2004, the Multnomah County Board of Commissioners adopted a policy for declaring real property owned by the County as surplus ("Surplus Property Process").b. The Wikman Building ("Property"), located at 4420 SE 64th, Portland, Oregon, is a 5,600 square foot commercial property. The sole County use, a Department of Community Justice Juvenile Division Office, relocated programs and staff as of June 30, 2011, leaving the building vacant.c. The Interim Director of Facilities and Property Management Division ("Director") has determined that the Property is no longer required for County use. The County will soon have no practical, efficient, or appropriate use for the Property, and will have no use for the property in the near future. The Director recommends that the Property be declared surplus.The Multnomah County Board of Commissioners Resolves:1. The Property is declared surplus. Facilities and Property Management Division, in conjunction with the Office of Communications, is directed to commence the public notification requirements of the Surplus Property Process.2. Facilities and Property Management Division, in conjunction with the Office of Communications, is directed to prepare a report to the Board, as specified under the Surplus Property Process, not later than 45 days from the date public input is due.ADOPTED this 8th day of September, 2011. BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS FOR MUL TNOMAH COUNTY, OREGONSUBMITTED BY: Sherry J. Swackhamer, Director, Department of County Assets.

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