Town of DeWitt, NY
Onondaga County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town Board of the Town of DeWitt 3-13-1978; amended in its entirety 6-25-2012 by L.L. No. 3-2012.[1]Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Assessor — See Ch. 5.
Attorney and Special Counsel — See Ch. 6.
Comptroller — See Ch. 7.
Officers and employees — See Ch. 30.
Deputy Police Chief — See Ch. 38.
Deputy Supervisor — See Ch. 48.
Town Engineer — See Ch. 49.
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Editor's Note: This local law also amended the title of this chapter, which was formerly Property Manager.
This Town Board does determine and designate the Town Comptroller to be the responsible individual for the coordination of the development and maintenance of the Town's fixed-asset records.
The general responsibilities, municipal policy and guidelines to be followed in the development and maintenance of the inventory records of fixed assets shall be as follows:
A. 
The Town Board hereby designates the Comptroller as the Fixed Assets Manager.
B. 
The Comptroller shall be responsible for developing and maintaining the inventory records of fixed assets.
C. 
The Comptroller shall develop, in writing, the basic rules and regulations to be followed in maintaining the fixed-asset property records.
D. 
Forms necessary for recording the fixed assets shall be approved and supplied by the Comptroller.
E. 
Procedures employed shall comply with all applicable laws and the requirements of the New York State Department of Audit and Control which are issued pursuant to § 36 of the General Municipal Law.
F. 
The minimum standards to be considered for inclusion in the fixed-asset records are:
(1) 
Significant value. Equipment costing $100 or more shall be included in general fixed assets.
(2) 
It has an estimated useful life of one year or more.
(3) 
The physical characteristics of the asset are not appreciably affected by use or consumption.
The Town Board determines that the Department of Property and Operations shall be created.
The Town Board hereby establishes the position of Property and Operations Manager, and such manager shall be responsible for overseeing the Property and Operations Department and shall work closely with the Comptroller and report to the Supervisor. The duties and responsibilities of the Property and Operations Manager shall be as follows:
A. 
To plan, create, organize, direct and/or review administrative procedures necessary to the administration of the Property and Operations Department.
B. 
To develop forms, procedures, protocol and/or systems to ensure the exchange of data and information between all departments, agencies and/or employees of the Town who are involved with property management and daily operations.
C. 
To supervise and review the work of those within the Property and Operations Department and report to the Supervisor concerning the operating of the Department and have the authority to establish policy within the Department as deemed necessary for the proper administration of property and operations management.
D. 
The Superintendent of Properties and Facilities and staff shall report to the Property and Operations Manager.