Procedure to Accomplish Policy Sample Clauses

Procedure to Accomplish Policy. A. The City of Garland shall not, except as provided herein, enter into or renew a contract to purchase, sell, or lease property or services to or from any person or entity who has been:
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Procedure to Accomplish Policy. On a monthly basis, the Managing Director of Customer Services shall produce a delinquent accounts list containing the names of those businesses and/or individuals who are delinquent in paying the City for property taxes, impact fees, utility bills, EMS fees, or damage claims. Copies of the delinquent tax history shall be distributed to the City Manager’s office, Purchasing, Engineering, Planning, and Building Inspection Departments. The delinquent accounts list relating to impact fees, utility bills, EMS fees, and/or damage claims shall be housed in the Customer Service Department. These lists will be available to the City Manager, Assistant City Manager’s, and other departments upon request, to be checked prior to permit issuance or other conduct of business by the City with any business or individual. The City will not do business with any business or individual until the delinquent account is paid in full. The City shall not award any contracts for services and/or goods to any business, firm, and/or individual(s) who are delinquent or have demonstrated that they are not the most responsible bidder.

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