City of Lake Waukomis, MO
Platte County
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For the purposes of this Chapter:
CONDITIONAL GIFT
A testamentary or living gift and for which the donor restricts the specific use or uses of all or part of the donated property to a particular purpose or conditions the vesting of the gift in the City on the occurrence of a future event.
GIFT RECEIPT AND ACKNOWLEDGMENT
A document executed by the Mayor accepting the gift and including a statement that nothing of value was given in exchange for the gift, a statement describing the gift and its value, the status of the City of Lake Waukomis as a governmental entity organized pursuant to Missouri Statute as a City of the Fourth Class, and a statement that the gift will be used exclusively for a public purpose.
MONEY
Means cash or check.
PROPERTY
Means money or real and/or tangible personal property of whatsoever kind or nature.
UNCONDITIONAL GIFT
A testamentary or living gift without restriction or condition.
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The Mayor or the Mayor’s designee shall have responsibility for the administration of all gifts.
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All gifts shall be used exclusively for public purposes.
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Unconditioned gifts of money may be accepted by the Mayor. Conditional gifts and gifts of physical personal property may be accepted only by the Board of Aldermen of the City of Lake Waukomis by duly enacted ordinance.
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All gifts upon receipt shall be acknowledged by a written gift receipt and acknowledgment executed by the Mayor.
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All gifts shall be recorded in the records of the City and shall include notation of the date of the gift, value of the gift, name of the donor, and, if applicable, the citation to the ordinance accepting the gift. All records shall be retained by the City for a minimum of six (6) years after the completion of the transfer of the gift.