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Except for leases or licenses to nonprofit organizations that serve poor or infirm persons or other governmental entities, the city must conduct the leasing of any city-owned real property in a commercially reasonable manner. The city’s facilities director or real property manager or the city department head most directly affected by the use of the real property in question shall make the initial determination that the proposed real estate transaction is commercially reasonable and ensure that the city receives adequate consideration in any lease or license agreement. (Ord. 2974-07 § 4, 2007.)