Certain provisions of the Revised Code of Washington impose additional and/or inconsistent conditions on the leasing of city-owned real property. Where necessary, the city shall comply with those laws, treating them as limited exceptions to this article. The following are merely examples of these laws as they may from time to time be amended. The advice of the city attorney’s office should be sought whenever there are questions about the application of laws to proposed leasing transactions:
A. Chapter 35.94 RCW, relating to the lease or sale of land, property or equipment originally acquired for public utility purposes, imposes additional steps to those otherwise required in other sections of this article.
B. Chapters 39.33 and 39.34 RCW impose additional steps to those otherwise required in other sections of this article. These statutes affect intergovernmental real estate transactions where the estimated value of the property exceeds fifty thousand dollars.
C. RCW 35.42.010—35.42.090, relating to leasing of city-owned land where the purpose of the lease is to erect a building for city use and lease back the building, impose additional conditions to those already required in other sections of this article. (Ord. 2974-07 § 7, 2007.)