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Avon Lake Considers Propane Conversion

December 27, 2012

AVON LAKE, OH – The City of Avon Lake is considering installing  a propane fueling station and converting its fleet vehicles to dual-fuel propane/gasoline, according to the Morning Journal.

A councilwoman presented the initiative to City Council, citing lower gasoline costs, decreased emissions in comparison to gasoline, and a zero-interest loan from the State for the initial investment. Avon Lake mayor Greg Zilka said he is looking for a commitment from neighboring communities to invest in the project by committing to convert vehicles to propane, according to the news source.

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