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Cleveland County Purchases CNG Pickups

October 03, 2013

Cleveland County (Okla.) added two new compressed natural gas (CNG) pickups to its fleet as part of the State's larger initiative to convert its fleet to CNG, according to <i>newsOK.com</i>.

The County purchased the vehicles through a factory contract secured by Governor Mary Fallin as part of her to convert the State fleet to CNG. Fallin is one of many governors who have pledged to transition to to a CNG fleet.

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