Tuscaloosa Needs $1.3M to Replace City Vehicles and Equipment

June 03, 2011

TUSCALOOSA, AL – The City of Tuscaloosa’s City Council recently approved $1.3M to replace 47 vehicles and equipment destroyed by the tornado that tore through the City on April 27, according to the Claims Journal.

The article says taxpayers will be responsible for $760,000 of the total with the rest covered by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

Read the article here.

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