County Fleet Faces Outsourcing

August 19, 2010

BROOKSVILLE, FL - Hernando County commissioners on August 17 made several moves designed to reduce a budget deficit that currently stands at $2.3 million, including outsourcing fleet maintenance and halting all vehicle purchases, according to Hernando Today.

Commissioners said the county spends about $252,000 a year on vehicle maintenance, and the fleet department overcharges for simple procedures. 

County Administrator David Hamilton said he will take these cost-savings ideas under advisement and report back formally with a report at the board's Aug. 31 meeting, according to Hernando Today.

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