Cape Coral Considers Interlocal Agreement for Fleet Maintenance

April 21, 2011

CAPE CORAL, FL - Cape Coral is considering an interlocal agreement with Lee County, Fla. To maintain the City’s fleet, according to the Cape Coral Daily Breeze.

City Manager Gary King said he is still compiling information about City equipment that had fallen behind in repairs, though four pieces of equipment in question have since been repaired.

King noted that Lee County has technicians with certifications for repairing emergency service vehicles, but that any agreement at this point is premature as more assessment of City vehicles is required.

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