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Commission Proposes Pooled Vehicles for Torrington Fleet

December 17, 2011

TORRINGTON, CT - The City of Torrington's fleet was found to be oversized and redundant, with lightly-used vehicles overlapping between departments, according to the Register Citizen.

The findings were discussed by the City's Blue Ribbon Commission, a group of businesspeople who work in the City tasked by the mayor to find reductions in government expenses.

The Commission proposed reducing fleet vehicles and forming a motor pool, the news source reported.

Read the entire article at the Register Citizen.

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