Maintenance

New Building May Allow Johnson County to Centrally Manage Fleet

July 08, 2013

With the construction of a new facility that was damaged in a fire, Johnson County, Iowa, may be able to centrally manage its fleet and house its technicians, Board of Supervisors chairwoman Janelle Rettig told the Iowa City Press-Citizen.

Departments currently manage vehicle maintenance for their own vehicles or fix them independently.

Read the full article at the Iowa City Press-Citizen.

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