Maintenance

Conn. City May Consolidate Fleet Duties

October 06, 2015

A city audit of the Hartford, Conn., Fire Department recommended that the equipment maintenance division hand over duplicated functions to the Public Works garage located next door, the Hartford Courant reported.

Moving functions such as parts purchasing, inventory control, invoice processing, and light-duty vehicle maintenance to Public Works would free up the department to focus on fire apparatus maintenance, according to an auditor.

The fire chief has reportedly agreed with the auditor's recommendation.

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