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N.J. County to Provide Fleet Services to Township

September 08, 2016

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The Township of Washington and Bergen County in New Jersey have agreed to a shared fleet services contract, allowing the county to provide services for the town’s 15 vehicles, the Pascack Press reported.

The township had previously used private vendors. County officials said they expect to save the township money, but Township Administrator Mary Anne Groh told the newspaper she didn’t know how often the township would use county services or if there would be savings.

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