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Ohio City Slashes Take-Home Fleet

October 04, 2016

The City of Toledo, Ohio, has reduced the number of take-home vehicles from 82 to 49 in an effort to cut costs, the Toledo Blade reported. Sixty-one vehicles are assigned for take-home use, but of those only 49 are going home with employees every night.

The city’s finance director said the city would save $84,000 a year by reducing its take-home fleet. 

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