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Nearly 200 Vehicles Missing from Nassau County Fleet

December 28, 2009

MINEOLA, NY - An analysis examining the inventory of Nassau County's fleet of vehicles and motorized equipment by outgoing county Comptroller Howard Weitzman's Office has discovered that 192 are missing, including several recent-model super-duty pickup trucks, SUVs, cars, and vans.

The report successfully located, identified, and verified the existence of 1,307 vehicles and motorized equipment reported in 32 county departments, excluding Nassau County Police Department vehicles. However, the comptroller's report found "significant discrepancies" between the countywide inventories maintained by the Department of Public Works, which listed 1,486 records, and the county's asset ledger, which had 1,678.

Among the missing vehicles are several Ford Rangers, Ford E-Series models, Ford F-Series models, and two Dodge Grand Caravans. Click here for a full list of missing vehicles.

 

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