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Ind. City Tightens Take-Home Vehicle Rules

September 13, 2017

The City of Portage, Ind., has tightened its rules about take-home vehicles, giving the city council more say over who gets to take home municipal vehicles, NWI Times reported.

The new ordinance states that the mayor must submit a list of take-home vehicles to the council on Jan. 1 of each year for council approval and restricts take-home vehicles to employees who live within city limits, except for fire and police vehicles. The new rules also allow the council president to strip take-home privileges from anyone deemed to have misused a vehicle.

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