City of South Jordan Replacing Vehicles After 5 Years of Deferment

October 16, 2013

The City of South Jordan, Utah, council has agreed to replace one third of its vehicles after five years of no significant vehicle replacements, the South Valley Journal reported. The city council approved to dedicate $678,000 from the budget surplus and apply for a $1.2 million loan to purchase vehicles.

For the full article, visit the South Valley Journal.

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