Procurement

City Should Hire Fleet Superintendent, Study Advises

November 18, 2016

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An efficiency study of the City of Pekin, Ill., recommended the city create a fleet superintendent position to consolidate all the duties performed by other departments, the Pekin Times reported.

The superintendent would centralize fleet management, create a vehicle replacement schedule, and create a replacement fund. The city has 224 vehicles currently valued at more than $15.2 million.

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