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Monroe County in New York Invests in Ethanol Fleet

HENRIETTA, NY – Monroe County in New York is going to spend up to $400,000 to acquire 28 vehicles in their fleet that take E-85 fuel, and will start supplying county pumping stations with the E-85 fuel, which is 85 percent ethanol and 15 percent unleaded gasoline.

CCG/FASTER Acquires First Customer in North Dakota

NORFOLK, VA – CCG Systems, Inc., producer of the FASTER fleet management system, has acquired its first customer in North Dakota.

The City of St. Cloud, Minn., Deploys FleetWave to Gain Control Over Rising Fleet Costs

ST. CLOUD, MN – The City St. Cloud, Minn., has implemented Chevin Fleet Solutions' FleetWave enterprise fleet management information system to gain control over rising fleet running costs while allowing real-time remote access to the City's dispersed agencies.

Kingston Mayor Putting Vehicle Take-Home Approvals in Writing

KINGSTON, NY – Kingston, N.Y., Mayor James Sottile has stuck to his pledge to give written permission to employees who take home vehicles, an act he says was required under a rule adopted by the Common Council more than 30 years ago.

Chambers Assumes State of Utah Fleet Responsibilities

SALT LAKE CITY, UT – Margaret Chambers has been named Division Director, Fleet and Surplus Property for the State of Utah.

Shelby County Switches to B-20 Biodiesel

MEMPHIS, TN – All diesel-run vehicles in Shelby County's General Services Division could be operating on a percentage of biodiesel by the end of the year.

City of Ukiah Plans to Buy GPS System to Clear Roads in Emergencies

UKIAH, CA – On Oct. 19, the Ukiah City Council signed off on the purchase of a traffic pre-emption system for fire department vehicles, directing staff to bring back the item for final approval at the Nov. 1 council meeting.

Garbage Trucks as Rolling Billboards

MOLINE, IL -- While the City of Moline went live with its five new automated garbage trucks this summer, city fleet manager J.D. Schulte said they'll be going live again, this time wrapped in advertising by local cable company MediaCom.

LA County Citizens Say Most Outrageous Lawsuit of the Year Is “Man Sues Himself”

AGOURA, CA – The case of a man who sued himself was the overwhelming choice of citizens throughout Los Angeles County who recently voted in the L.A. Citizens Against Lawsuit Abuse (CALA).

CCG/FASTER Acquires First Customer in Alaska

NORFOLK, VA – CCG Systems, Inc., producer of the FASTER fleet management system used by top fleets in the nation, acquires its first customer in the State of Alaska.

Burnett Named Public Works Director for City of Macomb, Ill.

MACOMB, ILLINOIS. Macomb Mayor Mick Wisslead has named Walter J. Burnett, CAFM as Public Works Director, to oversee all divisions within the department.

Nassau and Suffolk Counties Join Anti-Diesel Plan

NEW YORK CITY– Nassau and Suffolk counties are part of a comprehensive agreement organized by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reduce diesel emissions.

City of Oneonta Switches Fleet Vehicles to B-20

ONEONTA, NY – The City of Oneonta, N.Y., is running most of its fleet vehicles on B-20 biodiesel.

City of Fort Worth, Texas, Orders New Fleet Managment System

NORFOLK, VA – The City of Fort Worth has purchased CCG Systems, Inc.'s FASTER fleet management software to facilitate the operation of its mixed fleet of 4,500 vehicles.

Wisconsin Barron County Explores Biodiesel Use

BARRON, WI – Barron County Board member Nicole Greschner is promoting a plan to require that regular diesel in the state be mixed with a minimum of two percent biodiesel.

Mitchell 1 Enhances its Shop Management Systems

POWAY, CA – Mitchell 1's OnDemand5 Manager and ManagerPlus Version 5.8 shop management systems have been engineered to support a greater selection of electronic parts catalogs and parts ordering.

Omaha Police Car Stolen While it Was Left Running

OMAHA, NE – Omaha police are asking for help to find a stolen undercover police car, which was stolen while it was left running in a parking lot.

Tucson Fleet Moves to Biodiesel

TUCSON, AR – The City of Tucson, Ariz., has decided to run the majority of its fleet vehicles on biodiesel after completing a successful pilot program.

New Data on Utah State University Van Crash Released

LOGAN, UT – The tires of the 15-passenger van that overturned Sept. 26, 2005, killing eight Utah State University students and their instructor and injuring two others, may have been under-inflated.

National Alternative-Fuel Vehicle Day Odyssey 2006 Educates on Alternative Fuel and Advanced Technology Vehicles

ARLINGTON, VA – The National Alternative Fuels Training Consortium (NAFTC), the coordinator of National AFV Day Odyssey, released results from a national survey that indicates Americans personally believe that developing alternative fuel sources for cars, trucks, SUVs, and buses is very important to them.

SmartDrive Systems Inc. Establishes New National Award for a Fleet Risk/Safety Manager of the Year

SAN DIEGO, CA – SmartDrive Systems Inc. has established a new national award for a Fleet Risk/Safety Manager of the Year.

Army Launches Vehicle Safety Course

ARLINGTON, VA – Army vehicle drivers are now required to complete a new online course designed to improve driver safety. The Accident Avoidance Course is available through the Army Knowledge online Learning Management Services.

FTA Provides Funding for Advanced Fuel Cell Bus Projects to CALSTART

THOUSAND PALMS, CA – The Federal Transit Administration (FTA) will provide $12 million in funding for several CALSTART advanced fuel cell bus projects.

San Carlos Police Department Adds Charger to Fleet

SAN CARLOS, CA – The San Carlos Police Department's newest patrol car is the Dodge Charger.

Cities Implement FASTER System

NORFOLK, VA – Several cities across the United States are implementing CCG Systems, Inc.'s FASTER Fleet Management System.



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