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Longmont Debates Future of CNG Vehicles in City Fleet

March 23, 2005

LONGMONT, CO – According to the Longmont Times, members of the Longmont City Council will consider whether to pay Clean Energy $6,000 annually to subsidize the natural gas fueling station, buy it outright for $30,000, or get rid of the city's nine dedicated CNG vehicles.The city was intended to be the major customer of the station after the federal legislation mandated that Longmont and other non-attainment municipalities buy alternative-fuel vehicles to reduce air pollution.

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