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Florida's Orange County Signs 3-Year Fuel Purchase Agreement

April 13, 2005

ORANGE COUNTY, FL – Central Florida's largest government, Orange County, approved plans to buy gasoline and diesel fuel that could cost $4.9 million annually for three years, according to Orlando Sentinel.Orange County School District officials estimate that they may spend as much as $1 million more next year on diesel as a result of higher prices. Seminole County in Florida is also looking to add an extra $620,000 into this year's spending plan to cover fuel costs.A few governments have been dipping into reserves to cover budget gaps caused by higher fuel prices this year. Others may cut services, or scale back on office supplies and trips.

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