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Proposal to Increase Number of Clean-Fuel Vehicles in Clark County Fleet

February 14, 2007

LAS VEGAS, NV – The Clark County Commission received a status report on efforts to convert more than 2,600 county vehicles into a cleaner, greener fleet, according to the Associated Press. The county said it has the largest fleet of hybrid vehicles in Nevada.

The county’s automotive division manager plans to update the board on initiatives to reduce air pollution-causing emissions and improve fuel efficiency.

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