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Employees Prohibited to Take Home City-Owned Vehicles

March 12, 2008

LORAIN, OHIO – City employees will not be allowed to take their city-owned or city-leased vehicles home beginning Mar. 10, according to the Lorain Morning Journal.

According to a memo from Safety-Service Director Robert Gilchrist to all city department heads and applicable staff, ‘‘Effective March 10, all city-owned and city-leased vehicles are now required to be returned to the Public Utilities parking lot by the end of the business day, or other pre-arranged parking area designated through myself.’’

Mayor Anthony Krasienko, police and fire departments are exempt from the memo.

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