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Coshocton Council Member Questions Vehicle Purchase

June 27, 2011

COSHOCTON, OH – The City of Coshocton recently purchased vehicles for the utility and fire departments but has run into questions from a city council member, Tom Grier, about the wisdom of the purchase, according to an article in the Coshocton Tribune. The article also adds that this isn’t the first time Grier has questioned the use of City vehicles, including proposed legislation to eliminate personal use of vehicles and require logbooks in City vehicles.

The article states the City purchased the vehicles through the State bid pricing program. The vehicles being replaced are going to other departments that need them.

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