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St. Cloud University Returning Leased Vehicles to State Motor Pool

July 6, 2011

St. Cloud University has reduced the size of its vehicle fleet over the years and is now returning most of the vehicles it had been leasing up until recently to the State's motor pool, according to an article in the St. Cloud Times.

The article stated that the university is eliminating its eight sedans and four minivans by returning them to the Central Motor Pool, though it does plan to retain vehicles used for maintenance, such as pickup trucks.

To make up for the reduction in available vehicles, the university has begun renting vehicles from a local company.

Read the full article here.

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