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Hanceville, Ala., Gets Free Police Vehicles Through DOD Surplus Program

December 19, 2011

HANCEVILLE, AL – The City of Hanceville, Ala. Has added 10 vehicles to its law-enforcement fleet using a U.S. Department of Defense surplus program, according to an article in The Cullman Times.

All of the vehicles are for the City’s police fleet, as the program is designed to provide law enforcement with vehicles and equipment. The article said the City is saving roughly a half-million dollars in capital investment costs.

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