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Dispute Could End Mich. City's Parts Contract

May 25, 2016

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An agreement between City of Lansing, Mich., Mayor Virg Bernero and a labor union could result in the end of a contract with a fleet parts management company, the Lansing State Journal reported. The mayor stated that a contract with NAPA might not be renewed July 1 if the Finance Department does not find significant savings from the contract.

Bernero initially estimated that the parts management agreement could save between $50,000 and $150,000 and greatly increase efficiency. The city entered into an agreement with NAPA in February.

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