Colo. City Expands Fleet for Additional Officers

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The City of Pueblo, Colo., will use $1.5 million to purchase 27 new marked police vehicles and other emergency equipment. Twelve of these vehicles represent an expansion of the fleet to accommodate additional staffing levels, while the other 15 vehicles will replace older cars, the Pueblo Chieftain reported.

The city will enter into a lease-purchase financing agreement for the cars.

Related: Ill. City Expects $3.6M in Savings from Leasing Vehicles

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