Ind. City Considers New Funding for Fleet Maintenance

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The Gary, Ind., Common Council is considering changing its city ordinances to allow the money raised from auctioning towed vehicles to go to police vehicle maintenance, the Post-Tribune reported.

The police department has a fleet of 179 vehicles, of which 81 are Ford Crown Victoria sedans that are at least eight years old. The change would allow the police department to get closer to being self-sufficient, its deputy chief said.

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