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Report: Too many Montgomery vehicles sitting in parking lot

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The Montgomery County government is not using its vehicle fleet enough, according to a report from the county's inspector general. About one-third of the vehicles in its fleet -- or 215 vehicles -- were driven fewer than 20 miles per day based on a five-day workweek, the report says. Inspector General Edward Blansitt estimates that the fleet could be reduced by 88 vehicles, saving the county...

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