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KT public works department gets new vehicle


July 04. 2013 5:08PM


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The Kingston Township Board of Supervisors recently accepted delivery of a new 2013 Ford F150 for the township’s public works department. The vehicle was purchased through the states Co-Star’s program and replaces a 1996 Chevy Blazer with well over 120,000 miles. The township will sell the used vehicle at an auction later this summer. From left, are Road Superintendent Donald Fritzges, Supervisor Chairman Jeffrey Box, Supervisor Vice-Chair Shirley Moyer and Supervisor Sam Barbose.




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