Under pressure from union, Allentown Council tables $7 million fleet contract

Faced with conflicting reports about cost and a proposal to move services in-house, Allentown City Council voted to table a $7 million contract for the city’s fleet maintenance Wednesday. The board agreed to shelve its decision on the proposed three-year deal with Centerra Integrated Services to do the maintenance on the city’s fleet of firetrucks, police cars and other public works vehicles. Centerra was the city’s previous contractor for the work, and after a bidding process, city officials recommended a new deal to council.


Source: The Morning Call

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