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'Green Fleet' Named Among Best In North America

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By Pat Brogan

Montgomery County's 'Green Fleet' is being named as one of the best in the North America.

The county placed second in the 2009 'Government Green Fleet Award.' Fleets were judged on several things, including fuel and emissions as well as policy and planning.

David Dise, the general services director in Montgomery county, says they won despite economic challenges facing local governments and strict environmental requirements.

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