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Kingston Township purchases two new police vehicles


July 04. 2013 5:08PM


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The Kingston Township Board of Supervisors recently accepted delivery of two new police vehicles to add to the township police department’s fleet. The township purchased a 2013 Ford Police Interceptor AWD Sedan and a 2013 AWD SUV. The vehicles were purchased through the states Co-Star’s program and replace two older rear-wheel drive Ford Crown Victoria sedans with over 300,000 miles combined. The township will sell the used sedan at an auction in later this summer. From left, are Chief James Balavage, Supervisor Chairman Jeffrey Box, Supervisor Vice-Chair Shirley Moyer and Supervisor Sam Barbose.




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