Coweta Commission

Vehicle propane fuel bid doesn't meet specifications

by Sarah Fay Campbell

Only one company responded to Coweta County’s request for proposals for a pilot program transitioning some county vehicles to propane fuel. And that bid didn’t meet the specifications included in the RFP.

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