D.C. Council member asks for data on city vehicles
Prompted by questions regarding the pricey leases for two luxury SUVs procured for D.C. Council Chairman Kwame R. Brown, a council member is asking for more information on the city's auto fleet.
Tommy Wells (D-Ward 6) -- who as chairman of the transportation committee oversees the Department of Public Works, which manages the city fleet -- sent a letter to Director William Howland Tuesday morning asking for data on vehicles owned and leased by the city "for use by an executive agency or department director, their senior management staff, and the Council of the District of Columbia."
Brown has been copied on the letter, but the normally voluble Wells, like most of his colleagues, has yet to address the issue publicly. DPW leaders are set to appear before Wells on March 7 for their annual performance oversight hearing.
Full letter after the jump.
| February 22, 2011; 3:12 PM ET
Categories: Kwame Brown, The District
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