Supervisors Tackle County Car Use, Roof Heights

Updated 9/26
The Fairfax County Board of Supervisors yesterday demanded that employees caught running up miles on their vehicles be disciplined. Also, the board voted to allow homeowners to occupy new homes that are in violation of the height restrictions so long as the roof was in place by July 1. Coverage of yesterday's supervisor's meeting is here.

Originally posted 9/25
Faced with the possibility of losing their government-issued vehicles because they hadn't driven their cars a minimum of miles set in new cost-cutting measures, this Post story reveals that some county employees took to creative ways to up the numbers on their odometers rather than turn in their underused cars. The cars and maintenance are taxpayer-supported.

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By Focus on Fairfax |  September 25, 2006; 12:30 PM ET  | Category:  Government
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