EL CENTRO — Sustainability and succession for Imperial County’s fleet service plan and policy, the Board of Supervisors were told Tuesday, will improve the administration and operation of the fleet and address each component of the vehicle life-cycle.

Imperial County Fleet Manager Stephan Lobstein said the plan and policy to be looked into for the fleet service of 519 vehicles involves anticipating what the future will bring.

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