CENTERVILLE — Three new police vehicles will be added to the city’s fleet.
The city council recently approved funding the purchase from Willey Ford for $86,774. The current city budget allocated $100,000 to replace the older vehicles, but the ultimate purchase requires council approval.
Additional costs will be incurred when the city installs equipment after the vehicles are delivered, according to a city document. It is expected to take 60 to 90 days for the city to get the vehicles.
The new vehicles will replace a 2005 Taurus and two 2008 Crown Victoria police interceptors. The new vehicles are 2013 Fords.