Chris Ryan


Mon August 11, 2014
Politics and Government

Onondaga County legislators request take home vehicle audit

The Onondaga County Legislature is looking into the use of the county's take home cars to determine if they are being used appropriately.
Ellen Abbott WRVO

The Onondaga County Comptroller’s Office will start an audit of so-called take home cars used by employees of various county agencies after the work day is done.

Onondaga County Legislator Chris Ryan says the idea is to get a kind of macro look at how county employees use these government-owned vehicles.

"What we’re trying to find out through an audit, is the amount of vehicles out there, how many miles, what are they being used for, how many times have they been responding out of hours with such vehicles,” Ryan explained.

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