By PE News
on July 27, 2010 9:44 AM

Riverside County supervisors this morning voted 4-0 to update the county’s vehicle policy.

The new rules require greater oversight — from detailed mileage reports to stricter controls on employees taking cars home at night.

The county is working to reduce the number of county-owned vehicles and has cut nearly 200 from its fleet of more than 4,000 in the last year.

Supervisor John Tavaglione was absent from today’s board meeting.

— Duane W. Gang
dgang@PE.com