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Commission considers courtesy vehicle policy
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Among items on the agenda for the full Warren County Commissioners meeting to be held this Monday is a resolution to revise the policy pertaining to use of the courtesy vehicle at Warren County Memorial Airport.County director of safety David Britton and insurance representative Bob Shupe reviewed the outdated release forms which were being used for the airport’s courtesy vehicles. It was decided a new release form should be generated before pilots would be allowed to drive a vehicle.The use of courtesy vehicles at the airport had been suspended until the Motor Vehicle Review was revised.Changes made to the MVR regarding airport courtesy vehicles include the description of vehicles to be used by non-county employees. The report states, “County owned/ leased vehicles are to be operated by county employees only with the exception of the Airport Courtesy Vehicles provided for out-of-town pilots as covered in Exhibit B of this MVR policy.”According to Exhibit B, airport courtesy vehicles are to be used by out-of-town pilots only.