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District to switch to propane school buses

Bozeman School Board Renews School Bus Contract
Adrian Sanchez-Gonzalez/Chronicle

The Bozeman School Board has renewed its contract with First Student Inc. for another five years and projects switching to new propane school buses to cut cost and reduce harmful emissions.

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The Bozeman School Board renewed its contract with First Student Inc. in January 2013 and projects switching to new propane school buses to cut cost and reduce harmful emissions.

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The Bozeman School Board projects switching to new propane school buses will cut costs for the district and reduce harmful emissions.

After three bids from four private school bus companies, the School Board decided Monday night to continue its contract with First Student Inc. for another five years and to use propane-fueled buses instead of diesel.

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