Locals push for county-wide electric school bus fleet 

A (NON-ELECTRIC) SCHOOL bus at Mary Hogan School earlier this year. Independent file photo/Megan James

Proponents of the “Electric School Bus Project” say the switch would reap cost savings and health benefits for county residents, as well as help meet local and state goals for reducing greenhouse gas emissions. 

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