CHEYENNE, Wyo. – During the February 22nd, 2021 meeting the Cheyenne City Council weighed a bid for nine new police vehicles for the police department.
The bid was referred to the Finance Committee by unanimous consent.
If eventually approved, the bid would help furnish Eight (8) New Four-Door 2021 Model Utility (SUV) Police Interceptors, and One (1) 2021 Utility Cargo Vehicle (Van), for the CPD.
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According to the memorandum supplied by the City Council, Spradley Barr Motors is the lowest responsive bidder, that met all bid specifications and requirements.
“The bids were reviewed by Bryan Bell (Fleet Maintenance), Howard Smith (Cheyenne Police Department), Mark Munari (Cheyenne Police Department), and Rob DaFoe (Cheyenne Police Department) and their recommendation is to accept the bid from Spradley Barr Motors, with
Bearcom, for the purchase of Eight (8) New Four-Door 2021 Model Utility (SUV) Police Interceptors, and One (1) 2021 Utility Cargo Vehicle (Van),” the memorandum reported.
The bid was for $546,979.00, according to the memorandum.