February 24, 2014
The city of Covington’s compressed natural gas fueling facility is expected to help cut fuel costs for the city and, eventually, the county and Newton County School System. Between the three entities, over 1.4 million gallons of fuel annually is purchased. City Finance Director Randy Conner said being able to save between a $1.25 and $2.25 per gallon on just a fraction of the fuel used would be a huge savings. (Staff photo: Jessicah Peters)
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The first city-owned compressed natural gas fueling facility in Georgia will soon open its pumps to the citizens and visitors of Covington.