Several Springfield aldermen are questioning the Mayor's plan to utilize an auto parts company for the city's vehicle fleet.
Under the proposal, Napa Auto Parts would be the city's primary auto parts supplier.
The more than three million dollar agreement with Napa would last for three years and would operate in a city maintenance garage. It's part of an effort that would reduce the number of city garages.
During Tuesday night's committee of the whole meeting, a few aldermen wanted to know how the city came to choose Napa, rather than local vendors.