The Pleasantville Police Department has traded in its old Tahoe patrol vehicle for a new one.
Police Chief Joe Mrstik said the City “got its money’s worth” out of the old Tahoe, and the amount received in a trade-in was substantial. The actual cost to the City for the new one is minimal.
Racom was outfitting the new Tahoe to be ready to put it out on the street. The new vehicle is not expected to hit the streets of Pleasantville until mid-June. The City has an agreement with Racom to allow the vehicle to be showcased at an upcoming law enforcement conference.
Mrstik said the City has a good relationship with Racom, and believes Pleasantville’s representation at the conference is an added positive.