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New SunLine GM looks to focus on core services

Posted on November 12, 2013

THOUSAND PALMS, Calif. — Lauren Skiver, who is two weeks into her position as the new general manager for SunLine Transit Agency, aims to get the system to focus on its core services, The Desert Sun reported.

Part of that process, she said, will be continuing an effort begun by Interim GM Roger Snoble asking staff to re-evaluate all aspects of the operations, according to the report.

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