BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Brown administration is touting its plan to purchase new police cars to replenish its depleted fleet, but the move still leaves the police department short on vehicles.

Thirty-five new cars are in the pipeline. But it could be up to a year before they’re all on the road, and their number falls short of the 50 to 60 new vehicles needed annually to keep the fleet in good order.

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