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Submitted photo Fourth Ward Councilwoman Nancy Nichols poses with two of the new scooters now available in the city of Dunkirk. Electric vehicle company Bird is providing the scooters, which can be accessed using a downloadable app. The scooters can be rented for a small fee and must stay within designated areas of the city. Users must photograph scooters when finished and download the pictures to the app, to prove the scooters were returned. The city Common Council approved an agreement May 3 with Bird for the scooters.

Submitted photo

Fourth Ward Councilwoman Nancy Nichols poses with two of the new scooters now available in the city of Dunkirk. Electric vehicle company Bird is providing the scooters, which can be accessed using a downloadable app. The scooters can be rented for a small fee and must stay within designated areas of the city. Users must photograph scooters when finished and download the pictures to the app, to prove the scooters were returned. The city Common Council approved an agreement May 3 with Bird for the scooters.

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