The City of Monroe, Louisiana, will save $275,000 each year for four years by cycling out its old vehicles.  - (Stock Photo)

The City of Monroe, Louisiana, will save $275,000 each year for four years by cycling out its old vehicles. 

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The City of Monroe, Louisiana is upgrading its aging fleet of trucks for maintenance employees, saving money in the long run due to reduced maintanance costs, according to KTVE.

The city says it will add 200 new work vehicles over the next few years, trading out 50 of the older vehicles each year until the entire fleet has been replaced.

Michelle Martin, director of communication for Monroe City Hall, said the city is looking at saving $275,000 dollars each year.

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