The City of Moundsville (W.V.) unveiled a new garage for its Street Department. Construction took place between February and April, and cost the city about $320,000. The garage will be used to maintain the city’s garbage trucks and other heavy equipment, reports The Intelligencer.

The new facility is large enough to accommodate the city’s four garbage trucks, includes two rooms for employees, and has drains set into the floor that are hooked up to the wash station. This will be especially helpful in the winter, when the garbage trucks become covered in salt and need to be washed daily.

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