In this file photo, Miller Montague examined a garbage truck with 4-year-old son Xander Montague at Truckapalooza in Lexington in 2014. The city has 126 trucks, some of which cost about $375,000 each and can carry 12-18 tons of waste according to Tracey Thurman, the director of waste management.
In this file photo, Miller Montague examined a garbage truck with 4-year-old son Xander Montague at Truckapalooza in Lexington in 2014. The city has 126 trucks, some of which cost about $375,000 each and can carry 12-18 tons of waste according to Tracey Thurman, the director of waste management. Herald-Leader
In this file photo, Miller Montague examined a garbage truck with 4-year-old son Xander Montague at Truckapalooza in Lexington in 2014. The city has 126 trucks, some of which cost about $375,000 each and can carry 12-18 tons of waste according to Tracey Thurman, the director of waste management. Herald-Leader

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