Casper officials hope public restrooms will keep visitors downtown

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CASPER, Wyoming — The Casper City Council has approved $353,000 to build public restrooms at a downtown parking garage in an effort to keep visitors in the area.

Some of the money has already gone toward a fresh coat of paint and design work for a men's, women's and family restroom. The restrooms will be installed on the Center Street side of the parking garage and are expected to be completed by the end of November.

Vice Mayor Charlie Powell tells The Casper Star-Tribune ( ) "you look at downtowns that are thriving, they have public restroom facilities. It's just one amenity you need in place if you want downtown to be a destination."

Information from: Casper (Wyo.) Star-Tribune,

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