SOOKE, BRITISH COLUMBIA, CANADA — Sooke has been a community without a carwash, but now the city has two in the works, the Sooke News Mirror reported.

The Jan. 9 story stated that a father and son are developing a carwash that will include two self-serve bays, one automatic wash, vacuum islands and two dog washes.

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Recent work on the property included drilling a well to find a sustainable water source. “We’re putting in a well to feed the carwash because water is such a valued commodity. We’ve hit water, so that will supply the carwash with well water instead of using municipal water,” Brian Ridley said in the story.

Excavation and construction will begin once a building permit and some issues are worked out.

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The second carwash will be located behind Village Food Markets. This carwash will feature five carwash bays and a 50-machine Laundromat.

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