It's early Sunday morning, but instead of sleeping in or relaxing over a second cup of coffee, Mike Rehatchek is hard at work, cleaning and polishing a Lansford police cruiser.
Not only is he making the car shine, he's spiffing up the borough's sense of pride, too.
A clean cruiser reflects well on the community.
"When people see a clean vehicle, that represents our town. And driving a shiny car makes your spirits better. This makes the police officers feel better, too," he says.
Efforts to reach Police Chief John Turcmanovich for comment were unsuccessful.