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City recognized as Bird City of Wisconsin
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MONROE - Carl Schwartz, coordinator for Bird City Wisconsin, recently presented Mayor William Ross with a plaque and signage recognizing that Monroe is now one of the 54-plus recognized Bird Cities in Wisconsin. The designation was initiated by Green-Rock Audubon Society members from Monroe, working closely with City Parks Director Paul Klinzing. Schwartz presented Ross with a recognition plaque suitable for public display, two street signs with the Bird City emblem for placement on roads entering the city, and an all-weather flag that can be flown at a prominent civic location.