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Apartment complex dies after tie
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MONROE - Downtown business owners won out Tuesday during the Monroe Common Council meeting after emphasizing their disapproval of a three-story, 40-unit apartment building proposed for the public parking lot at 16th Avenue and Eighth Street. Council members tied 4-4 in their vote to approve the development agreement with MSP Real Estate, the company based in Mendota Heights, Minnesota, with developments throughout Wisconsin. After a period of questions in which alderman Ron Marsh asked for a number of clarifications regarding the development agreement, including the authorization of the agreement draft itself, the vote was split.