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Attorney: Flow control needs time for review
MONROE - Worried that a flow-control ordinance that has been requested by the Green County's Solid Waste Management Board to ensure that commercial trash joins residential trash in the county transfer station may be open to a lawsuit, Monroe City Attorney Rex Ewald asked for more time in reviewing a proposed five-year contract between the parties. He told the Monroe Common Council on Tuesday he was 80-percent done with his analysis but was "waiting for a couple of missing links." City Administrator Phil Rath also said he was awaiting more financial data from the board before commenting.