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Board moves forward with Twining shelter
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MONROE - If the city wants a new south shelter at Twining Park, complete with a family restroom and stone-capped benches for just over $440,000, other department projects will need to be delayed. That's the assessment Monroe's Parks Director Paul Klinzing gave Board of Public Works members Monday. Initially, Director of Public Works Al Gerber and Klinzing had hoped to employ local Gilbank Construction, but a mistake in the proposal the company submitted made the offer non-compliant.