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BPW asks for $25K for new signs
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MONROE - The City of Monroe is finding a way to direct visitors to their destinations in town. The city's Board of Public Works on Monday recommended approving the purchase of about 37 new wayfinding signs at a total cost of about $25,000. The low quote for the signs comes from TAPCO in Brown Deer, Wis. City staff has been putting together a comprehensive project of new signage that will help visitors on the road find their way to some of Monroe's most important community and visitors spots, such as the downtown Historic Square, high school, fairgrounds and arts center.