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City rejects possible flooring solution
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MONROE - If Monroe city officials wrote a letter to Santa this year, it may have asked for a resolution to the flooring woes at City Hall. A change order for $163,000 was denied by the Monroe Common Council earlier this week after officials met in closed session and decided to call a notice of breach of contract with KPH Environmental and Zersen Flooring Inc. KPH Contractor Dan Scharf disagreed with the assessment that workers did not perform due diligence in the project, but also expressed a desire to work with the city to resolve the problem. KPH Environmental and Construction, an asbestos abatement and construction company from Milwaukee, has never had an issue like the one Monroe is currently facing, he said.