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City taps leaders for ramp issue
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MONROE - The idea to list for sale the city's municipal parking ramp was up for debate, and a suggestion to hire a consultant was strongly encouraged by Alderman Tom Miller. But for now, the challenge of what to do with Monroe's headache behind the Square's western edge belongs to City Administrator Phil Rath and his assistant, Martin Shanks, whose title includes economic development. The Common Council, which was attending in full, agreed Tuesday to keep the matter in-house, giving its two administrative leaders the reins.