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Cold weather will stall EMS progress
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Construction on the new EMS building across from the current facility will be put on hold by the time frost hits. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - The Green County EMS team broke ground for its new facility Sept. 28, but progress on the new building will soon be put on hold for the winter. EMS Chief Dan Nufer said work has already begun on the 12,000-square-foot station along 12th Street. The building will accommodate sleeping quarters for three crews, increase the number of garage stalls for ambulances to five total, add another classroom and provide more storage space.