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Council debates parking, housing again
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MONROE - Parking has once again proved a contentious issue for the Monroe Common Council and some of its constituents as 14 city residents attended the meeting Tuesday to denounce a housing project which would take the place of the parking lot north of the Square along 16th Avenue and 8th Street. Complaints came largely from members of the Green County Historical Society. Vice President Kay Argue said the removal of a lot with 79 available spots would jeopardize the operation of the historical museum located on 9th Street.