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County reviews plans for new building
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MONROE - Green County supervisors got a first look at plans for a new $17 million government services building Tuesday. A new building is needed to replace the current government services buildings, which are 51 and 128 years old and "have outlived their lives," Ron Locast of Potter Lawson Architects told the county board. Among the buildings' problems are structural concerns, such as the facade separating from the newer building, allowing water damage.