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Floor problems persist
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MONROE - City officials are awaiting a response from Milwaukee-based KPH Environmental and Construction that explains how the contractors plan to fix flooring problems that arose during Monroe City Hall renovations. A project slated to remove asbestos from beneath floor tiles throughout the building and replace the existing tiles has come to an abrupt halt after flooring materials in various parts of the building refused to stick to the cement beneath them. KPH, the company hired to remove asbestos from City Hall, is still baffled as to why the floor adhesive sticks tiles to cement in some areas of the building while in other spots the glue simply disappears.