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Give City Hall a face-lift?
Monroe City Hall is 50 years old but is structurally sound. Still, the city of Monroe is looking at remodeling options that would make the front of the building more accessible and visitor-friendly. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - The city of Monroe will solicit public input as it considers potential options to remodel City Hall to make the building more accessible and visitor-friendly. The council hired McGowan Architects of New Glarus to study the existing building and develop plans for a possible renovation. Architect Patrick McGowan presented the report, prepared by himself and Mike Hein of Hein Engineering Group of Madison, to council members in July.