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Monroe City Council: September 21, 2011
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MONROE - In a meeting Tuesday, the City of Monroe Historic Preservation Commission: - Approved certificates of appropriateness for Minhas Micro Distillery at 1404 13th St.- Discussed and conditionally approved a certificate of appropriateness for Santos Tinoco at 1713 11th St. Tinoco must present a colored sketch of a proposed sign from the company producing the sign.Absent members were alderperson Jan Lefevre, Dennis Dalton and Rudolph Regez.MONROE - In a meeting Tuesday, the City of Monroe Finance and Taxation Committee: - Postponed authorization until the end of the year to move $25,000 from undesignated funds to the Street Department capital fund. The capital funding, part of the 2011 budget plan, was to have come from a portion of certificates of deposits after they matured and the money, $540,000, became available. The CDs recently matured, but their entire sum had been earmarked this summer to pay a portion of a $750,000 city-wide radio upgrade mandate project.