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No go for flow control; city to weigh trash options
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MONROE - The Monroe Common Council on Tuesday set May 1 as the deadline to decide how to move forward with its usage of the Green County transfer station. "It'll be an interesting five weeks," Mayor Bill Ross said. The council will have to look at the cost of either joining back as a member to dispose of Monroe's trash at the county transfer station near Brodhead, or seek other options to dispose of trash, such as hauling it to an alternative site in Janesville directly.

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