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Not much progress at City Hall
The entrance to Monroe's Parks and Recreation Department remains closed off despite the added canopy and newly placed railings completed at the end of last year. City Hall workers have been displaced for 10 months after the removal of asbestos floor tile. The project was slated to end mid-September, but issues with new tiles have caused a delay. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - Renovations to remove asbestos-based flooring at City Hall remain stalled as the city awaits an explanation on whether the construction company failed to complete the work or an unforeseen problem was the cause. The project, which began in mid-August, was meant to only displace workers for six weeks. But after more than five months of attempted repairs and negotiations, Monroe Common Council members declared contracted KPH Construction and Environmental of Milwaukee at fault for failure to complete the work.