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Parking study bids more than expected
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MONROE - The Public Safety Committee will consider quotes for a parking survey at its meeting June 17 and may meet jointly with the Finance and Taxation Committee, according to Phil Rath, city administrator. A mayoral ad hoc parking ramp committee requested the survey to help determine the future parking needs of the city - and the need for its decaying downtown parking ramp. Members of the ad hoc committee chose two of three submitted quotes.

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