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Transfer station's budget shows good news for facility
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MONROE - The Green County Solid Waste board says the transfer station is in good shape heading into 2016, despite earlier concerns that the facility would face financial hardship and may be forced to close should it lose the city of Monroe as a member. Representatives of the transfer station, which is a holding place for garbage collected in the county before being transported and buried in Janesville, had expressed concern about its financial viability during contract negotiations with Monroe and other member communities over the past year. Monroe, its biggest contributor of waste materials, withdrew its membership earlier this year.