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Waste board addresses city's concerns
BRODHEAD - The Green County Solid Waste Management Board took steps, albeit small and tentative steps, Thursday to appease City of Monroe administration seeking more transparency in membership costs at the trash and recycling drop-off transfer station. The city is also looking to reduce the volatility in bills from month to month, for better budgeting purposes, according to board chairman Nate Klassy. Klassy laid out several suggestions gleaned from a discussion that he and station manager Randy Thompson had with city personnel last month.