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Water tower to get upgrades
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The 128-year-old water tower at Lincoln Park has been designated a historic site on both state and national registers. (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)
MONROE - The Board of Public Works agreed to allocate half the costs of Lincoln Park water tower improvements from the Monroe Fund to three projects totaling roughly $8,000 after a request from the Green County Historical Society. Members agreed to share costs to update the water tower that was initially saved from destruction in 2005. The 128-year-old water tower was designated a historic place on both state and national registers through the effort of the GCHS because of two unique facets.

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