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Police boost patrols
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MONROE - Over the next few weeks, in addition to their normal traffic enforcement duties, Monroe Police will be concentrating traffic enforcement efforts in certain areas, and for certain violations, officials said.In the recently established 25 mph work zone speed area on Wisconsin 69 between 6th Street and 16th Street, police will be checking and enforcing speed violations, both with radar and laser equipment, said Monroe Police Chief Fred Kelley. The speed zone has been conspicuously signed and flagged, and motorists given time to get used to a reduced speed. Now, it is time to take enforcement action, officials added, in a press release.On 10th Street and 11th Street, between 13th Avenue and Wis. 69, police will be focused on the problem of motorists treating the one-way streets as two-lane roads.