Menomonee Falls (mənŏmˈənē) [key], village (1990 pop. 26,840), Waukesha co., SE Wis., on the Menominee River; inc. 1892. Wire, metal, paper, concrete, plumbing fixtures, furniture, fiberglass products, machine tools, steel, and aluminum are produced.
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