Mobil Site Clean-up Depends on City Plans
But that someday seems quite a ways away. The city council this month will consider hiring a consultant to help deal with environmental clean-up at the former industrial site between Copeland avenue and the Black River. But that might be premature. The DNR tells us that the city will have to come up with a plan for what it wants to do with the site before a plan for environmental clean-up by Exxon-Mobil can be created. Just now the city is beginning the process of planning for use. Basically, the DNR tells us, Exxon-Mobil is on the hook for clean-up. But the company isn't sure how much clean-up it will have to do.
Police Search for Missing Man
La Crosse police are looking for a man who went missing after making
New Rate Hike Likely Won't be the Last
The upcoming sewer rate hike for La Crosse won't be the last. Nor the
Remodel Planned for Fire Station
No jacuzzis or saunas for firefighters. No additional recreation area or sleeping quarters at the fifth and Market fire station in La Crosse. A coming million dollar remodel for the station won't be anything too much fancier than a floor replacement for the maintenance shop. And that absolutely has to be done says fire chief, Gregg Cleveland. Over time and with moisture and salt coming in from the streets, the concrete on the floor has deteriorated, exposing rebar and rendering the entire floor unusable. And making things a little hairy for the inspection offices underneath. In the coming remodel project, those offices will be updated as well.
Local Aid to Government Numbers Expected This Week
Local governments should know for sure this week what they can expect in