Mayor Vetoes Referendums

Figure you've got enough to worry about this spring?  La Crosse mayor Matt Harter agrees with you.  The mayor has vetoed city council approved advisory referendums that were to appear on the April ballot.  Harter says in his veto message that a typical ballot has no more than one referendum.  So adding advisory measures on top of a binding referendum on a city administrator would be overdoing it a bit.  The advisory referendums sought to poll the city on whether electronic signs should be prohibited, whether numbers of billboards overall should be decreased and whether the city council should shrink by four members.  To still have those measures on the spring ballot, the council would have to overturn the mayor's vetoes by Tuesday. 

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