Change Coming to La Crosse City Council Meetings

Letting off steam in front of the La Crosse city council has become an oft-practiced exercise for many in the city.  Typically public comments come during a meeting of the whole council on the Tuesday before the regular monthly Thursday meeting where all the votes actually count.  But that practice will end in April.  The city council has voted to end the Tuesday night meeting and end the meetings of another committee altogether.  Both changes effective in April.  Public comments can still be received by the council but only with three days notice and through a petition process with the signatures of five council members. 

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