Public to be Surveyed on Fate of Senior Centers

No immediate changes for La Crosse's two senior centers.  The city has long looked at fixing up or replacing the two buildings that are home to senior programs.  That's a process that will continue at least late into this year.  But city park and rec director Steve Carlyon is dedicated to at least expanding senior programming



Carlyon says programming for seniors should change with those changing demographics.  The city's public works board this week has decided to survey the public on the future of the senior centers. 

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