Online Survey Seeks Feedback on Aging Senior Centers

Senior centers, who needs 'em?  You can answer that question online for the city of La Crosse.  The city's parks department has put a survey on the web that looks for feedback on the two senior centers and their programs.  Part of the current evaluation of the city's aging centers


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City park and rec director, Steve Carlyon.  Carlyon say the senior centers, although well-used, are older buildings that are expensive to maintain with limited capacity to serve modern needs of older populations.


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