Another Year for Parking Study?
Next winter could be another study year for an alternate side parking experiment in La Crosse. the city's parking utility board wants to look at another year of data before deciding whether to move forward with rules that would enforce alternate side parking only during snow emergencies or when the streets need sweeping. Board chair, Audrey Kader says last winter was just too unusual to make good decisions by. There were three significant snowfalls and those just weren't enough to determine if the notification process worked well. What didn't work, says Kader, was people moving cars when the streets needed sweeping. The alternate side parking study was conducted in an area that surrounds the UWL campus,.