DOT Wants To Hear From You

They'll be seeking opinions from Superior to Kenosha, but they'll come to La

Crosse first.


The Wisconsin Department of Transportation is launching a statewide series of town hall meetings, with the first one happening a week from tomorrow in La Crosse.  The idea is to get ideas from state residents on what should be in the next DOT budget:

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That's Peg Schmitt from the DOT in Madison.  Transportation secretary Mark Gottlieb will attend the La Crosse meeting April 8th at the local State Office Building.

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