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The board made the petitions available to the Walker campaign on Friday and promised to post them online for the public to view Monday. But board spokesman Reid Magney says concerns relayed to the board by domestic violence victims worried about their names and addresses being made public cause the board not to post the petitions Monday. Magney says he has no comment on when they might put them online. Recall petitions targeted four Republican state senators have already been posted. The board was continuing to process petitions seeking the recall of Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch.
La Crosse is hoping for a special exception. The city will ask the feds to continue a waiver from the Federal Train Horn Rule along a section of track that runs through the southside to City Brewery. A train makes the trip in the very early morning now. Real close to city councilman Paul Medinger's place
But Medinger says that noise won't be so much like a background sound if the feds say no to La Crosse's waiver. In that case, train engineers would have to sound horns before every crossing from the main line to the Brewery and back again. A city committee votes on making the train horn request tonight.
A task force report on housing in La Crosse expected today. The city-county group has, for the past several months, looked for remedies to La Crosse's very poor housing stock.
Karl Green, with the UW Extension. He says a lack of enforcement of building codes and ordinances contributes to a lack of buyer confidence in the current housing stock.
A La Crosse guy has collected his second OWI apparently without having any booze in his system. Police say they got several complaints called in about Gerald Hill on Saturday. They say the 49 year-old was driving very erratically with a small child bouncing around in the back of the car. They say Hill was hitting curbs and drove up onto a snowbank at some point before they corralled him on West avenue. Police say Hill's eyelids were nearly shut. He'd apparently taken sleeping pills before he went for a drive at one o'clock in the morning with a small child unbuckled in the back.
For many of the 150 people that showed up to a CAPX2020 presentation last, a high-voltage power line