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La Crosse’s Committee of the Whole voted 14-1 Tuesday night in favor of paying $10 thousand towards a study of an I-90 Exit 3 proposal. One down three to go. Make that 2 down............the Onalaska City Council voted against paying $5000 for the study last night. Mayor Mike Giese explains why.
Even though the council voted 5-0 against the measure....Giese says he is in
favor of the study. The full La Crosse Common Council will have a final vote on
its $10 thousand share of the study Thursday.
The LAPC will decide next Wednesday and the county board next Thursday.
Goodwill has met a lack of it at the La Crosse city council. Goodwill wants to buy part of an old Quillin's store on the city's southside and move a new store in. But the non-profit organization doesn't want to pay any taxes. Partially what has city council member Marilyn Wigdahl set against the arrangement. Partially....
Wigdahl and others want money to take the place of tax money that can't be collected if Goodwill buys the old Quillin's. Goodwill says its not going to do that.
Packed house in La Crosse city hall Tuesday night. Well over a hundred jammed city council chambers to support officially adding 160 acres of the Upper Hixon Forest to the city's park land. Among those speaking
So far, unanimous support among city council members for permanently designating the land as a park
A billboard measure might not be the only advisory referendum on the spring ballot for La Crosse voters. The city council is set to vote Thursday on whether to hold a multiple-part question on billboards in April.. But an additional issue that would ask voters whether the city council should decrease in size would also be on the ballot. An additional measure could also appear, related to the binding referendum that questions whether the city should change its form of government and add a top administrator.
This morning the Onalaska Police Department received numerous reports of burglaries occurring during the previous night. All reports were of garage entries where access was gained through the service doors. Though most of the reports indicated that though the service doors were locked when the entries occurred none of the doors had a deadbolt lock engaged, making the lock easier to break in.
The entries all occurred in the area bounded by Quincy and Vilas and 6th North and 10th North. Items reported stolen included smaller electronics such as GPS and Satellite radios, along with change and jewelry. Police are telling people to keep all doors locked.
Onalaska Police Chief Jeff Trotnic says if you leave your garage door opener in your vehicle make sure that it’s locked and not easily visible. An unlocked car with a garage door opener is an invitation for thieves to enter your garage. If anyone has any information pertaining to these burglaries please contact the Onalaska Police Department immediately.