LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - Officials in La Crosse continue to narrow down their development ideas for the corridor leading into the city.
The city planning department held another Highway 53 corridor workshop Tuesday night as they continue to ask residents for their thoughts on the comprehensive land use and neighborhood development plan.
Since the last meeting a few months ago, city officials have taken the input they've received so far and tweaked some of their plans.
"The last meeting we were informed and really wanted their feedback from the public from what they thought about a lot of them, and they were very blunt and they told us that won't work, and this will work, and things of that nature, and that's what we wanted. And so we were able to narrow down a lot of different ideas down to ones that were more desirable," said Senior Planner Tim Acklin.
Planners say they'll take the additional suggestions from Tuesday night's meeting and work them into the final plan which will be presented at a meeting later this year. However, no date has been set for that meeting yet.
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