LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - City of La Crosse officials are getting closer to making some big changes.
Department heads and city council members met with a consultant to help government become more efficient.
It's the second step in a process that trimmed the city council by four members.
On Wednesday they were working on finalizing job descriptions and creating a clear leadership structure.
"Hopefully they'll see a higher level leadership structure that will be more engaged in developing the vision and direction for the city," said consultant Walter Jankowski.
Jankowski said they were about 85-percent of the way done. When the recommendations are final they'll go to the city council. They hope to have it ready in time for the city's next budget cycle.
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