La Crosse Center Board hosts 4th and final public input session
LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) — The public gave its input on the latest La Crosse Center renovation plans.
The La Crosse Center Board hosted its fourth and final public input session Tuesday night. Those who attended learned everything about the Center project, from finances to latest design decisions, while becoming a part of the discussion.
“I think people recognize that this is the last meeting before we make a recommendation to City Counsel. We’ve got some specifics to talk about as far as 4 or 5 of the additions, which ones are we going to prioritize. There’s a lot to talk about. I can see people kind of zeroing in and trying to figure out what is the priorities for this building,” said La Crosse Center Board Chair Brent Smith.
The La Crosse Center Board is still looking for input though. The group has put together a survey online for anyone hoping to have a voice in the process.
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