La Crosse presents sanitary sewer agreements to surrounding communities

The City of La Crosse is presenting sanitary sewer agreements to surrounding communities.

Mayor Tim Kabat said today that the agreements come after a proposed metropolitan sewer district in the region.

50 million dollars of work will need to go into upgrading the existing facility.

The growth of surrounding communities impacts how the sanitary sewer process is being presented.

“I think for the big thing for us, we have addressed every concern that has been raised to us,” said La Crosse Mayor Tim Kabat.

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