LA CROSSE, Wis. (WKBT) - A major update could be coming to one of La Crosse's marinas.
City officials are holding a pair of meetings on the future of the Isle La Plume Marina.
Thursday night, the city council will discuss funding the demolition and replacement of the existing structure.
A public hearing will be held next week to hear from residents about potential designs.
"At this point we're taking a look at the city's options for whether or not we want to take this on or go out and use a third party. The timeline is the only issue right now, to make sure that we can have everything ready to go for the next boating season," said 10th District Council Member Paul Medinger.
The future of the marina was unknown after the city began evicting the previous manager last year, La Crosse Municipal Harbor Incorporated.
The public hearing on the Isle La Plume Marina will be held next Tuesday in the council chambers at La Crosse City Hall starting at 5 p.m.
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