No decision from leaders of a north La Crosse senior center, who have about three weeks to make a decision on whether to accept an offer from the city to purchase the building they operate out of for $1.
The Harry J Olson Senior Center board did get together Wednesday to discuss the offer.
“The way the organization works, the full board has to make hte official decision, and we didn’t have enough board members (Wednesday), so they will be meeting next week,” Terry Collins, the center’s attorney, told WIZM.
About 25 members were present to discuss the offer, according to Collins.
Center members have objected to the city’s conditions for a building sale, which includes veto power over any maintenance projects.
Collins believes the offer approved by the city council last week is assumed to be City Hall’s final offer to sell the building.