La Crosse Mayor Mitch Reynolds joins Monday for La Crosse Talk PM to discuss homelessness, the city’s unique wastewater treatment plant, Gov. Tony Evers’ visit and some new hires.
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Spent a big part of the show going through some of the ins and outs of homelessness and how it’s being handled in La Crosse and what might be coming in the near future — and distant future — to help.
Opened the show discussing what exactly is a “supper club,” as the library hosted a documentary called “Old Fashioned.”
Bottom half of the show was about Gov. Tony Evers’ visit to the city — and how the state could help better fund local municipalities like La Crosse, especially with a $7.1 billion budget surplus that’s been lying around for a year. We also got an update on the $65 million wastewater treatment plan and how it might power the city with poop.
Also discussed here and there some some new hires and potential new hires within the city in the parks department, on a major project and with running the La Crosse Center.