“It has been highly regarded, and so far as we are able to inform, youngsters of all colours are having fun with it in peace. So, if I’ve a legacy venture that makes me really feel good, the courtroom is it,” Ostrem mentioned, saying it was once more, a “group effort.”
District 10—Paul Medinger
Medinger mentioned his proudest accomplishment was the opening of the “pocket neighborhood,” a bunch of small houses that share a yard or inexperienced area, at an outdated Navy Reserve Coaching Middle, after it was vacant for greater than a decade.
District 11—Martin Gaul (Council President)
“As a council member I’ve tried to be aware of particular person points and requests made by these residing in my district. Nonetheless I imagine my predominant accountability is to work in a thought-about and measured approach representing District 11 on points to be determined for the town of La Crosse as an entire,” Gaul mentioned, saying as president, his scope of serving to has widened.
District 12—Doug Happel
“Regardless of all the issues that we’ve been coping with, we have been in a position to preserve all the metropolis providers, and in some circumstances maybe enhance them. And you realize I hate to boost taxes, nevertheless it was a minimal tax improve,” Happel mentioned of the town’s COVID-19 response.
He added he was additionally pleased with the pending boundary settlement with the city of Shelby, which he mentioned was nearing the top.