The proposed by-laws can be viewed or downloaded on the WHNA By-Laws Page.
In late 2017, the City of La Crosse asked Weigent-Hogan neighbors to prioritize spending of $375,000 in city infrastructure funds. The Weigent-Hogan Neighborhood Association was tasked with gathering project ideas, helping neighbors discuss those ideas, and finally conducting a vote to find the priorities. The process took a few months and the results are in…
Help WHNA Drive Traffic to Your Sale
As part of May’s “Spring Into Your Neighborhood” celebration, WHNA is promoting everyone who agrees to have a rummage sale on May 19th. If you’d like to join, by May 15th email email@example.com with your name, address, and hours you plan to be open on the 19th. We’ll add your address to a list that we’ll post online and at each sale location. The more people who visit, the more likely you won’t have to haul anything back inside. 🙂
On March 12 we will continue the process of prioritizing neighbors’ ideas for use of City Capital Improvement Program (CIP) funds.
These are funds budgeted by the City for infrastructure improvements throughout the Weigent-Hogan neighborhood.
We will discuss all ideas collected via the WHNA website and at the February General Membership meeting.
Lewis Kulhlman from the City Planning Department will be on hand to answer questions specific to our CIP suggestions and about the CIP process.
Your input is important. Please note that we will vote in April. It is imperative you attend the March meeting to vote in April. Not only so you can discuss the ideas, but WHNA bylaws state to vote you must have attended a meeting in the previous 12 months. For WHNA residents that have not, March would be your last chance.
See you at the meeting!
WHNA meetings are held the second Monday of the month from 6:30 pm to 8 pm at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Building (401 West Ave.)
The ByLaws Ad Hoc groups has proposed the following bylaws changes for 2018 (changed text in italics): Article III –
On July 10th, Karl Green from UW-Extension shared with WHNA the emerging trends for the City of La Crosse and
Please join us for the July 10th WHNA monthly meeting as Karl Green from UW-Extension shares with us the emerging
On Sunday, May 21st, 2017, connect with your neighbors at a casual gathering to help kick off summer! We will have lemonade, water, and light music provided by members of the Tri-State
Accordion Club. Smith’s Bike Shop will also be on-site providing bike check overs.
Bring a chair, a bike, a finger-friendly treat (cookies, bars, etc.), and a favorite outdoor game. All are welcome!
You’ll need a PDF reader to view Bob Fisher’s WHNA Tree Recommendation Guide for La Crosse, Wisconsin, but you can download the file inside…