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Hogan Victory GardenThe lettuce is ready to harvest this week—to harvest, cut the lettuce 1” from the ground so it continues to grow. Hopefully radishes will be ready soon!Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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Are you having company this summer and looking for ideas to entertain them? Then join us for the June WHNA meeting on Monday June 13th at 6:30 PM when Carey Hegge from Explore La Crosse will speak about their Visitor Centers, the role the Centers play in welcoming guests and tourists to our region, and the community’s role in presenting all we have to offer. Explore La Crosse has 3 Visitor Centers that are staffed by volunteers who are passionate and knowledgeable about the La Crosse region. They would welcome other interested community members to join them in this critical effort. ... See MoreSee Less
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Per the City...the Weigent shelter gets demolished Monday!!! ... See MoreSee Less
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WHNA May Meeting--May 9th--6:30 PMGo to whnalax.org and click on the Join the Meeting button and follow the promptsWhat will we be talking about???As you walk around the neighborhood, have you wondered who is responsible for the upkeep of the center of traffic-calming circles or what’s appropriate to plant in boulevards?Leah Miller, a member of the La Crosse Department of Parks, Recreation and Forestry, will answer these and other questions during the May general meeting. She will talk about the plan to encourage residents to help beautify the city’s open spaces, which include roundabouts, calming circles, boulevards and medians.The city’s No Mow May program also will also be discussed. Please register with the Parks Dept. if you are interested in participating with No Mow May. ... See MoreSee Less
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEThe City of La Crosse will be offering large item spring clean-up on your city-serviced,scheduled, recycling collection day between May 16th – May 27th, 2022.• There will be 1 collection per residential tax parcel on the city-serviced, scheduled,recycling collection day.• Items shall not be set out more than 12 hours before collection and the property owneris responsible for removal of extra items left out once pickup is complete.• Each collection is limited to 5 items and their counterparts, per tax parcel (a table andfour chairs is considered 1 item).• Electronics and appliances cannot be placed for collection.• Items cannot exceed 300 lbs.• Items should be placed at your regular recycling collection point, otherwise they will notbe collected.• Mattresses and box springs shall be kept separate from other large items as they will bepicked up by a different truck and recycled. If rain is in the forecast please covermattresses and box springs so they remain dry.If you have questions on specific items, please contact Harter’s Quick Clean-Up, 608-782-2082.Other questions can be directed to our office. ... See MoreSee Less
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The Hogan Community Garden is ready for planting! Thanks to all who worked this week & today to get the garden ready. Thanks to Chuck for tilling the garden beds and for our Saturday work crew of John, Lewis, Woody, Scott, Travis, Sue and Kris for helping weed and chip the paths. It looks GREAT! ... See MoreSee Less
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