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Monday Harvest Update from the Hogan Victory GardenWe have beans and some small and medium sized yellow summer squash ready to pick. We also have kale available and 1 small cabbage. Bring a knife with you to cut the cabbage from the outer leaves. Potatoes coming soon and a few of the tomatoes look like they are getting ready to turn!Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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Harvest Update from the Hogan Victory GardenWe have beans! The beans are coming fast so come on up & enjoy some. We still yellow summer squash ready to pick—some small and some larger but they grow fast so if you like small or medium size summer squash pick now.Still have lettuce available. Bring a scissors to cut what you’d like. And still have a couple green and red cabbage ready. They are in the row parallel to 19th street. Bring a knife with you to cut them from the outer leaves. Potatoes coming soon!Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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The WHNA Board hopes you'll attend in person or virtually to voice your support for an additional $200,000 for the Weigent Shelter. There is $400,000 set aside to build the new shelter but bid's this spring came in at $600,000 or more. If you value a new shelter please voice your support!!What are your priorities for La Crosse? Parks? Libraries? Fire Stations? You'll find those and many other potential infrastructure plans in the current draft of the 2022-2026 capital projects budget for the city here: www.cityoflacrosse.org/your-government/departments/finance/budget/capital-improvement/2022-capita.... We welcome your comments at a public hearing on Monday, 7/12. Either join us online here: call.lifesizecloud.com/9794361 or come to the Southside Neighborhood Center to speak in person. Meeting starts at 6pm. See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
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Lots of small squash, cabbage and some lettuce. Bring a knife or scissors to cut the lettuce and cabbage...Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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Harvest at the Hogan Victory GardenThere’s a few things ready to harvest this week—the yellow summer squash is coming—small now (about 4 inches) but they grow fast so if you like small summer squash go ahead & pick now but for sure pick by the end of the week. Also, we have a few green cabbage ready. They are in the row parallel to 19th street. The heads that are a little bigger than a baseball and firm to the touch are ready. Bring a knife with you to cut them from the outer leaves. Coleslaw anyone?????Enjoy! ... See MoreSee Less
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La Crosse Fire DepartmentMedia ReleaseIncident Date: 6/24/2021City of La CrossePat Corran, Community Risk EducatorDave Reinhert, Chief Building InspectorReinhartd@cityoflacrosse.org, 608.789.7564With the summer in full swing, the City of La Crosse Fire Department would like to remind City residents of the municipal ordinance in place regarding lawn care.Adopted from Wisconsin Statute and per municipal code 30-4, it is the responsibility of every owner, possessor or occupier of land within the City, or of every person having charge of any such lands, to cut all noxious weeds, grass or other growth detrimental to the health and safety of city residents. Grasses and other detrimental growth shall be cut before they bloom or grow to a height of more than eight inches.Anyone violating this ordinance is subject to citations ranging from not less than $50.00 to no more than $1,000. ... See MoreSee Less
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