Concrete Streets Face More Years Without Repairs in La Crosse

Had some rough travels around La Crosse? 



No surprise when you think about the age of some of the concrete streets in the city



City public works director Dale Hexom says concrete streets are much harder to keep in good repair than asphalt streets even though they last a lot longer.  Some bumpy concrete areas, like Lang drive and South avenue, are state highways and repairs on those aren't scheduled for at least the next five years. 

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