Council Fails to Override Mayoral Vetoes on Referendum Questions

La Crosse voters won't get a say on billboards this spring. 

Two advisory referendum questions were poised to go on the ballot in April regarding billboards. One question asked whether electronic billboards should be banned altogether..  Another whether there were simply too many billboards in the city.  Both of those questions, along with one dealt with the size of the city council, were vetoed by Mayor Matt Harter last week.  In a special city council meeting last night, the city council failed to overturn vetoes on the billboard referendums or the one on the city council size.  Voters will still get a binding referendum in April that asks whether the city should essentially change its form of government and hire a top city administrator. 

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