Employee Raise At Stake in City Council Vote Tonight

La Crosse city employees are hopeful for the outcome of a vote tonight in city hall for a spending plan for next year.  The city council votes on a $70 million budget that includes a three percent pay raise for all workers.  Which is a solid plan, says city coucil finance committee chair, Audrey Kader


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While Kader supports raises for city employees, she does not support mayor Tim Kabat's plan for no increase to the city's property tax rate.   

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