City of La Crosse to Reconsider Allowing Accessory Dwelling Units (ADUs)
Public Meetings on January 17 and 18
Several old buildings that used to and/or still do offer homes to many are on the edge of being uninhabitable. One place near UWL was originally built as a four-apartment house but it's been condemned and may be razed. The whole history of this beautiful property as well as its ability to offer dense housing in a desirable neighborhood and all the carbon that went into its construction and maintenance may be lost. And this is not the only one. So, another solution might be to make it financially painful for someone to let a useable home crumble (sometimes, so it can be demolished and replaced with an ugly, inefficient human warehouse).