Meeting to address state revenue alternatives
A community meeting Monday in Beloit focuses on ways local services can be funded with additional potential sources of state revenue.
Joe Fahey with the Institute for Wisconsin's Future says his group wants to let people know what they can do, because if they wait for budget cuts it will be too late for citizen involvement. He says the state budget shortfall affects services like snow removal, school events and prosecutors' offices. The Institute for Wisconsin's Future is a non-profit, non-partisan group traveling the state with similar meetings.
Monday's meeting is being held at Beloit Memorial High School from 5:30-7:30pm.