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Wausau city leaders met Thursday night to discuss the future of
the controversial Thomas Street
Last month, the city was ruled ineligible to receive federal
funding. But city leaders say they want to continue the project.
At tonight's meeting two options were presented. The more
expensive one would widen Thomas Street
to four lanes. The second would re-pave the road.
"When you build infrastructure it lasts for a long
time," said Lisa Rasmussen, Wausau City Council President. "And so we have to look at future development. We have to
look at what our needs are going to be today and what they are going to be 15
years from today. So I think that taking some time to digest all this and
making the decision in February is right now the responsible thing for us to
City leaders plan to meet next month to vote on the two
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