APPLETON - A controversial conversation about bike lanes in Appleton continues.
The city council is scheduled to vote Wednesday night on a plan to put bike lanes on Mason Street from Prospect Avenue to the north city limits. That would remove nearly all street parking from that stretch.
The city's municipal services committee approved the plan last week by a vote of three to two.
The ruling came after three hours of public testimony.
Bicyclists who support the plan say it will make their rides safer.
But some neighbors say removing parking will hurt schools, churches, and businesses on that street.
Wednesday night's city council meeting begins at 7:00 p.m.
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