The YMCA of Metropolitan Milwaukee is reportedly set to undergo a major restructuring that could include the closing of some of its branches.
The restructuring is a result of a $30 million debt the Y has incurred, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported. The Y currently has 10 centers plus two camps. It operates a charter school that it is selling for $6 million, according to the newspaper.
"The alternative is to go out of business," Julie Tolan, who became president
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