City of
Madison

Current Council Meeting Agenda

Tuesday, October 17,  2017
6:30 p.m.
Room 201, City-County Building

Upcoming Council Meeting

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
6:30 p.m.
Room 201, City-County Building

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Upcoming Council Presentations

Council Presentation: A Greater Madison Vision Initiative
by Steve Steinhoff, Capital Area Regional Planning Commission
Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 5:30 pm
Room 201, City-County Building 

Agenda

Steve Steinhoff from the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission will present information on " A Greater Madison Vision", an initiative to develop a shared vision and plan for how the region grows in the next 2-3 decades. It is guided by a 40+ member Steering Committee of leaders from the public and private sectors. The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission provides staffing support as part of its statutory charge to prepare and adopt a master plan for the physical development of the region. The presentation will also cover outcomes from the "A Greater Madison Vision" values survey, their current public participation efforts and how they relate to Imagine Madison, the upcoming scenario planning process, and their desired outcomes for the initiative.

Website: http://www.agmv.vision/
Video Link: http://www.agmv.vision/a-greater-madison-vision-releases-new-video/

What's Going On

Resolution - Legislative File No. 48643 - Establishing a Plan for the Confederate Monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery.

Referred to the following committees for review:

BE FINALLY RESOLVED, that the Board of Parks Commissioners, through their authority under Madison General Ordinances Section 8.11, the Landmarks Commission, through its authority over Forest Hills Cemetery under Madison General Ordinances Chapter 41, and the Equal Opportunities Commission shall jointly meet to consider the following three options with regard to the two Lost Cause monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery:  whether to take down and permanently remove the two Lost Cause monuments, whether to leave the monuments in place but alter the messages contained therein, and whether to leave one or both of the Lost Cause monuments in the Cemetery but erect a new monument providing detail of the false narrative of the Lost Cause and the role these monuments play in that effort.

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Madison Common Council President - Marsha A. Rummel

President's Message

Welcome to the Madison Common Council website. Whether you are a resident or a visitor, we thank you for visiting our site. I encourage you to browse the site and learn more about what Council members are working on to promote the health, safety and general well being of our community.

It is a great honor to serve as the Madison Common Council President.

Ald. Marsha Rummel, President
Madison Common Council

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