Presentation before the Madison Common Council by the City Engineering Dept. on Proposed Sanitary Sewer Billing Class.
City Engineering staff will present information on the City's Transportation Improvement Plan for 2015-2020.
Common Council Organizational Committee - Meeting of April 22, 2014.
City staff and members of the Judge Doyle Square Committee brief the Council on the status of the Judge Doyle Square project.
The Common Council meets as a Committee of the Whole to discuss possible 2014 Budget Amendments.
Presentation to the Common Council on the Emerald Ash Borer.
A listening session to gather input on proposed legislation that would legalize "tourist rooming houses" in the City under certain conditions.
Wisconsin State Department of Transportation Presentation: Beltline Planning and Environmental Linkages Study
Common Council Presentation: Update on Neighborhood Indicators Project
The Madison Common Council meets as a Committee of the Whole to continue discussion on priorities for the 2014 City Budget.
The Madison Common Council meets as a Committee of the Whole to discuss the outlook for the City's 2014 Budget.
A presentation to the Common Council by the Wisconsin Council on Children & Families on Race to Equity: The Project to Reduce Racial Disparities in Dane County.
Mark Woulf, Alcohol & Food Policy Coordinator, will be presenting information to the Common Council on the annual review of the City's Alcohol License Density Plan.
Common Council presentation on the Transportation Improvement Plan 2014-2019
Common Council Presentation: Madison Transit Corridor Study - Investigating Bus Rapid Transit in the Madison Area
Madison City Channel covers this presentation by Madison Area Transportation Planning Board staff on the 2013-2017 Transit Development Plan Recommendations.
The Committee discusses possible options for the Overture Center's future given its current financial problems.
The Committee discusses a report on the City's snow removal policies as well as a resolution moving forward talks with The Overture Center players on the possible sale of the building to the City.