City of
Madison

District 6

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

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Home Address:

1029 Spaight St # 6C
Madison , WI 53703

Council Office

Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Rummel’s Updates

D6 Items of Interest Week of January 14, 2019

January 13, 2019 7:57 PM

Highlights:  Selection of the architecture team for the Madison Public Market, funding for programing and improvements at Goodman Community Center, and Garver Lot 2 development agreement at Finance Monday. Two mayoral forums this week – Tuesday at the downtown library (or live streaming on City Channel) and Wednesday at the Barrymore Theater on Madison's Arts Future – see details below. Also Wednesday 929 E Washington phase 1 at Urban Design Commission (the Mautz block); the ALRC will take up new license at 901 E Washington in the new Hotel Indigo (historic Kleuter building); and the Taskforce on Government Structure receives preliminary reports from two subcommittees. On Thursday, the Downtown Coordinating Committee will discuss the proposed new ordinance and guidelines for street use permits/events.



Monday January 14, 2019

Finance Committee

4:30p room 215 MMB (FKA room 260 changed per fire dept standards)

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=661605&GUID=6B570D22-7F6C-46BE-81B3-8FB13FD51C7F

 

12. 54116 Create the classification of Treasury and Revenue Manager in CG18, R16 and create a new 1.0 FTE position of Treasury and Revenue Manager in the Finance Department budget. Effective with the retirement of the City Treasurer in June, 2019, delete the classification and position of City Treasurer.

 

17. 54200 SUBTITUTE - Amending the Police Department's 2019 Operating Budget and authorizing the Chief of Police to accept up to $30,000 annually for two years in overtime funds from the Wisconsin Department of Justice to allocate additional resources to the Dane County Narcotics Task Force for conducting heroin and opiate investigations.

 

Fiscal Note: The proposed resolution authorizes the acceptance of up to $60,000 over two years from Wisconsin Department of Justice to allocate additional resources to the Dane County Narcotics Task Force for conducting heroin and opiate investigations and amends the 2019 Police Operating Budget accordingly. The grant funds overtime wages and benefits. There is no City matching requirement and no impact on the levy. 

 

20. 53933 Authorizing an Amendment to RES-17-00664, Authorizing the Execution of a Development Agreement with Garver Feed Mill, LLC, to modify the Closing Conditions for Lot 2 and amend the Environmental Responsibilities. (6th A.D.)

 

23. 54141 Amending Resolution Enactment Nos. RES-18-00069 and RES-18-00399, which authorize a lease with the Town of Blooming Grove for space within the building located at 3325 Thurber Avenue for use as an artist studio.

 

26. 54181 Amending the 2019 Sanitary Sewer Utility Capital Budget and Engineering Major Streets Capital Budget to convert $250,000 of existing Sewer Revenue Bond appropriation to Sewer Utility Reserve appropriation in the Sewer Reconstruction program and transfer to the Reconstruction Streets program to fund a pilot program to install sewer backwater valves to properties upon request.

 

The proposed resolution amends the 2019 Sewer Utility and Engineering-Major Streets capital budgets by converting $250,000 of existing revenue bond appropriation to sewer utility reserve appropriation in the Sewer Reconstruction program and transferring the budget sewer reserve appropriation to the Reconstruction Streets program for a pilot program to install sewer backwater valves. If the Sewer Backwater Valve pilot program results in a future year capital budget program for the Sewer Utility, the program will be presented as a proposal within the Sewer Utility's capital budget request.

 

The water main break and subsequent sewerage backup that occurred last year on Oak and Union St inspired this pilot program.

 

33. 54211 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract for Purchase of Services (Architect) with Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. to provide professional architectural and engineering design services and construction administration services for the design and construction of the Madison Public Market. (12th AD) Note: Public Market Development Committee will take up this item on Jan 15.

 

34. 54228 Approving the Collaboration Agreement between the City of Madison and the Madison Public Market Foundation, providing a $250,000 grant to the Madison Public Market Foundation, and directing staff to move forward with creating an operating agreement and lease. Note: Public Market Development Committee will take up this item on Jan 15.

 

35. 54222 Authorizing extending the City's contract with Hope Community Capital for Consulting Services to secure New Markets Tax Credits for the Madison Public Market. Note: Public Market Development Committee will take up this item on Jan 15.

 

37. 54219 SUBSTITUTE: Approving the provision of up to $150,000 in 2019 Emerging Opportunities Program (EOP) funds to specified organizations and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with those organizations to implement the designated projects.

 

38. 54244 Awarding up to $1,185,000 in Federal HOME funds to Madison Development Corporation and Wisconsin Partnership for Housing Development to help finance the development of affordable housing, and up to $400,000 in Federal CDBG funds to Irwin A Robert D Goodman Center to support capital improvements, as the recommended outcome of a competitive RFP process conducted by the Community Development Division; and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with those agencies to implement the specified development projects.

 

39. 53955 SUBSTITUTE-Amending the City's 2019 Operating Budget to transfer $165,000 from the Contingent Reserve to the Community Development Division authorizing a sole source contract with Tree Lane Apartments LLC, for the purpose of helping to fund services designed to enhance the safety, security and well-being of residents living in and around the Tree Lane Apartments property

 

 



Monday January 14

Landmarks Commission

5p room 111 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=640625&GUID=50A712F8-E9E8-4980-A1CB-94C0251A8674

 

2. 54282 901 Jenifer St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist.

 

3. 47837 Landmarks Commission Historic Preservation Plan Status Report

 



Monday January 14

Plan Commission

5:30p room 201 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=646902&GUID=78C6C183-2CF5-445D-A541-BAA659103FBF

 

4. 54141 Amending Resolution Enactment Nos. RES-18-00069 and RES-18-00399, which authorize a lease with the Town of Blooming Grove for space within the building located at 3325 Thurber Avenue for use as an artist studio.

 

6. 53917 Adopting the Oscar Mayer Area Strategic Assessment Report, dissolving the Oscar Mayer Strategic Assessment Committee, and authorizing the development of the Oscar Mayer Area Special Area Plan.

 

8. 53811 Creating Section 28.022 -- 00353 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 1954 E. Washington Avenue, 12th Aldermanic District, from TR-V2 (Traditional Residential - Varied 2) District to TR-U1(Traditional Residential - Urban 1) District.

 

9. 53618 1954 E. Washington Avenue; 12th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish an office building located at 22 N. Second Street; consideration of a conditional use for a multi-family dwelling with more than eight units in the (proposed) TR-U1 (Traditional Residential-Urban 1) District; and consideration of a residential building complex in TR-U1 zoning, all to construct a four-story apartment building with 30 units along E. Washington Avenue and a six-unit townhouse building along E. Mifflin Street.

 

11. 52912 Consideration of a conditional use to construct a mixed-use building with 1,200 square feet of commercial space and 58 apartments at 1202 S. Park Street; Urban Design Dist. 7; 13th Ald. Dist.

 

Note: Item 11 should be referred to a future meeting (no date specified) at the request of the applicant and pending a recommendation by the Urban Design Commission.

 

12. 53863 1032-1050 E. Washington Avenue; Urban Design Dist 8; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use for dwelling units in a mixed-use building in the Traditional Employment (TE) District; consideration of a conditional use for a building in the TE District exceeding five stories and 68 feet in height; consideration of a conditional use for general retail in the TE District; and consideration of a conditional use for an arts/ technical/ trade school in the TE District, all to construct a mixed-use building with 53,000 square feet of commercial space and 128 apartments in an eleven-story building along E. Washington Avenue and a four-story youth arts center along E. Mifflin Street.

 



Tuesday January 15

Public Market Development Committee

5p room 207 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=672507&GUID=1AC43E8D-E860-4A2A-BC5B-280C955EFDFC

 

1. 54211 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract for Purchase of Services (Architect) with Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. to provide professional architectural and engineering design services and construction administration services for the design and construction of the Madison Public Market. (12th AD)

 

2. 54222 Authorizing extending the City's contract with Hope Community Capital for Consulting Services to secure New Markets Tax Credits for the Madison Public Market.

 

3. 54228 Approving the Collaboration Agreement between the City of Madison and the Madison Public Market Foundation, providing a $250,000 grant to the Madison Public Market Foundation, and directing staff to move forward with creating an operating agreement and lease.

 

27499 Public Market Discussion • Update on design process • Update on Johnson Street construction plans • Information on Burr Jones Park potential improvements • Madison Public Market Foundation Update • Funding Updates • MarketReady Updates

 



Tuesday January 15

Madison Mayoral Candidate Forum

6-8:30p Madison Public Library 201 W Mifflin St

 

*NOTE* Seating in the forum room is sold out. The hosts (Our Revolution-Dane County and 8 others) have arranged for overflow seating (no tickets necessary) with a live video feed just outside. Live-streaming of the forum can also be seen at Madison City Channel.

 



Wednesday January 16

STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION

10a room 108 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=640425&GUID=53CC91A5-744E-40B4-B320-EB44EC58F566

 

Find out about upcoming events in 2019.

 



Wednesday January 16

Urban Design Commission

4:30p room 111 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=646934&GUID=F52963F5-4006-4E53-90C1-BB50281D14C8

 

6. 54198 929 E. Washington Avenue - New Development of a Commercial/Office Mixed-Use Building Located in UDD No. 8. 6th Ald. Dist. Owner: Archipelago Village, LLC Applicant: Doug Hursh, Potter Lawson, Inc. Informational Presentation

 

Application https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=6916811&GUID=4FCB280C-5DBC-4159-BED0-528EA654681A

The developer is proposing to demolish 945 E Washington and 924 E Main St. See the app for photos and site plan.

I previously opposed demolition of 924 E Main at the Plan Commission when the developer did not have a concept plan for the entire block. The current submission is for phase 1 only. See page 13 of the submittal for what is proposed for phase 1 and page 14 for phase 2. The proposed demo and redevelopment of 924 E Main is part of phase 2. The timeline for phase 2 is unknown at this time. The developer previously received permission from Plan to demo buildings adjacent to and behind the Kleuter building and the new hotel is under construction, I supported those demolitions.

When this comes to Plan Commission, I will again ask for delay of demolition of the phase 2 buildings until the developers are ready to commence. I remain opposed to demo of 924 E Main. It contributes to the historic character of E Main St, especially with the nearby buildings at the Brearly intersection (Wisconsin Telephone building and 931 E Main home of Old Sugar Distillery, and former bus depot, now a business incubator owned by Common Wealth Development).

 



Wednesday January 16

Alcohol License Review Commission

5:30p room 201 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=668543&GUID=AE7C7D3C-ABAA-4D2A-B7AE-3C5AB56A2325

 

8. 54365 Request to extend license issuance beyond the 90 day limit under MGO 38.05 Public Hearing - New License Frameshift Arts Cafe LLC • dba The Winnebago Arts Cafe 2262 Winnebago St. • Agent: John DeHaven • Estimated Capacity: 99 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 57% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 410 

9. 54156 Public Hearing - New License Palette Grill LLC • dba Palette Bar and Grill 901 E Washington Ave • Agent: Matt Robert • Estimated Capacity: 255 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 25% alcohol, 75% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408

I did not hold a neighborhood meeting about this license application. The MNA preservation and development committee reviewed the application and recommended to the MNA Board to support the application with recommendations. The letter of support from the Board is in the legistar file. I agree with their recommendations.



Wednesday January 16

TASK FORCE ON STRUCTURE OF CITY GOVERNMENT

6p room 151 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=661754&GUID=85281829-7E00-406A-8AAC-FCA448A5AC4A

5 PRELIMINARY REPORT FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON COMMON COUNCIL

6 PRELIMINARY REPORT FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE ON BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES

 



Wednesday January 16

Madison's Arts Future: A Mayoral Candidate Forum

Hosted by Tone Madison and Art + Literature Laboratory

7-8:30p Barrymore Theater 2090 Atwood Ave

 

The arts play an essential role in Madison's identity, in the quality of Madisonian' lives, and in the local economy. Arts and culture nonprofits in Dane County provide $249.9 million in economic activity, according to a 2017 data analysis by Americans for the Arts. At the same time, Madison faces challenges in maintaining its role as a cultural center, providing adequate space for arts and music, and ensuring that creative people can afford to live in the city. That makes the arts an important part of the conversation when it comes to choosing Madison's elected leaders.

"Madison's Arts Future" is the only event during the course of the campaign that will focus exclusively on policy matters that impact the arts. Questions will touch on issues ranging from city-funded grants and initiatives to the need for more creative spaces in Madison.  Katie Hutchinson, co-host of WORT-FM's Another Green World radio show and a Tone Madison contributor, and Brian Standing, host of WORT's Monday 8 O'clock Buzz talk program, will moderate the forum.

Free and open to the public. ADDITIONAL PARKING available at United Way and Kennedy Place.

 



Thursday January 17

Downtown Coordinating Committee

5:30p room 206 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=656344&GUID=11A59F38-FB44-472A-A322-12F616AE32D1

2. 53818 Creating Section 10.056(2)(f), amending Sections 10.056(6)(a), (b), (d), (i), (o), 10.056(11), and 10.056(12)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances creating and modifying the standards of issuance for street use permits, creating the Downtown Zone and authorizing policies for permits in that zone, and allowing a permit to be cancelled prior to an event in case of emergency.

Referred from 12-20 meeting

DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This ordinance amendment creates a geographic area called the Downtown Zone for purposes of reviewing Street Use Permits for street closures for events, festivals, races, etc., in that zone. The Downtown Zone includes the core of the isthmus extending roughly from Blair to Park Streets, but excludes the Capitol Square, the 100 blocks off the square, and 200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, where events are encouraged.  This amendment will allow the Street Use Staff Commission to create rules for street closures in the Downtown Zone to consider impacts on traffic patterns, Metro Transit service, and residential, business and government occupants within that zone. This amendment also elaborates on the criteria for approving a street use permit, allowing the Staff Commission to consider the overall number of permitted events and other activities happening in the City when considering an application for a street use event. Currently the ordinance allows consideration of traffic impacts and the ability to provide police and other emergency services, and impacts on residents.  The existing ordinance does not explicitly mention impacts on public transit, overall strain on city services, nor does it speak to the overlap of events over the course of a weekend. This amendment makes it explicit that the Commission may consider the following factors:  size, location, route, duration of an event, as well as safety concerns articulated by the Police or Fire Department, significant impairment to traffic flow, Metro Transit service, or the provision of police, fire, or other emergency services. Those factors can be considered based on the proposed event itself or the combination of events or activities known to be occurring on the same day or same weekend. This amendment also clarifies the requirement for a Traffic Management Plan for closures of State Street that include closing Gorham, Johnson and Dayton-Fairchild Streets, and creates a new rule that John Nolen Drive cannot be completely closed for a Street Use Event unless it is a City-Sponsored event. Finally, this amendment clarifies that a permit for an event that has not yet started can be terminated by the Police or Fire Chief, upon consultation with the Superintendent of Parks, if termination is reasonable and necessary in the face of imminent danger or threat to public safety.

 

 




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