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District 6

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel,
Council President

Contact Information

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 August 22, 2016

August 21, 2016 7:25 PM


August is a slow month for city meetings but I have lots to report! 

Mother Fools Coffee House was bashed up last night by a car crash, the building sustained significant damage. They are seeking $10K to get through the immediate period. Please check out the gofundme.com/motherfools campaign and help if you can.

Highlights this week include a request from the Elks Club for a land division at Landmarks on Monday. Neighborhood association traffic committees and residents concerned about traffic issues should check out the proposed revised procedure manual for traffic calming at Ped Bike Motor Vehicles Commission on Tuesday. The TIF Review Board (aka Joint Review Board) composed of all local taxing jurisdictions will review the city of Madison's proposed amendment to TID 25 on Wednesday. The latest chapter to the Housing Strategy Committee report will be discussed on Thursday.



Several food and alcohol license applications have been submitted for the Sept 21st  ALRC meeting, 5:30 room 201 CCB
1. La Kitchenette 805 Williamson Class B Beer and Liquor (formerly Bon Appetit)
2. Common Pasta LLC 940 Williamson (seeking more info)
3. Fuegos Steak and Tapas 904 Williamson Class B Beer and Liquor. A n'hood meeting is tentatively scheduled for Sept 7 at 7p place TBD. They are also requesting a parking reduction at Plan Commission Sept 19th.
4. Alma Latina Restaurant 117 S Butler Class B Combo (formerly theBayou) A n'hood meeting will be scheduled, stay tuned.

 

Stateline Distillery is seeking a conditional use permit to open a tasting room at 1413 Northern Ct. State law exempts distilleries from local licensing requirements but several years ago the zoning text was amended to require distilleries (permitted only in Trad Employment zoning districts) to get a conditional use permit from the Plan Commission.  A n'hood meeting will be scheduled, stay tuned.
 



Upcoming events:

Th 8/25 Darbo Worthington Peace Walk, Bike Rodeo and Block Party, 1-8p, Peace Walk starts at the Salvation Army at 1p, Bike Rodeo 2-4p, and local food carts and live music 4-8p at Worthington Park

Mon 8/29 Reconsideration of 418 Division Plan Commission decision to place on file has been requested by a member of the Plan Commission, if a majority agrees to reconsider, the developers' rezoning and conditional use application will be reviewed again. 5:30, room 201 CCB
   
Tues 8/30 Alder Zellers/District 2 neighborhood meeting to review the development proposal by the Salvation Army for their facility at 630 E Washington 7p, room D240 Downtown MATC 211 S Carroll.  The building they are currently using at that site would be demolished, and a six-story building would be constructed.  The intent is to continue the current services which are being provided at this site including an overnight shelter for single women and families, medical and dental services, and offices.  They will also be applying for WHEDA tax credits to help construct 66 units of affordable & market rate housing.  Approximately 150 parking spaces are proposed.

Wed 8/31 Parking, Safety & Buses - Community Planning Discussions 6:30 - 9p.m. Immanuel Lutheran Church 1021 Spaight St ?(enter at the lower level  by the parking lot). Marquette Neighborhood Association and Alder Rummel are hosting 
a small-group focused discussion and information sharing on the topics of parking, pedestrian and bicyclist safety, bus service, traffic, and quality of life issues, and the impacts on Williamson  and Jenifer Street area businesses and residents as part of the the study by Metro to determine whether to relocate buses to Willy St. City staff will be available to answer questions. 
Thurs 9/1 Cosmos Spark neighborhood meetiing about the 800 blk south development by Otto Gebhardt and American Family 6:30p 945 E Washington Archipelago Village Design Center (enter from the parking lot off S Brearly)



Meetings of interest this week:

Monday Aug 22,  2016
Landmarks Commission
4:45p room LL-110 MMB
https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=442915&GUID=C4988363-B0CB-478D-BBFB-24328898A4C9

PUBLIC HEARING - REQUEST FOR ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS 
1. 43525 711-719 Jenifer Street - Third Lake Ridge Historic District - Land Division of property. 6th Ald. Dist. Contact: Paul Spetz, Isthmus Surveying 

From the staff report: The Elks intend to divide their existing lot to make two lots. One lot would contain all of the improvements related to the Elk's Lodge and the other lot would contain the historic residence. The lot being created for the historic residence is approximately 4000 square feet and has narrow frontage at the street with a depth that extends toward Lake Monona. This configuration is similar to other adjacent residential lots and maintains the general lot size pattern of the historic district. 

Note there are two letters from nearby neighbors opposed to the proposed lot division which eliminates 711 Jenifer's access to the lake.

LLC REQUEST FOR ISSUANCE OF CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS 
3. 44072 841 & 843 Williamson Street - Alteration to a designated Landmark - Ridgeside Co-op, Rebuild and extend the front porch and back porch decks. 6th Ald. Dist. Contact: Karen Brown; Ridgeside Co-op

6. 41270 Buildings Proposed for Demolition - 2016 - 
17 Dixon Street (Technical demo) 

Tuesday August 23
Ped Bike Motor Vehicle Commission
5p room GR-27 CCB (enter on Carroll St)
http://legistar.cityofmadison.com/meetings/2016/8/15329_A_PEDESTRIAN_BICYCLE_MOTOR_VEHICLE_COMMISSION_16-08-23_Agenda.pdf?id=ce8d9491-5ac4-406e-bd2d-50cb8e8ae254

E.3. 44106 Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (NTMP) Manual- The NTMP Objectives, Policies and Procedures. 
From the legislative analysis: "The document has been modified to relax selection criteria and steps for disadvantage areas/neighborhoods. The changes were made in consultation with the City racial equity team....These changes are in addition to work being done with City Information Services to consider new ways to encourage participation, including mechanisms to survey people electronically for example via cell phone. This is to encourage  greater participation in the process and should benefit all neighborhoods. "

This is the manual the city uses to review traffic calming.

Wednesday August 24
TIF Review Board
12p room LL-110 MMB
https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=501231&GUID=EC817466-26F4-4E12-BA62-D93EAEF843D8

NEW BUSINESS 44062 RESOLUTION APPROVING AN AMENDMENT TO THE PROJECT PLAN FOR TID #25 (WILSON ST CORRIDOR) 10857 TID #25 Project Plan Amendment 2016 - JRB Report 1.pdf TID #25 2016 Amendment (Resolution & Project Plan)

To amend TID 25 project plan and budget, an update required for Judge Doyle Square project to move forward.

Thursday August 25
Housing Strategy Committee
4p room 313 MMB
https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=443423&GUID=D52659E2-AF29-4FFB-884B-073B6291869A?

If you want an indepth review of city housing trends and policy recommendations, please review the  recent chapter on student housing and the consolidated report.





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