Alder Marsha A. Rummel
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
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 February 13, 2017
Highlights: At Board of Estimates Monday, a TIF application for $343,000, for Stone House's affordable housing proposal at 134 S Fair Oaks; a $2M budget request to purchase the Sands property for Central Park; and the lease agreement with BKM for the Olbrich Biergarten. At ALRC Wednesday, applications for The Hail Mary Sports Grill at 401 E Washington, Nomad World Pub at 418 E Wilson and the Olbrich Biergarten alcohol license. Also on Wednesday, I am convening a neighborhood meeting on a conditional use application for Banzo Shuk. Last July, they received their alcohol license from the ALRC but the 1500 block of Williamson is in the NMX zoning district and liquor licenses are a conditional use. They are applying for outdoor seating which is also a conditional use. They will need Plan Commission approval for the two Conditional Use permits.
Monday February 17
Board of Estimates
4:30p room 354 CCB
19. 45285 Adopting Madison in Motion as the City of Madison's long-range transportation system plan, policy framework and resource for future transportation investments, as a supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
20. 46054 SUBSTITUTE - Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a development agreement to fund a $343,000 Tax Incremental Finance Loan to 134 Fair Oaks, LLC or its assigns to assist in the development of an approximately 80-unit affordable housing project approximately 80 parking stalls and approximately 2,250 square feet of commercial space located at 134 S. Fair Oaks Avenue within the boundary of TID #37 (Union Corners); and amending the 2017 Adopted Capital Budget for the Economic Development Division to appropriate $343,000 in GO Borrowing authority for TID 37.
Fiscal Note: This resolution would authorize a $343,000 loan to 134 Fair Oaks, LLC or its assigns ("Developer") for the redevelopment at 134 S. Fair Oaks Avenue in the existing TID #37 (Union Corners) boundary. The Project consists of approximately 80 apartment units (68 affordable and 12 market rate) and 2,250 square feet of commercial space and approximately 80 parking stalls ("Project"). This loan would be repaid through incremental taxes generated by the Project and represents approximately 55% of the present value of all incremental taxes anticipated from the Project over the 16-years of life remaining in TID #37. Within 30 days of closing, Developer shall provide to City, a certified pro forma with final sources and uses ("Certified Pro Forma"). TIF funding will be contingent upon verification that the project has a gap in the amount of the TIF Loan based on the total sources and uses. Should the gap be less than the TIF Loan, then the TIF Loan shall be reduced to the amount of the gap shown in the Certified Pro Forma.Funding of the $343,000 TIF Loan to the Project requires an amendment to the 2017 Capital Budget authorizing the expenditure. While it is anticipated that the incremental taxes generated by the Project will be sufficient to repay the loan within approximately 8 years, the Developer is required to guaranty a minimum payment if sufficient future tax increment is not available. The loan will be funded by GO borrowing that will be repaid through future incremental revenue with TID 37.The increment guarantee is secured by a subordinated mortgage on the property. The TIF Loan also requires that Developer be prohibited from selling or transferring the Property prior to repayment of the TIF Loan. If Developer sells or transfers the Property to a tax-exempt entity, Buyer shall pay an annual payment in lieu of taxes (PILOT) in the amount of the property tax paid as of the date of sale, frozen, until July 18, 2033.
21. 45987 Funding a Solar Group Buy Program in 2017.
25. 45975 Amending the 2017 Capital Budget for the Parks Division to appropriate $2,000,000 from the Citywide Parkland Fee fund and revising the Fiscal Note for RES-16-00621, Legistar File No. 43720.
Fiscal Note: The proposed resolution amends the Parks Division 2017 Capital Budget to increase budget authority for the Central Park Improvements project (MUNIS No. 10646) by $2,000,000. This resolution also approves an increase in the fee acquisition costs for the project from $2,100,000 to $3,600,000 based on recent appraisal results and City Real Estate's cost estimate for the land interest acquisition and relocation costs, including City Real Estate staff time and related administration costs. The Parks Division 2017 Capital Budget includes $480,000 of reauthorized funding from the Citywide Parkland Fee fund in the Central Park Improvements project. This funding, along with the remaining Federal funding, will be used for the purchase of the land interest, relocation costs, and other associated costs. Additional funding in the amount of $2,000,000 is needed to fully fund this project. Funding is available in the Citywide Parkland Fee fund. The current balance of the Citywide Parkland Fee fund is $12,060,254 should this resolution be approved the remaining balance would be $10,060,254.
26. 45968 Authorizing the City to execute an agreement with BKM Group, LLC to conduct food and beverage concession sales (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and selling supporting merchandise at Olbrich Park from the years of 2017-2023.
Fiscal Note: This resolution authorizes up to a 7-year agreement with BKM Group, LLC at Olbrich Park. The agreement will set forth the terms and conditions upon which the City will allow BKM Group, LLC to conduct food and beverage concession sales (alcoholic and non-alcoholic) and selling supporting merchandise. The agreement will begin upon execution and conclude on December 31, 2023, unless not renewed or terminated earlier. BKM Group, LLC will pay the City an anticipated $171,650 over the seven (7) years of the agreement and make a minimum of $62,500 in capital improvements to the City's facilities. These revenues will be recognized in the Parks Division Operating Budget.
Wednesday February 15
Alcohol License Review Committee
5:30 room 201 CCB
14. 44003 Establishing the Task Force on Equity in Music and Entertainment.
18. 44842 Public Hearing - New License BKM Group LLC • dba Olbrich Biergarten 3527 Atwood Ave • Agent: Erik Kesting • Estimated Capacity: 300 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 70% alcohol, 30% food Aldermanic District 15 (Alder Ahrens) • Police Sector 610
19. 45183 Public Hearing - New License Top Shelf Hospitality LLC • dba The Hail Mary Sports Grill 401 E Washington Ave • Agent: Daniel Mijal • Estimated Capacity: 200 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 35% alcohol, 60% food, 5% other Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406
23. 45812 Public Hearing - New License NOMADISON LLC • dba Nomad World Pub 418 E Wilson St • Agent: Michael Eitel • Estimated Capacity: Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 85% alcohol, 10% food, 5% other Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406
31. 45820 18+ Visual & Performing Arts License NOMADISON LLC • dba Nomad World Pub • Capacity: 160 418 E Wilson St • Agent: Michael Eitel Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 90% alcohol, 10% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406?
Wednesday February 15
Banzo Shuk neighborhood meeting
7p O'keeffe middle school cafeteria
Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will hear about Aaron Collins and Netalee Sheinman's proposal to serve alcohol and have outdoor seating at Banzo Shük, 1511 Williamson Street. They were granted Class B Beer and Class C Wine licenses in July 2016 but need a Conditional Use Permit for alcohol service and outdoor seating because the restaurant is in the Neighborhood Mixed-Use (NMX) zoning district. They are proposing to add an outdoor seating area of three to four tables (12-16 people) in the enclosed back area of the restaurant.
Thursday February 16
CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations
6p room 351 CCB
agenda should be posted by Monday
4. Presentation: Dane County's Efforts to Reduce Disparities in Arrests-Colleen Clark-Bernhardt, Dane County Equity & Racial Justice Coordinator
Suspension of Roberts Rules of Order may occur on Agenda Item No. to allow the subcommittee to act informally, thereby allowing for the public to participate in subcommittee discussions and provide testimony. The chair shall maintain order and decorum, any motions must remain in accord with Robert's Rules; the suspension of the Rules applies only to this item.
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