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 September 4, 2018
Highlights: Budget season officially begins Tuesday with the introduction of the 2018 Executive Capital Budget, it will have the latest major street construction projects for the next 5 years and other public infrastructure improvements. At Tuesday's Council meeting, there is a 3rd substitute on studying future governance that is a hybrid between the resolution introduced by some members of the Council and the Mayor's alternate resolution (which will be placed on file). I am pleased we were able to work through our differences and find a way forward. For introduction at Tuesday's meeting is a resolution to help WilMar fund the purchase of the parking lot owned by Immanuel Lutheran and an initiative to create a plan to address the confederate monument in Forest Hill cemetery. On Thursday, the MPD Policy and Procedures Ad Hoc Committee will be getting presentations that may be of interest, including an update from Michael Gennaco from the OIR consultant group.
Tuesday September 5, 2017
Common Council Executive Committee
4:30p room 108 CCB
6. 46249 2nd SUBSTITUTE Recreating Section 3.14, creating Sections 33.55 and 33.56 of the Madison General Ordinances to recreate the Department of Transportation and to create the Transportation Policy and Planning Board and the Transportation Commission.
7. 46376 Repealing Sections 3.14(1) through (3) and 3.14(4)(k) through 3.14(11) of the Madison General Ordinances to update the Department of Transportation Department ordinance.
8. 46377 CHARTER ORDINANCE - Repealing Section 3.14(4)(a) through (j) of the Madison General Ordinances to restructure the Department of Transportation.
9. 48571 Update on Chief of Staff Hiring Process (9/5/17) - Council President Marsha Rummel
Tuesday September 5
Common Council presentation
5:45p room 201 CCB
PLANNING DIVISION STAFF PRESENTATION: UPDATE ON MADISON COMPREHENSIVE PLAN.
Planning Division staff will provide the Common Council with a summary of community feedback received during Phase 2 and a preview of Phase 3 of the Imagine Madison Comprehensive Plan Update process. Madison Comprehensive Plan Website: http://bit.ly/2xz3U8q Imagine Madison Website: http://bit.ly/2uOG4DX
Tuesday September 5
6:30p room 201 CCB
9. 48140 Public Hearing - New License Star UWM LLC • dba 5 Star Korean Barbeque 605 E Washington Avenue • Agent: Chulkee Chang Estimated Capacity: 99 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 10% alcohol, 90% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408
14. 47763 Amending Section 28. 151 of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify that any change in a limited production and processing use requires a conditional use alteration.
This amendment expands upon the existing supplemental regulations for the Limited Production and Processing use. Limited Production and Processing, is defined by Section 28.211 and regulated under Section 28.151. The use requires Conditional Use approval in certain districts where it is allowed. This amendment to Section 28.151 clarifies that any change in use, either through changing the product being produced or the intensity with which the product is produced and processed, requires a Conditional Use alteration pursuant to Section 28.183(8). This will ensure that the use won't change from the production of one item to another, or from one production level, intensity, process, or method to another, without taking into account the impact the change might have on the neighborhood or surrounding properties.
27. 48309 Supporting Assembly Bill 438 Use of Force Policies and Assembly Bill 439 Use of Force Training.
39. 48168 Change of Licensed Premise Growl LLC • dba BarleyPop Tap and Shop Current Capacity: 34 in/0 out • Proposed Capacity: 34 in/8 out 2045 Atwood Avenue #107 • Agent: Jason Hajdik Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 100% alcohol, 0% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 313 Addition of outdoor seating area. Attachments: LICPCH-2017-00704 App.pdf Legislative History 8/16/17 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - REPORT OF OFFICER
76. 48421 Awarding Public Works Contract No. 7951, Capitol East District Parking Structure. Sponsors: BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS Attachments: Contract 7951.pdf
81. 48429 Assessing Benefits - Jenifer Street, S. Paterson Street, S. Brearly Street and S. Few Street Reconstruction Assessment District - 2015.
92. 47707 3rd SUBSTITUTE - Creating a special task force on city governance to examine the structure and powers of the Common Council and its committees and the structure and powers of the Mayor's office.
The 3rd Substitute is supported by the original sponsors and the Mayor.
94. 48142 Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Debbie Dines located at 1339-1343 Dewey Court; 6th Ald. Dist
97. 48445 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into contract with the Madison Public Library Foundation for the creation of a mural alley.
In the back area of Hawthorne Library abutting Hermina St.
116. 48245 Authorizing the City of Madison to enter into a sole source purchase of services contract with CORRE, Inc. for relocation assistance and property management services for the tenants and improvements remaining on land purchased for the expansion of Central Park, located at 202 S. Baldwin Street, 212 S. Baldwin Street, and 1130 E. Wilson Street.
The proposed resolution authorizes a sole source purchase of services contract, not to exceed $450,000, with CORRE, Inc. for relocation assistance and property management services for the tenants and improvements remaining on land purchased for the expansion of Central Park, located at 202 S. Baldwin Street, 212 S. Baldwin Street, and 1130 E. Wilson Street. The Parks Division capital budget includes funding for Central Park (Munis Project 10646). Funds are available in this project for the contract.
118. 48312 Strengthening and Expanding Community Empowerment through Placemaking in Key Neighborhoods and Authorizing a Contract with Project for Public Spaces for Placemaking Training and Assistance in the Implementation of Short-Term Improvements in Neighborhood Community Places.
129. 46508 SUBSTITUTE CHARTER Creating Section 31.046(2)(c) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a new permit system to allow portable, sandwich-board style signs in the public right-of-way.
130. 46509 Amending Section 31.046(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to allow portable signs on public sidewalks and modify the allowable size of portable signs.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: This ordinance amendment is a companion to Legistar File # 46508, a Charter Ordinance to allow portable signs (sandwich boards) on public sidewalks. This ordinance makes the size requirements for portable signs on private property the same as those for the new portable signs on public property in the pending Charter ordinance. Under this ordinance, private property portable signs would have a maximum gross area of 30 inches wide and 48 inches high, to incorporate the maximum sign face of 2 x 3 feet. All elements of the sign including the supporting frame/structure shall fit within the maximum gross area of 30 x 48 inches. This ordinance also makes some housekeeping changes to the existing section for private property portable signs.
132. 48194 Adding Eastside Planning Council, Inc. as the fiscal agent for the Worthington Park Neighborhood Association for their 2017 Neighborhood Grant project.
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
163. 48603 Authorizing up to $300,000 of CDBG funds to support the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center's acquisition of a property they currently lease that serves to support the Center's programs. Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel, Samba Baldeh, Maurice S. Cheeks and Matthew J. Phair Wilmar reserve fund request_staff report_8-31-17.pdf Wil-Mar City of Madison Application 08.2017.pdf Attachments: Legislative History 8/28/17 Community Development Division Referred for Introduction Finance Committee, CDBG Committee
178. 48643 Establishing a Plan for the Confederate Monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery. Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin Legislative History 8/30/17 Mayor's Office Referred for Introduction Board of Park Commissioners, Equal Opportunities Commission, Landmarks Commission
CAPITAL BUDGET 1
197. 48495 2018 Executive Capital Budget Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin Attachments: 2018 Budget Process Key Dates.pdf Legislative History 8/21/17 Clerk's Office Referred for Introduction Finance Committee (Public Hearings 9/11/2017, 9/12/2017) (9/25/2017); Common Council (Public Hearing 9/19/2017) (11/13/2017, 11/14/2017)
We are now officially in budget season. The legistar file will have data in it on Tuesday by the time of the Council meeting. Next Monday and Tuesday, agencies will present the proposed requests and answer questions from alders at the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee will offer amendments to be voted on Sept. 25. The amended capital budget will be reviewed by the entire council with options for additional amendments that will be voted on November 13-14. The Executive Operating Budget will be introduced at the first Council meeting in October and follow a similar format of presentations at Finance, Finance Committee amendments following in two weeks and the final amended budget to be reviewed and amended by the entire Common Council in November.
Wednesday September 6
Board of Public Works
4:30p room 108 CCB
5. 48163 Amending Sections
27.03(2), 27.05(1) and 27.05(2)(f) of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify a property owner's responsibility over the adjoining terrace.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: Property owners are generally responsible for mowing and maintaining the terraces adjoining their property. This ordinance change would clarify that responsibility by adding the terrace to the property maintenance code. In addition, this amendment specifically would require soil and surfaces to be maintained in a safe and sanitary manner. This would clarify the City's authority to require a property owner to ensure that property under his or her control is not a hazard.
8. 48623 Authorizing the City Engineer to sign and submit a Public Path Crossing Permit for the City of Madison's Capital City Path Segments 4-6 project. Cottage_Grove_Spur-MP_76 10-PubXing(WagonTrail).pdf Vicinity Map Cap City Path Segments 4-6.pdf Attachments: Lead agency is the Finance Committee with additional referral to the Board of Public Works. REPORT BY ENGINEERING RECOMMEND TO ADOPT
9. 48626 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute Addendum No. 5 to the Contract for Professional Services (no. 7405) with Brown and Caldwell for floodplain remapping and feasibility-level design for a stormwater treatment project adjacent to Starkweather Creek. Attachments: Attachment A - Starkweather Project Scope Addendum 5.pdf
Wednesday September 6
Urban Design Commission
4:30p room 351 CCB
3. 47700 901 East Washington Avenue - New Development of a Boutique Hotel in UDD No. 8. 6th Ald. Dist. Owner: Archipelago Village, LLC Applicant: 901 Hospitality, LLC Initial/Final Approval is Requested
6. 48450 211 North Carroll Street/200-220 Wisconsin Avenue - Madison Area Technical College Downtown Site Redevelopment. 4th Ald. Dist. Owner: Madison College Applicant: Mike Slavish, Hovde Properties Informational Presentation
7. 48451 502, 506 East Washington Avenue & 7, 11 North Franklin Street - Demolition/Relocation of Four Existing Homes and Construction of a New 5-Story Hotel Building in UDD No. 4. 2nd Ald. Dist. Owner: Michael Metzger, McGrath Property Group Applicant: Adam Fredendall, JLA Architects + Planners Informational Presentation
Wednesday September 6
Madison Food Policy Council
5:30p room 302 Downtown Library
47509 Adopting the Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Neighborhood Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan. Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Plan.pdf Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Recommendation.pdf PBMVC 8.25.17 ITEM E.1 registrant.pdf Staff_Memo_082817.pdf Green comments_08-27-17.pdf Landsness comments_08-28-17.pdf Food Policy Council Comments 8.2.17.pdf Attachments:
ACTION ITEM Recommend re-affirming the following motion, made and approved at the August 2nd meeting under an incorrect Legistar number: Recommend that the Common Council adopt the Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Plan, and that Planning Staff take into consideration the comments from the Madison Food Policy Council when preparing the final draft of the plan.
Thursday September 7
Public Market Development Committee
4:30p room 108 CCB
1. 27499 Public Market Discussion • Budget Update • Design Process and Timeline • Updated Design Materials • New Market Tax Credits Overview • Madison Public Market Foundation Update and Next Steps • Fundraising Update • MarketReady Update • Review Updated Business Plan
Thursday September 7
Community Development Block Grant
5p Downtown Library, third floor
3. 48603 Authorizing up to $300,000 of CDBG funds to support the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center's acquisition of a property they currently lease that serves to support the Center's programs.
Thursday September 7
MPD Policy and Procedures Ad Hoc Review Committee
5:30p Water Utility first floor conference room, 119 E Ollin
1. 10655 Presentation via phone conference and Powerpoint by Lauren Haynes, Assistant Director, and Joe Walsh, Data Scientist, University of Chicago, Center for Data Science for Social Good on Predictive Early Warning and Intervention Systems for police departments.
2. 10931 Presentation via phone conference by Dr. Yasmeen Krameddine on the ProTraining Mental Health System for law enforcement officers, an evidence based practice to reduce overall use of physical force and use of weapons during police contacts with citizens.
3. 11146 Project update and presentation via phone conference from OIR, MIchael Gennaco and staff on completed work, future tasks, timeline, and framework for the final project.
Hold the date:
September 26- Historic Preservation Plan launch
September 27- Atwood from Fair Oaks to Cottage Grove reconstuction Public Information Meeting, 6:30p Olbrich Botanical Gardens.
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