City of
Madison

District 6

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Alder Marsha A. Rummel

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 October 30, 2017

October 29, 2017 9:37 PM

Highlights: There will be an update on the Urban Forestry Task Force at Sustainable Madison Committee on Monday. Alder, resident and staff appointments to the task force are being introduced Tuesday for referral and back to Council for adoption 11/21. A neighborhood rep from the Madison Canopy Street Trees group is part of the committee! Two alcohol licenses are on the Council agenda Tuesday for approval: Blue Agave on South Butler and the Williamson St Coop. This week has several meetings for those interested in the Historic Preservation Plan process. At Landmarks Monday, the Preservation Plan Advisory Committee that is being created to help the consultants and city staff review the data that is collected will be discussed. The first listening session for the University Heights Historic district will be held Monday and on Thursday a session will be held on community values. The 15 Point Plan initiative adopted in the 2017 budget is reaching the end of the planning process. Two vendors are being recommended for selection to work on goals outlined in the plan at the Council meeting Tuesday to use peer support to reduce gun violence and recidivism. I will be holding a neighborhood meeting Wednesday to get your feedback on the proposal to turn 308 S Paterson into a tap room. 



Monday October 30, 2017

Sustainable Madison Committee

4:30p room 357 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=526257&GUID=49E0726D-D678-456D-83D3-7826D66ADED8

 

1. 49251 Discussion about Developing an Environmental Impact Tool. 

2. 49252 Update on Urban Forestry Task Force. REPORT BY CITY PARKS UPDATES 

3. Report by SEG regarding 100% Renewable Energy /Zero Net Carbon Goal. 

4. Report by SMC regarding City's and MGE – MOU

 



Monday October 30

Landmarks Commission

4:45 room GR 27 CCB (enter from 211 S Carroll St)

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=512168&GUID=08AC9209-722A-45E9-9046-7BF9707F4B9F

 

3. 49177 Creating the Historic Preservation Plan Advisory Committee to assist with the development of the Historic Preservation Plan

 4. 47837 Landmarks Commission Historic Preservation Plan Status Report

 



Monday October 30

Historic Preservation Plan- University Heights - Local Historic District Ordinance Revisions

7-8:30p  Best Western Plus InnTowner 2424 University Ave

http://www.cityofmadison.com/sites/default/files/city-of-madison/clerk/meeting-schedule/10-30-17_university_heights.pdf

 



Tuesday October 31

Common Council

6:30p room 201 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=521224&GUID=BB4842E0-3FC1-442B-AA3E-CBF01E7D6C9F

 

1. 48139 Public Hearing - New License Williamson Street Grocery Cooperative • dba Willy Street Co-op 1221 Williamson Street • Agent: Kristin Esselstrom Class A Beer, Class A Liquor, Class A Cider Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • 10/18/17 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING The condition is: 1. Limit Class A Liquor license to wine and cider. 

 

2. 48915 2018 Executive Operating Budget public hearing

 

13. 49035 Public Hearing - New License Blue Agave Restaurant & Lounge LLC • dba Blue Agave 117 S Butler Street • Agent: Sandra Alamilla Lopez Estimated Capacity: 120 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 60% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • 10/18/17 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - PUBLIC HEARING The conditions are: 1. The hours of operation will be Sunday through Wednesday 10 am until 11 pm, Thursday 10 am until 1 am, and Friday and Saturday 10 am until 2 am. 2. Patio will close at 10 pm, daily. 3. Food will be available at all time. 4. The establishment must meet the definition of a restaurant as defined by Madison General Ordinance 38.02 at all times. 5. No outdoor amplification.

 

16. 49329 Report of the Mayor submitting alders committee appointments.

 

URBAN FORESTRY TASKFORCE: 

ALD. SHERI CARTER, District 14 - appoint to the position of Common Council Member.

ALD. DAVID AHRENS, District 15 - appoint to the position of Common Council Member.

 

17. 49331 Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 10/31/2017; action 11/21/2017).

 

URBAN FORESTRY TASKFORCE

SEAN M. GERE (14th A.D.) - appoint to the position of Resident. Mr. Gere is an arborist and owner of Gere Tree Care, Inc. 

JEREMY A. KANE (11th A.D.) - appoint to the position of Resident. Mr. Kane is an arborist and director of Urban Tree Alliance.

JACKIE SUSKA (6th A.D.) - appoint to the position of Resident. Ms. Suska is an office manager/bookkeeper. She is a member of the Marquette  Neighborhood Association and the Madison Canopy Street Trees Group.

MICHAEL W. REWEY (18th A.D.) - appoint to the position of Resident. Mr. Rewey is a current member of the Plan Commission. 

MARLA EDDY - appoint to the position of Parks Division/Forestry Representative. 

LISA COLEMAN - appoint to the position of Engineering Department Representative.

DAN MCAULIFFE - appoint to the position of Planning/Zoning Division Representative.

 

27. 49040 21+ Entertainment License Blue Agave Restaurant & Lounge LLC • dba Blue Agave • Capacity: 120 117 S Butler Street • Agent: Sandra Alamilla Lopez Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 60% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • 10/18/17 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER The conditions are: 1. No outdoor amplification. 2. Limited to acoustic performances only, except on Cinco de Mayo and New Year's Day

 

43. 49185 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the USGS to monitor runoff from leaf collection study area and to accept funding from Clean Lakes Alliance, MaMSWAP and YaharaWins.

 

46. 47713 SUBSTITUTE - Requesting the City-County Liaison Committee to gather public input and make recommendations to the City of Madison and Dane County on possible locations to rename in honor of President Barack Obama.

 

50. 49024 SUBSTITUTE - Executing a Purchase of Services contract with Preserve, LLC to conduct a Boundary Review of the Mansion Hill Local and National Register Historic Districts, and to conduct a Neighborhood Character Study for the Langdon Neighborhood, including developing implementation actions if authorized.

 

56. 49186 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into contracts with Nehemiah Community Development Corp and Madison-area Urban Ministry to provide peer support services to assist persons impacted by violence and to support formerly incarcerated individuals as part of a strategy to reduce recidivism 

 

INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE

 

68. 49284 Creating Section 23.52 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish guidelines for the operation of security cameras at convenience stores and amending Section 1.08 to establish a bail deposit schedule for violation of this ordinance.

 

DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This ordinance requires all convenience stores to have security cameras. The ordinance further requires minimum lighting for the use of security cameras.  Under this ordinance convenience stores are required to have security cameras that provide an overview of each counter and cash register area; a camera that captures an individual's face as they enter or exit the store and cameras at all gas pumps. The cameras must have an image quality of at least fifty pixels per foot. Convenience stores are required to store the images captured on the cameras and be capable of duplication.  The ordinance further requires a notice be posted at all entrances and exits informing individuals that they are being recorded.  The ordinance also establishes a penalty and bail deposits for violations.  This ordinance shall be effective six months after adoption.

 

69. 49285 Amending Section 4.21(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to include lodging marketplaces as entities subject to the room tax.

 

Fiscal Note: This ordinance adds "lodging marketplaces" to the definition of entities subject to the room tax. An example of a "lodging marketplace" is Air BnB. The City currently has an agreement with Air BnB to collect room taxes from participants on their platform that rent a short-term rental to an occupant and collects the consideration for the rental from the occupant. Based on two months of room tax collections from Air BnB, estimated collections from lodging marketplaces could be $300,000 to $400,000 annually. DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: This proposal amends the City's room tax ordinance to include lodging marketplaces as entities subject to the room tax. Under Wis. Stat. § 66.015(1)(bs), "lodging marketplace" means an entity that provides a platform through which an unaffiliated third party offers to rent a short-term rental to an occupant and collects the consideration for the rental from the occupant.

 

71. 49319 Amending ORD-17-00099, ORD-17-00100, and CHA-17-00002 to delay the effective date of these ordinances from January 1, 2018 to June 29, 2018.

 

DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  On September 19, 2017, the Common Council adopted Legislative File Nos. 46376 and 46377, repealing Section 3.14 of the Madison General Ordinances.  At the same time, the Common Council adopted Legislative File No. 46249, recreating Section 3.14 (recreating the Department of Transportation) and creating Sections 33.55 (Transportation Policy and Planning Board) and 33.56 (Transportation Commission).  These ordinances were adopted with an effective date of January 1, 2018.

 

As a result of the adoption of these ordinances, the City is in the process of hiring a Director of Transportation and soliciting applications for the Transportation Policy and Planning Board and Transportation Commission.  It is anticipated that a Director of Transportation will be hired by July 1, 2018. This amendment will delay the effective date of the ordinances listed above from January 1, 2018 to June 29, 2018, giving the city more time to hire a director and appoint members to the Transportation Policy and Planning Board and Transportation Commission.

 

72. 49324 Amending Sections 28.151, 28.032(1), 28.037(2), 28.039(2), 28.040(2), 28.045(2), 28.047(2), 29.048(2), 28.050(2), and 28.051(2) of the Madison General Ordinances clarifying requirements for the use of two-family twin homes in residential districts.

 

DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This amendment clarifies the lot width and lot area requirements for side-by-side duplexes in numerous residential districts, officially known as "two-family twin homes." The proposed amendment returns the requirements to the form that they were under the old 1966 Zoning Code, which will make it easier for property owners looking to use a Certified Survey Map (CSM) to split their duplex.  This amendment also changes two-family twin homes in TR-V2 from conditional to permitted use, which is consistent with how the use is treated in neighboring districts. Finally, this amendment clarifies the requirements for a split duplex (separate utilities, etc.) and the requirements for two-family twin homes in certain non-residential districts.?

 

This may be of interest to First Settlement neighbors who supported the rehab and addition of new construction of 138 S Franklin using a twin home building format that was not permitted due to current zoning.

 

74. 47513 Supporting the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Inter-Agency Staff Team recommendation to proceed with Phase 1 Project Development in an east-west corridor running through the UW Campus and Madison's Central Business District (CBD), with the east and west project termini to be determined.

 

78. 49219 Authorizing the City of Madison to become a signatory of the Milan Urban Food Policy Pact.

 

80. 49246 Affirming and proclaiming Friday, November 24, 2017 as "Ho-Chunk Day"

 

83. 49283 Identifying the Madison Public Market Foundation as the future operator of the Madison Public Market and directing City staff to work with the Madison Public Market Foundation Board on the terms of an Operating Agreement. 

 

Fiscal Note: The proposed resolution identifies the Madison Public Market Foundation (MPMF) as the future operator of the Madison Public Market. The City will not enter into an Operating Agreement with the MPMF until the final project plans, including project costs and financial structure, for the Public Market have been approved. No city appropriation is required. The Common Council requests that City Staff and the Madison Public Market Foundation present the Common Council with a draft Operating Agreement for review by June 30, 2018.

 

102. 49327 Authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a 2017 COPS Community Policing Development grant of $39,231 for officer resiliency training; and amend budgets accordingly.

 

Fiscal note: The proposed resolution authorizes the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a 2017 COPS Community Policing Development grant of $39,231 for officer resiliency training. There is no local match requirement. Any administrative work associated with the grant will be accomplished with existing resources.

 

105. 49339 Authorizing the allocation of up to $769,869 among nine non-profit agencies to help finance the provision of an array of homeless services beginning in 2018, as the result 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 designated programs and services.

 



Wednesday November 1

Board of Public Works

4:30p room 108 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=477908&GUID=4DFA7550-4519-48E7-9A9D-4FE9805B6D6C

5. 49164 Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting a Relocation Order for the acquisition of land interests required for the construction of improvements for a new public street connection between Webb Avenue and Darbo Drive. Located in part of the NE ¼ and NW ¼ of the NW ¼ of Section 5, T7N, R10E, in the City of Madison. (6th AD)

This is for the street connection project between Darbo Drive and Webb Ave in the 2018 Executive Capital budget and in the adopted Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather plan.

 



Wednesday November 1

Neighborhood meeting license application at 308 S Paterson

7:30 Luke House 310 S Ingersoll

 

Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will hear about Holly Alexander's proposal to open Tiny's Tap House at 308 S. Paterson Street. Ms. Alexander plans to apply for Class B Beer and Class B Alcohol licenses to allow on-premises consumption of microbrew beers and spirits, mainly from Wisconsin. Williamson Street restaurants would be featured as food caterers along with occasional food cart nights. Music would be from an in-house stereo, and there would also be a piano with an occasional solo performer. Proposed hours of operation are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday, 3pm-11pm; Friday and Saturday, 3pm-2am; and closed on Monday.?

 



Thursday November 2

Public Market Development Committee

5p room 108 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=528005&GUID=71686701-9DA0-4B7B-BD05-76821A55774A

1 49283 Identifying the Madison Public Market Foundation as the future operator of the Madison Public Market and directing City staff to work with the Madison Public Market Foundation Board on the terms of an Operating Agreement. 

2 27499 Public Market Discussion - Fundraising Update - New Markets Tax Credits Update - MarketReady Program Update - Design and Development Update?

 



Thursday November 2

Community Development Block Grant Committee

5p conference room Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=521849&GUID=E1926EFA-A7F5-44E4-BBE8-57258806DB9A

 

3. 48043 Accepting the Community Development Division Day Jobs Report 

 

4. 49309 Authorizing the City to accept an award of $91,940 from HUD's 2016 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program competition; amending the Community Development Division's 2017 Adopted Operating Budget as appropriate; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into agreements necessary to accept the funds. 

 

5. 49339 Authorizing the allocation of up to $769,869 among nine non-profit agencies to help finance the provision of an array of homeless services beginning in 2018, as the result 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 designated programs and services.

 



Thursday November 2

Historic Preservation Plan Community Values

6p Warner Park Com Rec Center 1625 Northport Dr

http://www.cityofmadison.com/sites/default/files/city-of-madison/clerk/meeting-schedule/agenda_11-2-17.pdf?

 

1. Introductions 

2. Overview of the Project & Process 

3. Discussion of Discoveries 

4. Breakout Conversations 

5. Group Report Outs 

6. Conclusion 

 



Upcoming Meetings

 

November  6: Plan Commission public hearing for 131 S Fair Oaks, 5:45p room 201 CCB

 

November 20: Reger Park playground public information meeting, 6:30p Hawthorne Linrary

 

The City of Madison Parks Division will hold a workshop to discuss playground improvements to Reger Park. This is the first of two public meetings for the project. At this meeting, City staff will present the playground design process and seek input from area residents. This meeting will be held at Monday, November 20 @ 6:30 pm Hawthorne Library, Community Room 2707 E. Washington Ave. Madison, WI You are invited to attend this meeting to provide comments or input on the proposed project. If you have questions or comments but are unable to attend the meeting, please contact Mike Sturm at (608) 267?4921 or at msturm@cityofmadison.com.?




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