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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
WI Relay Service

Alder Rummel’s Updates

D6 Items of Interest Week of September 12, 2016

September 12, 2016 7:17 AM

Mayor Paul Soglin introduced his 2017 Executive Capital Budget last week. This week the Board of Estimates reviews each agency's requests on Monday and Tuesday. On Monday, BOE also holds a regular meeting and there is one item is of special interest. The Friends of Sid Boyum have raised enough money to purchase the house from the city. The city has first dibs to purchase the foreclosed property from the County and worked with the Friends group to turn around and sell the property to them. Also on Monday, the Police and Fire Commission will hear three complaints against Police Chief Koval. The new Park Impact Fee schedules and open space report will be at Parks on Wednesday.

 

Future meetings-

ALRC meeting Wed Sept 21 -will review applications for Fuegos Steak and Tapas 904 Williamson for a Class B Liquor and Beer license- MNA Board voted to support and I support application based applicant Oscar Villareal's description of 70-75% food, closing at 10p weeknights and 11p weekends. The capacity will be between 120-150 people and the lease will include use of the Plan B parking lot. No outdoor amplified music and the applicant will wait til spring to apply for outdoor seating and service. The second application will be for Growl LLC, dba Barleypop Tap and Shop for a Class B Beer and Class C license at 2045 Atwood Ave Suite B (next door to the Monsoon Siam). Estimated capacity 80. The concept is to open a retail store specializing in craft beer sales of growlers,  bottles and cans with a tasting room attached for on-premise sales of beer and wine according to Jason Hajdik, the applicant. The hours would be weekdays til 11p, weekends until midnight, 100% alcohol. Jason presented at the Sept 8 SASY meeting. The SASY Council did not take a vote but the response was generally supportive. I also support this application.

 

?Both items will have public hearings at the Common Council meeting of Oct 4 starting at 6:45p.

 


Monday September 12, 2016

Board of Estimates

4:30p room 260 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=443559&GUID=C38AE263-D3CB-409B-9EF8-E7CAE0CE0527

 

14. 44203 Approving Facade Improvement Grant to Common Wealth Development Inc for a project located at 1406 Williamson Street. 

 

 

20. 44225 Amending adopted RES-16-00359, Legislative File No. 42664 to authorize Information Technology to use the funds generated by donated computers/laptops sent to Cascade Asset Management to offset the setup and licensing costs of computers/laptops given to qualified subscribers in the Digital Divide Pilot areas. 

 

Darbo Worthington is part of the pilot.

 

27. 44096 Authorizing the Purchase and Immediate Sale of Sid Boyum's Residence at  237 Waubesa St.

 

Congrats to the Friends of Sid Boyum for raising the funds to purchase the house and preserve Sid's amazing art.

 

5. 44263 SUBSTITUTION Reaffirmation of Resolution Enactment No. RES-15-00334, File I.D. #37723 - Garver Selection Resolution. 

 

The resolution is to assistant the Baum team as they seek New Market Tax Credits.

 

39. 44090 2017 Executive Capital Budget 

 

There is a new format for budget info, let me know if it is user friendly.

 

Capital budget highlights of interest include 1 year delay of Schenk Atwood reconstruction and delay of city funding for Olbrich Gardens expansion. The Garver Feed Mill and Public Market will be funded in 2017, the Historic Preservation plan will be completed in 2017. The Cap East parking structure funding has been reauthorized. There will be a 2017 planning processfor 2018 reconstruction of Atwood from Fair Oaks-Cottage Grove Rd. Pinney Library construction at Royster Commons will start in 2017.  Funding for Central Park phased improvements continue per adopted master plan. Alum treatment project at Starkweather at Voit property and USGS Leaf study to improve water quality are funded for 2017. Water Utility Paterson St operations facility construction started in 2016 will be completed in 2017. Well 8 iron and manganese filter installation begins in 2017, completed in 2018.

 

The Mayor has not funded Monroe St reconstruction or the Midtown Police Station in his 2017 Capital Budget, items that alders have added to the budget in the last two years. 

 

The Board of Estimates will conduct two nights of review of the budget, live on City Channel!


Monday September 12

Madison Board of Police and Fire Commissioners

5:15 room GR-27 CCB (enter from 211 S Carroll St)

http://www.cityofmadison.com/clerk/documents/2016/PFCag20160912.pdf

 

3. Disciplinary Matters

a. Initial Hearing in the Matter of the Charges filed by Sharon Irwin against Chief Michael Koval 

b. Initial Hearing in the Matter of the Charges filed by Shadayra Kilfoy-Flores against Chief Michael Koval 

c. Initial Hearing in the Matter of the Charges filed by Roxane V. Stillman against Chief Koval and Det. Tom Helgren

 

No public comment is permitted for matters that come before PFC for quasi-judicial hearings.

 


Tuesday September 13

Board of Estimates

4:30p room 260 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/LegislationDetail.aspx?ID=2811408&GUID=02E5509C-FF7A-4CE5-8319-5DCDF87D61A4

 

More budget discussions by agency, continued. 

 


Wednesday September 14

Street Use Staff Commission

10a room 108 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=450761&GUID=4DEB7C06-BD7E-4F6A-9E87-5335DA912EAF

 

Some neighborhood block parties...

 


Wednesday September 14

Board of Park Commissioners

6:30 Warner Park Community Center

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=446059&GUID=9576ABA9-F9D6-43A6-9B97-F47BDBB67F8A

 

17 43500 Amending Sections 16.23(5)(h)1., 16.23(8)(f), 20.04, 20.09(3), and 20.16(5), repealing Sections 20.08(2) and (6), and recreating Section 20.08(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to recreate a combined park impact fee and update the park and open space land dedication requirements for the City of Madison. 

 

This is a major update to park impact fee schedules, the first in over 10 years. The Parks Division hired a consultant to prepare the report and make recommendations. Highlights:  There will be no park impact fees for affordable housing allocated WHEDA tax credits, accessory dwelling units will be assessed at a lower rate, and fees for multi-family units have increased significantly. There is opposition from some developers over the new fees.

 

19 44263 SUBSTITUTION Reaffirmation of Resolution Enactment No. RES-15-00334, File I.D. #37723 - Garver Selection Resolution.

 

This is noticed to go into closed session.


Wednesday September 14

CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations

7p room 260 MMB

http://www.cityofmadison.com/clerk/documents/2016/CCOCag20160914.pdf

 

This is the first meeting of the group of which I am a member.





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