City of
Madison

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 November 7, 2016

November 6, 2016 9:48 PM

Highlights include excellent news about three new affordable housing projects, On Monday the Board of Esitmates will approve allocating $3.5M in affordable housing funds. Two projects are located in District 6 at 134 S Fair Oaks and at Union Corners. Also Monday at Landmarks Commission is a request from Brandon Cook for a Certificate of Appropriateness to demolish 801 Williamson and at Homeless Issues Committee a review of the ordinance to limit people hanging out in street medians and updates on the Day Resource Center.

On Tuesday there are no city meetings because it is ELECTION DAY and we all supposed to get out the VOTE!! Thanks to the many people who spent countless hours knocking on doors, volunteering to assist voters who wanted early voting, and defending our democracy. If you haven't voted already, make a plan for Tuesday.

At the end of this update, I've listed several future meetings in late November and early December, including a meeting about the land use applications for the Cosmos (which includes the Frank Productions music venue) and the Spark, and, the Gorman and Co proposal for Grandfamily housing at Union Corners.

Next week the Council will spend two nights on city budget deliberations. The final round of amendments will be released by Friday.

 


Monday November 7, 2016

Board of Estimates

4:30p room 360 MMB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=443568&GUID=A714EDEB-CC87-4723-A061-FE4FF3F7C605

14. 44932 SUBSTITUTE - Authorizing the allocation of $3.15 Million from the Affordable Housing Fund to support the creation of approximately 165 units of affordable rental housing in Madison, Wisconsin.

The City of Madison's adopted 2017 Capital Budget authorizes $4.5 million for the Affordable Housing Fund (AHF). The adopted AHF guidelines stipulate that a portion of the fund will be used to help increase or preserve the supply of affordable rental housing, and establish a goal of adding approximately 150 affordable rental units per year. The AHF guidelines also stipulate that these City funds may be used to leverage federal Low-Income Housing Tax Credits (LIHTC) administered by the Wisconsin Housing and Economic Development Authority (WHEDA). LIHTCs are allocated through an annual competitive process with applications due by February 3, 2017. The commitment of City funds proposed by this Resolution is intended to improve the competitiveness of City-supported applications to WHEDA.

In July 2016, the City issued a Request for Proposals seeking tax credit eligible projects and in response to the RFP, the City received applications for the following four projects.

•  Fair Oaks Apartments, 134 S Fair Oaks, submitted by Stone House Development, Inc up to $1.35M and 200 total units for families. Stone House reduced from 90 units to 80 and from 5 to 4 stories after receiving neighborhood feedback;

•  Madison GrandFamily Housing, Union Corners at Winnebago, submitted by Gorman and Company, Inc. and Lutheran Social Services, up to $950K, for seniors with children in their care (nghd mtg 12/1 see end of email for details); 

•  Normandy Square, submitted by MSP Real; Estate, Inc. for seniors;

•   Salvation Army Campus,  600 blk north side E Washington Ave, submitted by Commonwealth Development Corporation of America & Salvation Army (the application was withdrawn prior to the city review process).

The city staff team recommended awarding up to $3.15 million in Affordable Housing Funds among the three projects about 165 of which would be designated as "affordable" (defined as reserved for households earning not more than 60% of the county median income). The final dollar amount and unit counts to be allocated to each of these three projects, will be determined through negotiations between CDD staff and applicant organizations (and/or their development partners) no later than the WHEDA application deadline of February 3, 2017 with the final details subject to approval by the Council.

This the third year of the Mayor's program which has successfully increased tax credit awards to Madison by WHEDA.

19. 44914 SUBSTITUTE Amending Sections 3.50(1)(a), (c) and (d) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase the alderpersons' salaries effective April, 2017.

 


Monday November 7

Landmarks Commission

4:45 p room 103A CCB 

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=442911&GUID=21203066-7ED8-4B4B-B83F-5E6787F7B2E0

1. 43805 801 Williamson Street - Third Lake Ridge Historic District - Demolish current structure, replace with a new mixed-use building. 6th Ald. Dist. Contact: Jim Glueck; Glueck Architects

The applicant proposes a mixed use building with commercial on the first floor with 2 stories of residential above, here is the link to the application

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=F&ID=4749503&GUID=F9427B1F-8055-4205-9E53-70E6B219EBD0

From the staff report: "The Applicant appeared before the Landmarks Commission on August 1, 2016 and at that time the Commission received an Informational Presentation. As described in the submission materials, the Applicant is following up on the Informational Presentation with a presentation of a proposed building and site plan. The Applicant intends to return to the Commission with complete documents for consideration of the Certificate of Appropriateness in the coming months. Staff suggested that a public hearing be held at this time. The Landmarks Commission toured the existing building on August 10, 2016 to review the conditions of the site and the historic value of the existing structure. 

Staff believes that there is currently not enough information to conclude that the standards for granting Certificates of Appropriateness for the demolition and the new construction are met and recommends that the Landmarks Commission refer the request to a future meeting to allow the Applicant to provide additional information. The Commission should discuss the demolition of the existing structure, the proposal for the new construction, and the Ordinance standards to provide the Applicant with suggestions to improve the proposal."

 


Monday November 7

Plan Commission

5:30 room 201 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=442849&GUID=22A2768E-EE51-4076-BE1E-5402D520E103

13. 44590 Creating Section 28.022 -- 00250 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 2645 Union Street, 6th Aldermanic District, from TR-C4 (Traditional Residential-Consistent 4) District to TR-V1 (Traditional Residential - Varied 1) District. 

This is a zoning map correction to provide consistent zoning for site developed with existing church and single-family residence. The house is located on the Holy Cross Lutheran site, the zoning issue came to light during the conditional use permit request by Operation Fresh Start for office use which will be at Plan 11/21.

Upcoming matters:

11/21 Plan Commission

- Zoning Text Amendment - Amend Sections 28.140(1)(d) and (e) to restrict when roof decks, porches, and balconies may be counted as usable open space 

- Zoning Text Amendment - Amending Sections 28.211, 28.151, 28.061, 28.072, 28.082 and 28.132 and creating Section 28.006(3)(i) to allow Storage Lockers in the Mixed Use and Commercial Districts, Employment Districts, and the DC, UOR, and UMX districts. 

- 2670 Milwaukee Street - Conditional Use - Reuse of former place of worship as school and offices 

- 904 Williamson Street - Conditional Use - Approve outdoor eating areas and conditional use parking reduction for restaurant-tavern for Fuegos Steaks and Tapas

 

12/12 Plan Commission

- 801 E. Washington Avenue - Conditional Use - Construct up to eight-story commercial/ office building containing 152,925 square feet of floor area, including 40,000 square-foot theater/ concert hall in Urban Design Dist. 8 - the Cosmos

- 819 E. Washington Avenue - Conditional Use - Construct eight-story, 158,000 square-foot office building in Urban Design Dist. 8? - the Spark

 


Monday November 7

City County Homeless Issues Committee

6:30p room 357 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=480501&GUID=9960ED9F-F604-4D63-8CE3-0940D0980498

1. 44204 ACTION Repeal and recreate Section 12.325 of the Madison General Ordinances to limit persons entering or staying on highways. 

2. 45022 PRESENTATION Salvation Army Program Changes - Melissa Sorensen 

3. 45020 Update on Overnight Storage Workgroup 

4. 42348 Update on Day Resource Center

 


Wednesday November 9

Street Use Staff Commission

10a room 108 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=450765&GUID=D66A56AB-F445-41A6-A4AC-C06EC3DEEFBC

Upcoming Events:

NOVEMBER 11, F, 9am 8:30pm, UW-Madison Homecoming Parade - Langdon/Wisconsin/Gilman/State/Lake 13, Su, 11/12 8am - 11/13 7pm, Madison Marathon, start/finish - Capitol Square 19,Sa, 6pm - start, Holiday Fantasy in Lights 5K run, start/finish - Olin Park 24, Th, 8am - 10am, Festival Foods Turkey Trot, start/finish - Breese Stevens Stadium 24, Th, 7:30am - 2pm, **Turkey Trot 5K**, start/finish - Vilas Park DECEMBER 3, Sa, 10am-6pm, Run Santa Run, Capitol Square

 


Wednesday November 9

Transit and Parking Commission

5p room 201 CCB

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=442283&GUID=9018659D-8818-450E-966A-5D15A7AC86E8

F.2. 40307 To include new street construction that recognizes the importance of street trees and tree canopy and delineating the terms for community involvement in decision-making in street reconstruction projects in the City's "Complete Streets" program as adopted by the Common Council on 12/15/09 (Resolution RES-09-00997, Legislative File No. 16250). 

Fiscal Note: "The proposed resolution will require residents living on residential streets to vote to accept or reject sidewalk construction. Engineering estimates that this will affect two to three projects per year with 50 to 100 property owners affected by each project. In addition, there may be up to six or so sidewalk construction projects with six or less property owners per project. The typical cost to a homeowner for this type of project is $1,000 to $2,000."  

Currently, the City's policy is to require sidewalks be added during street reconstruction if they do not exist based on commitment to ADA accessibility. Property owners are charged an asssessment.?

G.2. 45044 Update on Greater Madison Vision, presented by CARPC Deputy Director Steve Steinhoff and Alder Larry Palm - TPC 11.09.16 

G.3. 45043 Metro: Update on Intercity bus location - TPC 11.09.16 

G.4. 44790 Update on Ad Hoc Transportation Ordinance Review Committee, presented by Alders Kemble and Zellers - TPC 11.09.16

 


Wednesday November 9

CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations

7p room 260 MMB

 

6. Presentation & Discussion: Division of legal authority between the Police Chief, the Mayor and the Council in the operation of the police department – City Attorney Michael May & Assistant City Attorney Marci Paulsen 

7. Member Report: Attendance at State Rep. Chris Taylor's Discussion on Use-of-Force Policies on October 13, 2016 

8. Discussion: Meeting agenda for next meeting | future meetings Wednesday, November 21, 2016 6:30 pm, Meadowridge Library Scheduled Presentation: United Way/MPD Task Force Report Captain James Wheeler & Captain Kristen Roman, MPD Thursday, December 1, 2016 Noon, Room 417, City-County Building Scheduled: Subcommittee process & check-in meeting Tuesday, December 13, 2016 6:00 pm Goodman Community Center (Evjue Room) Scheduled Presentation: TBD

 


Thursday November 10

Street Tree Work group subcommittee of Sustainable Madison Committee

10a conference room Goodman Maintenance Facility 1402 Wingra Creek Parkway

http://www.cityofmadison.com/sites/default/files/city-of-madison/clerk/meeting-schedule/subcommittee_street_tree_11-10-16.pdf?

 


Hold the date:

 

11/30 Blair/John Nolen study - 6-8p Monona Terrrace - first public information meeting with City Engineering and Strand Associates

12/1 Nghd meeting Gorman and Co proposal for Grandfamily housing at Union Corners on Winnebago St in the "triangle", 6:30p Holy Cross Lutheran 2670 Milwaukee St

12/7 Nghd meeting Gebhardt and American Family proposals for Cosmos/Spark, 7-9p WilMar Neighborhood Center 953 Jenifer St





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