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
WI Relay Service

Alder Rummel’s Updates

Tag: Atwood Avenue

Meeting: Development Proposal - 2223 Atwood Avenue.

Dear Neighbor, Please join me for a neighborhood meeting to discuss Liz Lauer and Nina Lebwohl’s proposal for 2223 Atwood Avenue. Wednesday, February 5, 2014 6:30 p.m. Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ Narthex 2401 Atwood Avenue They would demolish the existing … [read more]

SASY online newsletter Feb 2014

SASY Neighborhood newsletter February 2014. If you have questions or comments, please let me know district6@cityofmadison.com or 772-4555. Marsha Union Corners Community Meeting Saturday March 1 at Noon Please join me and Alder Larry Palm for the second neighborhood meeting about Union … [read more]

Monsoon Siam Alcohol License meeting 4/16

Dear Neighbor, Dutdao Wonglaka and Kitty Ashi propose to open a Thai restaurant, Monsoon Siam, in Kennedy Place at 2045 Atwood Avenue, and they’ve applied for a Class B Beer and Class C Wine license. They would also like to have outdoor seating in the covered breezeway. Please join us for … [read more]

Neighborhood Meeting: May 29 - Chocolate Shoppe/Closing Street

Dear Neighbor, The opening of the Chocolate Shoppe at 2302 Atwood Avenue was met with eager residents waiting in line to get ice cream.  Imagine if we closed Jackson Street between Atwood Avenue and St. Paul Avenue for the summer so we would have plenty of space to gather as neighbors, … [read more]

Meeting: June 5, 2014 - Redevelopment of 2158 Atwood Avenue

Dear Neighbor, Prime Urban Properties and Knothe & Bruce Architects propose to redevelop the property at 2158 Atwood Avenue.  They would demolish the existing two-story office building and construct a four-story, mixed-use building.  The new building would have approximately 3,000 square … [read more]

Jackson St becomes temporary gathering space 7/14

I would like to update everyone since the May 19 neighborhood meeting to discuss the temporary closing of Jackson St. to create a neighborhood gathering space. Starting Monday 7/14, Jackson St,  between Atwood and St Paul, will be closed as part of a 90 day trial through October.  The … [read more]

Neighborhood Meeting: 7/31/14 -Redevelopment of 2158 Atwood Avenue

Please join me for a second neighborhood meeting about Prime Urban Properties and Knothe & Bruce Architects’ proposal to redevelop the property at 2158 Atwood Avenue.  The development team would like to share the changes they’ve made based on the feedback they received at the June 5 meeting.  … [read more]

SASY Online Newsletter August 2014

Community Healing Alfonso Flores, chair of Worthington Park Neighborhood Association and Catherine Stephens of SASYNA have arranged for representatives from MPD, Journey Mental Health and NAMI Dane County to panel a community meeting on mental health issues following the stabbings and death of … [read more]

Executive Capital Budget 2015

The Executive Capital Budget was introduced September 2. The Board of Estimates amended it on September 30. The Executive Operating Budget will be introduced October 7.  Amendments to the Operating budget will be made by the Board of Estimates October 27. Alders will also have the opportunity … [read more]

SASY and WPNA online newsletter

Union Corners Gorman & Co shared their proposal to construct 2 mixed-use buildings containing 18,000SF of retail, 90 apartments and underground parking at a neighborhood meeting October 27. The ground floor retail tenants are still to be determined. The buildings will be located on the … [read more]

Wednesday October 21 meeting: 2087 Atwood

Dear Neighbor, Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will continue our discussion of Joe Krupp’s proposal for 2087 Atwood Avenue, located between Monty’s Blue Plate Diner and United Way. The project would include demolition of the existing building and construction of a new, … [read more]

December 2015 newsletter

Capital Times: "How Many New Apartments does Madison Need?" January 26 6:30p High Noon Saloon A recent report from the Housing Strategy Committee says more than 1,000 new apartment units will be needed each year to keep up with current demand in Madison. The Cap Times is sponsoring a panel to … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of March 14 2014

UPDATE: I will be rescheduling the neighborhood meeting on Madison Kipp Corporation tentatively planned for March 16 in order to ensure that interested citizen experts and state agency officials can be in attendance. Stay tuned. Landmarks Commission Monday March 14, 4:45p MMB room … [read more]

6/29 - nghd mtg- 418 Division St redevelopment

Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will hear about Joe Krupp's proposal for the redevelopment of the Capitol Water Softener site at Division and Helena St. The developer proposes to demolish the existing one-story industrial building and constructi a new three-story apartment … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest July 5-7, 2016

The highlights of this post holiday week include the Council Org committee conducting an initial discussion of issues surrounding the community and MPD. There will also be a special presentation Tuesday at 5:45p of a report on Eastside library services. The Council meeting has several D6 … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of September 12, 2016

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 … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of September 19, 2016

The highlights this week: At Landmarks on Monday is the proposed lot division to separate the historic house from the Elks Club property. At Plan Commission is a review of the new park impact fee schedule and land dedication requirements. Before Tuesday's Council meeting is a special council … [read more]

11/3 Nghd Mtg - The New Mr. Roberts- Plymouth Congregational 7p

Dear Neighbor, Kevin Miller and Brian Mason plan to purchase Mr. Roberts, located at 2116 Atwood Avenue. They have applied for a Class B Beer & Liquor License and an Entertainment License. Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will discuss their plans. You will have the … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of October 31, 2016

Highlights this week: The Development Agreement for the Cosmos/Spark (#46) is at the Council meeting along with the proposed lot division to allow American Family and Gebhardt to divide the lot into two parcels. I am organizing two neighborhood meetings - the first to get an update from Operation … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of November 14, 2016

Three items are before the ALRC on Wednesday that may be of interest, please let me know if you have questions or comments. https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=444716&GUID=BC36020E-E6AC-4651-AD9E-CB2E604378CE 7. 44851 FlyHigh4vr LLC • dba That BBQ Joint • … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of March 6, 2017

Highlights: The Olbrich Biergarten proposed alcohol license (#5) and lease agreement (#34) for BKM Group LLC will be reviewed together at Tuesday's Common Council meeting. The ALRC and the Board of Park Commissioners received hundreds of emails and many dozens of people attended several public … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of April 17, 2017

Highlights: The CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations meets Monday to review our draft recommendations to the Common Council. The committee has been meeting since Sept 2016 and we are getting very close to making our final recommendations. This meeting was added last week, and since … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of May 15, 2017

The highlights this week include a neighborhood meeting Monday night to learn about the proposal for a restaurant-bar at the former Mermaid Cafe at 1929 Winnebago. The final review of the President's Work Group on Police and Community Relations will be at Common Council Executive Committee (FKA … [read more]

Updated Items of Interest for Week of May 22, 2017

The Council is holding a one item special council meeting on Wednesday 5/24 at 4:20 to approve a picnic beer license for the Run Madtown event Memorial Day weekend. The applicant applied timely but the Clerk's office didn't get the application on the April ALRC agenda. The sign ordinance I have … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of June 19, 2017

Highlights: Approval of Working Draft Beer Company conditional use application to open a brewery in the former RP's Pasta space at 1139 E Wilson at Plan Commission Monday. There are several big items on Tuesday's Council agenda: Reconsideration of mayoral override of Council Chief of Staff … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of July 17, 2017

Highlights: The Public Market Development Committee will discuss the conceptual architecture for the public market at a special meeting Monday. On Tuesday the Common Council Exec Committee discusses two proposals for how to approach the structure of the Common Council in advance of 2020 … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of August 14, 2017

Highlights: The City is about to embark on a two year long process to complete phase 2 of the revision of the Landmarks ordinance as part of a process to create a Historic Preservation Plan. We re-established the Ad Hoc Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee (LORC) on which I serve and I continue … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of September 11, 2017

Highlights: The Executive Capital Budget will be reviewed Monday and Tuesday by the Finance Committee. See Tuesday for budget items of interest. Also at Finance on Monday, WilMar is seeking a CDBG loan to assist in purchasing the parking lot across from the center. The City-County Homeless Issues … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of October 2, 2017

Highlights: The Mayor introduces his 2018 Executive Operating budget on Tuesday. It is on the Council agenda for introduction, #115, but it will not be in legistar until noon on Tuesday. This week starts with Landmarks Commission on Monday. Of note is review of proposed demolition of a building … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of October 23, 2017

Highlights: Operating budget amendments proposed by the Finance Committee will be voted on Monday. If adopted, they become part of the budget that is presented to the Council in November 13-14 for final approval. The Council has another chance to propose amendments for both the capital and … [read more]

D6 Items of Interest Week of December 4, 2017

Highlights: The developer interested in redeveloping 210 S Dickinson has concluded that a smaller building is not financially feasible and is no longer planning to pursue redevelopment at that location. The Council on Tuesday will take up TID 37 funding for affordable housing at 134 S Fair Oaks … [read more]

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