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eNews from Mayor Paul R. Soglin November 2014
Our community's future depends on all of our children having equitable access to quality arts education that teaches critical skills such as innovation, creativity, and problem solving. Given the number of significant challenges our city and schools continue to face, this task is more difficult and important than ever.
Thanks to the Kennedy Center and the incredible working relationships that have developed under the Any Given Child initiative, we are now moving forward with several key recommendations to increase our capacity to ensure that every child has the opportunity to engage and participate in the arts.
Learn more about the Any Given Child project.
City News & Updates
I am excited to commit to the President's My Brother's Keeper initiative because it is an opportunity to assess our needs, improve the coordination of services and programs, and provide more opportunities for our boys and young men of color to succeed.
The MBK Community Action Summit will be held on November 18, from 1:00-4:00 pm at United Way of Dane County, 2059 Atwood Avenue.
The Madison Common Council adopted a resolution earlier this month directing the Madison Food Policy Council to lead a taskforce, comprised of mainly city staff, to research the problem of Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD), which directly affects honey bees and other pollinators. The taskforce will provide recommendations to departments and the Common Council on local solutions to protect pollinators.
Located at the top of State Street, the intersection of the Capitol Square and State Street is an important crossroads for the city. Mayor Soglin has directed City staff to begin an effort to rethink the existing design and consider different approaches and ideas for the space, including the area known as the Philosophers’ Grove.
This workshop will provide an opportunity for interested businesses, residents, property owners, and downtown visitors to share their concerns, design ideas, and help the city move forward on a plan of action. By Spring of 2015, the City will have a plan for a more attractive and active space that can be comfortable destination for all people.
Thursday, November 20, 2014, 5:30-7:30pm, Central Library.
Public Input Needed
Madison Police District Annual Community Surveys: Madison Police patrol districts need your input! Find your district and fill out the survey for your district.
Road Works Construction
- East Johnson Street Reconstruction
- USH 12 - South Madison Beltline (Tood Drive to IH-39)
- USH 12 - South Madison Beltline (Terrace Avenue to Mineral Point Road)
- Outer Loop Project
View more Roadworks projects.
For November's Night Light event, The Bubbler at Madison Public Library presents an Art Car Derby and Art Openings! Bubbler Artist-in-Residence Justin Bitner will host a community Art Car Derby on a fifty-foot long track he has been building, and shows will open throughout the library for artists Julie VonDerVellen, Chris Murphy, Kent Williams, Keith Nelson, and Max Puchalsky. Come check out the art, watch the derby, and enjoy drinks from Forequarter.
Friday, November 14, 2014, 8:00pm - 11:00pm.
- Election Day
11/04/2014 City of Madison Polling Locations
- C4 Public Lecture: The Science of Networks
11/05/2014 Discovery Building
- Poetry Open Mic
11/06/2014 Central Library
- Meadowood Community Supper
11/07/2014 Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
- Family Fun Night: Fabu presents: Children Learn Around the World
11/07/2014 Goodman South Madison Library
- Bird and Nature Walks
11/08/2014 Turville Point
- Festival of Wreaths
11/10/2014 Madison Senior Center
- Created Equal: Risking Everything: The Story of Freedom Summer
11/10/2014 Goodman South Madison Library
- Walk with a Doc
11/11/2014 Knollwood Conservation Park
- Winter (Alternate Side) Parking Rules start November 15
11/15/2014 City Wide
- Bird and Nature Walks
11/16/2014 Warner Park Community Recreation Center
- Wisconsin Book Festival presents Patricia Holt
11/18/2014 Central Library
- Wisconsin Book Festival presents Leora Skolkin-Smith
11/20/2014 Central Library
Go to the City Event Calendar for more fun City and Community events!