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  • Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Staff

  • Kwasi Obeng

    Common Council Chief of Staff
    (608) 245-9159 | kobeng@cityofmadison.com

    Responsibilities: Provides for the strategic management of the Council Office and staff, developing staff and program level strategies, setting priorities, problem solving and providing leadership to ensure optimal support for Alders in the execution of Alder initiatives and responsibilities. The Chief of Staff provides expert consultation and support in the analysis of City policy and assists individual Alders in navigating the City legislative and administrative processes and procedures. The Chief of Staff builds relationships and serve as a communication and policy liaison between the Common Council Office, the Mayor's Office, City managers and staff, and the public.

  • Lisa Veldran

    Legislative Services & Office Manager
    (608) 266-4074 | lveldran@cityofmadison.com

    Responsibilities: Provides staff support relative to the development and implementation of Common Council legislative and administrative programs and functions. Provides management of the city's legislative database (Legistar), development and implementation of budgetary documentation and fiscal controls, personnel/payroll and purchasing.

  • Karen Kapusta-Pofahl

    Legislative Analyst
    (608) 261-9159 | kkapusta-pofahl@cityofmadison.com

    Responsibilities: Provides research and analysis under direction of the Council Chief of Staff from Common Council members, the Common Council Executive Committee, and the Common Council President. Conducts data analysis. Works with other City agencies, external governmental agencies, or private entities to gather information regarding proposals pending before the Common Council. Authors reports on issues pending before the Common Council as directed.

  • Debbie Fields

    Program Assistant 2
    (608) 266-4297 | dfields@cityofmadison.com

    Responsibilities: Provides secretarial and administrative support work for alders. Coordinates neighborhood meetings/events, prepares correspondence, prepares Council chambers and responds to resident, staff and alder requests and questions.

 

City of Madison Centenarian Recognition Program

Are you 100 years old or know someone who is turning 100? The Common Council acknowledged the contributions of our 100 year old citizens by adopting a program to recognize thier contributions to our community. Download the brochure for more information. A free and open program for City of Madison residents!

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