Skip to main content

District 10

Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole

Image of Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole

Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole

Contact Information

Home Address:

4327 Milford Rd

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 Figueroa Cole’s Updates

Meeting and Event Highlights for the Week of October 10, 2022 & Water Main

October 8, 2022 12:14 AM

Meetings

?The Common Council will meet in hybrid format at 6:30pm on Tuesday, October 11.

Events

  • Madison Senior Center Health & Resource Fair: The Madison Senior Center's annual Health & Resource Fair is on Tuesday, October 11, 9am-11:30am, at the Senior Center, 330 W. Mifflin Street. Learn more about the event here, or call 608-266-6581 or email seniorcenter@cityofmadison.com for more information.
  • DAMA Name Change Party!  Join DAMA as Dane Arts Mural Arts renews our commitment to local artists, underinvested communities and youth development through our name change to Developing Artists, Murals and Alliances
    • Tuesday Oct 11, 2022 - 5:30 - 7:30 pm
    • DAMA Mural Shop (shown above)
    • 5004 Allis Ave, Madison, WI 53716

Meet our artists and teens from DAMA's summer Youth Artist Apprentice program. Twelve teens from 14 to 17 learned about the ins and outs of mural making, engaged in community painting days, and invested time in self-reflection & identity formation. The program culminated with an art exhibit of their identity murals at MMOCA. Their hard work this summer helped them focus on their goals, hopes, and aspirations

dama

  • Community Talk Back Series: Join the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness (FFBWW) at noon on October 11 for their Community Powered Policy Session to share your thoughts on the most pressing issues affecting Black women, children, and families. Your feedback will directly shape the policy recommendations included in their "Policy Blueprint for Black Women's Health: Black Women Deserve," which will be published as a resource and roadmap for policymakers and decision-makers across the nation. All community members are invited to attend the various sessions. Register here for the upcoming session or future sessions.
  • 20th Annual Wisconsin Book Festival: The schedule for the 20th Anniversary Fall Celebration of the Wisconsin Book Festival has been released! Visit wisconsinbookfestival.org to see the full lineup for the 4-day celebration taking place October 13-16 and start saving the date for your favorites. Catch international best-selling author Andy Weir for Project Hail Mary, activist and advocate Brenda Myers Powell for Leaving Breezy Street, Reese's Book Club author Thrity Umrigar for Honor and many more!
  • Fire truck parade: Please join the Madison Fire Department (MFD) on Sunday, October 9, at 1pm, for the annual Fire Truck Parade. For 2022, MFD has partnered with Downtown Madison to enhance the event with a fire safety scavenger hunt, fire-themed story walk, and deals and specials at downtown stores and restaurants.
  • Walk-tober is back: For the third consecutive year, the City of Madison is promoting staying active this fall with a special month-long event, Walk-tober. This series of planned activities and events hopes to motivate the public to get out and walk during the month of October. The Walk-tober website provides weekly scheduled activities, walk suggestions, contests and a few collaborations (reading lists, nature walks and the "Walk or Wheel" challenge) with stakeholders around the city. You may also want to read about the 26th annual National Walk & Roll to School Day on October 12.
  • Virtual community sessions on the 2023 budget: The city's budget for 2023 will be debated and adopted by the Common Council in November. In addition to public comment opportunities at Finance Committee and Council meetings over the next six weeks, there will be two virtual community sessions on the budget. City Finance staff will provide background information on the city's capital and operating budget process, including highlights of the 2023 executive budget.  This is a great opportunity for residents to learn more about our city's budget.  Electronic copies of budget information can be found at www.cityofmadison.com/finance/budget/2023. Virtual community sessions on the 2023 budget will be held on Thursday, October 13, and Monday, October 24.  Both meetings will start at 5:30 PM and end at 7:00 PM

Announcements

  • Brush collection is over for 2022: Madison residents should not place brush at the curb for pickup at this time. Opportunities to set out brush for curbside pickup are over until the spring of 2023. The Streets Division drop-off sites will accept brush from Madison residents. In order to use the sites, you will need to provide proof of residency. Residents are restricted to one trip daily, and the maximum amount of material that can be dropped in the one trip is equivalent to what would fit into the back of standard pickup truck bed or on a 5' x 8' trailer. Oversized loads will be denied use of the drop-off sites. Read more here.
  • Accessibility to the ballot: The City of Madison Clerk's Office works to make sure that every eligible voter is able to cast a ballot and have that ballot counted. Making sure all voters know their options for casting a ballot is one way they try to reach that goal. Learn more about the several tools that Clerk's Office staff and election officials use to make sure voting is accessible in the City of Madison.
  • Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Award: The City of Madison invites you to submit nominations for its annual Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award. This award honors Jeffrey Clay Erlanger, who was an individual of integrity, passion, intelligence and civility. Jeff understood that thoughtful and caring people could have very different views on how to best address our community's many complex issues and problems. Jeff, who died on June 10, 2007, spent a significant part of his life committed to public service, focusing on constructive advocacy and civil debate, fairness, openness and effective representation. He embraced the similarities that unite us. Find more information about the award and the nomination process here. Read the news release here.
  • Dane CORE 2.0 application portal: As of October 5, the Dane CORE 2.0 application portal has reopened. For anyone who submitted an application prior to September 15, your application is still being processed and there is no need to submit a new application. To view the status of your application, or to check for open tasks (meaning you may be missing documentation in your file), please log into Neighborly and review your submitted application. For new applications, including Additional Funding Requests, there are new program eligibility requirements. The new program requirements include:
  • Program benefits will be available only to those with household incomes at or below 50% of the County Median Income, which are the following limits: Household Size of 1 $40,400, Household Size of 2 $46,150, Household Size of 3 $51,900, Household Size of 4 $57,650, Household Size of 5 $62,300, see website for more.
  • The program will provide assistance only for past-due (unpaid) rents.
  • Only arrears accrued since July 1, 2021, will be eligible.
  • Limited assistance will remain available for forward/future rent payments, and only if paired with security deposit assistance.

To learn about program eligibility and to apply for Dane CORE 2.0, please visit www.danecore.org.

  • Vision Zero: The final Vision Zero speed reduction for 2022 will occur on a portion of Segoe Road beginning on October 10. This area was selected due to the busy use for multi-modal street traffic, its proximity to a school and park, as well as lots of residents, restaurants and a large shopping area. The section of Segoe Road that will see the speed reduced to 25mph is from University Avenue to Odana Road, approximately 2.2 miles.

Nationally, a statistical analysis to the first quarter of 2022 shows that traffic fatalities are up 7% compared to 2021, which was already a high year for traffic fatalities. In contrast to the national trend, Madison crash data shows the total number of traffic crashes are down 5% for the first half of 2022, compared to the first half of 2021. Even more astounding is that fatalities and serious injury crashes are down 29% in the first half of 2022 compared to the first half of 2021. These promising statistics tell us that the citywide Vision Zero project improvements are making a difference!

 

Water Main Flushing plans beginning Monday October 10th (all flushing is daytime unless otherwise noted)

MAP: http://www.cityofmadison.com/water/Documents/flushingschedule.pdf

W13 West (Area 12) –East of Midvale Blvd. and south of Odana Rd.

W1  West (Area 16) –East of Gammon Rd. between Mineral Point Rd. and Old Sauk Rd.

Questions: Shayne Santi, 261-9128

Flushing Information Line: 261-9178

DETAILS:

Area 12 (West): 4-6 runs per day

Run ID Run Description

10033 Manitou (Seminole to Tumalo)

10034 Manitou (Tumalo to Cherokee)

10035 Iroquois (Manitou to 1st hyd E of Country Club)

10036 Iroquois (Manitou to Country Club) AND Country Club (Iroquoi N to 1st hyd)

10037 Mandan-Manitou connector (4154 Manitou to hyd on E side of Manitou)

10037.1 Manitou (Iroquois N to 1st hyd)

10038 Waban Hill (1st hyd S of Nakoma to Cherokee) AND Cherokee (W. Hill N to 2nd hyd)

10039 Waban Hill (Nakoma S to 1st hyd) AND Nakoma (W.Hill to Yuma)

10040 Nakoma (Yuma to Cherokee) AND Manitou (Cherokee S to 1st hyd)

10041 Seminole (Manitou to Mandan)

10042 Mandan Cres (Nakoma to Seminole)

10043 Seminole (Mandan to Tumalo)

10046 Mandan Cres from Seminol Hwy to Tumalo Trl

10049 Tumalo Trl from Manitou Way to Nakoma Rd

10050 Nakoma Rd (Tumalo N to 2nd hyd)

10051 Mandan Cres from Tumalo Trl to Mandan Cir

10053 Mandan Cres and Mandan Cir

10055 W Beltline Hwy (Midvale Blvd to Hammersley Rd) and Hammersley to Pontiac Trl

10056 Hammersley (Jewel to Heritage) AND Heritage to end

10057 Jewel Ct to end

10058 Hammersley (Heritage to Pontiac), Pontiac (Hamm to Windigo), AND Starlight to end

10059 Onaway Pass, Cheiftain Lookout, Windigo Trl

10060 Pontiac (Starlight to Boston) AND Boston to end

10061 Pontiac (Boston to Nokomis) AND Nokomis to end

10062 Rosewood Circle

10063 Midvale (Hammersley to Boulder), Boulder (Midvale to Mohican), AND Mohican (Boulder to Cherokee)

10064 Midvale 6" (Hammersley Rd to Boulder Ter)

10066 Cherokee Dr - South Fork (Midvale to Mohican) AND Mohican (Cherokee to Pontiac)

10067 Cherokee Dr - N Fork (Midvale to Mohican) AND Mohican (Cherokee to Pontiac

 

 




Email to a friend Email to a friend

Subscribe to Email List

Subscribe to the District 10 – Alder Figueroa Cole email list:


By participating on this list the Wisconsin Public Records Laws may subject your email address to disclosure to third parties. By selecting "Yes" you are requesting that we treat your email address that you have provided to this list as confidential and you are also stating that you would not participate in this service if the City is obligated to release your email address to such third party requesters.


Archive

2023
2022
2021

Labels

Awareness
Honoring
Notices
Uncategorized
Updates
Weekly Updates