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Alder Yannette Figueroa Cole

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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
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Alder Figueroa Cole’s Updates

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ARPA, Streets, CDD, other events

Happy Father's Day! Highlights: American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) Local Fiscal Recovery FundsThe Finance Committee will be discussing a resolution proposing an allocation of ARPA funds at its meeting on Monday. Take a look at the presentation listed in the resolution to … [read more]

2020 NIP EDITION and Weekly Updates

Let's talk data! The 2020 NIP Edition is finally here! A new set of data (2020 Edition) has been added to the City of Madison's Neighborhood Indicators Project (NIP)--a tracking system with trend data going back to 2008. NIP was designed by the City of Madison in partnership with the … [read more]

Vision Zero, Midtown Blotter, Police Monitor application, RISE WI, CARE & Upcoming Events

Hello! Wishing you all had a wonderful holiday weekend with family and friends. Make this the Summer we work collectively to create awareness on the dangerous of reckless driving. Let's start by asking ourselves; "Am I a Safe Driver?" Let's continue by acknowledging that road safety is the … [read more]

Survey / Spread the Word / Vision Zero

Buen Dia! It has been just over a year since the Vision Zero initiative officially launched. We have seen growth and setbacks when it comes to driving behaviors and safety on our roadways. It takes all of us to combat this issue and to prevent harm or death on our roads. We have an active … [read more]

Metro, Vaccine, Element Lab, Airport & Upcoming Meetings and Events

metro is hiring Metro Transit is now hiring for permanent part-time AND full-time transit operators. NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY! Metro will train you on how to drive a bus. Be part of a team that provides one of the basic needs that keep our communities safe and healthy. Transit plays a … [read more]

Plenty is 20, Tips to help prevent car theft, Guia para indocumentados & Week Events

A Vision Zero project, Plenty is 20: The City of Madison launches Phase 1 of its new program, 20 is Plenty, on Monday, August 9. The program aims to improve safety on Madison's neighborhood streets, by lowering the speed limit on residential streets from 25 mph to 20 mph. Read more here. … [read more]

Upcoming Meetings and Events, Let's Talk Street, Equity Series & Capital Budget

LET'S TALK STREETS If if you missed this Transportation meeting, here is your opportunity to watch it. Marker 30:10 provides a potential solution for a more equitable and inclusive street system. Join us in this journey towards streets that prioritize people and enhance safety. Full … [read more]

Redistricting, C.A.R.E.S, Vision Zero, Budget, Meeting and Events

Redistricting Ad-Hoc Committee City of Madison is partnering with Dane County and Representable.org to help you map your community of interest and tell us about it. Map your community of interest / How to use Dane County's Representable website / Find out more about the AdHoc Committee … [read more]

Navigation: Engineering Project Processes

Hello! Another opportunity for city processes' navigation. Today let's focus on Engineering Projects! These Navigation oriented updates are intend to facilitate understanding of how to find information and to provide some insight on how the city operates. If there is an agency or process … [read more]

Area Work And Week Events

Hammersley Road Project: March 9 @ 5 PM Thank you for all the engagement on this project! Here is one more opportunity to learn about it, to provide your feedback and to be part of the City's commitment to having Safe & Shared Streets for everyone. Staff will present an updated design to … [read more]

Area activities, Meetings and Events

Hammersley Project Page Updated Visit the project page here for details. Next meeting is April 6, 2022 Engineering Division Announcement: 5102 & 5114 Raymond Road The City of Madison is hiring multiple AASPIRE Interns! Now Hiring: AASPIRE Intern Salary: … [read more]

Verona Project, Parks Alive & Crossing guard Changes, Civil Rights Community Partner training & Week's events

4649 VERONA ROAD - DEVELOPMENT RECORDING/GRABACION Find here the direct link to the Verona Rd project meeting. Thank you for your participation and questions. We will continue to share information as the project moves thru the proper channels. Parks Alive Parks Alive is a … [read more]

D10 Area Updates & MEETING AND EVENT HIGHLIGHTS Week 8/29

D10 - Area Updates Plan Commission Agenda – August 29 @ 5:30 PM Agenda Item 7: 72646: Creating Section 28.022-00574 of the Madison General Ordinances to assign zoning to properties generally bounded by the West Beltline Highway, Landmark Place, University of Wisconsin-Madison Arboretum, … [read more]

MEETING AND EVENT HIGHLIGHTS FOR THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 5, 2022

Hola! Have a safe and fun long weekend. Driving under the influence is a choice not a mistake! Before you leave home to party with friends and family, have a plan. Leaving the car behind, using public transportation or getting a ride can safe lives. Consider meeting at a location that … [read more]

MEETING, EVENTS WEEK OF SEP 10 & D10 Info

Local D10 4633 Verona Road: Please join me for a Zoom neighborhood meeting where we will hear about a proposal to open a liquor store at 4633 Verona Road. When: Sep 19, 2022, 06:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada) Register in advance: … [read more]

Hammersley Project Page Updated

Hello! Aaron (Project Manager) and I have received questions about the assessment letters. Aaron update the page site with the answers shared. Some questions have been very specific to particular situations and were not included as an update. Please review the updates and feel free to … [read more]

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