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Alder Tag Evers

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2329 Keyes Av

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210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
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Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
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Tag: Recycling

Electronic-waste recycling drive

Earth Week Tip #1 Spring cleaning and you don't know what to do with that old computer? Here's a solution courtesy of the West Green Club forwarded by John Perkins of the Greenbush Neighborhood Association: "Computers and monitors would typically require a $10 disposal fee tag to be … [read more]

Recycling & Composting

Earth Week Tip #4 I grew up in a family that recycled with gusto. My parents came of age during the Great Depression and WWII. It came natural to that generation, part of the cultural DNA formed by scrimping and saving and collecting scrap metal to beat the Axis Powers. We didn't have … [read more]

Move Out / Move in Day

On Thursday and Friday, August 15 and 16, the Streets Division will begin collecting curbside items in the downtown area, including the Regent Street student neighborhood, beginning at 4:00 a.m. Crews will be emptying refuse and recycling carts, and collecting items large items, such as … [read more]

Arboretum Dr. Petition, Return Those Ballots, August Moving Days

Hi Everyone, Arboretum Drive I keep hearing from you about Arboretum Dr. Here's a link to a petition to keep the road closed until we get past the pandemic. As it stands now, the road is scheduled to reopen tomorrow. Apparently, the UW promised the Town of Madison that the closure would … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Violence Prevention, Operating Budget, Halloween?

Hi Everyone, Hope you all had a nice weekend. Here are some new updates. Violence Prevention Several of you have reached out to me asking what is being done about the increase in gun violence we experienced this summer. Last week the City and County announced increased funding for a … [read more]

District 13 Updates: First Snowfall, Thanksgiving Refuse & Recycling Collection Schedule, Covid Update

First Snowfall Winter's first snow has arrived, and the Streets Division crews were out to meet it. As we begin our journey through another winter, remember to use the City of Madison winter website as it has a plethora of useful winter information. You can learn about snow emergencies, winter … [read more]

Trash & Recycling Collection Will Happen on Christmas Eve

Hi Everyone. Operating hours will be shortened The Streets Division will be performing trash and recycling collection on Thursday, December 24, 2020. The drop-off sites will be opened for shortened hours. Curbside Collection Information If you have a regularly occurring Thursday … [read more]

Vilas Park Master Plan, plus early trash & recycling pick-up on Thurs

Vilas Park Master Plan You are invited to the fourth (and final) Community Input Meeting for the Vilas Park Master Plan tomorrow Thursday, February 4 at 6 PM. You may register for the meeting at https://tinyurl.com/VilasPark4 The final Master Plan will be presented and discussed, including … [read more]

District 13 Updates: Vilas Park Master Plan goes to Parks Commission

Hi Everyone, Vilas Park Master Plan The Vilas Park master plan is on the agenda for tonight's Board of Park Commissioners. The agenda is available here: https://madison.legistar.com/MeetingDetail.aspx?ID=815452&GUID=BACDA0A8-826A-4EA4-B62F-AF7B2B3313E6&Options=&Search= If … [read more]

District 13 Updates

Hi Everyone. Now that the spring election is over, alders who had opposition in their re-election campaigns are again able to use city resources to disseminate information to constituents. Let me start by saying I am humbled and profoundly grateful to be elected to another term representing … [read more]

District 13 Updates

Hi Everyone. Here are today's updates, starting with several volunteer opportunities. Earth Day Challenge volunteers needed in Madison parks! The Parks Division is recruiting more than 650 volunteers in 45+ parks from 10am – 12pm on April 24. All the D13 parks except for Olin-Turville … [read more]

Vision Zero, South Madison Planning Team, Meet Bella

Hi Everyone. Vision Zero Plan & Transit Fare Study At 4:30 today, Monday, June 28, the Transportation Policy & Planning Board will be presented with a Vision Zero Action Plan Update and the final Metro Transit Fare Study. They will also be discussing parking ordinance changes. You … [read more]

Good Neighbor Gathering, Monroe Street Anti-Racism Mural, Wonder Bar....

Greetings friends and neighbors, Good Neighbor Gathering This Saturday The District 13 Neighborhood Alliance invites you to a free, safe, outdoor, alcohol-free, family-friendly event--the 2nd annual Madison Good Neighbor Gathering on Saturday, September 25th from 12noon to 5PM at … [read more]

Redistricting, ADUs, and more updates

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates. Redistricting The new proposed alder districts will be in front of the Common Council on Tuesday for adoption. The redistricting website has links to all the prior materials as well as the ordinances that will be up for adoption. I've discussed … [read more]

ADUs at Plan Commission Tonight, Trash and Recycling Holiday Schedule

Hi friends and neighbors, Here are updates as we start off this short week: Proposed Zoning Changes to Support Accessory Dwelling Units at Plan Commission As I've noted in previous updates, I have been working with fellow alders, Grant Foster (D15) and Patrick Heck (D2), as well as city … [read more]

Resource Recovery Charge, Body-Worn Camera Pilot, Earth Day

Hi Friends and Neighbors, Spring is being unusually bashful. A year ago, all my dafodils were in full bloom. This year they've sprouted but the blossoms are decidedly tardy. Yes, I know warmer weather is slated for later this week, yet awaking to a smattering of snow this morning was a test of … [read more]

Shared Use Paths, Master Recycler Course, Monona Terrace Celebration, and More

Hi Friends and Neighbors! Here are this week's updates: Speed Policy on Shared Use Paths The Transportation Policy and Planning Board will be having a discussion on the City's speed policy on Shared Use Paths. This discussion will address the conflicts between pedestrians and cyclists, … [read more]

Save The Date, Voting Information

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates: Save The Date -- Coffee with Mayor Satya Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway will be at Lakeside St. Coffee House, 402 W. Lakeside, on Tuesday, August 30 from 9am to 10:30am. This will be an excellent time to ask questions, share concerns and learn more … [read more]

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