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Alder Tag Evers

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Alder Tag Evers

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Madison, WI 53703
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Tag: Metro Transit Network Redesign

Homeless Issues, Safe Streets, Transit Network Redesign

Greeting Friends and Neighbors, Here are this week's updates: Homeless Issues On Monday, the City-County Homeless Issues Committee will host an unsheltered homelessness response panel discussion by outreach providers and will also receive an update on the Dairy Drive sheltered campground … [read more]

Monroe Street Library, Transit Network Redesign, Glenway Golf Park

Hi Everyone. The big news this week is Public Health's indoor mask requirement expires on March 1, an indication we are on the backside of the Omicron variant surge. Case numbers are declining, as are hospitalizations for serious Covid illness. That said, vaccines remain your best protection, … [read more]

UPDATE: Icy Sidewalks, Transit Network Redesign Update, More on Traffic Safety

Two updates to the post below. First, the joint southside meeting for D13 and D14 residents regarding the draft Metro Transit Network Redesign orginally scheduled for April 5 has been moved to April 7 at 6pm in order to avoid election day. Here is the Zoom link and call-in … [read more]

Transit Network Redesign, Safe Streets, Bayview's Good News, McGrath Project

Hi Everyone. Here are this week's updates. Metro Transit Network Redesign There was a well-attended public meeting last week on the Metro Transit Network Redesign draft plan. A number of neighborhood information meetings will take place throughout the city over the next two months, … [read more]

Monroe Street Library, McGrath E. Olin Project, Plan to End Homelessness

Hi Everyone. We knew it couldn't last. After a short respite teasing us with spring weather, winter reasserts itself with an overnight visit of wet, heavy snow. Be careful while shoveling, and be aware of slick conditions. Click here for the latest snow plowing update. Here are this … [read more]

Transit Network Redesign, McGrath E. Olin Project

Hi Everyone, The last gasp of winter before we rush into spring. Soon we'll be awash in daffodils and birdsong. In fact, with respect to the latter, the robins and cardinals have signaled aplenty their readiness for the change of seasons. So be patient, it's coming! Here are a handful of … [read more]

Two Virtual Meetings This Week, MPD Focus Groups, Election Day

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates: Two Virtual Neighborhood Meetings This Week Wednesday, April 6: You are invited to the virtual neighborhood meeting to learn more about McGrath Property Group's proposed 12-story, 200 unit, mixed-use development project for 222-232 E. Olin … [read more]

Yard Waste and Brush Collection, Glenway Golf Park, Make Music Madison

Hi Everyone, Spring keeps stumbling, holding on to unseasonably chilly weather. Such a late start to the garden blooms, one hopes that their will be no late frosts. Despite the late start to the gardening season, yard waste collection wraps up this week for many in District 13. Click here for … [read more]

Property Assessments, Traffic Medians, Transit-Oriented Development

Hi Everybody, Lots of new updates to share: 2022 Property Assessments The city assessor has published the valuation of all assessable property in Madison and updated assessments were in the mail as of Friday. Lest the results give you sticker shock, you can read more about the … [read more]

Transit-Oriented Development, Network Redesign, Neighborhood House, Lake Blessing

Greetings friends and neighbors, We struggle through a cold and dreary spring and then fast-forward to August-like heat. Let's hope the weather and all of us find some balance, with no late frosts, and, hopefully, no new variants. Here are this week's updates. Transit-Oriented … [read more]

Last Chance at Yard Waste Collection, Transit Network Redesign Impacts on D13, and more

Hi Everyone, Happy Friday! Here are some end-of-the-week updates, including timely information about yard waste collection, a meeting on Monday to discuss the Transit Network Redesign and its potential impacts on D13 and D14 neighborhoods, a proposed new Planning Framework, and … [read more]

Transit Network Redesign, Transit-Oriented Development, Wingra Watershed Gathering, ADU Financing

Hi Everyone, Greeting on this lovely spring day! I hope you saw last night's spectacular lunar eclipse, the oddly-named Super Flower Blood Moon. Whatever you call it, it was a sight to behold. Here are this week's updates. Reminder: Metro Transit Network Redesign to be Discussed at … [read more]

Transit Network Redesign, Food Scraps Recycling, Violence Prevention, ADU Financing

Hi Everyone, Here are this week's updates. Common Council The Common Council will meet virtually at 6:30pm on Tuesday, May 24. Meeting details Meeting agenda Watch online For information about additional City meetings scheduled for this week, please consult the City … [read more]

Transit Redesign Wraps Up, Vilas Park Drive Changes, Juneteenth Celebration, March For Our Lives

Greetings friends and neighbors, Here are this week's updates: Metro Transit Network Redesign The Metro Transit Network Redesign is coming to the end of a process that began eighteen months ago. The Redesign is on the agenda at this week's Transportation Policy and Planning Board which … [read more]

Operating Budget Amendments, Review of Leashed Dogs in Forest Hill Cemetery, Metro Transit Public Hearing

Hi Everyone, Lots going on this week of beautiful fall weather. Please remember to keep your leaves out of the street. Click here to find out when yours will be picked up. If you do, you'll note that for many in D13, leaf and yard waste pick up will be occuring this week, with a final … [read more]

Bay Creek Homicide, Meeting Highlights, Wingra Watershed Study Public Information Meeting

Greetings Friends and Neighbors, As many of you know, a homicide took place on Lakeside St. in Bay Creek last week. The tragedy of this cannot be understated. Thoughtful words were shared on the Bay Creek listserv, and I'd like to call attention to two of them: Lamenting the life lost, … [read more]

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