Last night was a long Council meeting. We passed the TOD Overlay, which is a good thing, but the entire public debate exposed a raw nerve in Madison's body politic. I'll share my thoughts in the coming days.
Greetings Friends and Neighbors,
Here are this week's updates:
TOD Overlay Meeting
The Planning Division is hosting a virtual public meeting this Thursday, January 12, at 6pm to further discuss the proposed Transit-Oriented Development Overlay Zoning District.
Starting 2023 with hope for a better year for all of us. I trust your holiday break was filled with joy and meaning and that you feel encouraged as we move into the new year.
Complete Green Streets
Tonight is the first Council meeting of 2023. The
Greetings friends and neighbors,
Council President Keith Furman put together detailed information regarding holiday and storm-related changes to trash/recycling pickup, as well as helpful tips to prepare for the big weather event (just what the heck is a "bomb cyclone"?) predicted for
The snow emergency remains in effect for the City of Madison tonight, December 16. 2022.
When parking your vehicle this evening, please choose off-street parking options.
If you cannot find an off-street option, everyone in the City of Madison must follow alternate side
Family Definition Changes
I've asked Zoning Administrator Katie Bannon and Building Inspection Division Director Matt Tucker to join D13 residents in a public information meeting on December 19 at 7pm to discuss proposed changes to the zoning code family