Last week the Finance Committee met for nearly 14 hours to listen to agency presentations on the mayor's proposed 2020 Executive Operating Budget. You can watch those meetings online and access the materials here.
The latest flood update just released at 7 a.m. lists two streets that remain closed following last night's heavy rain and high lake levels:
Closed: Lexington west of Stoughton
Closed: Johnson Street inbound at First Street, crews are currently working to get this open.
You can find all the
I had a great bike trip to Rock Island this past week and it's good to be back home in District 15. I am just starting to get to emails and voicemails and hope to respond to most of them in the next day or two. Thanks for your patience and please don't hesitate to reach out again with
***As a reminder, I will be out of the office with no access to phone or email from Saturday, September 21 through Monday, September 30th. Please contact the Common Council office at 608.266.4071 for any urgent needs.***
A fire alarm interrupted the meeting just as public testimony was getting under way. MFD responded and gave the all clear after determining that the alarm was triggered due to a faulty sensor coming from the jail.
Thank you to all of those that have submitted comment regarding the proposal to bring F-35A jets to Madison. You can read my latest update here. On Tuesday, the Common Council will debate a resolution I co-authored with Alder Rebecca Kemble and that is co-sponsored by Alders Abbas