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Alder Keith Furman

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Council President

Alder Keith Furman,
Council President

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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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North Gammon Road: meeting results and next steps

This summer the city has scheduled a resurfacing project for North Gammon from Tree Lane to the Middleton border. Also this summer, the city of Middleton will be chip sealing their portion of Gammon/Park St.) and remarking it to add turn and bike lanes. The timing of these projects … [read more]

District 19 News and Notes, March 31, 2014

Hello Friends and Neighbors, Happy Spring! Finally it really feels like it. Here's an update on activities in and around our district. Vote Tuesday Please don't forget to vote on Tuesday! In our district there is an important contested race for Madison School Board and two county … [read more]

What's happening on N. Gammon Road?

Please use caution on N. Gammon Road over the next few weeks as two construction projects get underway: Work will begin this week to install pedestrian safety islands on North Gammon Road at the intersections of Colony and Sawmill. These improvements are a direct response to concerns … [read more]

Colony Drive daycare proposal hearing postponed

Hello Neighbors, The public hearing for the proposed daycare at 6906 Colony Drive (at Gammon) is being postponed until October 17th at the request of the applicant. (This hearing was scheduled for September 19.) City planning and traffic staff as well as several neighbors to the proposal … [read more]

District 19 News and Notes for November 27, 2016

Hello Friends and Neighbors, It may be the holiday season, but there's no slowing down at City Hall. Here's a roundup of news in and affecting our area: Thanksgiving Trash Pickup If your usual pick-up day is Friday, your trash/recycle pickup is on Monday (Nov. 28). Since it's a … [read more]

Gammon Road 2020 reconstruction public meeting June 27

About the project The City of Madison in conjunction with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation is proposing a street reconstruction project on South Gammon Road from Seybold Road to Mineral Point Road and construction of a shared-use path, known as the West Towne Path, from Grand Canyon … [read more]

S. Gammon Road Street Reconstruction and West Towne Path Construction Project & Public Informational Meeting

The City of Madison and Wisconsin Department of Transportation (WisDOT) are planning to begin the reconstruction of South Gammon Road from US HWY 12 & 14 (West Beltline HWY) to Mineral Point Road during the week of March 2, 2020. WisDOT has awarded the contract to Edgerton Contractors, Inc. … [read more]

Expect significant delays on South Gammon Road

From the Engineering Division: Drivers on the City’s west side near Gammon Road will experience significant delays because of reconstruction of South Gammon Road gets underway. Construction will officially begin March 4. Traffic delays may be less in the initial days but will increase as the … [read more]

Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Schedule Available, Food Scraps Recycling Program Update, Lower Speed Limits and Biking Adventure Project

Some news from the City: New Leaf and Yard Waste Collection Schedule Now Available Collection begins the week of October 11, 2020 For the fall of 2020, all neighborhoods of Madison have assigned days when they should set leaves and yard waste out for curbside collection. The leaves … [read more]

Vision Zero: Lower Speed Limit on Gammon Road and Update on New Police Chief Search

Vision Zero: City to Lower Speed Limit on Gammon Road and McKenna Boulevard Beginning Monday, December 7, the City of Madison will move to the next stage of speed changes in this city-wide effort for the Vision Zero initiative. Similar to the recent East Washington Ave, Milwaukee Street, and … [read more]

Highlights for the Week of February 20, 2023

SPRING PRIMARY IS TUESDAY -- ELECTION INFO 2023 Spring Primary Election - Several offices on the ballot this spring require a primary election on Feb. 21. District 19 has two candidates running for Alder, so there won't be a Feb. 21 primary for that election, but there will be for in the … [read more]

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