It's back-to-school time! Be sure to stay extra, extra vigilant when driving around town as kids return to school this week. The Mayor's Executive Budget will be released this week. Check the date for your last brush pick up deadline. Weigh in on Madison Metro changes for December and on a
Happy (almost) August! There are many fun activities happening around Madison this week, including concerts, dances, movies, an adaptive family swim, and Parks Alive! events. I've also noted the items on the Common Council agenda that are specific to District 19. Please check the full list of City
Joint statement against racist video; West Area Land Use; Capital Budget Planning; Farmers' and Community Markets; Resource Fairs; Final Yard Waste Pick-up; Arts; Music; Family Fun Nights; Property Tax Assessments; Transit Network Redesign.
Some information from the Engineering Division about previously discussed stormwater ordinance changes. I'm glad to see the department moving forward with this proposal.
The Engineering Division will be hosting a final public information meeting about changes to the City’s
Engineering has announced some upcoming meetings to discuss data from the watershed studies. I previously announced the Spring Harbor meeting. Here's more details:
Closer to Possible Flooding Solutions: Engineers to Share Data Collected
Monday, February 24, from 6:30 ? 8:30 pm
Meeting Location: Muir Elementary Gymnasium, 6602 Inner Drive
City of Madison will present the completed, new, drainage model of existing flooding conditions. Spring Harbor Watershed residents are invited to review the model
The City of Madison Engineering Division is rolling out its next phase of its Watershed Studies with organized focus group meetings. The meetings were requested by community members, and are open to the public, but the conversation will be tailored to gathering more information on flooding issues
I've received a few e-mails about the working going on at Nautilus Point Park (north of Mineral Point Road, between Nautilus and Island Drive).
Sally Swenson, the City of Madison Project Engineer, has provided me with some information on the project to share, including the public
A quick update to the previously announced date for the Spring Harbor meeting referenced in my post about the upcoming Watershed and Flood Studies Meetings:
The meeting has been moved from 4/23 to 4/25. Spring Harbor Neighborhood Association has their annual meeting on April 23rd. Thank