City of
Madison

District 2

Alder Patrick W. Heck

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Alder Patrick W. Heck

Contact Information

Home Address:

123 N. Blount St. #303
Madison , WI 53703

Council Office

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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Alder Heck’s Updates

Updates & Week of April 19 Meetings of Interest for District 2

April 17, 2021 1:09 PM

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District 2 Updates and Meetings of Interest
 
City meetings remain online only with details listed in City Meetings of Interest below; all have virtual public participation options.
 
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There are three sections to this week's update:
  1. COVID-19 Resources & Information
  2. Other District 2 Updates
  3. City Meetings of Interest to District 2
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COVID Update
 
1. COVID-19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION
 
 

Dane CORE Rental Assistance Program 

Read about the temporary halt in residential evictions from the Tenant Resource Center - extended through June 30, 2021.

From the Mayor: Many Resources Available for Residents Seeking Financial Assistance Due to COVID-19 Hardship

Free hotline to be connected with a "Financial Navigator".

COVID-19 Recovery Dashboard that tracks Madison's long-term community and economic recovery from COVID-19.

For information on Madison's responses visit the City's Coronavirus Website. There you will find links to City Service Updates, Resources for Businesses.

Donate Food to Second Harvest Food Pantry

From MMSD: Neighborhood Food Sites and from Community Action Coalition: Dane County Food Pantry Network

From the City: Community Resources Section on the city's COVID website, including housing and eviction information

The Governor's Office compilation of all COVID-19 resources and information from state agencies, including the State Dept. Public Health

From the Downtown Madison Business Improvement District: Ways to Support Downtown Madison 

From Alder Prestigiacomo: COVID-19 Campus Resources, including Housing & Eviction Protection and Financial Resources.

Info on UW-Madison's response to the pandemic at this site

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2. OTHER DISTRICT 2 UPDATES
 
Useful Links Image
 
 
Galway Proposal
 
April 21 Meeting on Proposed Redevelopment of Shopping Center at 1st and E. Wash
 
Galway Companies has updated their proposed multi-family/commercial mixed-use project for the corner of N. First and East Washington Ave. where the Washington Plaza shopping center is currently located. The project as proposed would have approximately 344 residences with 15,000 sq. ft. of commercial/retail space. After getting feedback at the March 4 public meeting and from the Urban Design Commission, the developer made substantial changes to the design. Galway plans to apply for Tax Incremental Financing (TIF) for the structured parking component. It has not yet been determined if the proposed project will require rezoning or conditional use permits.
 
This site is in Alder Syed Abbas' district and he has kindly invited nearby neighbors from District 2 and District 6 to attend the virtual neighborhood neighborhood meeting on April 21 at 6:00 p.m. to learn more about this proposal. You must register in advance for the meeting at this link. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
 

Contact info for Alder Abbas: district12@cityofmadison.com, 608-572-6984

12 N Few St Proposal

12 N. Few Street Proposal At Urban Design Commission on April 28
 
On April 28, the Urban Design Commission will consider the proposed redevelopment at 12 N. Few Street, the current site of Scooter Therapy. UDC will consider two items: (1) the proposal's compliance with Urban Design District #8 standards and (2) a proposed amendment to UDD #8 to decrease setback requirements at the corner of N. Few and Curtis Court that allow a new building to be as close as 5 feet to the Curtis Court sidewalk. The remainder of Curtis Court's required setback would remain at 15 feet. The proposed redevelopment consists of 8 commercial spaces with 8 one-bedroom apartments. The application and a staff report from the earlier UDC informational presentation are posted here.
 
The proposed demolition of the current addition on the N. Few Street side of the building and the demolition of the larger Scooter Therapy building's back wall was considered by the  Landmarks Commission in March. They found that the current Scooter Therapy building held no significant historic value. While many may find that the building does hold historic value, the Landmarks Commission must base its finding on current historic preservation standards. This finding of Landmarks will be forwarded to the Plan Commission who will consider the proposed demolition and UDD #8 amendment, likely at a May meeting. I will post agendas and updated project plans as they become available.
 
1046 E. Washington Restaurant Proposal Also At Urban Design Commission on April 28
 
On April 28, the Urban Design Commission will consider the restaurant proposed at 1046 E. Washington on the ground floor of Arden. The owners of Red Sushi on W. Washington are planning a fast-casual restaurant that would open late summer or early fall if all approvals are obtained. Project plans can be found here. UDC will consider the proposal's compliance with Urban Design District #8 standards. At a yet-to-be determined date, Plan Commission will consider the proposal's Conditional Use Permit requests for a restaurant and for outdoor seating. If approved, the restaurant will have both indoor seating and outdoor patio seating along the alley between Lyric and Arden. TLNA Council earlier voted to support the restaurant's applications for Conditional Use Permits.
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3. CITY MEETINGS OF INTEREST TO DISTRICT 2
 
Below are some pertinent agenda items from city committees that are meeting this week. If you click on meeting "Details" below, you will find participation and viewing options, and a link to the full meeting agenda. If you click on a item from within an agenda, you will see all documents that relate to that item.
 
I appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern.
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Facilities Programs and Fees Subcommittee (Parks): Details
4:00pm, Monday, April 19, 2021
 
Agenda Item 6
Pandemic Recovery Response
INFORMATIONAL 
 
Agenda Item 8
Aquatics Fee Structure
INFORMATIONAL 
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Landmarks Commission: Details
5:00 pm, Monday, April 19, 2021
 
REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS
 
Agenda Item 4
301 Wisconsin Ave - Exterior Alteration to a Designated Madison Landmark (Madison Masonic Temple) - Installation of signage; 2nd Ald. Dist.
From the Preservation Planner's Staff Report:
The style of sign uses similar architectural vocabulary as the building, but will still read as a new feature on the site. While it is a large sign, in context of the monumental building, it is in scale with the site.
Staff believes the standards for granting a Certificate of Appropriateness are met and recommends that the Landmarks Commission approve the project as proposed.
 
Agenda Item 5
402 N Thornton Ave - Exterior Alteration to a Designated Madison Landmark (Tenney Park) - Replacement of pedestrian bridge wing walls; 2nd Ald. Dist.
From the Preservation Planner's Staff Report:
The applicant is requesting a Certificate of Appropriateness for the replacement of the failing wing walls and asphalt path on either side of a historic pedestrian bridge in Tenney Park. Tenney Park is designated as a Madison landmark for its Prairie-style landscape architecture. The bridge was constructed in 1930 and is considered a contributing structure to the landmark designation. The Landmarks Commissioned issued a Certificate of Appropriateness for rehabilitation of this bridge in 2011, which included installation of limestone retaining walls. Those walls are now failing due to muskrat activities. The proposal is to replace and expand the retaining walls to prevent further erosion from undermining the bridge and increase the safety of pedestrians. The asphalt path has settled as part of the failing retaining walls and is proposed to be replaced in-kind as part of the reworking of the retaining walls. The style and arrangement of stone is in keeping with the style of shoreline improvements found elsewhere in the park and the use of natural materials are in keeping with the landscape architecture prevalent in Tenney Park.
Staff believes the standards for granting a Certificate of Appropriateness are met and recommends that the Landmarks Commission approve the project as proposed.
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Transportation Policy and Planning Board: Details
5:00pm, Monday, April 19, 2021
 
Agenda Item 2
Complete Green Streets
*public engagement pre-design
*gap analysis methodology
*schedule
 
Agenda Item 3
20 is Plenty presentation - Vision Zero initiative to lower residential speed limits to 20 mph
Note: This aspect of Vision Zero could include trial areas where the speed limit is lowered to 20mph. Some areas of District 2 could be included in this trial, but details are to be determined.
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Police Civilian Oversight Board Equitable Hiring Tool Taskforce: Details
5:30pm, Monday, April 19, 2021
 
ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED 
 
Agenda Item 2
Apply Equitable Hiring Tool to the Duties and Responsibilities section of the Independent Police Monitor description and note any recommended changes
 
Agenda Item 3
Apply Equitable Hiring Tool to the Experience section of the Independent Police Monitor description and note any recommended changes
 
Agenda Item 4
Apply Equitable Hiring Tool to the section of the Independent Police Monitor description regarding restrictions on relationship to Madison Police Department and note any recommended changes
 
Agenda Item 5
Apply Equitable Hiring Tool to the Other Combinations of Training section of the Independent Police Monitor description and note any recommended changes
 
Agenda Item 6
Apply Equitable Hiring Tool to the Commitment to Racial Equity section of the Independent Police Monitor description and note any recommended changes
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Common Council: Details
12:00pm and 6:30pm, Tuesday, April 20, 2021
 
HONORING RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 1
Commending and thanking Alderperson Sheri Carter for her dedicated and conscientious service during her tenure as President of the Madison Common Council.
 
Agenda Item 2
Commending and thanking Alderperson Syed Abbas for his dedicated and conscientious service during his tenure as Common Council Vice President.
 
Agenda Item 3
Commending and thanking Alderperson Shiva Bidar for her dedicated service to the constituents in District 5 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 4
Commending and thanking Alderperson Marsha Rummel for her dedicated service to the constituents in District 6 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 5
Commending and thanking Alderperson Max Prestigiacomo for his dedicated service to the constituents in District 8 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 6
Commending and thanking Alderperson Paul Skidmore for his dedicated service to the constituents in District 9 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 7
Commending and thanking Alderperson Zachary Henak for his dedicated service to the constituents in District 10 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 8
Commending and thanking Alderperson Mike Tierney for his dedicated service to the constituents in District 16 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 9
Commending and thanking Alderperson Samba Baldeh for his dedicated service to the constituents in District 17 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 10
Commending and thanking Alderperson Rebecca Kemble for her dedicated service to the constituents in District 18 and to the City of Madison.
 
REFER ALL UNFINISHED BUSINESS TO THE ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING
 
ADJOURN SINE DIE
 
SWEARING IN OF NEWLY-ELECTED AND RE-ELECTED ALDERPERSONS
 
CONVENE ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING - APRIL 20, 2021
 
CONVENE AS COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
 
ROLL CALL
 
Agenda Item 11
Election of Common Council President
 
Agenda Item 12
Election of Common Council Vice President
 
ADJOURN COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE
 
RECESS MEETING TO 6:30 PM, APRIL 20, 2021
 
Note: Agenda for the 6:30pm portion of the meeting follows.
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR
 
Agenda Item 22
Support for a Strong State & Local Partnership: Shared Revenue Funds Critical Services
From the resolution's body -
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Madison calls on the Legislature to pass a state budget increasing funding for the shared revenue program and directs the Clerk to send a copy of this resolution to the state legislators representing the City of Madison, to Governor Tony Evers and to the League of Wisconsin Municipalities. 
 
APPOINTMENTS
 
Agenda Item 24
Report of the Mayor submitting alder committee appointments.
Legislative History
4/14/21 Mayor's Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO CONFIRM
From the Report's body:
NOTE: Appointments will be made available no later than Monday (4/19/2021).
 
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
 
REPORT OF CITY CLERK
 
Agenda Item 38
Amending the Clerk's 2021 Adopted Operating Budget and authorizing the acceptance of a $20,000 grant from the National League of Cities.
Legislative History
4/16/21 Clerk's Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes the acceptance of a $20,000 grant from the National League of Cities, and amends the City Clerk's Office 2021 Adopted Operating Budget. The amendment increases the Clerk's Office purchased services budget by $20,000 to support payments to local partners conducting an equity analysis on how to deepen non-partisan census education and civic engagement with historically undercounted groups.
 
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 44
SUBSTITUTE - Approving the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment of 415 N. Lake St., the State Street Campus Garage, (the "Property") and establishing a process for the review of responses to the RFP and selection of a development team for the Property.
Recent Legislative History
4/5/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 45
Transferring Parking Enforcement Duties from Madison Police Department to Parking Division
Recent Legislative History
3/22/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Roll Call Vote: 4:3 - Ayes: Kemble, Bidar, Furman, Rhodes-Conway; Noes: Carter, Harrington-McKinney, Verveer
 
Agenda Item 47
Approving Facade Improvement Grant to Phil Parhamovich for a project located at 1254 E. Washington Avenue. (2nd AD)
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
4/5/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes up to $10,000 for a façade improvement grant. This grant will be funded by the Economic Development Division's 2020 Façade Improvement Grants capital program, which will have approximately $53,000 of remaining budget authority following this grant. No additional City appropriation is required. The Façade Improvement Grant capital program was folded into EDD's Small Business Equity and Recovery capital program for the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget with the expectation that façade improvement grants will continue through this new program once the remaining budget authority from the 2020 Façade Improvement Grants capital program is disbursed.
Note: This grant would partially subsidize a new front facade for the former Smart Studios building that was damaged when hit by a car in the 1990s.
 
Agenda Item 51
Amending the 2021 Capital Budget to transfer $80,000 of existing GO borrowing authority from Reconstruction Streets (Major 10226) to E Johnson (Project 10287) and McKenna Blvd Flood Mitigation Phase 2 (Project 12746) in the Engineering-Major Streets Capital Budget. (2nd AD)
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
4/5/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
Partial Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution amends the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget for Engineering-Major Streets by authorizing a net-neutral transfer of $80,000 of existing budget authority. Under the proposed resolution, $80,000 of GO borrowing authority from the Reconstruction Streets program (major 10226) will be transferred to the McKenna Blvd Flood Mitigation Phase 2 (Munis 12746) and the East Johnson St Reconstruction Phase 2 (Munis 10287) projects. Funding is available in the Reconstruction Streets major program for this transfer.
 
REPORT OF MADISON POLICE DEPARTMENT
 
Agenda Item 52
Chief of Police 1st Quarter Report: Chief Shon F. Barnes, Madison Police Department
 
REPORT OF PLAN COMMISSION
 
Agenda Item 55
Accepting the report titled "Comprehensive Plan - 2021 Progress Update"
Recent Legislative History
4/12/21 PLAN COMMISSION    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 56
Establishing a Glass-Free Zone for the West Mifflin Street area from 6:00 a.m. on April 24, 2021 through 6:00 a.m. on April 25, 2021.
Recent Legislative History
4/14/21 PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item is an annual ban on glass containers for the weekend of the Mifflin Street Block Party.
 
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 65
Amending the 2021 Capital Budget to add $3,673,990 in federal funding to Metro's Satellite Bus Facility project.
Legislative History
3/19/21 Metro Transit    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Commission; Finance Committee
Fiscal Note
The 2020 Adopted Capital Budget appropriated $12.9 million in Metro supported general obligation borrowing to purchase land for Metro's Satellite Bus Facility project. Resolution 64017 enacted March 3, 2021 added an additional $7.0 million in federal grant funding and changed the existing borrowing authority on the project to be general fund supported general obligation borrowing.
The proposed resolution amends the 2021 Capital Budget to add an additional $3.7 million in federal funding to the Satellite Bus Facility project. Total funding for the Satellite Bus Facility project will be $23,566,990 ($12,893,000 city general obligation borrowing and $10,673,990 federal funds).
 
Agenda Item 66
Submitting the appointment of Krishna Kumar for confirmation of a five-year term as the Water Utility General Manager
Legislative History
4/1/21 Human Resources Department    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (5/3/2021) Water Utility Board (4/27/2021), Common Council for Confirmation (5/18/2021).
 
Agenda Item 67
Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget for Metro Transit to appropriate $300,000 for operating costs associated with Metro's new satellite facility, to add $300,000 in federal funds to support the costs, and to create 3.0 FTE positions to support operations of the satellite facility. 
Legislative History
4/2/21 Metro Transit    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee, Transportation Commission
Fiscal Note
Resolution # 64012 enacted March 3, 2021 authorized the purchase of land at 3901 & 3829 Hanson Road to serve as Metro Transit's satellite facility. While purchase of the property is funded through Metro's capital budget appropriations, no costs associated with operating the new facility were included in Metro's 2021 operating budget. Metro anticipates $300,000 in additional operating costs in 2021 associated with the new facility. These costs include:
· $105,000 in salary and benefit costs for two new Transit Utility Workers and a Transit Custodian. These additions result in a 3.0 FTE increase within Metro.
· $195,000 for utility costs
The proposed resolution amends Metro's 2021 operating budget to appropriate these additional operating costs and to create the 3.0 FTE positions. The resolution also appropriates $300,000 in federal funds from Metro's CARES act award to fund these costs. Costs anticipated in 2022 to operate the satellite facility will be included in Metro's 2022 budget request.
 
Agenda Item 68
Resolution Authorizing Public Health Madison and Dane County to Provide a 30% Credit to Licensed Establishments for the 2021 - 2022 Licensing Year due to the Ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic and Response
Legislative History
4/12/21 BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee
Fiscal Note
FISCAL NOTE PENDING
 
Agenda Item 69
Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget to change the funding sources for the Metro Transit - Facilities Repairs and Improvements program and the Metro Transit -Transit Technology System project.
Legislative History
4/8/21 Metro Transit    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee, Transportation Commission
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution amends the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget for Metro Transit to change funding sources for two capital projects.
Metro debt service has increased as the agency's capital program has expanded. This impacts the General Fund subsidy to Metro because it includes amounts to pay the agency's debt service. Because the general fund subsidy is considered within the limits of the state's Expenditure Restraint Program (ERP), the increased debt service puts stress on the City qualifying under ERP. One option to address the ERP issue is to fund Metro's capital budget from General Fund-supported borrowing and contribute the resulting asset to Metro.
The 2021 Adopted Capital budget included $10.8 million in Metro-supported general obligation borrowing for Metro's Facilities Repairs and Improvements program. This resolution changes the funding source to be General Fund-supported borrowing.
The proposed resolution also changes the funding source for Metro's Transit Technology System project to make use of federal rescue funds. Metro is expected to receive approximately $69 million in federal rescue funds. The 2021 Adopted Capital Budget appropriated $10 million in Metro-supported borrowing for the Transit Technology System project. This resolution replaces that borrowing with federal rescue funds.
The net result of these changes is a $10 million reduction in general obligation borrowing ($10.8 million increase in GF-supported borrowing and a $20.8 million decrease in non-GF borrowing).
 
Agenda Item 70
Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget for the Community Development Authority - Redevelopment to create a Village on Park Redevelopment capital project and to authorize $3,000,000 in capital improvements at the Village on Park by the Community Development Authority, to be funded by incremental revenue proceeds from Tax Increment District (TID) No. 42. (14th A.D.)
Legislative History
4/8/21 Economic Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (4/26/21)
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution amends the CDA Redevelopment 2021 Adopted Capital Budget by creating a new Village on Park Redevelopment capital project and authorizing $3,000,000 in capital improvements. The $3,000,000 will be funded by TIF Proceeds from TID #42, which will be receiving a $3,000,000 transfer of incremental revenue from TID #39 pursuant to Legistar File ID 64795 and 64796. File 64795 amends TID #42's project plan to authorize this expense and additional projects at the Village on Park.
 
Agenda Item 78
Extending the deadline for the Vision Zero Action Plan to March 31, 2022
Legislative History
4/13/21 Traffic Engineering Division    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Policy & Planning Board 5/3/21
 
Agenda Item 81
A Resolution authorizing musical performances and amplified sound in Streatery sidewalk cafes and outdoor eating areas during the COVID-19 recovery period, expanding the Streatery program to include Concert Halls, suspending enforcement of certain ordinances, and amending the Streatery Resolutions accordingly.
Legislative History
4/13/21 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Madison Arts Commission, Common Council for Adoption (5/04/21)
 
Agenda Item 83
Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget for Community Development Division - Economic Development & Employment Opportunities by $50,000 and authorizing the Community Development Division to accept grants from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. (known as the CFE Fund) to implement a Summer Jobs Connect youth banking access and financial empowerment education program ($50,000).
Legislative History
4/13/21 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (5/10/21), Community Services Committee (4/28/21)
 
Agenda Item 85
Resolution to support the City of Madison joining the Wisconsin Local Government Climate Coalition (WLGCC).
Legislative History
4/14/21 Mayor's Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council for Adoption (5/4/21)
 
Agenda Item 87
BY TITLE ONLY - Amending the 2021 Public Health Operating Budget to accept $6,817,930 from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to support COVID-19 vaccination efforts
Legislative History
4/15/21 BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee, Board of Health- Madison and Dane County
 
REPORTS
 
Agenda Item 88
Lobby Enforcement Annual Report
Legislative History
3/30/21 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council (5/4/21)
From the Report:
This letter is to report that no Lobbying Ordinance violations were reported to the Office of the City Attorney during calendar year 2020 and therefore no enforcement actions were taken by this Office during that calendar year. There were 67 lobbyists registered with the City Clerk in 2020.
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Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code and Licensing Board: Details
12:15pm, Tuesday, April 20, 2021
 
PETITION FOR VARIANCE, AREA EXCEPTIONS OR APPEALS
 
Agenda Item 2
1102 Sherman Ave BLDVAR-2021-03058 The property owner is seeking a variance from SPS 321.03(3)a requiring habitable floors above the second floor to be provided with at least two exits. The property owner is seeking to expand the habitable space of the home into a third floor containing a single exit. Alder District 2
Note: MFD Fire Protection Engineer recommends conditional approval with the following conditions:
  • Any future alterations fo the first floor shall include extension of the fire sprinkler system.
  • Previous petition for variance approval and current codes require hard wired interconnected smoke alarms on all floor levels. MFD would support new technology smoke alarms that have a 10-year lithium battery and wireless interconnection.

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Police Civilian Oversight Board Executive Subcommittee: Details
10:00am, Wednesday, April 21, 2021
 
ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED
 
Agenda Item 2
Debrief NACOLE Training – any follow-up questions, concerns, feedback?  
 
Agenda Item 3
Childcare Reimbursements 
 
Agenda Item 4
Review/Update list of required and recommended training topics, update COB 2021 workplan
 
Agenda Item 5
Review/Update list of future COB requested agenda topics
 
Agenda Item 6
Understanding and Implementing a process to replace non active COB members the process by which non active members are replaced (if/when needed)
 
Agenda Item 7
Initial discussion regarding the development of a strategy by which we will recruit the Independent Monitor, and how we will engage the community in the process
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Board of Public Works: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, April 21, 2021
 
MISCELLANEOUS
 
Agenda Item 25
20 is Plenty
FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES
Note: See TPPB Agenda Item 3 above.
 
APPROVAL OF BIDS OPENED BY CITY ENGINEERING
 
Agenda Item 32
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8591, 2021 Parking Garage Maintenance. (2nd, 4th and 6th ADs)
RECOMMEND AWARD TO PROAXIS LLC
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Housing Strategy Committee: Details
4:30pm, Thursday, April 22, 2021
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS 
 
Agenda Item 2
Draft Landbanking Policy
 
Agenda Item 3
Housing Forward
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Committee on Sweatfree Purchases: Details
5:30pm, Thursday, April 22, 2021
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 5
Amending Section 4.25(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase the threshold for the City's sweatfree procurement requirements for items of apparel from $5,000 to $10,000, and amending Section 4.25(9)(b) of the Madison General Ordinances to change the description of the UW organization that recommends a member to the Committee on Sweatfree Purchases.
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