City of
Madison

District 2

Alder Patrick W. Heck

Alder Patrick W. Heck

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 Sept. 30 Meetings of Interest for District 2

September 28, 2019 8:41 PM

District 2 Updates & Meetings of Interest

Oct. 1: Public Meeting for New Restaurant/Bar on State Street

A Class B liquor license and entertainment license application has been submitted for a new business at 558 State Street in District 2. Brano Kruger, owner of Danny's Pub at 328 W. Gorham St., is proposing a taco bar and restaurant/tavern concept. Neighbors and interested parties are invited to attend a public meeting to learn about the license and business concept on Tuesday, Oct. 1, at 3pm. onsite at 558 State St. (formerly Roast).

Streets

Fall Leaves/Yard Waste Collection to Begin Monday, September 30

The City of Madison Streets Division will begin curbside leaf and yard waste collection for the fall on Monday, Sept. 30. Details can be found here.

Residents have two options to learn when they should place yard waste to the curb for pick up.
 
Option 1: View the Map
The online map is updated at the end of each workday. Residents who use the map should check it regularly to learn when to place material out for collection.
 
Option 2: Call the Hotline
A recorded hotline is available to hear collection time estimates to determine when to place yard waste to the curb. The recording also details leaf and yard waste collection rules. The number is 608-267-2088. The hotline is updated weekly.
 

More Details on How to Place Yard Waste for Collection can be found here. Please separate yard waste & leaves from brush. They will not collect mixed piles.

Keep Streets Leaf-free
Leaves and yard waste contain phosphorus. When it rains, water flows through leaf piles in streets creating a phosphorus rich "leaf tea" that travels through storm drains to our lakes. The excess phosphorus leads to toxic algae blooms, low oxygen levels, and green murky water in our lakes - none of which are good for animals living in the water or those who use our lakes for recreation. Plus, leaf and yard waste piles can wash into the storm drains and clog them, which can lead to street ponding. 
 
Drop-off Sites
In addition to using the curbside collection service, Madison residents can bring their leaves and yard waste to any of the three yard waste drop-off sites.
 
Additional Information 
There are multiple opportunities to learn more about proper yard waste management. Residents can consult this brief guide about other ways to protect our lakes by keeping the streets leaf-free. The Ripple Effects website has detailed information about leaf management and other important storm water issues.  On the Ripple Effects website, you can sign up to receive text or email alerts on when the street gutter should be raked in advance of a rainstorm to prevent a releasing nutrients into the storm water system
 
 
Update on Salvation Army Redevelopment Proposal
 

The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association steering committee for the Salvation Army redevelopment proposal on the 600 block of E. Washington/E. Mifflin met again on Thursday, Sept. 26. TLNA Council will be considering the steering committee's report at their Oct. 10 meeting, 7pm, at Festival Foods. Visit the TLNA Development website to stay up to speed. So far, these city committees are scheduled to consider the redevelopment:

  • Urban Design Commission - Oct. 16
  • Plan Commission - Oct. 28

Other committees, Common Council, and the Dane County Board will also consider any affordable housing fund awards that are proposed for the affordable apartment building that is part of the proposal. If you have input on the proposal, feel free to email me. I plan to share all input with my fellow alders, the Mayor's office, and city departments.

US Air Force Extends Public Comment Period for the F-35s until Nov. 1

To ensure ample opportunity for the community to provide comments, the Air Force is extending the public comment period for the Draft Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the F-35A operational beddown at Truax Field.  The original EIS period was to end Sept. 27, 2019; the comment period will now end on November 1, 2019.

The Air Force notified the 115th Fighter Wing that it wants to provide all interested parties with every opportunity to provide input to the proposed action to beddown F-35s at Truax through the environmental impact statement process.  The Air Force has announced this extension to the community by publishing an advisory in the Federal Register.

The National Guard Bureau has prepared a Draft EIS to evaluate the potential environmental consequences from the proposed bed down of 18 F-35A aircraft at two of five alternative locations:

115th Fighter Wing, Madison, Wisconsin
124th Fighter Wing, Boise, Idaho
125th Fighter Wing, Jacksonville, Florida
127th Wing, Harrison Township, Michigan
187th Fighter Wing, Montgomery, Alabama

Please forward your comments to F-35A EIS Project Manager, NGB/A4AM, Shepperd Hall, 3501 Fetchet Avenue, Joint Base Andrews MD  20762-5157. You may also download a copy of the EIS and submit comments via the project website at www.ANGF35EIS.com  or via email at usaf.jbanafw.ngb-a4.mbx.a4a-nepa-comments@mail.mil.

All substantive comments received by November 1, 2019 will be addressed in the Public Comment Section of the Final EIS.

POINTS OF CONTACT: Please call Mr. Ramon Ortiz, NGB/A4AM at 240-612-7042, or 115th Fighter Wing Public Affairs at 608-245-4395 with any questions.

District 8 Alder Avra Reddy Resigning
 
UW campus area Alder Avra Reddy has notified Council Leadership of her resignation from the Madison Common Council as of Sept. 30, 2019. In her short tenure, Alder Reddy has made a great impact and great contributions to our Council deliberations with her thoughtfulness and commitment to making Madison a better place. We wish Alder Reddy and her family the best.
 

The Common Council President oversees the application process to fill the vacancy. Applications are reviewed by the Common Council Executive Committee (CCEC), which makes a recommendation to the Common Council. The Common Council then appoints the District 8 Alder until the next regularly scheduled elections (April 2020).

Deadlines and details on applying can be found here and a map of District 8 is here. This district needs solid representation, so please encourage D8 activists and residents to apply!

REGISTER TODAY!  2019 Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable

Saturday, November 2, 2019
Madison Public Library, 201 W. Mifflin Street
9:00 a.m. to Noon * Free of charge *
Childcare, Language Interpretation and Light Refreshments
 

The City of Madison Mayor's Neighborhood Roundtable 2019 will bring together hundreds of the most thoughtful, conscious, and caring people involved in neighborhoods across our city. Residents, neighborhood groups, nonprofits, faith-based leaders and local elected officials will all be under one roof.

Sponsored by MGE, this important event will feature:

  • Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway Q&A
  • Affordable housing 101, what's happening in Madison, and ways neighbors/neighborhoods can help with affordable housing initiatives
  • Community-based organizations' successful neighborhood engagement efforts, and how neighbors/neighborhoods can make it happen in their areas
  • Transportation initiatives
  • And much more!

You're guaranteed to make new connections, form new partnerships, and find out how your neighborhood can best shape its future.  It is also about expression –applauding creative ways neighbors achieved desired changes, and celebrating the work that residents do to make their block or larger neighborhood a better place.

If you have questions, please email us at neighborhoods@cityofmadison.com or call us at (608) 267-8727. PARA ESPANOL 608-267-8649.

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City Meetings of Interest to District 2

Below are some pertinent agenda items from various city committees that are meeting this week.

The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call.

Also, committees and commissions have an opportunity at the beginning of each agenda for Public Comment on items not on the agenda. If you have something you want to share with a committee or commission, you can use the Public Comment time to do so

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Common Council: Agenda
7:00pm, Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019
Rm 201 City-County Building
 

HONORING RESOLUTIONS

Agenda Item 1
Proclaiming the second Monday in October 2019 as " Indigenous Peoples Day" in Madison, Wisconsin.

Agenda Item 2
Honoring the memory of Madison Firefighter Todd James Mahoney. 
 

PUBLIC HEARINGS - BEGIN AT 7:15 PM

REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE

Agenda Item 5
2020 Executive Capital Budget
Recent Legislative History:
9/23/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS - PUBLIC HEARING
 

REPORT OF PLAN COMMISSION

Agenda Item 7
3rd SUBSTITUTE. Amending Sections 28.097(2) and (3) of the Madison General Ordinances to require conditional use approval in the Campus-Institutional District for uses involving new buildings or additions to existing buildings the establishment, improvement, or modification exceeding 4,000 square feet in ground floor area and for the establishment, improvement, or modification of any use occurring outside an enclosed building. area on a zoning lot of any primary use and to require conditional use approval for the establishment, improvement, or modification of identified secondary uses.
Sponsors: Tag Evers, Syed Abbas, Christian A. Albouras, Shiva Bidar, Grant Foster, Keith Furman, Patrick W. Heck, Zachary Henak, Rebecca Kemble, Lindsay Lemmer, Donna V. Moreland, Michael E. Verveer and Marsha A. Rummel
Recent Legislative History:
9/16/19 PLAN COMMISSION    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING
 

REPORT OF ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE

Agenda Item 17
Amending Section 38.03(2)(b) of the Madison General Ordinances to amend tavern carry-out law to conform with recently revised state statutes.
9/18/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - PUBLIC HEARING
 
END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
 

BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR

APPOINTMENTS

Agenda Item 22
Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 9/17/2019; action 10/1/2019).
Note: This item includes the following:
LANDMARKS COMMISSION
ELIZABETH (BETTY) BANKS (2nd A.D.) - appoint to the remainder of a three-year term to the position of Historian. Ms. Banks is a co-founder/executive director of Today Not Tomorrow, Inc. (TNT). She serves as the director of community outreach for TNT's Project Babies. She is a Madison native with a long history of community engagement and chronicling Madison's history, including publishing her own newspaper and producing her own television show. She is active with numerous organizations, including serving on the board of the Foundation for Black Women's Wellness. Ms. Banks succeeds Stuart Levitan.
TERM EXPIRES: 4-30-2022
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
 
RESOLUTION
 
Agenda Item 25
Supporting the Wisconsin Public Health Association's Campaign Against Racism and Recognizing Racism as a Public Health Crisis.
Legislative History
9/16/19 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - MISC. ITEMS

Agenda Item 26
Supporting changing the name of Squaw Bay to Wicawak Bay.
Sponsors: Arvina Martin and Satya V. Rhodes-Conway
Legislative History
9/16/19 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - MISC. ITEMS
 

UPDATE

Agenda Item 27
Update: City's Performance Excellence Initiative - Kara Kratowicz & Deputy Mayor Cam McLay

REPORTS OF OFFICERS

REPORT OF ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE

Agenda Item 29
Request to extend license issuance beyond the 90 day limit under MGO 38.05 508 State Street Golf LLC • dba Game Day Madison
508 State St Suite B • Agent: Colin Smith • Estimated Capacity: 100
Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 27% alcohol, 29% food, 44% other Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Heck) • Police Sector 403
Legislative History
9/18/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item is an extension of time to grant an alcohol license. I support this extension because this new business has encountered minor delays due to remodeling its 2nd story location in an older State Street building.
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 
Agenda Item 38
Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Street End Repairs - 2019. (2nd, 3rd, 6th and 19th ADs)
Recent Legislative History:
9/18/19 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item includes repairs to the Lake Mendota street ends at N. Carroll, N. Paterson, and N. Brearly Streets.
 
REPORT OF COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 42
Accepting the 2019 Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice (AI) study
Recent Legislative History
9/5/19 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 47
Amendment from the 2019 Streets Division - Emerald Ash Borer Capital budget to transfer $197,022 in existing budget authority to Traffic Engineering to provide additional funding to expand the Clean Streets Clean Lakes (CSCL) zones.
Recent Legislative History
9/23/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item funds signage for expansion of the Clean Streets/Clean Lakes program to include year-round parking restrictions for a 4-hour window once per week rather than just during warmer months. This will increase snow plowing opportunities and facilitate other city services. See my Sept. 19 alder update for more information.
 

REPORT OF VENDING OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE

Agenda Item 55
Creating Section 9.13(1)(b)5. of the Madison General Ordinances to define and prohibit the practice of Extended Delivery, where food and beverage are sold to more than 5 customers via delivery occurring on public streets and sidewalks, and amending Sec. 9.13(1) to make housekeeping changes.
Sponsors: Michael E. Verveer
Recent Legislative History 
9/25/19 VENDING OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 

INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE

ORDINANCES

Agenda Item 60
Amending Sections 7.07(8)(g), (10), 7.08(7)(b), 7.15(6)(e)1., 7.50(1), (4), (6), (7), (9), 7.51(3), 7.52(4), and 7.53(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase various fee schedules.
Sponsors: Lindsay Lemmer
Legislative History
9/24/19 Attorney's Office/Approval Group    Referred for Introduction Board of Health for Madison and Dane County
Fiscal Note
The proposed ordinance change increases various fees for licensed establishments. The City is experiencing rapid growth in licensed establishments and is adding new licenses each year requiring Public Health to increase staff to administer the program. The Public Health 2020 Operating Budget request includes an additional 1.0 FTE Sanitarian position and an additional 1.0 FTE Supervisor within the Licensed Establishments service to bring staffing ratios in alignment with FDA guidance. The proposed fee increases will cover the additional personnel expense. The average change in the fees is 17% and increases revenue by approximately $330,000. 

Agenda Item 61
Creating Section 12.753 of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) on City sidewalks and creating a forfeiture.
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway
Legislative History
9/25/19 Attorney's Office/Approval Group    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Policy & Planning Board
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  Personal delivery devices (PDDs), sometimes referred to as "delivery robots," are electronic devices that operate on sidewalks and crosswalks to transport or deliver property or food.  Wis. Stat. § 346.807 generally prohibits PDDs from operating on roadways, but allows PDDs on sidewalks and crosswalks unless a municipality has an ordinance prohibiting them.  Wis. Stat. § 349.236 (1) (b) authorizes municipalities to prohibit the operation of PDDs on sidewalks under its jurisdiction.  This ordinance prohibits the operation of PDDs from all sidewalks within the City's jurisdiction.
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 72
A resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the University of Wisconsin -Madison to allow the UW Police Department to write certain citations as City of Madison ordinance violations to be processed in Madison Municipal Court.
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway and Michael E. Verveer
Legislative History
9/24/19 Mayor's Office    Referred for Introduction Finance Committee

Agenda Item 76
To approve the schedule of Special Charges for the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse for 2018/19 Maintenance Charges.
Sponsors: Michael E. Verveer and Satya V. Rhodes-Conway
Legislative History
9/24/19 Parks Division    Referred for Introduction
Downtown Coordinating Committee (10/17/19), Common Council (11/5/19)
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution will adopt the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse 2018/2019 schedule of special charges for maintenance service. The City and property owners share the cost of the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse Maintenance service. Total expenditures for the 2018/2019 service period were $1,398,252. The City portion for these services is $861,979. The remaining $536,273 for the 2018/19 service period is chargeable to the property owners. This is an increase of $77,800 or 17% over the prior year. Payments are budgeted for in the 2019 Parks Division Adopted Operating Budget.
 
Agenda Item 77
Awarding up to $3.225 million from the Affordable Housing Fund and $900,000 in Federal HOME funds to support three affordable housing development projects, selected through a City Request for Proposals (RFP) process, that will construct approximately 200 units of affordable rental housing in Madison, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute loan agreements with the developers of those projects.
Sponsors: Christian A. Albouras, Samba Baldeh and Zachary Henak
Legislative History
9/25/19 Community Development    Referred for Introduction Division
Finance Committee (10/21/19), CDBG Committee (10/3/19)
Note: This item includes funding for these projects:
  • 1212 Huxley Street Apartments (111 total units/94 affordable) - $1,700,000 from AHF;
  • Elderberry Place Apartments (87 total units/73 affordable) - $1,400,000 from AHF; 
  • Red Caboose Apartments (38 total units/32 affordable) - $125,000 from AHF and $900,000 from HOME;
and does not include awarding affordable housing funds for The Salvation Army redevelopment proposal for 630 E. Washington. One clause in the resolution reads:
 
"WHEREAS, due to the complex nature of TSA's proposed campus redevelopment, of which the Mifflin Street Apartments is but one component, the CDD staff team determined that the potential commitment of AHF to the housing proposal would best be considered under a separate resolution; and,"
 
Agenda Item 78
Accepting the recommendations of the Community Development Division (CDD) Community Services Committee regarding the allocation of City funds, beginning in 2020, for non-neighborhood center-based School-Age Child and Youth Development programs.
Legislative History
9/25/19 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (10/21/19)
 
Agenda Item 79
Accepting the recommendations of the Community Development Division (CDD) Conference Committee regarding the allocation of City funds, beginning in 2020, for neighborhood center "Center Support" payments and for payments to neighborhood centers that support School-Age Child and Youth Development programs.
Legislative History
9/25/19 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (10/21/19)
 
Agenda Item 80
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign a contract amendment with Tenant Resource Center to use an additional $40,000 in state EHH funds
Legislative History
9/25/19 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (10/21/19), CDBG Committee (10/3/2019)

LICENSES

Agenda Item 82
Public Hearing - New License
BK Madison Investments LLC • dba Luchador Tequila & Taco Bar 558 State St • Agent: Brano Kruger • Estimated Capacity: 150 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Heck) • Police Sector 403
Legislative History
9/18/19 Clerk's Office    Referred for Introduction
Alcohol License Review Committee Public Hearing
Note: See the public meeting for this item in my District 2 updates above.
 
OPERATING BUDGET

Agenda Item 85
2020 Executive Operating Budget
Legislative History
9/13/19 Clerk's Office    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (Public Hearings 10/7/19, 10/10/19, 10/21/19); Common Council (Public Hearings 10/15/19, 11/5/19, 11/12/19, 11/13/19, 11/14/19)
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Board of Public Works: Agenda
4:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019
Rm 108 City-County Building
 

ITEMS REFERRED BY THE COMMON COUNCIL

REPORT BY CITY ENGINEERING

RECOMMEND TO ADOPT

Agenda Item 6
Amending the 2019 Adopted Operating Budget to appropriate $39,000 of federal funding in the Streets Division and Approving the City's acceptance of the US Environmental Protection Agency's "Supporting Local Infrastructure for Anaerobic Digestion" grant to study feasibility of developing a regional anaerobic digester; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute any documents accepting the grant award. (16th AD)
Lead agency is the Finance Committee with additional referral of the Board of Public Works.
 

MISCELLANEOUS

Agenda Item 20
Small Cell Design Guideline Discussion.
UP FOR DISCUSSION
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Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (MPO): Agenda
6:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019
Madison Water Utility, 119 E. Olin Avenue, Conference Rooms A-B
 
Agenda Item 5
Resolution TPB No. 158 Adopting the 2020-2024 Transportation Improvement Program for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County
Addition/Change Sheet, dated 9/25/19
 
Agenda Item 6
Approval to Release for Public Review and Comment Proposed Major Amendment to 2020-2024 TIP to Modify Scope and Cost of Beltline (Whitney Way to I-39/90) Project to Add ITS and Other Improvements to Implement Dynamic Part-Time Hard Shoulder Use
 
Agenda Item 7
Presentation on Madison East-West Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Planning Study (Dave Trowbridge, City of Madison Transportation)
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Board of Park Commissioners: Agenda
6:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019
Warner Park Community Recreation Center 1625 Northport Dr.
 

10 NEW BUSINESS

Agenda Item 13
Statement of Policies and Guidelines for a Maintenance Plan for Burial Mounds in Madison Parks
RECOMMEND APPROVAL
 
Agenda Item 16
SUBSTITUTE - Accepting the final report and recommendations from the Urban Forestry Task Force
DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION
 
Agenda Item 17
Statement of Policies and Guidelines for On-Leash Dog Access to the Madison Park System
RECOMMEND APPROVAL
 
Agenda Item 19
2020 Proposed Parks Division Fees - Shelters
RECOMMEND APPROVAL
 
Agenda Item 20
2020 Proposed Greens Fees
RECOMMEND APPROVAL
 
Agenda Item 21
2020 Capital Budget Update
INFORMATIONAL
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Task Force on Structure of City Government: Agenda
7:00pm, Wednesday, Oct. 2, 2019
Rm 206 Madison Municipal Building

Agenda Item 5
DECISIONS REGARDING WHETHER TO REORGANIZE THE CITY'S BOARDS, COMMISSIONS AND COMMITTEES STRUCTURE AROUND "LEAD COMMITTEES", REQUIRE ALDERS TO ONLY SERVE ON THOSE LEAD COMMITTEES, AND HAVE RESIDENT COMMITTEES ORGANIZED TO REPORT TO THE LEAD COMMITTEES
 
Agenda Item 6
DECISIONS REGARDING RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCLUDE IN FINAL REPORT TO THE COMMON COUNCIL ON ISSUES PERTAINING TO THE COMMON COUNCIL, INCLUDING:
A. The Powers and Duties of the Common Council.
B. The Powers of Council Members to chair meetings of the Common Council, Finance Committee and other BCCs.
C. Whether to maintain a part-time Common Council.
D. Whether to maintain the current number of Common Council members.
E. Whether to have District vs. At-Large election of Common Council members.
F. Whether Common Council members should be paid more or have more staff.

NOTE: These were some of the original questions posed by the resolution creating the Task Force. The Common Council Subcommittee Report submitted on March 12, 2019 addressed these and other issues related to the Common Council on which the TFOGS may make recommendations.

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Solid Waste Advisory Committee: Agenda
4:30pm, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
1501 W. Badger Rd
 

NEW BUSINESS

Agenda Item 1
Contamination in Recycling

DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 2
Recycling Education
 
Agenda Item 3
2021 Recyclopedia
 
Agenda Item 4
Source-Separated Organics Program
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Community Development Block Grant Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
Rm 153 Madison Municipal Building
 
PUBLIC HEARING
 
Agenda Item 1
2020-2024 Madison Consolidated Plan
 

PRESENTATIONS

Agenda Item 2
Stonehouse Development, Judge Doyle Square Development
 

ACTION ITEMS

Agenda Item 3
Awarding up to $3.225 million from the Affordable Housing Fund and $900,000 in Federal HOME funds to support three affordable housing development projects, selected through a City Request for Proposals (RFP) process, that will construct approximately 200 units of affordable rental housing in Madison, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute loan agreements with the developers of those projects.
Note: This item is the same as Common Council Agenda Item 77 above (see notes there).
 
Agenda Item 4
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign a contract amendment with Tenant Resource Center to use an additional $40,000 in state EHH funds
 
Agenda Item 5
Accepting the white paper titled "Equitable Development in Madison: An assessment of factors contributing to displacement and gentrification"
 
Agenda Item 6
Approving the Community Development Division's HUD 2020-2024 Consolidated Plan.
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Madison Public Library Board: Agenda
5:00pm, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
Central Library, 201 W. Mifflin St., Room 104
 
Agenda Item 7
DISCUSSION OF USE OF SECURITY CAMERAS IN LIBRARIES
Michael Spelman, Central Supervising Librarian, will be in attendance to discuss the current use of security cameras at the Central Library.
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Public Market Development Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
Conf Rm MMB 207  Madison Municipal Building
 

DISCUSSION ITEMS

Public Market Discussion
- Project Budget Update
- Public Market Foundation Update
- MarketReady Update
- Public Market Design and Approval Process - Public Market Design Update
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Historic Preservation Plan Advisory Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019
Rm 215 Madison Municipal Building
 
Agenda Item 1
Draft Historic Preservation Plan
-Staff and Consultant Response to the Madison Alliance for Historic Preservation's "Observations and suggestions for the Legacy CHPP Draft" (dated 08-19-19) -Compilation of Committee Comments on Draft Historic Preservation Plan
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