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 Oct. 14 Meetings of Interest for District 2

October 12, 2019 2:08 PM

District 2 Updates & Meetings of Interest

October 16 Community Meeting at The Beacon

The Beacon is hosting its second community meeting of the year on Wednesday, October 16th, from 6:00 – 7:00 pm at The Beacon, 615 E. Washington Ave. Beacon staff will lead the meeting, presenting a summary of their operations and services in support of the day resource center for those experiencing homelessness, as well as taking input from attendees. All are invited.

N. Henry Street to Close on Oct. 19 for Evans Scholarship House Event

The UW Evans Scholarship House at 141 Langdon St. is hosting an open house and dedication ceremony for their new building on Saturday, Oct. 19. The 500 block of N. Henry Street (between E. Gilman and Langdon Streets) is expected to be closed from 7am until 3pm for the event. For information contact shell@wgaesf.org.

Update on Lyric II and Madison Youth Arts Center Construction

Stone House Development has completed pile driving for their construction site along E. Washington. They are building a tower very similar to the Lyric on the same block with 3 stories of commercial with apartments above and a parking ramp behind. The Madison Youth Arts Center that will be on E. Mifflin and behind the new parking ramp, should complete their pile driving by about Sept. 16, assuming the weather cooperates.

Update on Salvation Army Redevelopment Proposal
 
At their Oct. 10 meeting, The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association Council voted not to support or oppose the Salvation Army's redevelopment proposal for the 600 block of E. Washington/E. Mifflin. They did draft a set of suggested conditions of approval should the proposal move forward and will be sending that list, along with the TLNA Steering Committee report, to the City. Visit the TLNA Development website for information. So far, these city committees are scheduled to consider the redevelopment:
 
  • Urban Design Commission - Oct. 16 (see UDC agenda below)
  • Plan Commission - Oct. 28
Later in November/December, Common Council and committees are expected to consider the requested $1 million award from the City's Affordable Housing Fund that would support the affordable housing component of the proposal. The Dane County Board of Supervisors is also expected to consider funding for the affordable housing component through their budgeting process. 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.
 
Oct. 21 Neighborhood Meeting on Langdon Street Development Proposal
 
As District 2 Alder, I am hosting a neighborhood meeting to discuss a development proposal on Langdon Street. All are invited to attend, including nearby District 8 neighbors. Core Spaces (formerly Core Campus) is proposing an apartment building on the site of the recently demolished "The Langdon" apartments at 126 Langdon St. The proposed building will have 5 stories along Langdon with 7 stories behind. The Langdon Street section would extend into the former parking lot that was between The Langdon and Alpha Chi Omega while the taller rear section would be approximately in the footprint of the demolished building. Plans are for about 124 apartments with 300+ beds and 5th floor rooftop amenities, including a swimming pool. There would be parking for 20 cars underneath. Meeting details:
 
Monday, Oct. 21, 7:00-8:30pm
The Pyle Center
702 Langdon Street
 
Streets

Final Round of Brush Collection Begins Monday, October 14

The Streets Division will begin the final guaranteed round of brush collection of the year on Monday, October 14, 2019. Residents who wish to utilize the curbside brush collection service this year should have their brush to the curb prior to Oct. 14. Placing brush to the curb after October 14 risks it not being collected until regular brush collection operations begin again in the spring of 2020.

Brush Collection Guidelines
When placing brush out for collection, be sure to have the cut ends all facing the same direction and piles should be four feet away from obstructions like fire hydrants and street signs. Brush piles should be kept separate from yard waste piles. Brush collection and yard waste collection are different operations. Piles of brush and yard waste mixed together will not be picked up.
 
Pickup Schedule Map and Drop-off Sites
Residents who wish to minimize the length of time it sits at the curb should use the Pickup Schedule map on the Streets Division's brush website. Madison residents and taxpayers can also bring one load of a brush a day to either Streets Division drop-off site.

Community Meeting on F-35s at Truax Air National Guard Base
 

From our WI State Representative Chris Taylor (Madison Aldermanic District 2 is entirely within Wisconsin Assembly District 76):

On Thursday, October 17th, join us at the Goodman Community Center Brassworks Building from 6:30 to 8 PM to voice your concerns about the proposal to base new F-35 fighter jets at the Truax Air National Guard base at the Dane County Regional Airport. We will have fact sheets and information about this proposal available, as well as comment cards for people to send their comments to the Air Force. 

When: Thursday, October 17th, 6:30-8 PM
Where: Goodman Community Center, Brassworks Building, 
Large Community Room, 214 Waubesa St, Madison
Co-Hosted by:  
State Rep. Chris Taylor 
Madison Common Council Alder Marsha Rummel
Community Advocate and Activist Brandi Grayson
 
Online comments can be submitted here. Comments can also be directed to Ramon Ortiz by email, by mail at NGB/A4AM, 3501 Fetchet Avenue, Joint Base Andrews, MD  20762-5157 or by phone at 240-612-7042.
 
budget
City Budget Update
 
As you've heard, the City is in the midst of budget season. I am attending as many Finance Committee meetings as possible, although I do not sit on that committee, where the Executive Budget (submitted by the Mayor) has been presented and discussed. The Capital Budget Finance Committee hearings are complete, as are Finance Committee amendments to the Capital budget. Finance Committee amendments to the Executive Operating Budget will be considered at their Oct. 21 meeting. Starting on Nov. 12, Common Council will begin its consideration of both budgets, including Finance Committee amendments and any amendments from the floor.
 
The budgeting process and the budget itself are quite complex, but there is a great resource for understanding what types of expenditures and activities are contained in both the Capital and Operating Budgets, as well as how they evolve through the process: https://www.cityofmadison.com/budget. Just to get an idea of proposed expenditures, the 2020 Capital Budget will end up being on the order of $170 million with the 2020 Operating Budget totaling about $635 million.
 
Proposed Wheel Tax
As you've heard, on the revenue side the mayor is proposing a $40 per vehicle wheel tax that is drawing a lot of attention. That proposal may or may not evolve through the budget process. A wheel tax is regressive and is generally not how we should be raising revenue, but if it is not approved there will be an approximately $8 million shortfall in the Operating budget - tough choices would have to be made beyond those that are already forced upon us due to the GOP-controlled state legislature's strangling of municipalities' ability to raise revenue. I'll post more information on the budget and wheel tax proposal as it progresses. I welcome your input.
 
District 8 Alder Vacancy: Application Deadline Noon, Oct. 14
 
UW campus area Alder Avra Reddy notified Council Leadership of her resignation from the Madison Common Council as of Sept. 30, 2019. The Common Council President oversees the application process to fill the vacancy. Applications are reviewed by the Common Council Executive Committee, which makes a recommendation to the Common Council. The Common Council then appoints the District 8 Alder to serve 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!

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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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Community Development Authority: Agenda
12:00pm, Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Rm 206 Madison Municipal Building

COMMUNICATIONS
 
Agenda Item 4
Consideration of language for statement from the CDA regarding F-35 placement at Truax Field
- Discussion and possible action
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Landmarks Commission: Agenda
5:00pm, Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Rm 153 Madison Municipal Building
 
REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS
 
Agenda Item 3
622 1/2 E Gorham St - Exterior Alteration to a Designated Madison Landmark (Bernard Hoover Boathouse) - Replacement of windows; 2nd Ald. Dist.
Note: I agree with city staff's recommendation to approve this COA. From the staff report -
The applicant is requesting a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace 35 nonhistoric windows on the building. The current windows were installed during a 1995 renovation of the building and completed per the COA that the Landmarks Commission issued. Staff has completed extensive research on the evolution of the building and how the window patterns have changed over time. After discussion with the Preservation Planner and Amy Scanlon, and architect with the City, the current proposed muntin profile alters the configuration of some of the existing windows, but does so in a way that appears to be more historically accurate. All of the windows will have a wood interior and aluminum exterior.
 

ADVISORY RECOMMENDATION

Agenda Item 4
216 S Pinckney St (Judge Doyle Square) - Alteration to Planned Development Zoning Adjacent to a Designated Madison Landmark (Madison Municipal Building); 4th Ald. Dist.
 
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Water Quality Technical Advisory Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Water Utility Conference Room B 119 E Olin Avenue
 
Agenda Item 5
PFAS TESTING REVIEW AND RECOMMENDATIONS
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Plan Commission: Agenda
5:30pm, Monday, Oct. 14, 2019
Rm 201 City-County Building
 

Zoning Map Amendments & Related Requests

Note: Item 16 should be referred to October 28, 2019 at the request of the property owners.

Agenda Item 16
Repealing Section 28.022 - 00117 of the Madison General Ordinances adopting the Campus Master Plan for Edgewood College, Edgewood High School and Edgewood Campus School.
 
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Police and Fire Commission: Agenda
5:30pm, Monday, Oct, 14, 2019
Room GR-27 City-County Building
 
POLICE DEPARTMENT
 
Agenda Item 4
Designation of Acting Chief under Board Rule 2(c); introduction of Assistant Chief Vic Wahl (currently serving as Acting Chief of Police under existing department procedures and duty assignments); and discussion of other Assistant Chiefs.

Agenda Item 5
Overview by Human Resources Department regarding resources to assist the Board with recruitment and hiring for the position of Chief of Police
Note: The Police and Fire Commission is the body that conducts the search process for and hiring of a new Chief of Police. Per state statute, the Common Council and the Mayor do not consider this matter. The five PFC members, however, are appointed by the mayor and confirmed by Common Council; current PFC members were appointed by Mayors Rhodes-Conway(1) and Soglin(4).
 

CLOSED SESSION AND REPORT OF COUNSEL

Agenda Item 10
Contemplated closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(c) and Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(g) to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; and to confer with legal counsel for the governmental body who is rendering oral or written advice concerning strategy to be adopted by the body with respect to litigation in which it is or is likely to become involved; specifically: implementation of Board Rule 2(c) which provides that "if a vacancy in the position of Chief occurs, the Board shall promptly designate a Department officer to act as Chief during the pendency of the appointment."
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Common Council Executive Committee: Agenda
4:30pm, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019
Rm 153 Madison Municipal Building
 
DISCUSSION WITH THE MAYOR
 
Agenda Item 5
Discussion with Mayor Rhodes-Conway (10/15/19)
- Federal Opportunity Zones
- City Start Grant

 

REFERRALS FROM THE COMMON COUNCIL

Agenda Item 8
SECOND SUBSTITUTE - Creating a special joint City-County task force on PFAS (per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances) contamination to review, analyze and provide recommendations for a comprehensive response to PFAS contamination in Madison.
 

UPDATES

Agenda Item 9
Update: Permanent Supportive Housing- Capacity Building, Services & New Ideas Meeting - Linette Rhodes, Community Development Division
 
Agenda Item 10
Update: Aldermanic District 8 Vacancy - Council President Shiva Bidar 
 
Agenda Item 11
Update: Task Force on Structure of City Government (10/15/19)
 
Agenda Item 12
Update: President's Work Group on Council Communication Tools & Processes (10/15/19) - Ald. Grant Foster, Chair
 
Agenda Item 13
Update: President's Work Group to Develop City-Wide Surveillance Equipment & Data Management Policies (10/15/19) - Ald. Rebecca Kemble, Chair
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Common Council: Agenda
6:30pm, Tuesday, Oct. 15, 2019
Rm 201 City-County Building
 

HONORING RESOLUTIONS

Agenda Item 1
Recognizing and Honoring 400 years of African American's Heritage and Contributions in the United States of America.
 
Agenda Item 2
Commending and thanking Alderperson Avra Reddy for her dedicated service to her constituents in District 8 and the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 3
Celebrating Lights On Afterschool and MOST Outstanding Youth Workers.
 

RECESSED PUBLIC HEARINGS - BEGIN AT 6:45 PM

REPORT OF PLAN COMMISSION

Agenda Item 5
Repealing Section 28.022 - 00117 of the Madison General Ordinances adopting the Campus Master Plan for Edgewood College, Edgewood High School and Edgewood Campus School.
Recent Legislative History
9/3/2019 COMMON COUNCIL     Re-refer for Recessed Public Hearing to the PLAN COMMISSION
Note: This item is likely to be referred to a future meeting (see Plan Commission Agenda Item 16 above).
 

REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE

Agenda Item 6
2020 Executive Operating Budget
Recent Legislative History:
10/10/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO RE-REFER - PUBLIC HEARING to the COMMON COUNCIL
Agenda Note: Finance Committee is meeting on 10/10/19 and a recommendation will be made from the floor on Legislative File No. 57501.
 
END OF PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
 

PRESENTATION

Agenda Item 9
Presentation: Health of Madison Neighborhoods - A summary of the newest data from the Neighborhood Indicators Project - Planning Division Staff
 
RESOLUTION
 
Agenda Item 10
SUBSTITUTE - Supporting the Wisconsin Public Health Association's Campaign Against Racism and Recognizing Racism as a Public Health Crisis.
 

REPORTS OF OFFICERS

REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 26
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Agreement with Madison Gas & Electric (MGE) for 5 Megawatt Renewable Energy Rider (RER) Project.
Recent Legislative History
9/25/19 SUSTAINABLE MADISON COMMITTEE    Return to Lead with the Recommendation for Approval to the FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 27
Authorizing the City to accept a $20,000 grant from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc (known as the CFE Fund) to create a community-wide financial empowerment strategy; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with the CFE Fund to receive funds and implement the project; and amending the Operating Budget of the Community Development Division as appropriate to receive and expend $20,000 in funds to manage and implement the project.
Recent Legislative History
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 28
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)
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 33
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.
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item includes funding for these projects:
  • Up to $1,400,000 million of Affordable Housing funds to Age Better, Inc. and Gorman & Company, LLC or an affiliate LLC for Elderberry Place Apartments
  • Up to $1,700,000 million of Affordable Housing funds to MSP Real Estate, Inc., or an affiliate LLC for 1212 Huxley Street Apartments
  • Up to $1,025,000 ($125,000 of Affordable Housing funds and $900,000 of HOME funds) to Movin' Out, Inc., or an affiliate LLC for Red Caboose Apartments

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 34
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.
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 35
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.
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 36
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
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 38
Creating Sec. 12.177 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish a City of Madison motor vehicle registration fee.
Recent Legislative History 
10/7/19 FINANCE COMMITTEE   Re-refer to the FINANCE COMMITTEE
Note: This item is the $40 per vehicle wheel tax. It is expected to be re-referred to Finance Committee for their further consideration at their Oct. 21 meeting.
 

REPORT OF TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

Agenda Item 40
Amending Section 12.1335 of the Madison General Ordinances to expand the boundaries of the "Snow Emergency Zone."
Sponsors: Shiva Bidar, Patrick W. Heck, Michael E. Verveer, Grant Foster, Marsha A. Rummel and Tag Evers
Recent Legislative History 
9/25/19 TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
*Note 15 Votes Required
Note: This item expands the Snow Emergency Zone into additional neighborhoods in the city center. Almost all of District 2 is already in SZE. The only D2 addition is Sherman Avenue east of the Yahara River, but street parking is not allowed on Sherman Avenue so there should be little impact. Sherman Terrace Condos will remain outside the SZE. Please contact me if you have any questions.
 

INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE

ORDINANCES

Agenda Item 41
Amending Section 10.28(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to discourage the use of salt for ice removal in very cold temperatures.
Sponsors: Grant Foster
Legislative History
10/1/19 Attorney's Office/Approval Group    Referred for Introduction
Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code, and Licensing Appeals Board
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 46 
Accepting the report from the Madison Police Department Policy & Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee.
Sponsors: Shiva Bidar, Satya V. Rhodes-Conway, Tag Evers, Grant Foster and Keith Furman
Legislative History
10/7/19 Council Office     Referred for Introduction
Common Council Executive Committee, Equal Opportunities Commission, Public Safety Review Committee
 
Agenda Item 48
Approving the 2020 Operating Plan for Madison's Central Business Improvement District (#1)
Sponsors: Michael E. Verveer
Legislative History
10/8/19 Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development    Referred for Introduction
Downtown Coordinating Committee
 
Agenda Item 52
Authorization for a Special Election for 8th Aldermanic District of the Madison Common Council.
Sponsors: Shiva Bidar
Legislative History
10/9/19 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council (11/5/19)
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Board of Public Works: Agenda
4:30m, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Rm 108 City-County Building
 

MISCELLANEOUS

Agenda Item 15
BPW comments on the Air National Guard Environmental Impact Statement for placement of F35 Aircraft at Truax Field 115th Fighter Wing.
UP FOR DISCUSSION
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Urban Design Commission: Agenda
4:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Rm 153 Madison Municipal Building

PUBLIC HEARING ITEM
 
Agenda Item 2
630 E. Washington Avenue - Redevelopment of the Salvation Army Campus to Include Homeless Shelter with Support Services, Apartment Complex and Underground Parking in UDD No. 8. 2nd Ald. Dist
Note: UDC will primarily be considering the exterior design features of the proposal and its compliance with Urban Design District 8 regulations, although they may discuss its interaction with adjacent structures/areas. Those wishing to comment on the item are typically given 3 minutes each and must register to speak in advance of the item being heard.
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Public Safety Review Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Rm 204 Madison Municipal Building
 
NEW BUSINESS/ACTION ITEM
 
Agenda Item 2
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.
 
Agenda Item 3
Discussion on the creation of an African American youth program similar to Amigos en Azul.
 

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Agenda Item 5
MPD Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) Public Notice and Comment Period
 
Agenda Item 6
Discussion on the Common Council Executive Committee Recommendation to the PSRC on Action Item 13
Note: This item is a discussion of an Action Item from the Common Council Executive Committee to undertake a review of the role, membership and charges under ordinance(s) for the PSRC.
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Alcohol License Review Committee: Agenda
5:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Rm 354 City-County Building
 

18+ Center for Visual & Performing Arts License

Agenda Item 10
18+ Center for Visual & Performing Arts License
BK Madison Investments LLC • dba Luchador Tequila & Taco Bar
Capacity: 150
558 State St • Agent: Brano Kruger
Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food
Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Heck) • Police Sector 403
Note: This item is in conjunction with Item 12 below (see notes).
 

New License - Public Hearing

Agenda Item 12
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
Note: This item is in conjunction with Item 10 above. The applicant is applying to open an establishment at the former Roast location with 50% food sales and 50% alcohol sales, thereby qualifying as a restaurant. In this area where alcohol over-consumption has created many problems for businesses, MPD, and the City, over the last several years MPD and the area alders have not supported applications for new taverns and have not supported new restaurants that serve alcohol until bar time. For this reason, I will not be supporting this application if it requests alcohol sales after 10pm Sunday through Thursday and after 11pm Sat/Sun.
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Task Force on Structure of City Government: Agenda
6:30pm, Wednesday, Oct. 16, 2019
Rm 103A City-County Building

Agenda Item 5
MOTION TO RECONSIDER DECISIONS MADE AT THE OCTOBER 2, 2019 TASK FORCE ON GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE MEETING REGARDING RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCLUDE IN THE FINAL REPORT TO THE COMMON COUNCIL ON ISSUES PERTAINING TO THE COMMON COUNCIL INCLUDING:
a. Whether to have full-time or part-time Common Council.
b. Whether to change the size of the Common Council.
c. Whether to retain system of representation by geographic aldermanic districts.
d. Whether Common Council members have have 4-year or 2-year terms.
e. Whether Common Council members should be subject to term limits.
f. Whether to change council leadership positions from 1-year to 2-year terms.
g. When any related structural changes should implemented.
h. How much Common Council members should be paid.
 
Agenda Item 6
DECISIONS REGARDING ANY REMAINING RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCLUDE IN THE FINAL REPORT ON ISSUES PERTAINING TO THE COMMON COUNCIL
 
Agenda Item 7
DECISION ON WHETHER THE MAYOR OR COMMON COUNCIL SHOULD MAKE ALDER APPOINTMENTS TO BCCs
 
Agenda Item 8
DECISIONS REGARDING RECOMMENDATIONS TO INCLUDE IN THE FINAL REPORT PERTAINING TO RESIDENT PARTICIPATION AND ENGAGEMENT
 
Agenda Item 9
DISCUSSION OF TIMELINE AND PROCESS FOR WRITING AND REVIEWING THE FINAL REPORT
 
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Downtown Coordinating Committee: Agenda
5:30pm, Thursday, Oct. 17, 2019
Rm 206 Madison Municipal Building
 
Agenda Item 2
Report of Mall Maintenance and Special Events 2019
 
Agenda Item 3
To approve the schedule of Special Charges for the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse for 2018/19 Maintenance Charges.
 
Agenda Item 4
State Street Report and Updates
Discussion with Downtown Homeless Service Providers
  • Sankofa BCH
  • Friends of the State Street Family
  • Porchlight
  • The Beacon
  • United Way
Agenda Item 5
Approving the 2020 Operating Plan for Madison's Central Business Improvement District (#1)
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