City of
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District 2

Alder Patrick W. Heck

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Alder Patrick W. Heck

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Home Address:

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

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Common Council Office:
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Room 417
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
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Alder Heck’s Updates

Updates & Week of June 8 Meetings of Interest for District 2

June 7, 2020 5:02 PM

District 2 Updates and Meetings of Interest

City meetings remain online only with details on agendas listed in Meetings of Interest below; all have virtual public participation options.

Stay in touch with your neighbors through either Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc. or Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association.

Stay healthy, stay home, stay in touch, and please practice physical distancing whenever outside your home. Using a face mask is advised in indoor shared spaces, as in outdoor spaces without at least 6 feet between you and those not in your household or closed circle.
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There are four sections to this week's update:
  1. The Protests and Resources
  2. COVID-19 Updates
  3. Other District 2 Updates
  4. City Meetings of Interest to District 2

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Black Lives Matter
 
1. THE PROTESTS AND RESOURCES
 
As everyone in Madison realizes, the protests over the past week were beyond challenging. In saying "everyone", I include protesters; folks who simply watched; brown, black, and white folks; those whose homes or businesses were damaged and even destroyed; businesses and organizations across the city, and law enforcement officers - the entire community. Almost no one was untouched and that was exactly the point. 
 
The protests arose partially from national dynamics related to racism in general and to the murder of George Floyd and the many other African-American deaths at the hand of law enforcement, but also from local dynamics that include MPD Officer Matt Kenny's killing of Tony Robinson. Fortunately, one result of the protests appears to be a new movement led mostly by youth, primarily black and brown, that is committed to inclusivity, intersectionality, and attacking from all angles our system that is built upon white privilege and institutionalized racism. This is now a movement, not just a group that will fade away.
 
I hope that no more property damage occurs, but I can't pretend to know where we are going or what needs to be addressed first, other than community oversight of law enforcement. All of Madison needs to recognize that we should listen to this movement and to brown and black people in general. As we move forward, we need to be willing to be led by them and to work alongside each other to affect real change. We all will be challenged, including me, and it will be a never-ending struggle, but I have hope real progress is within reach.
 
Links to a few resources, articles, and statements:
 
 
 
 
From Chief Wahl's Blog: "Eight can't wait"
 
 
From the MPD Policy & Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee. Their Final Report
 
See the meeting agendas below in "City Meetings of Interest" for the Police and Fire Commission, Finance Committee, Public Safety Review Committee, and likely Common Council Executive Committee, all which have agenda items related to the protests, police polices, etc.
 
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COVID-19
 
2. COVID-19 UPDATES
 
Where to Get COVID-19 Information
 
- For information on Madison's responses visit the City's Coronavirus Website. There you will find links to City Service Updates, Resources for Businesses, and much more.
 
- Another key site is Public Health Madison and Dane County and their Data Dashboard.
 
- Español: COVID-19 and Hmoob: COVID-19.
 
- Public Health also is publishing COVID-19 updates. See the latest issue here. Subscribe to the City's COVID-19 email updates and/or text alerts here.
 
- Public Health's recommendations and guidance for ways to stay safe and healthy. Their FAQ page has additional information for common questions and ways to help.

Other COVID-19 Resources and Info
 

From Public Health Madison & Dane County: Dane County COVID-19 Data Snapshot

The Governor's Office compilation of all COVID-19 resources and information from state agencies, including the State Dept. Public Health.
 
Food Resources: 
Immigration Resources:
  • Dane County Immigration Affairs Specialist: Fabiola Hamdan, hamdan@countyofdane.com, 608-242-6260
  • Latino Consortium for Action (LCA) Emergency Relief Fund for COVID-19
Resources for Renters/Housing and more:
Legal Help from Madison College:
COVID-19 has increased the number of legal issues people face and the number of people who lack the resources to get legal help. The Legal Clinic at Madison College is available to help. Lawyers and clinical law students are holding virtual appointments and meeting with clients remotely.
 
Info on Madison Public Library's Curbside Service and Library@Home here.
 

From the City's Economic Development Division: Business & Non-profit Information Covid-19.

From Public Health Madison & Dane County: Public Health Tips for Properly Re-Opening Your Business.

All City of Madison news releases are here.
 
Information about Downtown Madison's businesses during the pandemic can be found here. Note that during recovery from recent damage and looting, information about particular businesses is likely outdated.
 
 
TLNA list of some area restaurants and retailers that need your business and support.
 
Information on UW-Madison's response to the pandemic at this site.
 
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3. OTHER DISTRICT 2 UPDATES
 
Beach
 
Beach Water Quality and Beach Statuses
 
According to Public Health Madison & Dane County, water quality monitoring at beaches is updated as beaches open. Observe water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algal blooms. Per Forward Dane, a group gathering cannot be larger than 50 people (with distancing). Information on water quality and status of each beach is here.
 
Parking Restrictions Update: Street Sweeping Parking Restrictions Temporarily Lifted Again
 

The Parking Division has extended the suspension of Resident Permit-Only and 1-hour & 2-hour posted restrictions in non-metered areas, and will again include the suspension of Street Sweeping and Clean Streets Clean Lakes restrictions in this extension. The following non-metered parking restrictions will remain temporarily suspended City-wide through Sunday, June 21, and will not be enforced:

Residential Permit Only areas
  • 1-hour and 2-hour time-limits in non-metered areas
  • Street sweeping and Clean Streets-Clean Lakes program restrictions
A reminder that all other parking restrictions must still be followed. More details here.
 
400 E Wash
 

June 9 Steering Committee Meeting for 400 Block E. Washington Proposal

The James Madison Park neighborhood steering committee that is reviewing the LZ Ventures redevelopment proposal for the north side of 400 block of E. Washington Ave. will hold another virtual meeting on June 9 at 7pm. If you'd like to participate and/or stay informed contact Eli at president@capitolneighborhoods.org. From what I understand, the June 9 meeting focus will again focus on forming the committee's input to the City and developing a letter and/or report for city staff, the Urban Design Commission, and Plan Commission.
 
The proposal is for a 10-story apartment building along E. Washington with some commercial space on the ground floor. The building would step down to 6 stories in the rear with rooftop amenities atop the 6th floor. Materials from the May 27 UDC meeting can be found here, while the developer's land use application can be found here.
 
The UDC will be considering the proposal again, perhaps at their July 1 meeting. At their May 27 meeting, commissioners indicated that they want to see more studies of the proposed building's shadows that would be cast on adjacent and nearby properties. Another UDC concern was the lack of a neighborhood steering committee report that is apparently forthcoming.
 
Bicycle and Pedestrian Improvements Coming
 
The City's Pedestrian Bicycle Enhancement Program focuses on small projects that improve the safety of walking and biking throughout the City. Projects are also intended to encourage walking and biking as a sustainable transportation option and make accessing transit stops safer and easier. Safety concerns and other project ideas are submitted to Traffic Engineering throughout the year and each requested improvement is evaluated by the staff team for the best solution and is then ranked using the criteria below. In District 2, these projects have been approved for 2020 as part of this program:
 
Green bike turn boxes and some green lane markings:
  • E. Johnson at N. Pinckney
  • E. Johnson at N. Hancock
  • E. Johnson at N. Blair
  • E. Washington at N. Webster
Rapid Flash Beacon Pedestrian Crossing:
  • E. Washington at Butler
Next year will see a very tough city budget due primarily to COVID-19, but I hope that at least some additional improvements can be made in District 2 and in portions of the city that have not seen as many improvements as we have. The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association has created a long list of traffic calming priorities, some of which could fall into this program and some that would not, so there are already improvement ideas.
 

Mulch Available at 121 E. Olin Ave

City of Madison residents can once again obtain small amounts of free mulch the Streets Division facility located at 121 E. Olin Ave. Residents will have the opportunity to get mulch at this location from 7:30am to 2:30pm Monday to Friday. The parks locations previously used for mulch distribution will not be restocked. More details and rules for obtaining mulch are here.

Annual Property Assessments to be Mailed June 19

City of Madison Assessor Michelle Drea announced this week that assessment notices, delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be mailed June 19. As the City follows State law (Per Wis. Stat. § 70.45) a period for "examination of the assessment roll" -what is referred to as "open book" - is provided. This period of time is an opportunity to discuss property value and provide reason for changing value, if appropriate.  The open book period will begin June 22 and close July 3 at 4:30 p.m.

COVID Impact on Open Book
Aside from an initial two hour period at the beginning of this period, open book contact will be telephonic or virtual. In compliance with directives from Public Health, our office remains closed to the public for everyone's safety. Property owners must initiate contact with the appraiser for their property in one of two ways:
Support staff fielding the initial contact will direct you to the appropriate appraiser and provide helpful information about our process and resources available. The appraiser will then contact you based on the initial information provided. Resources and procedures will be listed on the assessor's website.
 
1000 Block of E. Mifflin Traffic To Be Impacted on June 8
 
CG Schmidt, the contractor building the Madison Youth Arts Center in the 1000 block of E. Mifflin, across from Lapham School, will be doing a day long concrete pour on June 8th from approximately 7am - 4pm. They will ensure trucks are staged to minimize lengthy traffic impacts. 
 
Engineering
 

City Offers Reimbursement for Green Infrastructure on Private Property

The City's Engineering Division is offering a new reimbursement program for residents involved in the watershed area for its upcoming green infrastructure pilot project in the Westmorland neighborhood. If residents within the pilot area install green infrastructure on their private property within the requirements, the City could pay them 80 percent of expenses up to $1,000. More details here.

Let's hope that this pilot project is a success and that the strategy can be employed in District 2 and elsewhere in the city.

Public Health Madison & Dane County's WIC Program Remains Open
 

The Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC) remains open to serve current and new families who enroll in the program.  A federal waiver has allowed WIC services to be provided over the phone until at least June 30, 2020. More details here.

Parks

MOVE IT MADISON 
Move It Madison June continues with an A to Z scavenger hunt and activities to complete anytime during the month. Get the details and the menu online. LEARN MORE

WHAT'S OPEN? WHAT'S CLOSED?
As we navigate this new landscape due to COVID-19, our list of open amenities continues to be updated. Recent openings, with adjustments and precautions, include tennis and pickleball courts, disc golf courses and the skatepark. The Parks Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates page strives to keep you updated with the latest. LEARN MORE

BIRD & NATURE FESTIVAL UPDATE
Sadly, like so many other fun Madison events, the 2020 Bird & Nature Festival, scheduled for Sunday, June 28 has been canceled. Our Friends of Urban Nature and Madison Parks continue to encourage you to seek the outdoors with suggested self-guided nature walks. LEARN MORE

FOLLOW US
Facebook @cityofmadisonparks
Instagram @madisonparkswi
Twitter @madisoparkswi

Hub II

Hub II Proposal Returning to Urban Design Commission
 
Last month, the proposal by Core Spaces for an apartment building at 126 Langdon St. with 107 units, 373 beds, and 20 parking stalls was referred back to the Urban Design Commission by Plan Commission. Indications are that UDC could again consider the proposal at their July 1 meeting when they will primarily be discussing the massing and design of the front section of the building and circulation matters (delivery vehicles, pedestrians, scooters, bicycles, etc.). The proposal plans, the neighborhood steering committee report, and materials submitted to the Plan Commission are housed here.
 
Contact Steering Committee chair Bob Klebba (bob.klebba@gmail.com) if you would like to participate in any further neighborhood steering committee discussions. You can also email me with your comments.
 
Census 2020
 
Complete the 2020 Census ASAP!
 

Census data determines how more than $675 billion in federal funds are distributed to communities across the country for healthcare, affordable housing, childcare, education, transportation, and more. That's over $2,000 per person for Madison and Dane County every year. In fact, public health experts, government officials, and first responders all rely on population data to make critical decisions in crises like the one we are currently experiencing.

Madison residents can fill out the census over the phone, by mail or online at my2020census.gov.

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4. CITY MEETINGS OF INTEREST TO DISTRICT 2
 
Below are some pertinent agenda items from the two city committees that are meeting this week. If you click on a meeting agenda below, then click on an agenda item of interest, you will see all documents that have been submitted on that item.
 
The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in via teleconferencing or email (details included on agendas). Committees also have an opportunity at the beginning of each agenda for Public Comment on items not on the agenda. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern.
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Plan Commission: Agenda
5:30pm, Monday, June 8, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 

The City of Madison is holding this Plan Commission meeting virtually to help protect our community from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.

PUBLIC HEARING-5:45 p.m.

Agenda Item 8
825 E Washington Avenue; Urban Design Dist. 8; 6th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish commercial buildings at 825 E Washington Avenue and 824 E Main Street; consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Employment (TE) District for a hotel; consideration of a conditional use in the TE District to allow construction of a building exceeding five stories and 68 feet in height; consideration of a conditional use in the TE District for restaurant-taverns; consideration of a conditional use for a parking reduction of more than 20 automobile spaces and 25 percent or more of the required parking, and; consideration of a conditional use in the TE District for outdoor eating areas for the restaurant-taverns, all to allow construction of an eight-story, 151-room hotel with two restaurant-taverns with outdoor eating areas.
Note: This item is for the proposed Moxy Hotel.
 
Note: Item 9 should be referred to July 13, 2020 pending a recommendation by the Urban Design Commission
 
Agenda Item 9
402-414 E Washington Avenue, 8-12 N Franklin Street, and 9 N Hancock Street; Urban Design Dist. 4; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to allow five residential structures and a commercial building to be demolished; consideration of a conditional use in the Urban Mixed-Use (UMX) District for a multi-family dwelling with more than eight (8) dwelling units; consideration of a conditional use in the UMX District for outdoor recreation; and consideration of a conditional use to construct two additional stories in Area H of the "Additional Heights Area Map" in MGO Section 28.071(b), all to allow construction of a ten-story, mixed-use building containing 3,300 square feet of commercial space and 156 apartments.
Note: See my Alder Update above for more information on this item.
 
Zoning Text Amendments
 
Agenda Item 13
Amending portions of Madison General Ordinances 28.061, 28.082, and 28.091 to allow Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plants as a Permitted/Conditional use in all Mixed-Use and Commercial Districts and the Suburban Employment (SE) District, Suburban Employment Center (SEC) District, Employment Campus (EC), and Agricultural District; amending Madison General Ordinance 28.151 to allow Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plants using solar as an energy source as a permitted use in the districts listed above; and amending Madison General Ordinance 28.211 to eliminate the superfluous definition of Electric Power Production from the Zoning Code.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This amendment will allow Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plants as a permitted/conditional use in all mixed-use and commercial districts and the Suburban Employment (SE), Suburban Employment Center (SEC), Employment Campus (EC), and Agricultural District (A).  Under this ordinance, in the Agricultural District any Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plant using solar as an energy source will be a permitted use.  As such, this will expand the areas in the City were such a use is allowed and, in at least one district, make solar energy plants a permitted use.
 
- Upcoming Matters - June 29, 2020
- (Tentative) Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan
- Comprehensive Plan Progress Update
 
- Upcoming Matters - July 13, 2020
- 1020 Sherman Avenue - Conditional Use - Construct accessory building on a lakefront parcel
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Police and Fire Commission: Agenda
5:30pm, Monday, June 8, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
The meeting will be conducted virtually through Zoom.
 
Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.
 
PUBLIC COMMENT
We invite oral comment not exceeding three (3) minutes in duration regarding any matter within the statutory authority of the Board of Police and Fire Commissioners. Attendees who wish to offer comment during the public comment period should register with the Board's legal counsel prior to the commencement of the meeting by contacting Attorney Jenna Rousseau at 844.833.0828 or jrousseau@strangpatteson.com.
 
FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 2
Report on Recent Protests, Responses, and Impact on the Fire Department
 
Agenda Item 3
Update on COVID-19 Response and Impact on the Fire Department
 
POLICE DEPARTMENT DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 8
Report on Recent Protests, Responses, and Impact on the Police Department
 
Agenda Item 9
Update on COVID-19 Response and Impact on the Police Department
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Complete Count Committee: Agenda
3:00pm, Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
The City of Madison is holding the Complete Count Committee meeting virtually to help protect our community from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 
Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.
 
Agenda Item 1
STAFF UPDATE ON CITY 2020 CENSUS ACTIVITIES
a. Response rate and census timeline update
b. UW census publicity
c. Fraternity/sorority outreach
d. NLC grant - social media advertising
e. Communication to Neighborhood Resource Teams (NRTs)
f. Potential alder postcards to NRT areas
g. Community partners
h. Apartment outreach
i. Press releases
j. Handouts at willing food pantries, MMSD meal distribution
k. CDD coordination on counting persons experiencing homelessness
 
Agenda Item 2
COMPLETE COUNT COMMITTEE CENSUS OUTREACH DISCUSSION
a. Additional outreach to African American community
b. Use of funds raised for census outreach
c. Discussion/brainstorm additional outreach activities
 
Agenda Item 3
DISCUSS CONTINUATION OF COMPLETE COUNT COMMITTEE, SCHEDULE NEXT MEETING
RES-19-00160 (File #54496) established the CCC, with a dissolution date of 7/31/20 (when the 2020 Census was originally scheduled to end). The dissolution date can be extended by the City Council.
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Finance Committee: Agenda
4:30pm, Tuesday, June 9, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
The City of Madison is holding the Finance Committee meeting virtually to help protect our community from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 
Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.
 
ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED
 
Agenda Item 1
Submitting the appointment of Michael R. Haas for confirmation of a five-year term as the City Attorney.
 
Agenda Item 2
Amending portions of Madison General Ordinances 28.061, 28.082, and 28.091 to allow Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plants as a Permitted/Conditional use in all Mixed-Use and Commercial Districts and the Suburban Employment (SE) District, Suburban Employment Center (SEC) District, Employment Campus (EC), and Agricultural District; amending Madison General Ordinance 28.151 to allow Electric Power Production and/or heating and cooling plants using solar as an energy source as a permitted use in the districts listed above; and amending Madison General Ordinance 28.211 to eliminate the superfluous definition of Electric Power Production from the Zoning Code.
Note: See Plan Commission Agenda Item 13
 
Agenda Item 7
Authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the University of Wisconsin - Madison for the continuation of provision of access by its employees to Metro Transit fixed route and ADA paratransit services, with reimbursement to the transit utility for rides by UW and UW Hospital employees and members of affiliate groups as designated by UW Transportation Services for academic years 2020 - 2021, 2021 - 2022, and 2022 - 2023 with two one-year automatic renewals, if not terminated, for academic years 2023 - 2024 and 2024 - 2025.

Agenda Item 11
Authorizing the City of Madison, on behalf of the Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC), to accept an aggregate EHH grant award of up to $690,000 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with specific Dane County CoC agencies to provide services using the EHH funds; and amending the Community Development Division's 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to reflect receipt of these funds.
 
Agenda Item 12
Amending the Police Department's 2020 Capital Budget to transfer up to $125,000 in general obligation borrowing authority from the Midtown District Station Project to capital projects authorizing the purchase and installation of a generator at the East District Station and to expand the capacity of an existing capital project, the Police Intervention Equipment project.
Note: From what I understand, the Police Intervention Equipment project mentioned above are "less lethal" equipment that reduces the chances of a suspect's injury and death. In light of the protests of the past week, there will be no doubt be upcoming discussions about the appropriateness of this equipment.
 
Agenda Item 13
SUBSTITUTE-Authorizing the City to accept an award of $107,086 from HUD's 2019 Continuum of Care (CoC) Program competition; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into agreements necessary to accept the funds.
 
Agenda Item 15
Approving the 2020 Neighborhood Grant Program recommendations made by the Staff Review Team
Note: No District 2 applications were received by the Staff Review Team, so I hope CNI, TLNA, and other groups will give it a go next year. I'll be sure to publicize the application and deadlines when available.
 
Agenda Item 16
ALTERNATE - Creating the MPD Civilian Oversight Board.
 
Agenda Item 17
Creating Section 3.03(4) of the Madison General Ordinances entitled Police Auditor.
 
Agenda Item 18
Amending the 2020 Mayor's Office and Direct Appropriations Operating Budgets and creating of the position of Independent Police Auditor, in the Mayor's Office as a 1.0 FTE in CG21, Range 18, in response to the recommendations of the Madison Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee.
 
Agenda Item 19
Emergency Orders Update: Status of Approved Budget Amendments
 
Agenda Item 20
Economic Update
 
Agenda Item 21
Update on 2020 & 2021 Budget
 
Agenda Item 22
Update on COVID Funding & Recovery Team
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Public Safety Review Committee: Agenda
5:00pm, Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
The City of Madison is holding the Public Safety Review Committee meeting virtually to help protect our community from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 
Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.
 
SPECIAL ITEMS OF BUSINESS
 
1. Comments by committee members and a moment of silence for George Floyd and other African Americans across the United States of America murdered without consequence.
2. Unrest in Madison: The latest coverage of the protests
a) Update from Acting Police Chief Wahl and Fire Chief Davis
b) Answers to questions raised from Alder Kemble and others in their letter to the chief.
c) Consideration of demands of the protestors, what can we impact? -#DefundPolice. We demand Mayor Satya Conway Rhodes defund the Madison Police Department (MPD). Instead, invest in life-affirming infrastructure for Black people. Fund pro-Black and anti-oppression community-led projects and services. -#FreeEmAll. We Demand Sheriff David Mahoney free all incarcerated people and stop all projects to rebuild or renew the jail. We demand DA Ishmael Ozanne drop all charges against people, including protesters and freedomfighters. We Demand Department of Corrections (DOC) Regional Chief Troy Enger suspend all probation holds. -#CommunityControl. We demand the PFC, the Police Chief, Mayor and all other aspects of the State to immediately seize and abolish police force powers and acknowledge safety structures that are pro-Black, pro-woman and girls, pro-youth, pro-LGBTQI, pro-disabled, pro-immigrant, and refugee community--anti-oppression. Give Black people decision making power.
d) Review of Demonstrations and Assemblies, SET Team policies, use of non-deadly force policies and others
 
Agenda Item 1
Review of Madison Police Department Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) related to police response to protests
 
NEW BUSINESS/ACTION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 2
ALTERNATE - Creating the MPD Civilian Oversight Board.
Note: See Finance Committee Agenda Item 16
 
Agenda Item 3
Creating Section 3.03(4) of the Madison General Ordinances entitled Police Auditor.

Agenda Item 4
Amending the 2020 Mayor's Office and Direct Appropriations Operating Budgets and creating of the position of Independent Police Auditor, in the Mayor's Office as a 1.0 FTE in CG21, Range 18, in response to the recommendations of the Madison Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee.
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS/ACTION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 5
Creating Section 23.63 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish Surveillance Technology guidelines for Departments.
 
Agenda Item 6
Volunteer/selection of person so serve on the body worn camera committee 
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 7
Discussion on agenda item priorities and referrals 
 
REPORTS
 
Agenda Item 8
Police Report
 
Agenda Item 9
Fire Report
 
Agenda Item 10
Mayor's Office Report
 
Agenda Item 11
Alder Report
 
Agenda Item 20
Economic Update
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Board of Parks Commissioners: Agenda
6:30pm, Wednesday, June 10, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
The City of Madison is holding the Board of Park Commissioners meeting virtually to help protect our community from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
 
Note: Virtual attendance instructions in the agenda linked above.
 
OLD BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 11
Adopting the Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION
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President's Work Group To Review Council Communication Tools and Processes: Agenda
4:30pm, Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Virtual Meeting
 
This agenda was unavailable at time of posting this update, but should be available at the Agenda link above.
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Common Council Executive Committee: Agenda
6:30pm, Thursday, June 11, 2020
Virtual Meeting

This agenda was unavailable at time of posting this update, but should be available at the Agenda link above.
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