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Alder Patrick Heck

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Alder Patrick Heck

Contact Information

Home Address:

123 N. Blount St #303

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. 14 Meetings of Interest for District 2

September 12, 2020 11:19 AM

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.

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. Details on face mask requirements are below.

There are four sections to this week's update:
  1. Racial Equity & Policing
  2. COVID-19 Resources & Information
  3. Other District 2 Updates
  4. City Meetings of Interest to District 2
Several city meetings listed below include items that are related to racial equity, are being put forward in response to the protests, or are related to law enforcement. See the agenda listings below for:
  • Police and Fire Commission Community Listening Session
  • Police and Fire Commission
  • Common Council Executive Committee
  • Common Council
  • Economic Development Committee
  • Public Safety Review Committee
  • Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee
  • Downtown Coordinating Committee

As mentioned in past updates, the Madison Police and Fire Commission is holding a Virtual Listening Session to gather input on the hiring of a new Chief of Police on Saturday, Sept. 12. Information is listed in City Meetings of Interest below.


COVID Testing Options

TESTING: The Alliant Energy Center testing site will be open until at least Oct. 3. The Public Health WIC Clinic at Village on Park testing site will be open at least through Dec. 30. More testing sites and info here, including free testing for UW students and employees.
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.
From Public Health Madison & Dane County: The latest data snapshot and a blog post with data notes. Our data and metrics page always includes our latest data.
Current Public Health Order FAQ is here

From MMSD: Neighborhood Food Sites 

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

From Community Action Coalition: Dane County Food Pantry Network

From the Downtown Madison Business Improvement District: Updates From Downtown Businesses  

WI Dept. of Health Services Cases by Neighborhood (Census Tract)

The Governor's Office compilation of all COVID-19 resources and information from state agencies, including the State Dept. Public Health.
TLNA list of some area restaurants and retailers
Info on UW-Madison's response to the pandemic at this site.
- Links of the Week -

Learn about the MMSD 2020 School Referenda, on the ballot on Nov. 3

Madison Bike Week, Sept. 12–20: Calendar of events here

City of Madison Announces Contract Expansion for Fall 2020 Youth Employment Opportunities

Madison Maintains Aaa Bond Rating

From the City Clerk's Office: Common Election Misconceptions

Democracy in the Park Event Planned for September 26 & October 3. These events include absentee ballot drop-off sites that will be in Tenney, Reynolds, and James Madison Parks. Note these events are all subject to change, depending on the resolution of Thursday's State Supreme Court decision.

From the Parking Division: Some Parking Restrictions Remain Suspended

Reminder: Compost Bin & Rain Barrel Truckload Sale Oct. 10

Capital and Operating Budget InfoGraphic

2021 Budgeting Process Continues

Common Council's consideration of the 2021 Executive Capital Budget and 5-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) is ongoing. Alders are currently evaluating the Mayor's Capital budget that she submitted on Sept. 1 and the Finance Committee will vote on any offered amendments on Sept. 21. On Nov. 10 and 11, there will be a final consideration of the Capital budget by the full Common Council where amendments from the floor will also be possible.

The Mayor will submit her Executive Operating Budget on Oct. 6 and its evaluation will unfold in a process analogous to the Capital Budget. The Operating Budget will also be finalized on Nov. 10 and 11 at the same meetings as the Capital Budget. Both the Capital and Operating Budgets for each city department throughout the budgeting process can be accessed here.

Capital Budget Items of Interest to District 2
As mentioned above, the Capital Budget is not final, but here are several District 2-focused items that are currently included:
  • 2021: Start of Tenney Park Beach Shelter Improvements & Clean Beach Program. This would alter the beach shelter so that it could house mechanicals for a new lake water cleaning system that includes a porous underwater curtain that will improve swimming area water quality.
  • 2021: Various improvements at Tenney and James Madison Parks (shoreline improvements and other infrastructure projects and maintenance). Note that the James Madison Park Master Plan implementation is not yet funded, but infrastructure projects will help prepare for it.
  • 2021: TID 36 Capital Gateway Corridor planning. This program will include a 2021 public engagement process to gather input and help prioritize TID 36 expenditures and is funding by TID 36 proceeds. The public engagement process was funded for 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic necessitated moving it to 2021. Alder Rummel and I are working to add clarifying language via an amendment to this item. Note that a separate budget item provides Public Market funding from the TID 36 tax increment.
  • 2021: Resurfacing of E. Gorham St. between Butler and Baldwin. The current project on E. Gorham between Franklin and Livingston is a sanitary sewer replacement project and does not include an overall resurfacing.
  • 2022: Bus Rapid Transit total outlay of $148M with $105M expected to come from federal sources.
  • 2021-2026: Vision Zero at $500k per year. This program's goal is to reduce severe crashes by seeking infrastructure improvements at locations with high crash rates (citywide).
  • 2021-2023: A total of $6.5M for a Small Business Equity and Recovery program that combines and focuses City resources to support relief, recovery, and significant impact of COVID-19 on Madison's small businesses and entrepreneurs. The goal of this program is to combine Façade Improvement Grants and Commercial Ownership Assistance with new programs, such as a program targeted at interior commercial building renovations, a "BusinessReady" program targeted for entrepreneurs of color and modeled off of the former "MarketReady" program, and other grant or lending programs.
Learn more about the Capital Improvement Plan and view a map of all Capital projects that are location-specific.

Reminder: Webpages for Ongoing District 2 Street Construction Projects

3 Steps You Can Do Now to Make Sure You're Ready for the Nov. 3 election

1. Check your voter registration at
If you've moved – even to a different unit in the same building – you'll need to update your registration. You can register online if your address is up-to-date with the Wisconsin DMV, or you can register by mail or in-person at the City Clerk's Office.

2.  Make sure you have the ID you need to vote.
Voters in Wisconsin have to present photo ID for their vote to count. Election officials look at the name, expiration date, and ID type when they check a voter's ID; they do not look at the address on the ID. Need help getting an ID? The Dane County Voter ID Coalition assists voters fill out the necessary paperwork for free and can help arrange free transportation to the DMV. Call (608) 285-2141 for assistance getting an ID you can use for voting. The Coalition is a partnership between the Dane County NAACP and the League of Women Voters of Dane County.

3.  Act now to vote absentee!
Are you planning to vote absentee (also known as vote-by-mail)? Get your application for an absentee ballot in as soon as you can. You can request your absentee ballot at, email the Clerk's Office, or send a letter via mail to the Clerk's Office. If you have never voted absentee by mail before, you will need to provide a copy of the photo ID you use for voting when you make your request.

Census 2020

There's Still Time to Complete Your 2020 Census!

  • Complete the 2020 Census online or by phone
  • If you have not completed the census for your household, expect a Census Bureau worker to knock on your door to do the survey in person. Workers carry an ID and follow public health guidelines.  Please work with them to complete your census.
  • Census responses are confidential and protected by law – no personal information can be shared with anyone outside of the Census Bureau. 
  • There are no questions about citizenship or immigration status on the 2020 Census. 
  • Census data informs the drawing of electoral districts and the distribution of hundreds of billions in Federal funding every year.  For example, census data was recently used to distribute funds to state and local governments under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act.  Having a complete count will be critical for the next 10 years. 


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.
Police and Fire Commission Community Listening Session: Details
1:00pm, Saturday, Sept. 12, 2020
The Madison Police and Fire Commission will host two Virtual Community Listening Sessions to gather input on the hiring of a new Chief of Police. This meeting is the first of those two meetings. Members of the public are invited to join via Zoom, via telephone, or by watching the livestream on the city website or on City Channel.
See "Details" above for participation options.
Police and Fire Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Sept. 14, 2020


Community organizations are invited to speak for up to 20 minutes. 

Agenda Item 10
Input from the Madison Professional Police Officers Association (MPPOA)
Agenda Item 11
Input from the Meadowood Neighborhood Association
Agenda Item 12
Input from the Community Response Team (CRT)
Agenda Item 13
Input from the Madison Professional and Supervisory Employee Association (MPSEA)
Agenda Item 14
Additional Input from Community Organization(s)
Agenda Item 15
Report of Commissioners and Staff on community input gathered to date
Agenda Item 16
General status report from Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) on recruitment and candidate pool
Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Sept. 14, 202
Agenda Item 7
Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting Relocation Orders for the acquisitions of land interests required for the construction of improvements for the reconstruction of S. Blair Street and the S. Blair Street Intersection with John Nolen Drive. Located in part of the SE ¼ of the SW ¼ (Government Lot 4) of Section 13, T7N, R9E, in the City of Madison. (2nd, 4th and 6th AD's)
Note: This street reconstruction project, expected for 2022, will extend from the Williamson/John Nolen/E. Wilson/S. Blair intersection northward along S. Blair to E. Washington, and along E. Washington from Blair to Blount Streets.
Conditional Use & Demolition Permits
Agenda Item 21
429 N Paterson Street; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Residential-Consistent 4 (TR-C4) District for an accessory building exceeding 576 square feet and ten percent (10%) of lot area; and consideration of a conditional use in the TR-C4 District for an accessory dwelling unit, to allow construction of a 700 square-foot accessory dwelling unit with an accessory dwelling unit.
Note: At the request of the applicant and I, this item will be referred to the Oct. 19 Plan Commission meeting.
Common Council Executive Committee: Details
4:30pm, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020
Agenda Item 5
Discussion with Mayor Rhodes-Conway (9/15/20)
- 2020 Census Update
- Federal Updates
- Crisis Response Team Model

Agenda Item 7
Update: Body Worn Camera Feasibility Review Committee (9/15/20) - Karen Kapusta-Pofahl, Staff
Agenda Item 8
Update: Ad Hoc TFOGS Final Report Implementation Work Group (9/15/20) - Council Vice-President Syed Abbas, Chair
Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, Sept. 15, 2020
Agenda Item 1
Naming Lake Rescue Air Boat of the City of Madison Fire Department Lake Rescue Team carry the name "Yapper" in honor of Lieutenant (Ret.) Craig H Yapp.
Agenda Item 2
Recognizing September 15, 2020, through October 15, 2020, as Hispanic Heritage Month.
Agenda Item 3
Declaring September 16, 2020, as Viva México Festival Day.
Agenda Item 3
Declaring September 16, 2020, as Viva México Festival Day.

Agenda Item 5
Appeal of Plan Comission action on Conditional Use request for 2219 Monroe Street, Legistar ID 60001.
Recent Legislative History
8/4/20 COMMON COUNCIL    Re-refer for Recessed Public Hearing to the COMMON COUNCIL
Common Council (9/15/20)
Agenda Note: Requested Action: Recess public hearing and refer Legislative File No. 60646 to the 12/1/20 Common Council meeting.
Note: This item is the appeal of Plan Commission's denial of a Conditional Use request for Edgewood High School's proposed athletic field lighting.
Agenda Item 7
2021 Executive Capital Budget
Recent Legislative History
Re-Refer and Recess Public Hearing: Finance Committee (Public Hearing 9/21/20); Common Council (Public Hearing 10/6/20)
Agenda Item 10
Removing Sankofa Community and Behavioral Health and adding National Alliance of Mental Illness Wisconsin, Inc. to the list of nine (9) community-based organizations that will provide the Mayor and Common Council with nominations for the Police Oversight Board members.
Sponsors: Rebecca Kemble and Donna V. Moreland
Legislative History
9/8/20 Attorney's Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - MISC. ITEMS
Agenda Item 11
Presentation: Ad Hoc Task Force on the TFOGS Final Report Implementation Work Group - Introduction to TFOGS Final Report Recommendations and Process Related to Reorganizing the Structure of the Common Council - Assistant City Attorney John Strange

Agenda Item 33
BY TITLE ONLY - Defining the Common Council's Policy-Making and Oversight Responsibilities During Officially Declared Emergencies.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 34
Creating an Administrative Services Team to support and enhance Board, Commission and Committee staffing, training, and resident engagement, and to evaluate the overall structure and size of the City's BCC system. 
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 45
Amending the Economic Development Division's 2020 Adopted Capital Budget and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a development agreement to fund a $200,000 grant to the Urban League of Greater Madison ("ULGM") to assist lower income households to acquire homes within the geographic areas of Tax Incremental Financing District ("TID") #42 (Wingra) and within a half mile of TID 42, as shown on the attached map.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 49
Authorizing staff to apply for and accept Economic Development Administration (EDA) funding to support the construction of the Madison Public Market and if awarded, committing city matching funds for the construction of the Madison Public Market and draw down funding from TIF District 36.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Note: This item will be considered at Plan Commission on 9/14/20 and a recommendation will be made from the floor.
Agenda Item 68
SUBSTITUTE. Extending the Streatery Program authorizing special approvals for outdoor eating spaces for restaurants and taverns, through April 14, 2021.
Recent Legislative History
9/1/20 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to a future Meeting to Adopt to the COMMON COUNCIL
Adopt 9/15/20
Agenda Item 70
Creating Sections 28.022 - 00468 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of properties located at 1-19 North Pinckney Street and 120 East Washington Avenue, 4th Aldermanic District, from DC (Downtown Core) District to PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan), and creating and 28.022 - 00469 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of same from PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan) District and PD(SIP) Planned Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District.
Legislative History
9/9/20 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission; Public Hearings: Plan Commission (10/19/20), Common Council (10/20/20)
Board of Public Works: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, Sep. 16, 2020
Agenda Item 8
Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting Relocation Orders for the acquisitions of land interests required for the construction of improvements for the reconstruction of S. Blair Street and the S. Blair Street Intersection with John Nolen Drive. Located in part of the SE ¼ of the SW ¼ (Government Lot 4) of Section 13, T7N, R9E, in the City of Madison. (2nd, 4th and 6th AD's)
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck and Michael E. Verveer
Lead agency is Board of Public Work with additional referral of Plan Commission (9/14).
Note: See Plan Commission Agenda Item 7 above.
Economic Development Committee: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020
Agenda Item 2
Discussion with Jason Ilstrup of Downtown Madison Inc. regarding an equitable downtown recovery

Agenda Item 3
Discussion with Economic Development Division staff regarding draft program guidelines for the Small Business Equity and Recovery Program (SBER)
Agenda Item 4
Equitable Economic Response and Recovery
1) City efforts underway
2) Economy and Culture Recovery Team
3) Open discussion regarding Economic Development Committee and Economic Development Division related goals and work
4) Data review
Public Safety Review Committee: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020
Agenda Item 1
SUBSTITUTE - Creating Section 5.17 of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit the Madison Police Department from using tear gas, mace and impact projectile devices.
Agenda Item 2
Prohibiting the use of tear gas as of November 17, 2020 and requesting a study of alternatives by the Madison Police Department.
Agenda Item 3
ALTERNATE - Creating Section 5.18 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish procedures for the Madison Police Department to obtain property from the Defense Logistics Agency under the 1033 Program
Agenda Item 4
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a five year contract with the Wisconsin Department of Military Affairs for the Fire Department to provide services to support the provision of emergency medical services at Dane County Regional Airport and Truax field.
Agenda Item 5
"8 can't wait policy review"
Agenda Item 6
Madison Fire Department Budget Discussion

Agenda Item 7
Emergency Operations Center presentation and debrief. Is there a need for an office of Emergency Management? 

Agenda Item 8
Mental Health Ambulances presentation on costs and recent discussions
Agenda Item 9
Report from Anglim and Amoah on further research efforts - Our response to other community demands and initiatives (Breonna's law, 8 to abolition, NAACP and WSJ article)
Agenda Item 10
OIR recommendations subcommittee report
Agenda Item 11
Report from the Chair of the Budget Subcommittee
Agenda Item 12
Report from Chair of the Policy Subcommittee
Agenda Item 15
Recent gun violence
Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Sept. 16, 2020

Agenda Item 6
B-Cycle Annual Update
15 mins

Agenda Item 7
2021 Public Works Transportation Projects List Review and Feedback
30 mins
Note: This item includes the anticipated 2021 resurfacing of E. Gorham Street between Butler and Baldwin. The current project on E. Gorham between Franklin and Livingston is a sanitary sewer replacement project and does not include an overall resurfacing.
Task Force on Structure of City Government Ad Hoc Final Report Implementation Work Group: Details
3:30pm, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Agenda Item 2
Discussion: Assistant City Attorney John Strange's presentation to Council; referendum planning process
Debrief after presentation at 9/15/2020 Common Council meeting.
Agenda Item 3
Presentation by Annette Miller of EQT By Design: Community Engagement Framework Study
Agenda Item 4
Update on Administrative Services Staff Team work plan

Agenda Item 5
Discuss research on other cities' offices of resident engagement
Agenda Item 6
Continue discussion of TFOGS recommendations
Community Development Block Grant Committee: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Agenda Item 2
Presentations from Applicants in the 2020 Affordable Housing Fund RFP Process
September 17 Presentations:
6:00 pm – The Salvation Army: The Shield Apartments
6:35 pm – Madisonian Development, LLC: The Madisonian
7:10 pm – Odessa Senior Housing, LLC: Avenue Square Senior Apartments
Note: This item includes a presentation from The Salvation Army (TSA) concerning their application to the City's Affordable Housing Fund. This application is for the apartment building that is slated to be along the 600 block of E. Mifflin at N. Blount St. that will have 44 units, 37 of them for residents with 50% to 60% of Dane County Median Income or less. 11 of those 37 would be supportive housing and reserved for those with 30% or lower of CMI and 7 would be market rate. TSA was awarded these funds last year, but has to recompete this year because they did not proceed with this project in 2020 due to their not receiving WHEDA tax credits. They anticipate reapplying with WHEDA again and the announcement of chosen tax credit projects should be made in the spring of 2021. If TSA receives both City funds and WHEDA tax credits, it is expected that the apartment building's construction would begin in late summer or early fall of 2021. From what I understand, the demolition of the current shelter and construction of a replacement shelter is temporarily on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on the housing-stressed population and associated public health orders/concerns.
Agenda Item 3
Housing Forward RFP
Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Agenda Item 8
Review and take action on revised Rent Abatement ordinance draft, which will add mold and lead as rent impairing violations.
Agenda Item 9
Building Inspection Division Head George Hank will present possible percentages for the rent impairing list for mold and lead items.
Agenda Item 10
Center racial equity and social justice in the process of revising the Rent Abatement impairing list percentages located in MGO 32. Committee will identify organizations and/or individuals who can inform the process.
Agenda Item 11
Evictions during the COVID-19 pandemic: how can the committee respond within state law
Downtown Coordinating Committee: Details
5:30pm, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020
Agenda Item 3
Downtown Recovery Discussion
Brainstorming session on ideas for Downtown recovery:
a. COVID-19 Recovery, and Post-COVID re-opening plans
b. Equitable Recovery
c. Staff updates on recovery efforts

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