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Alder Patrick Heck

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Alder Patrick Heck

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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 May 10 Meetings of Interest for District 2

May 8, 2021 3:04 PM

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.

There are three sections to this week's update:
  1. COVID-19 Resources & Information
  2. Other District 2 Updates
  3. City Meetings of Interest to District 2
COVID Update

Dane CORE Rental Assistance Program 

Read about the temporary halt in residential evictions from the Tenant Resource Center - extended through June 30, 2021. From Wisconsin Watch: The CDC eviction moratorium may end. What does that mean for Wisconsin?

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

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

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

Donate Food to Second Harvest Food Pantry

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

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

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

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

From Alder Bennett and Former Alder Prestigiacomo: COVID-19 Campus Resources

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

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Twenty is Plenty Map

Part of Tenney-Lapham Considered for "Twenty is Plenty" Pilot Program

City Traffic Engineering is proposing a new program called Twenty is Plenty, to reduce the default speed limit of our residential streets from 25 mph to 20 mph. At their May 12, the Transportation Commission will be evaluating several areas of the city for pilot implementation of Twenty is Plenty and a portion of Tenney-Lapham is one area being considered. This portion of Tenney-Lapham can be seen in the map above, but is better viewed in the staff presentation that includes other neighborhoods under consideration and various statistics for each. In Tenney-Lapham, the pilot area would be bound by N. Blair St. and the Yahara River between E. Washington and E. Johnson.

Note that Twenty is Plenty, whether a pilot or eventually extended citywide, will apply only to residential streets (not arterials or non-residential streets). If Tenney-Lapham is chosen for a pilot, the speed limit would drop to 20 mph in that area, but would still be 25 mph on the border streets of E. Johnson, E. Washington, and N. Blair.

Research has shown that speed plays a critical role of the outcome of a crash when it occurs. Lowering the speed limit can save lives and is a key component of the City's Vision Zero Initiative. On May 12, the Transportation Commission is expected to choose one neighborhood that has a Neighborhood Resource Team (generally underserved neighborhoods) and one that is not an NRT-served neighborhood (such as Tenney-Lapham). 

The Mayor sums up the issue in this blog post: Slower Speeds Save Lives and 20 is Plenty. I am supportive of this pilot program being located in our area so we can judge its effectiveness. Note that as with most Vision Zero implementations, speed limits and street design are crucial elements of slowing traffic down. Traffic Enforcement also plays a role, but we cannot enforce our way out of many of the negative impacts of speeding, rude, and bad drivers - the city does not have the capacity to do so. There are also equity concerns related to traffic enforcement in its current incarnation and it also exemplifies our over-reliance on the police - we ask them to solve too many problems for which there may be better solutions. Vision Zero and Twenty is Plenty are possible alternate solutions. If you'd like to watch the Transportation Commission meeting on May 12, give public comment, or email commissioners, details are in "City Meetings of Interest" below. 

Road Work Ahead Sign

East Gorham Resurfacing Project Begins

As many of you have experienced, construction has started on the E. Gorham St resurfacing project. The contractor is currently working on the storm sewer and new curb around the Hamilton St. and Franklin St. intersections, and MG&E will be starting work on their gas main in the Brearly St. to Few St. areas. Overall the project will take approximately six weeks to complete, and Gorham St. will mostly remain open to a single lane of traffic while work is taking place.

At several intersections there will be improvements made for pedestrians and curb bumpouts installed to slow vehicular traffic. Between N. Few and N. Brearly Streets, a bike lane will be added and street parking reconfigured. Unfortunately, some street trees will be removed in those two blocks to accommodate the reconfigured street parking and the bike lane. City Engineering was able to limit the tree removals to mostly small trees and trees under power lines that were planted there because they do not grow to canopy size, but a couple of mature trees will also be lost. It was a difficult balancing act for staff to design a plan that will both install a bike lane and keep most of the street parking capacity for residents. No doubt some folks will be displeased with some aspects the plan, but I believe that the installation of the bike lane is a net positive. For more information visit the project website where you can see full project plans and also sign up for email updates

1046 E. Washington Restaurant at Plan Commission on May 10
On May 10, Plan Commission will consider the Conditional Use Permits requested for a new restaurant with outdoor seating at 1046 E. Washington on the ground floor of Arden. The owners of Red Sushi on W. Washington are planning a new fast-casual restaurant with indoor seating and outdoor patio seating adjacent to the alley between Lyric and Arden. Project plans can be found here.
City staff confirmed the small patio design's Urban Design District #8 compliance rather it than going to a full consideration by the Urban Design Commission. The Alcohol License Review Committee will consider the restaurant's application for a liquor license at a future date. If all approvals are obtained, the owners anticipate an early fall opening. TLNA Council earlier voted to support the restaurant's applications for Conditional Use Permits. Generally, I support the proposal, but will be keeping an eye out for reasonable patio closing hours and their plans to minimize the impacts of any associated vehicular traffic on the E. Mifflin Bike Blvd. Note that free parking will be available for restaurant customers in the Arden parking garage and several E. Washington Ave. parking stalls will be changed to short-term parking stalls that will be available for restaurant pickup/delivery purposes.
Participation options for the May 10 Plan Commission meeting are listed on the meeting agenda listed below in "City Meetings of Interest". You are also welcome email comments in advance of the meeting to or you can contact me.
Gates of Heaven

Historic Preservation Month Focus: Gates of Heaven

During the month of May, the City Engineering Division will focus on one of the oldest surviving synagogues buildings in the nation, located in District 2! Engineering would like the community to join in celebrating Historic Preservation Month as we focus on the recent restoration work at Gates of Heaven.

Gates of Heaven was built in 1863 and is one of the oldest surviving synagogues in the nation and is located in James Madison Park. Gates of Heaven is a locally designated landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Throughout May, City Engineering will focus on different parts of the Gates of Heaven restoration work with social media posts and a video highlight. The community can expect unique information they've never seen before about the following topics on the City Engineering Facebook and Twitter pages:

May 3: Celebrate Historic Preservation Month with Engineering
May 7: History of Gates of Heaven and its relocation
May 14: Exterior restoration: brick
May 21: Exterior restoration: stone
May 28: Exterior restoration: windows and doors
May 31: Thank you for celebrating with us!

Gates of Heaven is currently undergoing restoration work which includes restoring the masonry, windows and doors. The work also includes cleaning and consolidation of the Madison sandstone, limited repairs to stone, cleaning of brick, repointing of stone and brick, rehabilitation of the wood sash, doors, and related trim, and installation of exterior storms on all windows.

12 N Few St Proposal
UDC Consideration of 12 N. Few Proposal On May 12
The Urban Design Commission will consider the proposed redevelopment at 12 N. Few Street on May 12.  The proposed redevelopment consists of 8 commercial spaces with 8 one-bedroom apartments with 4 residential parking spaces. The application, staff reports, and public comments received to date are posted here.
The proposed demolition of the current addition on the N. Few side of the building and the demolition of the larger Scooter Therapy building's back wall was considered by the Landmarks Commission in March. They found that the current Scooter Therapy building held no significant historic value. While many may find that the building does hold historic value, the Landmarks Commission must base its finding on current historic preservation standards. This finding of Landmarks will be forwarded to the Plan Commission who will consider the proposed demolition, likely our May 24 meeting. Plan Commission will not otherwise consider the proposal, so UDC is an approving body.
On May 12 UDC will consider two items:
  1. the proposal's compliance with Urban Design District #8 standards, and
  2. a proposed amendment to UDD #8 to decrease setback requirements at the corner of N. Few and Curtis Court that allow a new building to be as close as 5 feet to the Curtis Court sidewalk. The remainder of Curtis Court's required setback would remain at 15 feet.
Participation options for the May 12 UDC meeting are listed on the meeting agenda listed below in "City Meetings of Interest". You are also welcome email comments in advance of the meeting to or you can email me.
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May 11: Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc., Hosts Virtual "Cookies with a Cop" 

Join your neighbors and Madison Police Department Representatives for a conversation about recent events in Madison's downtown neighborhoods. The event will be held on May 11th, via Zoom. Discussion will begin at 7:00 PM and conclude at 8:00 PM. 

The event will begin with brief introductions of the police representatives, then proceed to questions submitted to the organizers prior to and during the meeting. Attendees will be able to submit questions to the organizers by email at before the meeting or through the Zoom chat feature during the event. Attendees are strongly encouraged to email questions or concerns prior to the event in order to help facilitate a more productive meeting. If we have extra time after our submitted questions are answered, we may open the event to follow-up Q&A from attendees. In that event, we will ask that folks limit their questions and comments to three minutes per person in order to ensure that other neighbors also have the opportunity to speak. 

May 11, 2021 07:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Meeting ID: 817 0010 3885
Passcode: 235526
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Community Fridge Gains Extension until August

As I reported earlier and as you likely have heard through media reports, the Community Fridge in the 1000 block of E. Johnson, was the subject of complaints in early April. After city staff informed the fridge organizers that they must become code-compliant by April 8, I facilitated a 30-day extension so that the organizers had until May 8 to find a path forward. Fortunately, the fridge organizers, City Zoning, Building Inspection, and Public Health Madison and Dane County have now come to an agreement that the E. Johnson fridge can remain until August.

While this is good news, the fridge will be looking for a new location because the current hosts are moving in August. If you know of possible locations for the fridge, please contact It is likely is that fridge operations in a new location will need to see some changes/upgrades to ensure compliance with various city regulations. Another ongoing effort will be to update city zoning ordinances to make fridge operations compliant, but this is expected to take several months.

Note that City staff did not conduct a proactive inspection of the site, but was instead reacting to the complaints. It is unfortunate that some felt the need to report the site given that the Madison Community Fridges volunteers have been providing an important food resource for some of those most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic and its economic fallout. This location had been operating since August 2020 with no previous concerns or complaints, from what I know, and has been a prime example of how mutual aid efforts can build community and do good.
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.
Finance Committee: Details
4:30pm, Monday, May 10, 2021
Agenda Item 3
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to contract with Universal Recycling Technologies to process and recycle electronic waste received by the Streets Division's electronics recycling program
Agenda Item 5
Authorizing the execution of a 15-year lease agreement between the City of Madison and Madison Metropolitan School District ("MMSD") for a portion of the City's the property located at 330 and 342 East Lakeside Street for the operation of the Madison School & Community Recreation ("MSCR") program, including their administrative offices and corresponding public recreational programming.
Agenda Item 8
Authorizing an allocation of up to $427,000 in federal Community Development Block Grant-CV (CDBG-CV) funds, authorized via the CARES Act, to Porchlight, Inc. to support the agency's operations at the First Street temporary men's homeless shelter through the end of 2021; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with the agency for this purpose.
Agenda Item 9
Approving the provision of up to $225,000 in City funds to support Violence Prevention and COVID Relief efforts as recommended by the Community Services Committee, and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with selected agencies to implement the designated projects.
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes allocating $225,000 across eight community agencies. The recommended awards are a result of an RFP process prioritizing community responses that help populations affected by COVID-19 connect to basic needs and that support service gaps identified in the Public Health Violence Prevention Plan. Funding for the $225,000 is included in the Community Development Division's 2021 adopted operating budget. No additional city appropriation is required.
Agenda Item 10
Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget for Community Development Division - Economic Development & Employment Opportunities by $50,000 and authorizing the Community Development Division to accept grants from the Cities for Financial Empowerment Fund, Inc. (known as the CFE Fund) to implement a Summer Jobs Connect youth banking access and financial empowerment education program ($50,000).
Agenda Item 11
Accepting funds from the State of Wisconsin, awarded under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (H.R. 133), to help prevent evictions and promote housing stability for eligible households affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, amending the Community Development Division's 2021 Operating Budget to reflect receipt of those funds, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an agreement with Benevate Inc. to gain access to its Neighborly Software, a centralized database, for use in implementing a rental assistance program in the City of Madison.
Agenda Item 12
Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget for the Community Development Division - Affordable Housing to accept $395,000 from the Dane County Urban Water Quality Grant Program; authorizing the City of Madison to submit an application, on behalf of Bayview Foundation, Inc., to the Dane County Urban Water Quality Grant Program to accept the grant award; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with Dane County and Bayview Foundation, Inc. as appropriate.
Agenda Item 13
Amending the 2021 Capital Budget to transfer $230,000 of existing GO borrowing authority from the Men's Temporary Homeless Shelter (Project 13345) to the Temporary Family Shelter (Project 13398) in the Community Development Division Capital Budget.
Agenda Item 14
Amending the 2021 Capital Budget to add $3,673,990 in federal funding to Metro's Satellite Bus Facility project.
Agenda Item 15
Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget for Metro Transit to appropriate $300,000 for operating costs associated with Metro's new satellite facility, to add $300,000 in federal funds to support the costs, and to create 3.0 FTE positions to support operations of the satellite facility.
Agenda Item 16
Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget to change the funding sources for the Metro Transit - Facilities Repairs and Improvements program and the Metro Transit -Transit Technology System project.
When the Finance Committee considers the following matter, it may go into closed session pursuant to sec. 19.85(1)(e), Wis. Stats., which reads as follows: Deliberating or negotiating the purchasing of public properties, the investing of public funds, or conducting other specified public business, whenever competitive or bargaining reasons require a closed session. If the Finance Committee does go into closed session, notice is hereby given pursuant to sec. 19.85(2), Wis. Stats., that it may reconvene in open session without waiting 12 hours as specified in the statute.
Agenda Item 18
Initial Briefing on Bargaining with Madison Professional Police Officers Association (MPPOA)
Police and Fire Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, May 10, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Update on Fire Department Recruit Class 11
Agenda Item 3
Update on 2021 Fire Department Hiring Process
Agenda Item 7
Presentation regarding the Fire Department's recruitment process
Agenda Item 12
Update on 2021 Town of Madison Police Hiring Timeline/Process
Agenda Item 13
Update on 2021 Pre-Service Academy Hiring Process Timeline
Agenda Item 14
Update on 2022 Pre-Service Academy Hiring Process Timeline
Plan Commission: Details
5:30 pm, Monday, May 10, 2021
Conditional Use Requests, Demolition Permits & Related Requests
Agenda Item 9
1046 E Washington Avenue; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Employment (TE) District for a restaurant-tavern and consideration of a conditional use in the TE District for an outdoor eating area to allow a restaurant-tavern tenant in a mixed-use building with an outdoor eating area.
Note: See "Other District 2 Updates" above for more information on this item.
- Upcoming Matters – May 24, 2021
 - 12 N Few Street - Demolition Permit - Demolish portion of street-facing façade of commercial bldg. to construct two-story addition with 8 commercial spaces and 8 apartments in Urban Design Dist. 8
- 1330 Sherman Avenue - Conditional Use - Construct Tenney Park Beach Shelter (waterfront development)
- Upcoming Matters – June 7, 2021
- 1344 E Washington Avenue - Conditional Use - Allow food and related good sales in existing restaurant-tavern
Police Civilian Oversight Board Equitable Hiring Tool Taskforce: Details
5:30pm, Monday, May 10, 2021
When the Police Civilian Oversight Board Equitable Hiring Tool Taskforce considers the following matter, it may go into closed session pursuant to sec. 19.85(1)(c), Wis. Stats., which reads as follows: Considering employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility. If the Police Civilian Oversight Board Equitable Hiring Tool Taskforce does go into closed session, notice is hereby given pursuant to sec. 19.85(2), Wis. Stats., that it may reconvene in open session without waiting 12 hours as specified in the statute. 
Agenda Item 2
Independent Monitor Recruitment: Applying Equitable Hiring Tool to Supplemental Questions and Benchmarks
Habitat Stewardship Subcommittee (Parks): Details
4:30pm, Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Agenda Item 5
Declare Public Hearing Open
Declare Public Hearing Closed
Agenda Item 6
Public Hearing (4:35 PM) Madison Gas & Electric Line Clearance Request for an Annual Forestry Permit 
Agenda Item 7
Agenda Item 8
2021 Proposed New Street Tree Species List 
Agenda Item 9
Brief updates on Wildlife Management, Prescribed Grazing, and Management Plan Implementation 
Agenda Item 10
Parks Division 2019 & 2020 Pesticide Report
Madison Arts Commission: Details
5:30pm, Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Agenda Item 2
A Resolution authorizing musical performances and amplified sound in Streatery sidewalk cafes and outdoor eating areas during the COVID-19 recovery period, expanding the Streatery program to include Concert Halls, suspending enforcement of certain ordinances, and amending the Streatery Resolutions accordingly.
Agenda Item 3
BLINK Proposal Review Nick Schweitzer Geological Timeline on Bike Path Proposal
Agenda Item 4
MAC Annual Grant Review
Discuss potential changes to Grant Guidelines and Application
Agenda Item 5
Metro Transit Percent for Art Project
Review First Round of Applicants
Madison Food Policy Council: Details
6:00pm, Tuesday, May 11, 2021
Agenda Item 4
Food Access, Relief, and Economic Support Work Group - May 2021
Agenda Item 5
Food Plan Work Group - May 2021
Agenda Item 6
Regional Agriculture and Food Sovereignty Work Group - May 2021
Agenda Item 7
Business Development Specialist, Food Systems - May 2021 
Agenda Item 8
Public Health Madison & Dane Co - May 2021
Agenda Item 9
Extension Dane County UW-Madison - May 2021 
Agenda Item 10
Community Gardens - May 2021 
Agenda Item 11
Madison Metropolitan School District - May 2021
Agenda Item 12
Public Market Development Committee - May 2021
Street Use Staff Commission: Details
10:00am, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Agenda Item 2
100 Block of King St
Fridays, Aug. 6, Aug. 13, Aug. 20, Aug. 27, Sept. 10, Sept. 17, Sept. 24, 2021
Set-up: 8:00am-6:00pm
Concert: 6:00pm-11:00pm
Tear-down: 11:00pm-2:00am
Annual concert series. Discuss location, schedule, set-up and activities.
Reanna Roberts / FPC Live LLC
22, Sat, 5pm-10pm, Breese Stevens Concert Series, 900 E. MIfflin St, 10 N. Brearly, 10 N. Paterson
Urban Design Commission: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
The Urban Design Commission uses a consent agenda, which means that the Commission can consider any item at 4:30 p.m. where there are no registrants wishing to speak in opposition regardless of its placement on the agenda.
Agenda Item 3
12 N. Few Street - Addition and New Construction for 8 Commercial Spaces and 8 Residential Units Located in UDD No. 8. 2nd Ald. Dist.
Owner: Jeremy Knudson
Applicant: John Seamon, SEA
Initial/Final Approval is Requested
Note: See "Other District 2 Updates" above for more information. Meeting participation options can be found in "Details" just above.
Agenda Item 6
341 State Street, 315-319 W. Gorham Street, 321 W. Gorham Street, 322 W. Johnson Street - New Mixed-Use Building for Student Housing, Retail and Incubator Space. 4th Ald. Dist.
Owner: Mark Goehausen, Core Campus Manager, LLC
Applicant: Brian Munson, Vandewalle & Associates
Informational Presentation-Pre-Design Conference for Possible Planned Development (PD)
Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Agenda Item 2
20 is Plenty: Phase One Review and Approval
30 mins
Note: See more on this item in "Other District 2 Updates" above. Meeting participation options can be found in "Details" just above.
Agenda Item 3
Shared Streets and Slow Streets
30 mins
Agenda Item 4
Neighborhood Traffic Management Program Follow Up
20 mins
Wheeler Road (Sherman Avenue to Comanche Way) 
Agenda Item 5
Ped/Bike 2021 Enhancement Projects Review & Feedback
30 mins 
Agenda Item 6
Draft Request for Proposals - Racial Equity, Bias, and Inclusion Training
15 mins
Agenda Item 8
Update on Traffic Calming Subcommittee
5 mins
Public Safety Review Committee: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Agenda Item 4
Report from the Police Department on recent gun violence.
Agenda Item 5
Update from the Mayor's Office and discussion on the Madison Fire Departments Crisis Response initiative (listening session, etc.)
Agenda Item 6
Referred from the April 2021 PSRC meeting. Direction of the Public Safety Review Committee/2021 PSRC Workplan/Meeting Rules 
Agenda Item 8
Chronic Nuisance Premise Ordinance
This item was referred from the April 2021 PSRC meeting as a future meeting topic to learn/discuss. Action was already taken on this item at Council. 
Agenda Item 10
Discussion on the roles of the Police and Fire Commission, Public Safety Review Committee, and Citizen Oversight Board.
Agenda Item 12
Report from the Budget Subcommittee
Agenda Item 13
Policy Subcommittee Report 
Education Committee: Details
5:30pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Updates from City's Digital Technology Committee and Task Force on Digital Inclusion
Agenda Item 3
Discuss City COVID Relief and Violence Prevention RFP applications and Community Services Committee recommendations
Agenda Item 4
Next steps for coordination across City, MMSD and Dane County re: State and Federal Covid relief and stimulus funds
Board of Park Commissioners: Details
6:30pm, Wednesday, May 12, 2021
Agenda Item 5
President of the Park Commission
Agenda Item 7
May 2021 Superintendent's Report
Note: This report and others can be found here.
Agenda Item 9 NEW BUSINESS
Agenda Item 14
Authorizing the execution of a 15-year lease agreement between the City of Madison and Madison Metropolitan School District ("MMSD") for a portion of the City's the property located at 330 and 342 East Lakeside Street for the operation of the Madison School & Community Recreation ("MSCR") program, including their administrative offices and corresponding public recreational programming.
Agenda Item 16
Monthly Report of Events Administratively Approved by Staff
Early Childhood Care and Education Committee: Details
2:30pm, Thursdays, May 13, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Presentation: Early Childhood Health Consult - Dipesh Navsaria
Agenda Item 5
Tuition Assistance Revamp
Agenda Item 6
Pandemic Child Care/School Update and Vaccine Information
Community Development Authority: Details
4:30pm, Thursdays, May 13, 2021
Agenda Item 7
Approval of City of Madison's Land Banking Policy
Agenda Item 8
CDA Res #4442 - Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget to authorize capital improvements of $3,000,000 at the Village on Park, and accept transfer of proceeds from Tax Increment District (TID) No. 42 to pay for said improvements.
Agenda Item 9
State Street Pop Up Retail Leases 
Plan Commission: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, May 13, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Initiatives Linking Land Use and Transportation
- Transportation Demand Management Ordinance
- Overview of On-street Parking Restrictions and Potential Changes
Equal Opportunities Commission: Details
5:00pm, Thursdays, May 13, 2021
Agenda Item 2
How can the Commission can help with access hesitancy in the community and communicate vaccine accessibility. Tess Ellens, Immunizations Coordinator for PHMDC, will speak to the Commission. 
Agenda Item 3
Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget for the Community Development Authority - Redevelopment to create a Village on Park Redevelopment capital project and to authorize $3,000,000 in capital improvements at the Village on Park by the Community Development Authority, to be funded by incremental revenue proceeds from Tax Increment District (TID) No. 42. (14th A.D.) 
Agenda Item 4
Housing Issues in Madison: What can the EOC do and who can they partner with to address the continuing problems?
Julie Spears from CDD will be presenting to the Commission on the topic of the AHF- Tax Credit RFP.
The Commission would also like to discuss the Homeless Encampment Evictions at Reindahl Park. 
Agenda Item 5
EOD Manager Report: Technology updates, HUD Project updates, Training and Outreach, Special Projects, Employment/Housing/Public Accommodations Updates
Agenda Item 6
EOC's Role in Impacting Policy Changes and Expanded Community Partnerships
Police Civilian Oversight Board: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, May 13, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Review and Finalize Independent Police Monitor Class Description
May include vote on this item

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