City of
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District 2

Alder Patrick W. Heck

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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 May 17 Meetings of Interest for District 2

May 15, 2021 1:40 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.
 
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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
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COVID Vaccination Stats
 
1. COVID-19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION
 
 

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

Dane County Small Business Grants: ROUND 3! 
Applications are NOW being accepted for Round 3 of the Dane County Pandemic Grant Program. Funds will be available on a first-come, first-served basis until funds are depleted.

  • NOTE: Grants awarded will be between $1,000 - $50,000 but will NOT exceed more than your requested dollar amount. Think 'long-term needs' when requesting a dollar amount on the application.
  • NEW THIS ROUND: Locally-owned franchises and lodging businesses WILL be included in this round!
  • Click the link below for more info and complete application, no documentation is necessary to apply: https://www.danebuylocal.com.

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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2. OTHER DISTRICT 2 UPDATES
 
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Update: Proposed Zoning Changes To Be Considered at June 1 Common Council Meeting

The set of proposed zoning code changes related to easing some Conditional Use Thresholds and facilitating some increased multi-unit housing densities will now be considered at the June 1 Common Council meeting rather than our May 18 meeting. Our May 18 agenda contains several items that are anticipated to take up large amounts of time, so Council President Syed Abbas asked that zoning changes be referred to June 1. You are always welcome to send email comments on this or other issues at any time to me (district2@cityofmadison.com) or if you wish to contact every Common Council member to allalders@cityofmadison.com.

 
Twenty is Plenty Map
 

Part of Tenney-Lapham Approved for "20 is Plenty" Pilot Program

This past week, the Transportation Commission approved parts of two neighborhoods, including a portion of Tenney-Lapham, for pilot implementations of "20 is Plenty", a new program to reduce the default speed limit of our residential streets from 25 mph to 20 mph. This portion of Tenney-Lapham can be seen in the map above, but is better viewed in the staff presentation that includes other neighborhoods that were under consideration and various statistics for each. In Tenney-Lapham, the pilot area will be bound by N. Blair St. and the Yahara River between E. Washington and E. Johnson. This pilot program is expected to start sometime in June and new signage will be installed.

Note that 20 is Plenty, whether a pilot or eventually extended citywide, is expected to apply only to residential streets (not arterials or non-residential streets). In Tenney-Lapham the speed limit would drop to 20 mph in that pilot area, but would still be 25 mph on the border streets of E. Johnson, E. Washington, and N. Blair. The other area chosen is the Hammersley/Theresa neighborhood in Alder Districts 10 and 20.

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. 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 20 is Plenty are possible alternate solutions.

Shared Streets Program Slated to Return to E. Mifflin and Sherman Ave.

The Transportation Commission heard a description of the forthcoming reboot of the Shared Streets program on both E. Mifflin Street and Sherman Avenue, similar to last summer. For those and other Shared Streets locations in the city, Traffic Engineering is planning improved signage and improved barriers based on the experiences of 2020. You can watch the Transportation Commission meeting replay on the City Channel here that includes the staff presentations on both Shared Streets and the 20 is Plenty programs as well as public comment and commissioners' discussion.

Traffic Engineering is also beginning a new Slow Streets program that was discussed at Transportation Commission. That program will explore more permanent changes to some streets to promote not just biking and pedestrian safety, but it will also dovetail with the Vision Zero program and its goals of slowing down vehicular traffic and implement infrastructure changes to promote slowing down. Some Shared Streets implementations could eventually morph into more permanent Slow Streets installations, but those will involve community engagement components before any decisions are made.

Gates Of Heaven

Historic Preservation Month Continues With Focus on: 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 Gives Initial Approval to 12 N. Few Street Proposal
 
On May 12 the Urban Design Commission gave initial approval to the proposed redevelopment at 12 N. Few Street. Commissioners had some concerns, particularly with regard to access and circulation for both commercial and residential units, so they did not grant final approval in judging the proposal's conformity with Urban Design District #8 standards and guidelines. 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 are posted here.
 
It is anticipated that the developer's architect will work with city staff in an attempt to address issues brought up by Commissioners and will return to UDC in the future with revisions and ask for final approval. I'll keep you posted when that meeting date is set. Plan Commission will consider the proposed demolition of a portion of the Scooter Therapy building, likely our May 24 meeting, and Common Council will consider the accompanying proposed amendment to UDD #8 that would allow a portion of the proposed building to be closer to Curtis Court than currently allowed.
 
1046 E. Washington Restaurant Conditional Uses Approved
 
On May 10, Plan Commission approved 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.
 
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. 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.
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3. CITY MEETINGS OF INTEREST TO DISTRICT 2
 
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.
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Landmarks Commission: Details
5:00pm, Monday, May 17, 2021
 
REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS
 
Agenda Item 4
402 N Thornton Ave - Exterior Alteration to a Designated Madison Landmark (Tenney Park) - Replacement of basketball court; 2nd Ald. Dist.
From the Staff Report:
The applicant is requesting a Certificate of Appropriateness for the removal of an existing basketball court and half basketball court, then installation of a new basketball court with a new connecting path. The new basketball court is reoriented on the site of the former courts, but framed within the space by the existing paths. The new path will run from the existing pedestrian walkways to the new court.
Tenney Park is designated as a landmark for its landscape architecture. The park has featured structured recreational spaces in addition to the natural spaces. The new court will be approximately in the same location and in a previously disturbed area. The reconfigured court will not significantly change the historic character of the park while modifying an existing amenity to meet ongoing usage of the site.
Recommendation
Staff believes the standards for granting a Certificate of Appropriateness are met and recommends that the Landmarks Commission approve the project as proposed.
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Transportation Policy and Planning Board: Details
5:0, Monday, May 17, 2021
 
FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 3
Complete Green Streets - Preliminary outreach results and analysis
 
Agenda Item 4
Draft Department of Transportation Capital Project requests
 
Agenda Item 5
TPPB Parking Policy Overview
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City-County Homeless Issues Committee: Details
5:30 pm, Monday, May 17, 2021
 
PRESENTATIONS
 
Agenda Item 4
Temporary Permissible Encampment (TPE) Updates
Presenter(s):
-Sarah Lim (City of Madison Community Development Division)
 
ACTION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 7
Prohibiting the eviction of temporary encampments in Reindahl Park.
 
STAFF REPORTS
 
Agenda Item 8
Men's shelter update
 
Agenda Item 9
COVID-19 response updates
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Common Council Executive Committee: Details
4:30pm, Tuesday, May 18, 2021
 
REFERRED FROM COMMON COUNCIL
 
Agenda Item 2
Establishing the President's Workgroup on Racial Justice, Antiracism and Equity.
 
Agenda Item 3
Establishing the President's Workgroup on Environmental Justice.
 
Agenda Item 4
Repealing Section 33.09(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate the City-County Liaison Committee.
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Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, May 18, 2021
 
HONORING RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 1
Recognizing May as Asian Pacific Islander Desi American Heritage Month.
 
Agenda Item 2
Honoring the University of Wisconsin Women's Hockey Team on winning the NCAA Championship
 
Agenda Item 3
Honoring Hospitals, Nurses, and Healthcare Workers for National Hospital and Healthcare Week and National Nurses Week
 
RECESSED PUBLIC HEARINGS - BEGIN AT 6:45 PM
 
APPEAL
 
Agenda Item 5
Appeal of the Plan Commission action on the Conditional Use request for 619-621 N Lake Street
Recent Legislative History 
5/4/21 COMMON COUNCIL    Re-refer for Recessed Public Hearing to the COMMON COUNCIL
 
END OF RECESSED PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR
 
APPOINTMENTS
 
Agenda Item 10
Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 5-18-2021; action 6-1-2021). Legislative History
5/12/21 Mayor's Office    Referred for Introduction Confirm 6-1-2021
Note: This item includes the following -
COMMITTEE ON EMPLOYEE RELATIONS
ELLEN M. LA LUZERNE (2nd A.D.) - reappoint to a three-year term to the position of Resident Member. First appointed 5-19-2015.
TERM EXPIRES: 4-16-2024
 
CONFIRMATION HEARING
 
Agenda Item 11
Submitting the appointment of Krishna Kumar for confirmation of a five-year term as the Water Utility General Manager
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS
 
Agenda Item 13
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/12/21 BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 
Agenda Item 24
Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for State Street Sidewalk Repair. (2nd, 4th, and 8th AD)
Recent Legislative History 
5/5/21 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF RULES 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, & 2.25 - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF CITY-COUNTY HOMELESSNESS ISSUES COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 26
Prohibiting the eviction of temporary encampments in Reindahl Park.
Recent Legislative History 
5/4/21 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to the CITY-COUNTY HOMELESS ISSUES COMMITTEE AGENDA
NOTE: The City-County Homelessness Issues Committee will consider file 65316 at their meeting on 5/17/2021 and a recommendation will be made from the floor.
 
REPORT OF COMMITTEE ON SWEATFREE PURCHASES
 
Agenda Item 27
SUBSTITUTE - Amending Section 4.25(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase the threshold for the City's sweatfree procurement requirements for items of apparel from $5,000 to $15,000, and amending Section 4.25(9)(b) of the Madison General Ordinances to change the description of the UW organization that recommends a member to the Committee on Sweatfree Purchases.
Recent Legislative History 
4/22/21 COMMITTEE ON SWEATFREE PURCHASES    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER
AGENDA NOTE: Common Council Executive Committee will consider file 65269 at their meeting on 5/18/2021 and a recommendation will be made from the floor.
 
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 40
Recent Legislative History 
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
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 42
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 43
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 44
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE     RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 45
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/10/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF MADISON ARTS COMMISSION
 
Agenda Item 48
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.
Recent Legislative History 
5/11/21 MADISON ARTS COMMISSION    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER
The recommendation is: Adopt the resolution and expand it to include concert halls and extend the time to 9:00 p.m. on Friday and Saturday in order to allow more food and beverage business for the venues and increase the profitability for the investment that they are making in hiring artists to perform.
 
ITEMS REFERRED TO THIS MEETING
 
RESOLUTIONS

Agenda Item 52
Approving the Amendment to the Project Plan for Tax Incremental District (TID) 42 (Wingra), City of Madison.
Recent Legislative History 
5/4/21 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to a future Meeting to Adopt to the COMMON COUNCIL
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes a second project plan amendment for Tax Incremental District (TID) #42 (Wingra) to provide funding to the Community Development Authority (CDA) for development and improvements at the Village on Park area and to authorize the use of these funds within a half mile area surrounding TID #42. As stated in the project plan, $11,200,000 will go towards a Village on Park parking structure, Urban League of Greater Madison Black Business Hub, owner occupied affordable housing, demolition of Village on Park north building, and construction of a new parking lot. These projects, along with additional authorization for land acquisition and administrative costs, will increase the total TIF eligible costs by $12.1 million in TID #42 to $28,173,000. The $12.1 million of additional projects will be funded by $9.1 million of borrowing and $3 million donated from TID #39. No additional City appropriation is required with the adoption of this resolution. A resolution amending the 2021 Adopted Budget will be required following adoption of the project plan amendment.
 
Agenda Item 54
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.)
Recent Legislative History 
4/26/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
5/3/21 TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD    Return to Lead with the Following Recommendation(s)
The TPPB made no recommendation regarding this resolution.
 
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
 
ORDINANCES
 
Agenda Item 58
Authorizing the contribution of the Brayton Lot and the Junction Road parcel to the Madison Bus Rapid Transit project as local match in lieu of cash contribution.
Legislative History
5/3/21 Metro Transit    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Policy and Planning Board; Finance Committee
 
Agenda Item 60
Amending the 2021 adopted operating budget for the Planning division ($110,000), Economic Development Division ($100,000), and Department of Transportation ($80,000), authorizing the Transit General Manager to file an application for a Section 20005(b) Pilot Program for Transit-Oriented Development Planning Discretionary Grant with U.S. Department of Transportation, and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute the associated grant agreement with USDOT and the 13 (c) agreement with Teamsters Local No. 695.
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway and Patrick W. Heck
Legislative History
5/11/21 Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee, Transportation Policy and Planning Board, Plan Commission, Economic Development Commission, Housing Strategy Committee
 
Agenda Item 70
Amending the 2021 adopted operating budget for CDA Redevelopment's purchased services by $100,000 and authorizing the Community Development Authority ("CDA") to manage the Madison Pop Up Shop Program ("Program"), utilizing up to $100,000 of 2021 Small Business Equity and Recovery ("SBER") Program Funds.
Legislative History
5/11/21 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (5/24/21), Economic Development Committee (5/19/21)
 
Agenda Item 73
Amending the 2021 adopted operating budget for the Planning Division, Neighborhood Planning, Preservation and Design Section to accept $50,000 from the National Endowment for the Arts and authorizing the purchase of services for the Greater Madison Region Music Strategy
Legislative History
5/12/21 Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee

Agenda Item 75
Establishing Purpose Built Fulltime Men's Shelter Search Criteria
Legislative History
5/13/21 Council Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council Executive Committee (6/15/21), City-County Homeless Issues Committee (6/7/21)
Body
WHEREAS, the City of Madison has established the following criteria for evaluating options in its search for a site for a shelter for individuals experiencing homelessness:
The site should be within a few blocks of seven-days-a-week bus service, with a preference for close proximity to BRT routes;
  • The site should be zoned for commercial or mixed use, and not adjacent to single-family homes;
  • The site should be greater than .5 mile from any schools or daycares;
  • The site should not be located in a Census tract identified as a location of concentrated poverty;
  • The site should include either an existing building or a lot large enough for new construction;
  • The site should include space for future expansion;
  • The site location should be within a walking distance of within 3.5 miles from the Beacon on East Washington; and
  • The site should be an active real estate listing that is vacant or soon-to-be-vacant.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Madison Common Council request City staff to provide a list of eligible sites and estimated cost based on this criteria and present it to the Common Council Executive Committee by June 15th and then provide regular monthly updates on the search for a shelter.

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Parks Long Range Planning Subcomittee: Details
3:00pm, Wednesday, May 19, 2021
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 5
Equity in Park Improvement Funding
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Board of Public Works: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, May 19, 2021
 
CHANGE ORDERS TO PUBLIC WORKS CONTRACTS
 
Agenda Item 3
Change order No.1 to Contract 8879, Tenney Park Pavilion Acoustical Plaster Ceiling, to Berglund Construction for an additional 217 days. (2nd AD)
REPORT BY CITY ENGINEERING
RECOMMEND APPROVAL
Change Order Description: Time extension to change the construction window timeline for work at the facility to June 27th, 2021 through July 16th, 2021 for on-site installation of the acoustical plaster ceiling.
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Economic Development: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, May 19, 2021
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 2
Providing Urban Community Arts Network, Ltd. (UCAN) a $20,000 grant for a "MadLit" program on the 100 Block of State Street using Small Business Equity and Recovery Program (SBER) funds and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement with UCAN for that purpose.
 
Agenda Item 3
Amending the 2021 adopted operating budget for CDA Redevelopment's purchased services by $100,000 and authorizing the Community Development Authority ("CDA") to manage the Madison Pop Up Shop Program ("Program"), utilizing up to $100,000 of 2021 Small Business Equity and Recovery ("SBER") Program Funds.
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 4
Discussion with entrepreneur of color business organizations regarding impacts of COVID-19
 
Agenda Item 5
Economic Development Division Staff Update regarding Small Business Equity & Recovery Program (SBER)
 
Agenda Item 6
Equitable Economic Response and Recovery
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Alcohol License Review Committee: Details
5:30, Wednesday, May 19, 2021
 
Changes of Agent
 
Agenda Item 10
Change of Agent Avenue Restaurant LLC • dba Avenue Club • 1128 East Washington Ave.
New Agent: Thomas Ray
Class B Combination Liquor & Beer
Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Heck)
 
New License - Public Hearing
 
Agenda Item 39
Public Hearing - New License
MacTaggart's Inc • dba MacTaggart's Market & Deli
230 W. Lakelawn Pl • Agent: Richard Schober
Class A Beer, Class A Liquor, Class A Cider
Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Heck) • Police Sector 403
Note: This item would add wine and cider sales to the existing license and the license would otherwise remain the same. If you have input on this matter, please email me at district2@cityofmadison.com.
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Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, May 20, 2021
 
DISCUSSION AND ACTION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 6
Review recommendations that came out of the equity analysis and plan for follow up.
 
Agenda Item 7
Discuss criteria for distributing future rent assistance funds and possible recommendations.
 
Agenda Item 8
Discuss how the City can discourage property owners from implementing late fees due to the COVID-19 crisis. 
 
Agenda Item 9
Discuss tenant protections from Associated Students of Madison recommendations.
 
Agenda Item 10
Discuss new State law changes related to tenant rights and if the Committee has a potential mitigating role.
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