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Alder Patrick W. Heck

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Alder Patrick W. Heck

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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
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Heck’s Updates

Updates & Week of Aug 9 Meetings of Interest for District 2

August 7, 2021 4:19 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 Update
 
1. COVID-19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION
 
 

Update on Eviction Moratorium Extension: On August 3, the CDC issued a new order extending the moratorium on evictions due to non-payment of rent through October 3. Dane County is currently at a substantial rate of community transmission, so the extension currently applies here in Dane County.  In order to qualify for protection under the Order, you will have to have served a declaration upon your landlord attesting to a number of facts. The Tenant Resource Center has a declaration tool you can use to determine whether you are eligible and send a declaration to your landlord. You also need to apply for government assistance available to you. TRC is currently administering the Dane CORE program, which allocates federal emergency rent assistance funds, and you can apply online. Urban Triage is currently providing assistance to people in completing applications and will be administering rental assistance funds, as well, next month. That information is available at their website.

Dane CORE Rental Assistance Program

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.

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

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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20 is Plenty – Neighborhood Street Speed Reduction Program Launches Aug. 9

The City of Madison launches Phase 1 of its new program, 20 is Plenty, on Monday, August 9th. The program aims to improve safety on Madison's neighborhood streets, by lowering the speed limit on residential streets from 25 mph to 20 mph.

20 is Plenty is a safety focused, data driven, program that considers 20 mph the appropriate speed for neighborhood streets. For the first phase of the new program, the Transportation Commission selected multiple streets in two areas based on crash data, street characteristics, existing safety improvements, and access to bike infrastructure and sidewalks. The streets selected are parts of the Tenney-Lapham and the Theresa-Hammersley neighborhoods.

"The City of Madison is taking a hard look at safety on our streets, especially when it comes to reducing the speeds that can cause serious harm to our residents," said Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway. "Our new 20 is Plenty program is part of our Vision Zero initiative, which will continue to use all available tools to make our streets safer, including improving infrastructure, reducing vehicle speeds and increasing safety education."

Madison's Vision Zero Initiative strives to improve pedestrian and bike safety for all users throughout the city, all in an effort to eliminate avoidable fatal crashes. Since 2009, crashes between vehicles and pedestrians have risen by 46% all across the United States, a trend that we do not want to see continue in Madison. Higher travel speeds directly impact the time it takes for a driver to react to changes in their environment, such as a child running into the street, increase the distance it takes for a vehicle to come to a complete stop, and cause more severe injuries or deaths when crashes do occur. This is why the 20 is Plenty program was developed, to address neighborhood streets safety. Madison joins many other cities across the country, including New York City, Seattle, Portland, and Minneapolis, who are lowering speed limits to increase road user safety.

Additional information about the program may be found on the 20 is Plenty webpage, or under projects on the Vision Zero website.

Note: The area in which the speed limit will be reduced to 20mph in Tenney Lapham is bound by E. Johnson and E. Washington between N. Blair and the Yahara River. This program applies only to residential streets, so on bordering arterial streets (E. Johnson, E. Wash, and N. Blair) speed limits will remain at 25mph.

From Governing.com: Vehicles Are Still Firmly in Control of City Streets

"Surveys show Americans want more walkable cities and bike riding continues to grow. Yet urban streets are still designed and used like highways. Change is happening, but at a very slow pace, says urban expert Jeff Speck."  Read more here.

As Madison works to address traffic violence, reduce our reliance on cars and trucks, and boost use of our bus system, bikes, and walking, we need to recognize the political obstacles that are in our way and devise ways to work around them.

As you may have read in "Useful Links" above, the E. Gorham Street resurfacing project and bike lane installation between N. Few and N. Brearly Streets are effectively complete, which is fantastic news, but I'm already receiving reports that some drivers are treating the new and improved road surface as an invitation to drive at excessive speeds. City Engineering installed curb bumpouts and better crosswalk markings as part of the resurfacing project, but apparently that may not be enough. Personally, I favor returning both E. Johnson and E. Gorham to two-way streets, but doing so has not been particularly popular with Traffic Engineering and some neighbors. As stated in the article linked above, two-way traffic could be a big help safety-wise and also keep many drivers from diverting to Gorham and Johnson when avoiding E. Washington. Hopefully, the two-way discussion can start again.

Road Closed Sign

North Brearly Closed at E. Wash on Aug. 13 and 14

The University of Wisconsin Stout's Industrial Design (Product Design) program and DELVE design are hosting a pop-up design event on August 13 and 14 at the DELVE studios at 1010 East Washington Avenue. They have a permit to close off the south end of Brearly Street where it meets East Washington Avenue from 12 noon on Friday, August 13 until 5:00pm on Saturday August 14. The event showcases the impact of Industrial Design on Wisconsin's Culture, Commerce, Community and Brand- Past, Present and Future.

Aug. 5 Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra Neighborhood Meeting

On Thursday, August 5, I hosted a virtual neighborhood meeting to kick off Tenney-Lapham's consideration of the proposed redevelopment of a portion of the 1100 block of E. Washington (between N. Ingersoll and N. Few Streets). The Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra proposes to redevelop a portion of that block that includes the parcels currently owned by the Avenue Club and its parking lots. A recording of the meeting is available here.

The Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood Association will now be forming a steering committee for the project. If you'd like to participate, please email mjconlin@gmail.com or you can email me and I'll forward your info to TLNA.

Note that the concepts presented at the Aug. 5 meeting are preliminary and subject to change. Those concepts included a three-story building with surface parking lots on the west and east sides. As it stands, the Urban Design Commission, Plan Commission, and Common Council will be approving bodies on varying aspects of the redevelopment. No applications have been filed with the city, but I'll keep you posted about the proposal's status, city meetings, and TLNA steering committee meetings.

New District 2 Liquor License Application

The French House at 633 N. Frances Street has applied for a Class C Wine license. They are holding an informational session at the French House on Monday, August 9 at 4pm so that neighbors and others who have questions or input can discuss the application. The application is to allow sales of wine by the glass at their longstanding dinners on Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm and 4:30pm to 7pm, respectively. If you have questions or input, you can email French House Director Anne Theobald (director@uwfrenchhouse.org), but you are also welcome to email me at district2@cityofmadison.com.

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Announcing 5 Downtown Madison Night Markets for 2021

  • Thursday, August 19
  • Thursday, September 16
  • Friday, October 22
  • Thursday, November 18
  • Thursday, December 16

The Market is presented by Madison's Central Business Improvement District (BID) in partnership with the City of Madison. From 4pm – 9pm everyone is invited to come downtown to shop and celebrate all things Madison. Learn more about the market at MadisonNightMarket.com 

Aug. 18 Neighborhood Meeting - St John's Church Redevelopment Proposal

On August 18 at 7pm, I will host a virtual neighborhood meeting to get a first look at early concepts that St. John's Lutheran Church is considering for redeveloping their property at 322 E. Washington. Reportedly, St. John's will have locations for worship and other services on the site, but plans to add a form of affordable housing and underground parking. They are working with Mark and Brad Binkowski of Urban Land Interests for the redevelopment proposal. James Madison Park District of Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc., will form a steering committee after the August 18 meeting to further evaluate the proposal and provide input to the development team.

Register in advance for this meeting here. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

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From MPD: Speed & Seatbelt Enforcement - E Washington Ave

On Thursday, 7/29/21, Officers from the Madison Police Department conducted an enhanced enforcement project on E Washington Ave, near the intersection with Ingersoll St.  During the project officers focused on speeding and other hazardous driving behaviors.

During just two hours of enforcement officers stopped 13 vehicles, all of which were traveling at least 15 MPH over the posted speed limit (25 MPH).  The highest speed stopped was for traveling 53 MPH.

Please slow down, traveling 25 MPH not only reduces injuries but makes crashes much less likely to occur in the first place. These additional enforcement efforts are made possible through traffic overtime grants provided by the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, and conducted in partnership with the Dane County Sheriff's Office.

Bus

From Madison Metro: August Service Updates

The following changes will be implemented on Sunday, August 22.

  • Route 10 - Route suspended
  • Route 27 - Route suspended
  • Route 28 - modified Route 28 will serve Eken Park residents.
  • Route 38 - weekday route restored with added mid-day service.
  • Routes 8, 12, 15, 70 & 72 - moved from State St. to W. Washington Ave.
  • Route 6/ 26 - schedule adjustment for transfer at East Towne
  • Route 81 - Bus stop shifted from Franklin to Blair
  • Various Bus Stop Changes

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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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Finance Committee: Details
4:30pm, Monday, August 9, 2021
 
ITEMS TO BE CONSIDERED
 
Agenda Item 1
Submitting the appointment of Matthew W. Tucker for confirmation of a five-year term as the Building Inspection Division Director. 
 
Agenda Item 6
SUBSTITUTE - Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement (IGA) with the Dane County for a grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE) which will fund a joint Dane County-City of Madison-Slipstream energy efficiency field validation effort to upgrade windows and lighting controls on one façade of the City-County Building (CCB) and then document the associated energy savings and related benefits.
 
Agenda Item 7
SUBSTITUTE - Approving the City of Madison's application to the Wisconsin Public Service Commission's (PSC) Energy Innovation Grant Program for the project "Energy Efficiency in Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing: Implementing Efficient Building Technologies and Preserving Affordable Housing"; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the associated grant agreement with the PSC; and, accepting the grant award of $246,595 in state funding.
 
Agenda Item 8
Amending the 2021 Sustainability Improvements capital project budget to add $61,786 of grant funding, approving the City of Madison's application to the Energy Innovation grant program through the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN) for project "Alternative Solar Financing for Multifamily Housing", and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the associated grant Memorandum of Understanding with USDN.
 
Agenda Item 9
Resolution to amend the sole source contract with Sustain Dane to administer the Energy Efficiency in Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing project to include additional grant funding of $10,000 from Healthy Babies Bright Futures and $61,786 from the Urban Sustainability Directors Network (USDN).
 
Agenda Item 15
Amending the Police Department's 2021 Operating Budget; and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a FY2021 USDOJ Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant for $101,346, a 2020 Project Safe Neighborhoods grant from the Wisconsin Department of Justice for $16,271 and to utilize these funds to support several law enforcement initiatives; and to use up to $25,000 in 2020 PSN funds awarded to the Dane County Narcotics Task Force for MPD officer overtime.
 
Agenda Item 19
Authorizing the execution of a loan agreement to fund a $2,100,000 Tax Incremental Finance Loan to Madison Interstate East, LLC or its assigns within the proposed TID #49 (Femrite Drive) boundary along the Interstate 90/94 corridor within the TID #49 boundary.
 
Agenda Item 20
Amending RES-21-00148 Approving a Development Agreement for the sale and redevelopment of 1402 South Park Street, commonly known as Truman Olson, Rescinding RES-2100485 Authorizing a Grant to Luna's Grocery, and Amending the 2021 Adopted Capital Budget to Provide a Four Million Seven Hundred Thousand ($4,700,000) Commitment to Purchase the Grocery Condominium Unit. (13th A.D.)
 
Agenda Item 21
SUBSTITUTE BY TITLE ONLY Approving recommendations from the Community Development Division to select community organizations that will partner with the City to administer funds and provide services under Dane CORE 2.0, a federally funded program designed to offer emergency rental assistance to eligible tenant households, and provide related services that promote housing stability, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with the selected agencies to carry out the intent of this resolution.
 
Agenda Item 22
Accepting the Community Development Division's (CDD) Prevention, Crisis, and Intervention policy paper and directing CDD to conduct a Request for Proposal (RFP) process, and formulate funding allocation recommendations to the Mayor and Common Council, for approval, and use of funds to take effect on January 1, 2022. 
Fiscal Note
The 2021 Adopted Operating Budget includes more than $2 million in funding for the four existing programs mentioned in the paper-Access to Resources, Crisis Support Services, Peer Support, and Restorative Justice. The Community Development Division will conduct an RFP process to allocate the 2022 funding as recommended by the policy paper. The amount of funding will be determined by the 2022 Adopted Operating Budget.
 
Agenda Item 23
Authorizing the City of Madison to accept a pass-thru CDBG-CV grant award of up to $493,377 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with agencies to provide public service activities using the CDBG-CV funds; and amending the Community Development Division's 2021 Adopted Operating Budget to reflect receipt of these funds and commensurate expenditures.
Partial Fiscal Note:
This Resolution proposes to amend the Community Development Division's 2021 Adopted Operating Budget to recognize receipt of additional CARES Act (CDBG-CV2) grant revenues in the form of a pass-thru allocation via the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration, along with their commensurate expenditures, as follows:
  • Revenue: +$493,376.92
  • Purchased Services: +$493,376.92
CLOSED SESSION
 
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 24
Discussion of potential property acquisitions and finance structures related to addressing homelessness
 
END OF CLOSED SESSION
 
Agenda Item 25
2021 Operating Budget: 2nd Quarter Projection Analysis
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Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, August 9, 2021
 
PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
Conditional Use Requests & Demolition Permits 
 
Agenda Item 7
2222 E Washington Avenue; 12th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in a Campus-Institutional (CI) District without a campus master plan for additions to an existing building that exceed 4,000 square feet in floor area; and consideration of a conditional use in a CI District without a campus master plan for the establishment, improvement, or modification of a secondary use occurring outside of an enclosed building, all to allow construction of additions to East High School as well as site changes, including the addition of a new turf football field.
Note: This item is in regard to proposed additions and renovations to East High. The letter of intent and other materials can be found here.
 
Zoning Text Amendment
 
Note: Ald. Brian Benford, Dist. 6, sponsored the text amendment ordinance, which was introduced at the July 6, 2021 Common Council meeting. However, following a July 29 neighborhood meeting, Ald. Benford has requested that the proposed amendment be placed on file without prejudice.
 
Agenda Item 14
Creating Section 28.134(6) of the Madison General Ordinances to create the Williamson Street Maximum Building Heights.
Note: The proposed building height maxima and other materials can be found here. This change to the zoning ordinance would implement the height maxima that were recommended in the Williamson Street Build II Plan from 2004. As mentioned above, Alder Benford who is the sponsor of the proposed change, has asked that it be placed on file without prejudice meaning that it will not be considered but could be revived at a later date.
 
SECRETARY'S REPORT
 
- Upcoming Plan Commission Matters
– August 23, 2021
- 1858-1890 E Washington Avenue - Demolition Permit, Conditional Use and Certified Survey Map Referral - Demolish commercial center and auto repair facility to construct six-story mixed-use building with 15,000 sq. ft. of comm. space and 290 apartments on one lot (Request for relief from July 26 conditions of approval)
 
- Upcoming Matters – September 20, 2021
- 114 W Wilson Street/ 115 W Doty Street/ 215 S Hamilton Street - Amended PD(GDP-SIP) - Renovation of Dane County Public Safety Building and construction of a seven-story, 280,000 sq. ft. jail addition along W Wilson Street
- 341 State Street, 317-321 W Gorham Street and 322 W Johnson Street - UMX and DC to PD(GDP-SIP), Demolition Permit, and Certified Survey Map Referral - Demolish four commercial buildings to construct a ten-story mixed-use building with 386 dwelling units and 23,229 square feet of retail space; create one lot for mixed-use development
- Zoning Text Amendment - Create Section 28.101, Mission Camp (MC) District, amend Section 28.211 to define Mission Camp, and amend Section 28.151 to provide supplemental regulations for Mission Camps
- Zoning Text Amendment - Create Sec. 28.070, Tiny House Village (THV) District, amend Sec. 28.061, Table 28D-2, to include the THV District and specific uses within that district, amend Sec. 28.211, Definitions, to create a definition of Tiny House Village and Tiny House, and amend Sec. 28.151, Supplemental Regulations, to provide regulations for Tiny House Villages
- Zoning Text Amendment - Amend Section 28.151, Supplemental Regulations, Portable Shelter Mission, to allow a governmental entity to establish a portable shelter mission and to update references to the Wisconsin Administrative Code and amend Chapter 28, Tables 28C-1, 28D-2, 28E-2, 28F-1, and 28G-1 to allow Portable Shelter Mission as a permitted accessory use in all zoning districts
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Police and Fire Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, August 9, 2021
 
FIRE DEPARTMENT DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 4
Update on 2021 Fire Department Hiring Process
 
POLICE DEPARTMENT DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 10
Update on 2021 Town of Madison Police Hiring Timeline/Process
 
Agenda Item 11
Update on 2021 Accelerated Academy; consideration and potential action on eligibility list
 
Agenda Item 12
Update on 2021 Pre-Service Academy Hiring Process Timeline
 
Agenda Item 13
Update on 2022 Pre-Service Academy Hiring Process Timeline
 
COMMISSION PROCESSES DISCUSSION
 
Agenda Item 15
Potential Equity Review of Commission Processes
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Public Safety Review Committee Budget Subcommittee: Details
2:00pm, Tuesday, August 10, 2021
 
NEW BUSINESS/DISCUSSION ITEM
 
Agenda Item 1
Review of Police Budget Report draft and plan to obtain additional information 
 
Agenda Item 2
Review of Fire Budget Report and plan to obtain additional information
 
Agenda Item 4
Planning for public hearing on reports
 
Agenda Item 5
Consider any recommendations from Budget Subcommittee to PSRC
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Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, August 11, 2021
 
ITEMS TO BE DISCUSSED
 
Agenda Item 3
Quarterly Updates from Metro, Traffic Engineering and Parking
30 mins
 
Agenda Item 4
Quarterly Traffic Safety Report
30 mins
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Public Safety Review Committee: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, August 11, 2021
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 2
Chronic Nuisance Reports/Letters from the City Attorney's Office to the PSRC. Letters received would be looked at through the lens of racial equity.
 
Agenda Item 3
Reindahl Park and Homeless Issues - Discussion
Continued discussion from the July meeting regarding Reindahl Park
Note: This item is primarily related to MPD services and interactions at the park.
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 4
Amending the Police Department's 2021 Operating Budget; and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a FY2021 USDOJ Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant for $101,346, a 2020 Project Safe Neighborhoods grant from the Wisconsin Department of Justice for $16,271 and to utilize these funds to support several law enforcement initiatives; and to use up to $25,000 in 2020 PSN funds awarded to the Dane County Narcotics task force for MPD officer overtime
 
FIRE REPORT
 
Agenda Item 6
Fire Department share how RESJII is utilized within their departments.
 
POLICE REPORT
 
Agenda Item 8
Report from the Madison Police Department including information on recent gun violence.
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Board of Park Commissioners: Details
6:30pm, Wednesday, August 11, 2021
 
REPORTS
 
Agenda Item 6
Superintendent of Parks
 
Agenda Item 7
August 2021 Superintendent's Report
RECOMMEND ACCEPTANCE OF THE REPORT
Note: The Superintendent's Report can be found here.
 
Agenda Item 9 NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 10
Parks Equity in Action Plan Update
INFORMATIONAL
 
Agenda Item 13
Creating Subdivision 8.24(1)(jj) of the Madison General Ordinances to Ban Alcohol at Reindahl Park.
DISCUSSION AND POSSIBLE RECOMMENDATION
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Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee: Details
4:00pm, Thursday, August 12, 2021
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 2
Redistricting Process
- Background Information
- Redistricting Criteria
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Community Development Authority: Details
4:30pm, Thursday, August 12, 2021
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
Agenda Item 4
CDA Resolution #4455 - Authorizing the CDA to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Dane County Housing Authority and the Dane County Homeless Services Consortium for the administration of the Emergency Housing Voucher program.
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 7
Report on Public Housing Post-Eviction Moratorium Plan.
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Equal Opportunities Commission: Details
5:00pm, Thursday, August 12, 2021
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 2
Directing City Staff to Enforce Ordinances Within Reindahl Park
The Commission has invited Jim O'Keefe from CDA to attend and answer questions.
 
Agenda Item 3
City Fair Housing RFP The Commission has received an update from Linette Rhodes on this item.
 
Agenda Item 4
Truth and Listening Proposal
The Exec Committee has referred this to the full EOC to decide on choice of language and how to approach the community about this process. The Exec Committee has recommended the EOC create a small Committee to work on developing this process and creating a model that works for the community.
 
Agenda Item 5
Housing Issues in Madison: What can the EOC do and who can they partner with to address the continuing problems?
Chez Ordonez from Regalis Management has asked how his organization can support the EOC in their goal to partner with other municipalities to address continuing housing issues in Madison
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