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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 Sept. 20 Meetings of Interest for District 2

September 19, 2021 3:42 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


From Public Health Madison & Dane County:

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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Breese Stevens Field

Breese Stevens Open Monday, Sept. 20, for Community Field Time

Breese Stevens Field will be open to the public on Monday, September 20th from 9:00am-5:00pm with no admission fee! They will have soccer goals out for use, as well as a few yard games. Attendees will also be welcome to just come and read a book on the turf!  Please note that the concession stand will not be open. 

District 2 Current Map

Redistricting 2021 Is Happening NOW; District 2 Included

The City of Madison's Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee is seeking feedback from the public on two scenarios for alder redistricting.

District 2 Expected to Change

Most alder districts are anticipated to change/shift, particularly due to population growth in the center of the city and on the outskirts. In the current alder district map above, you can see that District 2 will need to shrink by about 1,500 residents, so some areas of our neighborhoods are likely to end up in other alder districts. Complicating any redrawing and shifting is District 4, which encompasses much of downtown and will need to reduce by about 5,000 residents, and District 8, which is overpopulated by more than 1,900. The interplay between the districts that need to loose population and those that need to gain population is complex, but generally the redistricting committee has an eye out for increasing equity while keeping communities of interest together.

One of the two scenarios includes splitting the Tenney-Lapham Neighborhood in two with the eastern half moving to District 12, currently represented by Syed Abbas. Both scenarios include District 2 shifting a bit to the west by adding more student neighborhoods and/or more of State Street. Both options include District 2 losing other eastern neighborhoods, including possibly Sherman Terrace Condos, the River's Edge complex and other apartments along Fordem Ave.

The primary opportunity for residents to provide their thoughts and feedback on alder redistricting is the week of September 20th, through a variety of methods:

  • Visit any City of Madison library, where redistricting scenario maps will be displayed alongside comment forms from September 20th to the 26th. Redistricting staff will be available at select libraries during certain times of the week – visit the redistricting web page for details.
  • Visit the City's online interactive redistricting map to provide comments on redistricting scenarios.
  • Attend a virtual redistricting informational meeting on September 22nd at noon or 6 p.m. Redistricting scenarios can be reviewed on the redistricting web page, which also has meeting registration links.

Interested residents may also register to speak at an upcoming Redistricting Committee meeting. With the short timeline for redistricting, interested residents should make sure their voice is heard now! 

Redistricting Informational Meeting #1 (Virtual)
Wednesday, September 22 , 12-1pm
Meeting Link

Redistricting Informational Meeting #2 (Virtual)
Wednesday, September 22, 6-7pm
Meeting Link

Note that the redistricting process is compressed due to the COVID-delayed release of 2020 Census data. The Redistricting Committee will make a recommendation to the City Council on October 7th to allow the Council to hold a public hearing and approve a redistricting plan on November 2nd. This will allow the County to approve their supervisory district plan before nomination papers are circulated by candidates running for office in the Spring 2022 election.

Metro Bus

Transit Network Redesign: Public Meeting Sept. 23

Metro's Network Redesign project has moved into Phase 2 - examining the transit network alternatives. Input received from the first phase of the project was used to develop two contrasting network alternatives, the Ridership Alternative and Coverage Alternative. These alternatives are not proposals, but are intended to show the extremes of what might be possible in our community.

Public Information Meeting

Attend a virtual public information meeting on Thursday, Sept. 23 at 6 p.m.

More Information

Streets Division

Brush Collection Ending and Fall Yard Waste Collection Underway

Brush collection is ending and may have ended already for your street. Find more info here. Please visit this website to learn your City leaf collection dates and how to prepare your yard waste.

In addition, the leaves are already falling and our lakes need your help to remove them. When leaves are left in the street during rainfall, they create "leaf tea", which is one of the worst sources of active phosphorus pollution in our lakes. Rain washes the abundant nutrients into our beloved lakes, where it causes excessive algae and weed growth. We are asking for your assistance. In addition to properly disposing of your own yard waste, please pledge to keep the leaves in front of your property off of the streets and gutters.   Don't wait for a street cleaner to remove them - if you see leaves in the street, broom or rake the leaves off the street onto the grass for later collection.

Remember, just one pound of phosphorous from decomposing leaves can generate 500 pounds of lake weeds!

Shared Streets Update - Delayed Until Next Year
From City Traffic Engineering:

Unfortunately the Shared Streets planned for implementation on E. Mifflin St. and Sherman Ave.will not be happening in 2021. The City did not have the resources to reinstall these two locations and it is now getting very late in the year for installation. However, a Shared Street is still planned for both locations for 2022. In addition, an evaluation of the traffic concerns is still planned so that appropriate infrastructure changes can be piloted in the future that will address traffic safety issues at these locations.

Metro Rapid

BRT Community Meeting - 30% Project Design

Mark Your Calendars: Wednesday, September 29 - 6 p.m.

Staff will present the 30% design drawings for the east-west MetroRAPID Red Line. See proposed runningway improvements and station area plans in more detail, share comments and ask questions.

Meeting Zoom link


Improved Dane CORE Rental Assistance Launched

Good News from the Tenant Resource Center: TRC has ~$58,000.00 available in security deposit funds!!

Not as Good News:  The funds all must be allocated by the month end (Sept 30) AND they come with rigid federal requirements and a large amount of paperwork BUT it's what we have and we are eager to get these out into the community before they expire!

Visit the TRC Security Deposit Pre-Screening Form to learn if you are eligible.

Also, the Dane CORE Emergency Rental Assistance program 2.0, an expanded program to keep every household in Dane County safely and stably housed, has launched.  What this means for the program is that:

  • More funding is available than before – and for more than just back-owed rent. The program has expanded to fund utility assistance, internet assistance, and prioritizing forward rent and security deposit assistance to our most vulnerable community members.
  • Many dedicated community partners are working on this project. In the City of Madison, the Community Action Coalition of South Central Wisconsin (CAC), Meadowood Health Partnership, FOSTER of Dane County and African Center for Community Development are working with residents to navigate this process. Outside the City, Urban Triage continues their work on this program in providing resources to residents in navigating applications from start to finish. Their priority is to ensure community members stay safely housed as we continue to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Tenants need to understand their rights. Eviction is a formal legal process that a landlord must follow in order to force someone from their property. In Wisconsin, however, only the courts can order someone be removed from their home. Information explaining eviction rights for tenants in Dane County can be found in English here and in Spanish here.



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.
Task Force on Structure of City Government Ad Hoc Final Report Implementation Work Group: Details
1:00pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Committee of the Whole meeting related to size and shape of Common Council, and appointments and chair of boards, committees, and commissions
Agenda Item 4
Continue Discussion of TFOGS Recommendations
President's Work Group on Environmental Justice: Details
3:30pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Addressing F-35 Noise Impacts
a. Discussion Item: Impacted Parcels
b. Discussion Item: Moratorium Timeline & Action Steps
c. Discussion Item: Options for Regulating New Residential Construction
d. Discussion Item: Public Outreach
Landmarks Commission: Details
5:00pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Note: Item 2 should be referred to a future meeting, date unspecified, at the request of the applicant.
Agenda Item 2
Review of Landmark Nomination for the Wonder Bar (222 E Olin Ave); 14th Ald. Dist.
Agenda Item 6
Section 106 Consulting Party Review - Proposed Bus Rapid Transit Project
Transportation Policy and Planning Board: Details
5:00pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Director's Report
Note: Report can be found here.
Agenda Item 5
Executive Capital Budget Highlights
Agenda Item 6
BRT Economic Brief Sheet
Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Zoning Map Amendment & Related Requests
Note: Items 7-9 should be referred to October 4, 2021 at the request of the applicant. 
Agenda Item 7
Creating Section 28.022-00515 of the Madison General Ordinances to rezone properties located at 341 State Street, 317-321 West Gorham Street and 322 West Johnson Street, 4th Aldermanic District, from UMX (Urban Mixed Use) and DC (Downton Core) Districts to PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan) and creating Section 28.022-00516 to approve a Specific Implementation Plan.
Agenda Item 8
341 State Street, 315-321 W Gorham Street, and 322 W Johnson Street, 4th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish four commercial buildings as part of a proposed mixed-use redevelopment in the [proposed] Planned Development District.
Agenda Item 9
Approving a Certified Survey Map on lands owned by Urban Land Interests, 322 W Johnson Street, LLP, and McCaughey Development Associates, LLP located at 341 State Street, 315, 317 and 321 W Gorham Street and 322 W Johnson Street; 4th Ald. Dist. 
Zoning Text Amendments
Agenda Item 15
SUBSTITUTE - Repealing and recreating Section 28.185 to remove consideration of proposed future use for demolition applications and create limited administrative approval for some demolition categories.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck, Lindsay Lemmer, Satya V. Rhodes-Conway
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This ordinance repeals and recreates the existing demolition ordinance, maintaining most of the same approval process but with two notable differences:
First, the new ordinance retains the requirement that the Plan Commission approve the demolition, but removes consideration of the proposed future use. This change is because using a demolition ordinance to deny an otherwise permitted use is likely illegal and using the demolition ordinance to review an otherwise conditional use is redundant. Zoning is a legislative power. Like other cities in Wisconsin, Madison regulates land use in districts through a mix of permitted and conditional uses. Madison's Zoning Code defines a Permitted Use as one "which may be lawfully established in a particular district or districts, provided it conforms with all requirements and regulations of the district in which such use is located." Regarding permitted uses, the Wisconsin Supreme Court has recognized that "permitted uses...allow a landowner to use his or her of right... and that rights of ownership and use of property have long been recognized by this state and constitutionally protected." The Office of the City Attorney recommends the ordinance be changed to remove the consideration of proposed future permitted uses from the demolition ordinance in order to avoid future legal challenges.
The same constitutional analysis does not apply to the consideration of proposed future conditional uses because conditional uses are not "by right" uses. However, conditional uses are already separately reviewed by the Plan Commission pursuant to MGO § 28.183. Accordingly, providing for separate review of conditional uses under the demolition ordinance is redundant.
Second, the new ordinance creates an avenue for the City to allow administrative approval of demolitions under certain circumstances. All demolition permits will continue to be reviewed by the Landmarks Commission for as a required threshold, regardless if they go to the Planning Commission or administrative review. The new ordinance creates Subsection (8), which creates an avenue for the City to allow administrative approval of demolition under certain circumstances. Proposed Sub. (1)-(3) are demolitions that already are essentially allowed administrative approval under the current ordinance. Sub. (4) provides for administrative approval for demolitions where the resulting project will include city-funded affordable housing. Most significantly, this section creates a provision where more administrative approvals could be added as deemed appropriate by policy makers.
This substitute incorporates staff feedback clarifying ordinance language, eliminating internal redundancies and editing for format and typos. In addition, it includes in this historic value assessment archeology in recognition that the historic value of the property might be a burial site, not a structure. Most of Madison's archeological properties have tribal associations and due to forced relocation, tribes largely do not have the ability to be involved with commenting on projects that impact where their family is buried. The preservation review is one way to engage with tribal partners and give them a voice in this process for sacred sites that we forcefully took away from them.
President's Work Group on Racial Justice, Antiracism and Equity: Details
6:00pm, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021
Agenda Item 2
Municipal Experiences with Participatory Budgeting
City of Durham, NC
City of Seattle, WA
Agenda Item 3
Discussion: Participatory Budgeting Through a Social Justice Lens
Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, Sept. 21, 2021
Agenda Item 1
In Recognition and Appreciation of Distinguished Service of Long-Time MPO Board Member Ed Minihan and Honoring his Memory
Agenda Item 2
Honoring Briarpatch Youth Services on its 50th Anniversary
Agenda Item 3
Recognizing September 15, 2021, through October 15, 2021, as Hispanic Heritage Month
Agenda Item 4
Recognizing National Voter Registration Day, National Voter Education Week, and Election Hero Day
At this time, a consent agenda will be moved with the recommended action listed for each item EXCEPT:
1) items which have registrants wishing to speak. 2) items which require an extraordinary (roll call) vote and are not included on the consent agenda by unanimous consent. 3) items which alderperson(s) have separated out for discussion/debate purposes.
Agenda Item 6
2022 Executive Capital Budget
Recent Legislative History
9/14/21 FINANCE COMMITTEE    Refer For Public Hearing to the COMMON COUNCIL
Note: No action or discussion of the Executive Capital Budget will take place at this meeting, but public comment can be made. The next step in the budget process is Finance Committee considering amendments to the Executive Capital Budget at their September 27 meeting. All materials for the Capital Budget are here and the agency budgets can also be found here.
Agenda Item 8
Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 9-21-2021; action 10-5-2021).
Recent Legislative History
9/15/21 Mayor's Office    Referred for Introduction
Confirm 10/5/2021
Note: This item includes the following:
SUJATA GAUTAM (2nd A.D.) - reappoint to a three-year term to the position of Member. First appointed 2-4-2020.
TERM EXPIRES: 6-30-2023
MICHELLE L. QUIGLEY (2nd A.D.) - reappoint to a three-year term to the position of Technical Advisor-Non-Voting. First appointed 9-3-2019.
TERM EXPIRES: 6-1-2024
Agenda Item 9
Submitting the appointment of Norman D. Davis for confirmation of a five-year term as the Civil Rights Director
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 10
Submitting the appointment of Maribeth L. Witzel-Behl for confirmation of a five-year term as the City Clerk.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 13
Repealing Section 7.36(7) of the Madison General Ordinances and creating Section 27.05(2)(cc) of the Madison General Ordinances to reflect current manner of garbage carts, garbage handling and garbage container storage.
Recent Legislative History
A motion was made by Louis J. Olson to approve with the recommendation that clarification is made on item one referring only to corner lots, and the definition of adjacent is added; seconded by Randall V. Baldwin. The motion passed on a unanimous vote.
Partial Drafter's Analyis
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: This amendment is updated to reflect the current manner of garbage carts and garbage handling by the City as well as simplify and clarify where garbage and recycling carts must be stored when not out for collection.
Note: The full text can be obtained here. The most impactful proposed change is that garbage/recycling carts could also be stored on the side of buildings.
Agenda Item 22
Establishing Purpose Built Fulltime Men's Shelter Search Criteria
Recent Legislative History
8/30/21 CITY-COUNTY HOMELESS ISSUES COMMITTEE    Return to Lead with the Recommendation to Place on File to the COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Note: The Common Council Executive Committee voted 4-3 to recommend to Common Council that this item be placed this item on file. I voted with the majority because city staff and other stakeholders have already been working hard for many months to identify appropriate sites for the permanent men's shelter. While most of the suggested criteria are being followed by staff, they need flexibility to consider sites that may not meet all of the them. In addition, some of the criteria could be considered problematic in some situations, so I believe it is best for Common Council to let staff due their work in collaboration with alders on prospective sites. The City-County Homeless Issues Committee also voted to recommend that this item be placed on file.
Agenda Item 24
Amending Sections 2.01 and 2.15 of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify the process for designating a location and the means of conducting individual Common Council meetings.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Note: This item will be considered by the Common Council Executive Committee on 9/21/2021 and a recommendation will be made from the floor.
Partial Body:
These ordinance amendments allow Common Council meetings to be held in-person or telephonically or electronically based upon a determination of the Mayor and Council President, subject to a vote of the Common Council.
Agenda Item 27
ALTERNATE: A resolution to provide a plan for wage increase parity to general municipal employees.
Recent Legislative History
Note: The full text of this item can be found here. While I support wage equity for non-represented city employees, the methods for getting there are tricky and I am hesitant to commit to matching any future raises obtained by protective services employees. MPD and MFD have fully recognized unions and labor agreements with the City due to exemptions in 2011's heinous Act 10, so the City must accept any negotiated raises or those raises determined through mediation or arbitration for MPD and MFD. The City's financial situation is precarious, as always and particularly due to federal COVID funding being one-time influxes, so I hesitate to commit to matching additional and undefined raises in future years, although I hope we can do so.
Agenda Item 37
SUBSTITUTE Amending the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget to transfer funds within agency budgets based on projected spending through the 2nd Quarter of 2021; authorizing a distribution from the residual incremental tax revenues of Tax Increment District 25; transferring federal American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds to the General Fund and Monona Terrace; and addressing a deficit in the Room Tax Fund
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 44
Accepting additional Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds from the U.S. Treasury Department, awarded under the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021, to sustain efforts to prevent evictions and promote housing stability for eligible households in Dane County affected by the COVID-19 pandemic; amending the Community Development Division's 2021 Operating Budget to reflect receipt and use of these funds; and authorizing an amendment to the contract between the City of Madison and Benevate, Inc., which governs the use of Benevate's Neighborly Software system in administering Federal Emergency Rental Assistance Program funds provided to the City.
Recent Legislative History
Agenda Item 55
Calling for a Fair and Fast Union Election for Nurses at University of Wisconsin Health to Ensure Quality Patient Care 
Recent Legislative History
8/31/21 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to a future Meeting to Adopt to the COMMON COUNCIL
Common Council (9/21/21)
Agenda Item 56
Creating Section 23.66 of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit removing or disabling a cat's claws by performing a declawing procedure, and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to update and revise bail deposits for violations thereof, and amending Section 1.08(4) to provide Director of Public Health Madison Dane County enforcement authority to issue citations for violations thereof.
Recent Legislative History
9/8/21 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction Board of Health for Madison and Dane County
Agenda Item 59
Creating Section 28.022-00517 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 3202 Dairy Drive, 16th Aldermanic District, from IL (Industrial Limited) District to MC (Mission Camp) District.
Legislative History
9/14/21 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission; Public Hearings: Plan Commission (10/18/21), Common Council (11/2/21)
Note: This item would rezone this property to Mission Camp, a recently created Zoning District. If the zoning is changed, this would make a planned city-constructed encampment at this site a conforming use.
Agenda Item 65
Authorizing a $400,000 award of American Rescue Plan Act Local Fiscal Recovery Funds to the Madison Public Market Foundation, Inc. and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement for Operating Costs Related to the Madison Public Market Project.
Legislative History
9/14/21 Economic Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/27/21)
Agenda Item 66
Authorizing the City's execution of a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of Madison and Danlilly, LLC, or their successors and assigns, for the purchase of the property located at 1902 Bartillon Drive in the City of Madison to provide the City with both short-term and long-term options to address homelessness.(17th A.D.)
Legislative History
9/14/21 Economic Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/27/21), City-County Homelessness Issues Committee (10/4/21)
Fiscal Note
Agenda Item 69
A Resolution amending the 2021 Public Health Operating Budget to accept $3,339,800 from the WI Department of Health Services American Rescue Plan Act funding to support ongoing COVID-19 Response and Recovery Efforts
Legislative History
9/15/21 Health Department    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee
Agenda Item 70
Increasing staff for Public Health Madison and Dane County to support ongoing COVID-19 response and recovery
Legislative History
9/15/21 Health Departmentt    Referred for Introduction
Finance Commitee
Fiscal Note
Agenda Item 71
Extending the deadline to apply and pay for certain street vending and sidewalk café licenses for the 2022-2023 street vending season.
Legislative History
9/14/21 Economic Development Division   Referred for Introduction
Common Council to adopt on 10/5/21.
Fiscal Note
No City appropriation required.
Agenda Item 72
Authorizing the City's execution of a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of Madison and BIP Enterprises, LLC, or their successors and assigns, for the purchase of the property located at 2002 Zeier Road (the "Property") in the City of Madison for use as a temporary men's homeless shelter and as a long-term site for redevelopment. (17th A.D.)
Legislative History
9/14/21 Economic Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/27/21), City-County Homelessness Issues Committee (10/4/21)
Fiscal Note
Note: While this location was earlier considered and rejected by Common Council as a site for a permanent men's shelter, it is now being considered for purchase as a temporary men's homeless shelter and later as a site for redevelopment. The permanent men's shelter site is anticipated to be located elsewhere. City staff are currently exploring other locations for that permanent shelter with decisions expected shortly.
Agenda Item 73
Authorizing the Transit General Manager to file an application for a Section 5304 Planning grant with Wisconsin Department of Transportation and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute the associated grant agreement with WISDOT and the 13(c) agreement with Teamsters Local No. 695.
Legislative History
9/14/21 Metro Transit    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Commission; Finance Committee
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes the application and execution of a grant agreement with the Wisconsin Department of Transportation. If awarded, these funds would be used to conduct an onboard survey to obtain data that will inform decisions on routing and scheduling. The total cost of the survey project is $400,000. The proposed grant would cover 80% of the project costs. Metro Transit included the entire cost of the survey project in their 2022 Operating Budget request supported by local funds. Awarding of the grant will create savings within the agency's 2022 budget request.
Urban Design Commission: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021
Agenda Item 8
1128 + 1138 E. Washington Avenue - New Rehearsal Facility for WYSO (Wisconsin Youth Symphony Orchestra) Located in Urban Design District (UDD) No. 8. 2nd Ald. Dist
Owner: Bridget Fraser, WYSO
Applicant: Melissa Huggins, Urban Assets Consulting
Informational Presentation
Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2021
Agenda Item 7
Authorizing the City's execution of a Second Amendment to Development Agreement, together with other associated agreements and documents, between the City, Beitler Real Estate Services, LLC and Mortenson Development, Inc. pertaining to the property located at 223 S. Pinckney Street, which is part of the project commonly known as the Judge Doyle Square Development Project. (4th A.D.)
15 mins
Agenda Item 9
Metro Transit Network Redesign Study update
10 mins
Housing Strategy Committee: Details
5:30pm, Thursday, Sept. 23, 2021
Agenda Item 3
Update of Capital Budget- Housing Strategies

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