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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 23 Meetings of Interest for District 2

May 20, 2022 9:38 PM

District 2 Updates and Meetings of Interest

City meetings are mostly virtual with details listed in City Meetings of Interest below.
 
Stay in touch with your neighbors through either Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc. or Campus Area Neighborhood Assoc.
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There are three sections to this week's update:
  1. District 2 Updates
  2. COVID-19 Resources & Information
  3. City Meetings of Interest to District 2
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1. DISTRICT 2 UPDATES
 
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Gilman Closure Map

Monday, May 23: Thru Traffic Not Allowed on 400 Block of West Gilman

Beginning at approximately 8:00 a.m. on Monday, May 23, the 400 block of W. Gilman St. will be closed to through traffic until approximately 5:00 p.m. on Monday, May 23. Temporary two-way access will be available from University Ave north to 430 W. Gilman Street and from State Street south to 424 W. Gilman St., so most businesses and residents will be accessible. The north sidewalk, both parking lanes, and the travel lane, will be closed mid-block. The sidewalk on the south side of the street will remain open at all times.

The closure is due to multiple crane picks that will take up the entire width of the street. More info here.

May 25 Virtual Neighborhood Meeting on Proposed Redevelopment at Madison College Site

On Wednesday, May 25 at 7:00pm, District 4 Alder Mike Verveer and I will host a virtual neighborhood meeting where Wisconsin Housing Preservation Corp. (WHPC) will give a first look at their plans to redevelop the vacant portion of the downtown Madison College site at 200 Wisconsin Ave. The proposal consists of the construction of a new, 12-story, mixed-use building. WHPC proposes 200 studio and one-and two-bedroom apartments, 40 of which would be affordable at 50% AMI (Area Median Income) and 110 of which would be affordable at 80% AMI. The remaining 50 apartments would be market rate. There would be approximately 10,000 square feet of first floor commercial space along W. Dayton Street and Wisconsin Avenue. The proposal includes four levels of parking with 240 stalls for cars and 262 stalls for bicycles.'

The location is in District 4, but adjacent to District 2, so Alder Verveer has kindly included District 2 residents in the meeting invitation, although all are welcome to attend. You can join the virtual meeting using your computer, smartphone or tablet, or you can listen in via telephone. You will receive login information after registering at cityofmadison.com/MeetingMay25MadisonCollege.

 

Run Madtown Marathon Route

Downtown Streets to be Impacted for Run Madtown Half Marathon & 5K on Sunday, May 29

On Sunday, May 29, the Run Madtown Half Marathon and 5K races will take place downtown and on the west side of Madison. The half marathon will start at 7:00am with the 5K race starting at 7:10am, both beginning on the Capital Square at Wisconsin Avenue and Mifflin Street, then heading down West Washington Avenue. The 5K route will not impact District 2 streets, but those runners will end on the 200 and 100 blocks of State Street as they approach the finish, which is alst at Wisconsin Ave and Mifflin St.

The marathon route will also take West Washington Ave, but then turning right on Fairchild taking the "outer loop" across State Street and West Dayton to Wisconsin Ave. Those runners will take Wisconsin Avenue and turn left onto W. Gilman Street and then turn right onto State where they will take the 500 and 600 blocks of State to N. Lake. Taking N. Lake towards Lake Mendota, they will then turn left on Langdon and head towards Obseratory Drive and the rest of the course. See the map above for details.

Fortunately, the outbound marathon runners should be throught the square area, Wisconsin, Gilman, and State Street by 8:00am. The inbound returning runners will impact mostly upper State Street and part of the square. For more information visit https://runmadtown.com/

 

Metro Network Redesign Meeting

Metro Transit Network Redesign Public Engagement Opportunities

Public Hearing on Tuesday, May 31

A public hearing on the redesign is being set up in front of both the Transportation Planning and Policy Board and the Transportation Commission Thursday, May 31 at 6 pm. Complete details are here.

June 6 and June 7 Input Opportunities

The Transportation Policy and Planning Board and the Common Council, are expected to discuss and vote on the Draft Network Redesign Plan (as amended) on June 6 and June 7, respectively. Public comment will also be taken at both those meetings.

Metro Redesign Improvements

Survey for Those With Disabilities and Senior Riders on Metro Transit Network Redesign

Metro Transit is completely redesigning its service in 2023. The goal of the redesign is provide frequent AND more direct service, better access to jobs, and make the system overall easier to use. This complete reboot of service is also necessary to schedule routes around Metro's future bus rapid transit system that will go into effect in 2024.

We are currently asking for input from seniors and those with disabilities to tell us how the Network Redesign draft plan may affect your ability to use Metro service. Fill out this short and quick survey. Your feedback is valuable and will influence decision-making regarding the redesign. 

This survey closes Friday, May 27. For those that would like to provide responses over the phone, they can call (608) 266-4466.

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COVID Update

2. COVID-19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION

From Public Health Madison & Dane County:

Dane CORE - for rental and utility assistance. If you are a renter or landlord in need of financial assistance as a result of the pandemic, you can still access financial assistance.

Visit the City's Coronavirus Website for Madison's COVID updates, responses and resources.

Dane County Food Pantry Network from Community Action Coalition.

State of Wisconsin COVID-19 resources and information from state agencies, including the State Dept. Public Health

Info on UW-Madison's response to the pandemic.

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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 an item from within an agenda, you will see all documents that relate to that item.
 
I appreciate hearing from you on any agenda items on which you have a particular interest or concern.
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Sustainable Madison Committee: Details
4:30pm, Monday, May 23, 2022
 
DISCUSSION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 3
Metro Network Redesign Plan (Reference Legistar File No. 71227)
 
Agenda Item 4
Sustainability Plan Update
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Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, May 23, 2022
 
Zoning Text Amendments
 
Agenda Item 6
Repealing MGO Sec. 28.182(5)(c) ("Protest Petition") and amending MGO Sec. 28.182(5)(b) to include a two-thirds (2/3) favorable vote by Common Council to pass zoning map amendments.
Note: The staff report for this item is here. An alternate has also been submitted that would remove the requirement for a two-thirds favorable vote by Common Council to pass zoning map amendments. That alternate would also repeal the ordinance section related to Protest Petitions.
 
SECRETARY'S REPORT
 
- Upcoming Matters – June 27, 2022
 
- 222 W Gorham Street - Conditional Use - Construct outdoor eating area for a restaurant-nightclub
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Common Council Executive Committee: Details
4:30pm, Tuesday, May 24, 2022
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 6
Submitting the appointment of Karen Kapusta-Pofahl for confirmation of a five-year term as the Common Council Chief of Staff.
 
Agenda Item 7
Amending Section 2.03(3) and 2.03(4) to Revise the Process for Filling Common Council Vacancies.
 
Agenda Item 9
SUBSTITUTE: Establishing a Common Council Prohibited Harassment and/or Discrimination Policy
 
Agenda Item 10
Accepting the Final Report of the President's Work Group on Racial Justice, Antiracism and Equity
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Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, May 24, 2022
 
HONORING RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 1
Commending and thanking Alder Christian Albouras for his dedicated service to the constituents of District 20 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 2
Commending and thanking Alder Arvina Martin for her dedicated service to the constituents in District 11 and to the City of Madison.
 
Agenda Item 3
Recognizing and commending Sally Jo Spaeni for her professional and personal dedication to the City of Madison, and congratulating her on the occasion of her retirement.
 
PRESENTATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
 
Agenda Item 5
Consent Agenda (5/24/22 meeting)
Legislative History
2/22/22 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
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.
 
SPECIAL ORDER OF BUSINESS AT 6:45 PM
 
PUBLIC COMMENT AND PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
 
Agenda Item 14
Confirming the Madison Common Council meeting formats through September 6, 2022:
6/7/22 - Virtual
6/21/22 - Virtual
7/12/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
7/19/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
8/2/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
9/6/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
Legislative History
5/18/22 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ACCEPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 
Agenda Item 26
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 9168, 2022 Parking Garage Maintenance. (2nd, 4th & 6th ADs)
Recent Legislative History
5/11/22 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 27
Authorizing City Engineer or designee to sign the Intel Corporation Nondisclosure Agreement required to use certain software as part of a flood alert system. (Citywide)
Recent Legislative History
5/11/22 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 37
Submitting the appointment of Karen Kapusta-Pofahl for confirmation of a five-year term as the Common Council Chief of Staff.
Recent Legislative History
4/25/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
AGENDA NOTE: A recommendation will be made by the Common Council Executive Committee at their 5/24/22 meeting. A motion will be made from the floor based on their recommendation.
 
Agenda Item 38
Amending the Police Department's 2022 operating budget, and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a New Blue Project grant award of $10,000 for promoting women in policing and advancing transformative policing Sponsors:
Satya V. Rhodes-Conway And Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 45
SUBSTITUTE - Seeking Common Council approval of the 2022-2023 Arts Grants awards funding and Artists at Work Grants awards funding as recommended by the Madison Arts Commission.
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 46
Approving the 2022 Resource Recovery Special Charge
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: The Resource Recovery Special Charge has already been approved by Common Council. This item relates to Item 47 below and establishes the dollar amounts of the charges for the remainder of 2022, starting on July 1. You can find those proposed monthly charges on an annual (or monthly) basis here.
 
Agenda Item 47
Approving the Resource Recovery Special Charge Policy
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: The Resource Recovery Special Charge has already been approved by Common Council. This item, related to Item 46 above, establishes the policies for which properties are charged, the apportionment methods, and how the annual charges are computed.
 
REPORT OF LANDMARKS COMMISSION
 
Agenda Item 55
Amending Sections 41.02, 41.03(5), 41.05, 41.11, 41.14(2)(b) and (c), 41.14(3), 41.15(1), 41.18(3); and Repealing and Recreating Subchapter 41G of the Madison General Ordinances.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck, Tag Evers, Keith Furman, Arvina Martin And Regina M. Vidaver
Recent Legislative History
5/9/22 LANDMARKS COMMISSION    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This ordinance constitutes the second phase of a comprehensive revision of the landmarks ordinance. The Common Council created the Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee (LORC) in 2014 for the sole purpose of reviewing and drafting the first comprehensive revision to the ordinance. The work of LORC consisted of two phases (LORC 1 and LORC 2). LORC 1 restructured the ordinance, updated administrative provisions, introduced the demolition by neglect process, and specified how to review proposed work affected the 182 designated landmarks. That work was completed and adopted by Council in 2015. LORC 2 was tasked with updating the process for how the Landmarks Commission conducts project reviews in the City's five historic districts.
 
Under this proposed ordinance, consistent standards and procedures are proposed across the City's five historic districts. The individual historic district sections are repealed and a subchapter on historic districts standards is created. Instead of geographically individualized preservation practices, the standards for maintenance, repairs, alterations, additions, and new structures will be universal. A section on the safe management of lead paint is added to address community concerns about the prevalence of lead paint in historic structures. Finally, this ordinance contains other edits including gender neutral pronouns and consistent definitions between zoning and historic preservation.
 
REPORT OF TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD
 
Agenda Item 60
Authorizing the Negotiation and Execution of a Contract with HNTB for Passenger Rail Study Services.
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT
 
REPORT OF THE PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 63
Supporting the reasonable regulation of firearms to assist in helping to remedy public health concerns stemming from firearms violence in the City of Madison, and authorizing the City Attorney, in consultation with the Mayor, to join the City as amicus in cases related to firearm regulation which promote or impact Madison's policies and programs to help combat firearms violence.
Recent Legislative History
5/11/22 PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT
 
ITEMS REFERRED TO THIS MEETING
 
ORDINANCES
 
Agenda Item 65
Amending Section 2.03(3) and 2.03(4) to Revise the Process for Filling Common Council Vacancies.
Recent Legislative History
5/16/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
5/10/22 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to the COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Common Council Executive Committee (5/24/22); Common Council (5/24/22)
AGENDA NOTE: This item will be considered by the Common Council Executive Committee on 5/24/22. A recommendation will be made from the floor.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This ordinance revises the process for filling vacancies on the Common Council and requires a three-fourths vote of all members of the Council to make an appointment.
Note: I do not support this item; it has the potential to create longterm vacancies on Common Council rather than moving quickly to fill vacancies so that a District's constituents have representation.
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 69
Accepting the Final Report of the President's Work Group on Racial Justice, Antiracism and Equity
Recent Legislative History
4/19/22 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to the COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
AGENDA NOTE: A recommendation will be made at the 5/24/22 meeting of the Common Council Executive Committee. A motion will be made from the floor based on their recommendation.
 
Agenda Item 70
Recognizing the second annual Civic Season from June 12 to July 4, 2022, inclusive of Juneteenth, Independence Day, and forthcoming Fall Civic Holidays.
Recent Legislative History
5/10/22 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to a future Meeting to Adopt to the COMMON COUNCIL
Adopt 5/24/22
 
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
 
ORDINANCES
 
Agenda Item 73
Repealing MGO Sec. 28.105 Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Districts.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck, Grant Foster And Brian Benford
Legislative History
5/13/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission (6/13/22); Common Council (6/21/22)
 
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    MGO Sec. 28.105 "Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Districts" is repealed with the recognition that it has not been utilized, and may run counter to citywide goals. If pursued in small geographic areas throughout the City, the Neighborhood Conservation Overlay District distinction could become a tool used by residents to exclude and prevent redevelopment some deem undesirable or "out of character" with its surroundings, but that is otherwise consistent with the Comprehensive Plan or adopted City policies. The opportunity for small groups to utilize significant staff resources to create Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Districts could be incompatible with equitable development goals.
 
Neighborhoods with compelling periods of historic significance or contiguous historic resources could still apply for local historic district status under MGO Ch. 41. Environmental features will still be preserved under other overlay districts. Currently, there are no Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Districts.
 
Agenda Item 76
Repealing Section 10.085 Entitled "Outdoor Lighting" and Creating Section 29.36 Entitled "Outdoor Lighting" of the Madison General Ordinances.
Legislative History
5/18/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Sustainable Madison Committee (6/27/2022); Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 77
City of Madison Commits to the Five Principles of Responsible Outdoor Lighting
Recent Legislative History
5/18/22 Council Office    Referred for Introduction
Sustainable Madison Committee (6/27/22); Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code and Licensing Appeals Board (6/21/22); Common Council (7/12/22)
 
Agenda Item 79
Proclaiming opposition to the loss of local control, additional costs, and continuing damage to the interests of the residents of Madison and the State of Wisconsin as caused by the 2011 changes to Wisconsin's redistricting statutes and the State's 2022 Legislative districts.
Legislative History
5/16/22 Clerk's Office    Referred for Introduction
Adopt 6/7/2022.
 
Agenda Item 83
Accepting Gender-Inclusive language in adopted City Plans
Legislative History
5/17/22 Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission (6/13); Common Council (6/22)
 
Agenda Item 86
Authorizing a Memorandum of Understanding between City of Madison, Journey Mental Health Center and Public Health Madison & Dane County Inc. to support the Crisis Response Team.
Legislative History
5/17/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (6/6/22); Common Council (6/7/22
 
Agenda Item 88
Establishing a Truth and Reconciliation Process for the City of Madison.
Legislative History
5/17/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council 6/7/22
 
Agenda Item 100
Amending the Community Development Division's 2022 Operating Budget and authorizing the Division to accept grant funds ($150,000) from the National League of Cities (NLC) to support creating equitable outcomes for marginalized youth, particularly in high-demand science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) work force industries. 
Legislative History
5/18/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (5/5/22); Community Services Committee (5/25/22); Common Council (6/7/22)
 
Agenda Item 101
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to amend an existing contract with Focus Counseling by extending its term through June 30, 2023 to enable the continued provision of housing support services to participants in the City's unsheltered response hotel shelter program.
Legislative History
5/18/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (6/6/22); CDBG Committee (6/2/22); Common Council (6/7/22)
 
APPOINTING RESOLUTION
 
Agenda Item 117
Appointing Erik Paulson as Alderperson for District 3 to serve until the Spring 2023 election.
Recent Legislative History
5/18/22 COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT
 
SWEARING IN OF NEWLY APPOINTED ALDERPERSON
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Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, May 25, 2022
 
Agenda Item 5
Removal of the Temporary Curbside Pick-Up Restrictions Posted Under Emergency Authority in Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic
20 mins
 
Agenda Item 4
Equitable Economic Response and Recovery
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Community Services Committee: Details
5:30pm, Wednesday, May 25, 2022
 
ACTION ITEMS
 
Agenda Item 2
Accepting the Community Development Division's (CDD) Youth, Young Adult, and Adult Employment policy paper and directing CDD to conduct a Request for Proposals (RFP) process, and formulate funding allocation recommendations for consideration by the Mayor and Common Council, for use of funds beginning on January 1, 2023.
 
Agenda Item 3
Amending the Community Development Division's 2022 Operating Budget and authorizing the Division to accept grant funds ($150,000) from the National League of Cities (NLC) to support creating equitable outcomes for marginalized youth, particularly in high-demand science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) work force industries.
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