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Alder Patrick Heck

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Madison, WI 53703
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Alder Heck’s Updates

Updates & Week of Dec. 12 Meetings of Interest for District 2

December 10, 2022 10:15 AM

District 2 Updates and Meetings of Interest

City meetings are mostly virtual with details listed in City Meetings of Interest below. Common Council meetings are hybrid so the public can attend in person or via Zoom.
Stay in touch with your neighbors through either Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc. or Campus Area Neighborhood Assoc.

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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Dec. 15 Public Information Meeting For Street Resurfacing in 2023

A virtual public information meeting has been scheduled for 5 p.m., Dec. 15, 2022, via Zoom, for the 2023 Street Resurfacing Project, which includes resurfacing of E Washington Avenue from Pinckney Street to Franklin Street. Registration prior to the Dec. 15 meeting is required. Register here.

Additional information is available on the Resurfacing Web Site. Note that the design for E. Washington is proposed to remove the majority of metered parking from Pinckney to Blair Streets. This is due to the remarking for the Bus Rapid Transit lane and bike lanes. The Transportation Commission will be discussing this at its meeting at 5 p.m., Dec. 14, 2022. That meeting will be virtual and information regarding attending can be found here.

Replacement of deteriorated curb & gutter, drive apron and sidewalk (Note: Not all properties have replacements). For a list of properties that will be assessed, see the report titled 'Resurfacing Special Assessment' on the Resurfacing web site noted above. If you have questions about the proposed changes to E. Washington Ave., please contact Tom Mohr at or 608-267-8725.


Upcoming Informational Meetings for Two District 2 Alcohol License Applications

----- Sookie's Veggie Burgers

On Tuesday, Dec. 13 at 3:00pm, Sookie's Veggie Burgers at 502 State Street will be holding an informational meeting for interested parties regarding their application for extending their current alcohol serving hours from 10pm to 2am on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. They also have applied to add liquor to their current license that is limited to beer sales ending by 10pm each night. Sookie's estimates that 5% of their total revenue will come from alcohol sales.

This application is expected to be considered by the Alcohol License Review Committee at their Dec. 21 meeting. In recent years, downtown alders have generally not supported new licenses that extend alcohol service until 2am, but there have been some exceptions for restaurants that serve food whenever serving alcohol. MPD Central District has also not been supportive of most similar license applications, particularly those that have the potential to become alcohol-focused destinations whether that is their intent or not, so the discussions at both Tuesday's informational meeting and the Dec. 21 ALRC meeting will need to provide assurances about trainings for servers, security, and the justifications for the license extension. The Campus Area Neighborhood Association will likely also weigh in on the application.

----- Ian's Pizza on N. Frances St.

On Wednesday, Dec. 21 at 3:00pm, Ian's Pizza By the Slice at 319 N. Frances Street will be holding an informational meeting for interested parties regarding their liquor license application at this Ian's location. From what I understand, Ian's is planning to have several tap beer lines and possibly serve wine by the can from 11am until 10pm each day. 

This application is expected to be considered by the Alcohol License Review Committee at their Jan. 18 meeting. MPD Central District has expressed some concerns about this application due to the large number of patrons that can sometimes frequent this Ian's location, even before 10pm. The Campus Area Neighborhood Association will likely also weigh in on the application. I share some concerns about restaurants that have the potential to become alcohol-focused destinations, so the discussions at both the Dec. 21 informational meeting and the Jan. 18 ALRC meeting will need to provide assurances about trainings for servers, security, and the justifications for the license and the proposed serving hours.


Updates on District 2 Redevelopment Proposals

Below are details on several redevelopment proposals in District 2. If you have input or questions about any of these proposals, feel free to contact me at or contact the neighborhood steering committees as noted below.

------ Campus-State Street Parking Garage on Lake Street

State St-Campus Garage Proposal

At Plan Commission's Dec. 12 meeting, we will be considering the demolition application, the rezoning request from Urban Mixed Use to Planned Development, and the Conditional Use Permit application for the proposed redevelopment of the Campus-State Street Parking Garage at 415 N. Lake St. Mortenson Development, who was selected by the City as the developer in a competitive process, proposes a large student-focused apartment building with 248 apartments above a new city parking garage that will include a new intercity bus terminal. The Frances Street side of the parking garage will remain as it is.

The project plans and public comment to date are located with the Conditional Use Permit materials, including project plans and the steering committee report from the Campus Area Neighborhood Association. The UDC's materials include a Transportation Department memo that addresses various issues and questions that were raised by the CANA steering committee and report, nearby business and property owners, and other stakeholders. The steering committee report identifies and reiterates several of those concerns related mostly to the planned vehicular (including bus) and pedestrian circulation, deliveries for businesses, and deeper affordability for the apartments.

To watch or participate in the meeting or to contact Plan Commission, see the Agenda for the Plan Commission meeting below in "City Meetings of Interest", available via the "Details" link.

On Dec. 6, Common Council gave final approval to a resolution that accepts the development agreement negotiated between the City and Mortenson. You can see the text of the resolution here. One element of the agreement would require Mortenson to pay the City $18m for the "air rights" to build the residential component. That $18m would then be used by the City to help pay for the new parking structure. The resolution also recommends certain numbers of apartments to have some levels of reduced rents for students in need.

There is also a city website for the project due the public component - the parking garage and intercity bus terminal.

UDC gave initial approval to the public portion of the construction - the new bus terminal and parking garage that will replace the existing garage between Lake Street and Hawthorne Court. UDC also reiterated their earlier initial approval to the overall design with a set of conditions related to their advisory input to Plan Commission on the Conditional Use Permit required for an elevator shaft that is proposed to project above the Capitol View Preservation Limit, Hawthorne Court's proposed reconfiguration and usage, and some design considerations. The proposal is likely to back at UDC in January for final approval, assuming Plan Commission approves their applications on Dec. 12.

------- 428-444 State Street

400 Block State Street Revised

JD McCormick Properties' proposal to redevelop 428 to 444 State Street will be back before the Urban Design Commission on Dec. 14 and at Plan Commission on Jan. 9. At their June 29 meeting, UDC referred the proposal to a future meeting rather than making recommendations to Plan Commission due to various concerns about the proposed building. The report from that meeting can be found here. The newly revised project plans and related materials can be found here, including city staff's most recent memo on the proposal.

UDC raised concerns about the proposal's impact on the adjacent Lisa Link Peace Park, the height and massing of the building's front facade, and establishing the precedent of replacing State Street buildings. If the UDC does make an advisory recommendation, Plan Commission will consider the Demolition Permit and requested Conditional Uses. Back in January, the Landmarks Commission considered the requested demolitions of the three buildings and found in part in their advisory opinion to Plan Commission that 432-436 and 428-430 State Street (the two easternmost buildings) have historic value based on architectural significance, cultural significance, or historic significance.

To watch or participate in the UDC meeting or to contact UDC, see the Agenda for the Urban Design Commission meeting below in "City Meetings of Interest", available via the "Details" link).

The steering committee of the Mansion Hill District of Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc. (CNI) that has evaluated the redevelopment proposal submitted a report to UDC, and may submit a separate report to Plan Commission as their consideration draws nearer.

------- St. John's Lutheran Church at 322 E. Washington Ave.

St John's Proposal

At their Dec. 14 meeting, the Urban Design Commission is also expected to focus on this proposal's initial and/or full approval of their request to change the zoning from Urban Mixed Use to Planned Development, compliance with Urban Design District #4 guidelines, and related design matters. This redevelopment of St. John's at 310-322 E. Washington Ave., proposed by St. John's Lutheran Church in partnership with Urban Land Interests, has applied to demolish the current church and an addition to construct worship and social service/community spaces on the first floor of a new building with 9 stories of mostly affordable and workforce apartments above with underground parking below. 

Materials from the developer's earlier informational presentation to UDC can be found here. Note that Plan Commission's consideration of the proposal is expected on Jan. 9, including the proposed demolitionrezoning, and Conditional Uses.

To watch or participate in the UDC meeting or to contact UDC, see the Agenda for the Urban Design Commission meeting below in "City Meetings of Interest", available via the "Details" link).

A neighborhood steering committee from the James Madison Park District of Capitol Neighborhoods, Inc., has been meeting with the development team to evaluate the proposal and provide input. If you'd like to participate please email


Amtrak Train
Recording of Public Meeting on Possible Amtrak Train Station Available

According to the City's Transportation Department, Wednesday's Public Information Meetings concerning possible locations for a potential future Amtrak station in Madison were very well attended. A recording of the virtual Amtrak Project Kickoff meeting is available here.

City Staff apologizes for not including a Question and Answer session for the virtual Kickoff meeting, but those who attended the in-person meeting that same day were able to ask questions. Staff was unprepared for the large number of virtual attendees (about 300!) and did not have the staffing and technology to facilitate Q&A. They note that there will second meeting in February when they will have Q&A capabilities for the virtual component.

In the meantime, they encourage residents to submit comments or questions to  Additionally, they will be preparing a list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and will post those on the website soon. You can view the project website here.


COVID Update




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.
Landmarks Commission: Details
5:00pm, Monday, Dec. 12, 2022
Item 5
Discussion of Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) Overlay District
Note: See Plan Commission Agenda Item #27 below for more on TOD.
Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Dec. 12, 2022
Agenda Item 3
This resolution approves a Complete Green Streets Policy to incorporate Complete Green Streets principles of street design for all modes of transportation into public way improvements and project phases.
Note: This item is also on the Board of Public Works Agenda and on the Transportation Commission Agenda (see below).
Development-Related Requests
Note: Items 6-8 are related and will be considered as one public hearing. Following the public hearing, the Plan Commission shall make separate findings and motions on each agenda item.
Agenda Item 6
415 N Lake Street; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish a parking structure.
Note: Agenda Items 6-8 are discussed above in "District 2 Updates".
Agenda Item 7
Creating Section 28.022-00596 of the Madison General Ordinances to rezone property located at 415 North Lake Street, 2nd Alder District, from UMX (Urban Mixed Use) District to PD (GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan) and creating Section 28.022-00597 to approve a Specific Implementation Plan. 
Agenda Item 8
415 N Lake Street; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use pursuant to MGO Section 28.134(3) for projections into the Capitol View Preservation Limit to allow construction of a sixteen-story mixed-use building containing an inter-city bus terminal, approximately 500-stall parking garage, and 250 dwelling units.
Zoning Text Amendments
Agenda Item 26
Amending Sections of Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances to change Land Use Approval expirations and extensions.
Sponsors: Keith Furman, Jael Currie, Patrick W. Heck
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This ordinance amends several sections of Chapter 28 to extend scopes of approval for conditional uses, demolitions, variances and planned developments. Currently, conditional use permits and variances are valid for twelve (12) months with extensions of an additional twenty four (24) months. Staff regularly approve extensions for approvals for many reasons, among them supply chain disruptions, complicated land sales and financing deals that extend project construction start dates. This proposed change would increase the initial scope of approval to twenty four (24) months, for a total scope of approval of forty eight (48) months for conditional uses and variances. This ordinance also codifies a change to planned development recording timelines already practiced by staff. In 2018, state law changed to ban political subdivisions from establishing an expiration date for an approval related to a planned development district of less than five (5) years after the date of the last approval required for completion of the project. Since then, staff has abided by state law but this proposed ordinance amendment would codify existing practice.
Agenda Item 27
Amending Sections within Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances to implement the new Transit Orientated Development ("TOD") Overlay District.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck, Grant Foster, Yannette Figueroa Cole, Keith Furman
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This proposed ordinance changes several sections of Chapter 28 to implement the new Transit Orientated Oriented Development ("TOD") Overlay District. An overlay district modifies the underlying zoning regulations of the base district, here for the intent to intensify land use and economic value around transit stations. As recommended by the 2018 Comprehensive Plan, the TOD District increases development intensity, reduces parking requirements, and supports transit use. The TOD District improves pedestrian connections, traffic and parking conditions and increases mobility choices in the overlay area to enhance the livability of station areas.
The largest change is the repeal and replacement of MGO Sec. 28.104, the TOD Overlay District section. In order to support increased density, the new TOD District allows more dwelling units as permitted uses, allows for additional height in select underlying zoning districts and requires a minimum of two stories for new buildings in employment, mixed-use, and multifamily residential zoning districts. Tables 28C-1 "Residential District Uses" and 28D-2 "Mixed-Use and Commercial District Uses" are modified to reflect the change to permitted base zoning uses once overlaid by the TOD District. A new supplemental regulation for "Accessory Dwelling Units in the TOD Overlay District" is added to MGO Sec. 26.151 to help clarify how accessory dwelling units operate in the TOD District.
To promote transit over automobile use, the new TOD District eliminates car parking minimums, reduces maximums, and implements more stringent building form and site layout regulations for auto-oriented uses. In addition to the language in the new MGO Sec. 28.104, Tables 28I-2, 28I-3 and 28I-4 in Sec. 28.141 "Parking and Loading Standards" are modified to support this change.
The substitute corrects spelling errors in the title and Drafter's Analysis.
The second substitute ordinance includes no changes to the text from the original draft, but adds in portions of the national register historic districts and local historic districts (outside of the downtown) within a quarter mile of the high-frequency transit routes. These areas had been excluded in the original draft. The changes are reflected in the attached maps.
Note: The Landmarks Commission will also be discussing TOD at this same time - see their Agenda Item #3 above.
- Upcoming Matters – January 9, 2023
- 428-444 State Street - Demolition Permit, Conditional Use and Certified Survey Map Referral - Demolish three buildings to construct six-story tall mixed-use building adjacent to Lisa Link Peace Park with up to 6,445 square feet of commercial space and 26 apartments on one lot
- 310-322 E Washington Avenue - Demolition Permit and UMX to PD(GDP-SIP) - Demolish place of worship to construct ten-story mixed-use building with 16,000 square feet of non-residential space and 130 apartments in Urban Design Dist. 4
- Zoning Text Amendment - Amending Supplemental Regulations within Section 28.151 and Definitions within Section 28.211 to update definitions of "Family".
Police and Fire Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Dec. 12, 2022
Item 2
Introduction of Robert Copley, Independent Police Monitor
Item 4
Status update on 2023 Fire Department Recruitment/Hiring Process
Item 6
General status report on Fire Department disciplinary matters
Item 8
Status update regarding 2022 Fall Accelerated Academy
Item 9
Status update regarding 2022-23 Pre-Service Academy Hiring Process and Timeline
Item 10
General status report on Police Department disciplinary matters
Common Council Executive Committee: Details
5:30pm, Tuesday, Dec. 13, 2022
Item 5
Authorizing the placement of a binding referendum question related to a charter ordinance establishing staggered terms for alders beginning with the 2025 Spring Election to the electorate on the 2023 Spring Election ballot.
Urban Design Commission: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
The Urban Design Commission uses a consent agenda, which means that the Commission can consider any item at 4:30 p.m. where there are no registrants wishing to speak in opposition regardless of its placement on the agenda.
Agenda Item 4
310-322 E Washington Avenue - Planned Development (PD) in Urban Design District (UDD) No. 4. 2nd Ald. Dist.
Owner: St. John's Lutheran Church
Applicant: Mark Binkowski, MRB Holdings
UDC is an Approving and Advisory Body
Final Approval is Requested
Note: See more on this item above in "District 2 Updates".
Agenda Item 8
430-432-444 State Street - New Mixed-Use Building in the Downtown Core (DC) District. 2nd Ald. Dist.
Owner: Joe McCormick, JD McCormick Properties
Applicant: Kevin Burow, Knothe & Bruce Architects, LLC
UDC is an Advisory Body
Initial/Final Approval is Requested
Note: See more on this item above in "District 2 Updates".
Board of Public Works: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Item 6
This resolution approves a Complete Green Streets Policy to incorporate Complete Green Streets principles of street design for all modes of transportation into public way improvements and project phases.
Lead agency is the Transportation Policy and Planning Board (12/19) with additional referral of the Plan Commission (12/12), Board of Public Works (12/14), and Transportation Commission (12/14).
Note: This item is also on the Plan Commission Agenda (see above) and on the Transportation Commission Agenda (see below).
Public Safety Review Committee: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Agenda Item 3
Report from the Madison Police Department including information on recent gun violence and an update on strategic planning.
Agenda Item 4
Report from the Madison Fire Department/CAREs unit update
Agenda Item 7
Review Madison Police Department Records Inspection and Release SOP Referred from the October meeting to re-invite Madison Police Department Records Custodian, Julie Laundrie for additional questions regarding records requests. 
Transportation Commission: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Agenda Item 2
Annual Review of Winter Bike Maintenance
30 mins
Agenda Item 4
Public Works Transportation Projects Review and Feedback - E. Washington Avenue
15 mins
Note: This item includes an evaluation of the use of street parking spaces on E. Washington Avenue from Blair to Pinckney Streets in preparation for removing some of those to accommodate the bike lane. BRT will run in the center lanes east of Butler Street.
Agenda Item 7
Traffic Signal Priority List
15 mins
Note: It appears that staff is not recommending installation of any new traffic signals in District 2 through this process.
Agenda Item 8
Annual Traffic Crash Report and Follow Up from the Previous Year
30 mins
Agenda Item 9
This resolution approves a Complete Green Streets Policy to incorporate Complete Green Streets principles of street design for all modes of transportation into public way improvements and project phases. 60 mins
Note: This item is also on the Plan Commission Agenda (see above) and on the Board of Public Works Agenda (see above).
Education Committee: Details
5:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Agenda Item 3
Update on MMSD Budget Amendment and Continued Discussion of Driver's Ed program
Madison Food Policy Council: Details
5:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Agenda Item 7
Business Development Specialist
Updates on Madison Public Market, SEED Grants, and the Healthy Retail Access Program will be provided.
Agenda Item 8
Public Health Madison & Dane County
Updates on Dane County's ongoing COVID-19 response and other hunger prevention work in the City/County
Agenda Item 9
Extension Dane County, UW-Madison
Board of Park Commissioners: Details
6:30pm, Wednesday, Dec. 14, 2022
Agenda Item 9 NEW BUSINESS
Agenda Item 15
Review of Parks Public Amplification Policy
Agenda Item 17
Repealing and recreating Section 8.18 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) and 1.08(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to establish a uniform parking policy for all City parks, and to update the bond schedule and enforcement authority accordingly.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This ordinance will create a uniform parking policy for all City parks, eliminating the different standards that currently apply to nine specified parks and parts thereof, and those parks not currently named in the ordinance. By making a consistent three-hour parking policy for each park during park open hours and making it only enforceable when posted by the Parks Division, and by also making an express prohibition on afterhours parking, the public will have a clearer understanding of what parking laws apply within the City's parks. Additional provisions are being created to apply general parking rules to park lands, including parking regulations applicable to persons with physical disabilities.
As a result of these changes, the Parks Division itself will be better able to enforce parking regulations within the park system, enabling Park Rangers to respond to parking-related problems within the Parks more efficiently and effectively rather than rely upon parking enforcement or the police department for assistance. Moreover, the ordinance provides the Parks Division the ability to issue permits to allow persons to exceed the three-hour limitation. This will allow for activities such as special-event parking. The ordinance also allows for the possible creation and implementation of a commuter parking program in certain parks (subject to the review and approval of the Board of Parks Commissioners). Such a permit system, if created, would allow the City to generate revenue off of the existing commuter use of unregulated Parks parking lots, while preserving parks parking spaces for actual parks users. This ordinance would also allow for the formal creation of Parks Division employee parking areas, consistent with current operations, and give the Parks Superintendent the ability to make Parks parking lots available for off-street parking during declared snow emergencies. This ordinance will continue the Parking Utility's current operation of the Blair Parking Lot within Law Park. Finally, a general exception is being created to give the Parks Superintendent the authority to grant limited exceptions to the parks parking restrictions. This will be important to provide the Parks Division continued flexibility regarding the use of parks lands and will allow existing parking arrangements associated with unique park uses (for example with the Madison Mallards and the Mad-City Ski Team) to continue.
In light of these changes, the bond schedule for violating parks related parking restrictions will be updated and made consistent with other similar offenses. A University of Wisconsin-Madison football game day enhanced penalty will also be created and apply to parks near campus. Enforcement on those days has historically been a challenge, and a Parks ticket has been cheaper than lawfully parking elsewhere. The penalty and bond schedule for violating the disabled parking restrictions are being set consistent with state statute. Finally, enforcement authority for the Blair Lot is being officially delegated to the Transportation Director to coincide with the relocation of Parking Enforcement from the Police Department to the Parking Division of the Transportation Department.
Downtown Coordinating Committee: Details
5:30pm, Thursday, Dec. 15, 2022
Agenda Item 4
Future of State Street Discussion
-Streets Division (Charlie Romines)
-Parks/Mall Maintenance (Mark Kiesow and Greg Genin)
-Department of Transportation (Renee Callaway, Bicycle Pedestrian Administrator)
-Engineering Division (Chris Petykowski)

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