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Alder Patrick Heck

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Alder Patrick Heck

Contact Information

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. 5 Meetings of Interest for District 2

September 3, 2022 1:19 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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  • No Streets Division Collections on Labor Day, September 5, 2022 - The Streets Division will not perform refuse, recycling, brush, or large item collections on Monday, Sept. 5, 2022 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. The drop-off sites will also be closed.

  • Administrative offices are closed on Monday, Sept. 5, for Labor Day. Emergency services will be open; please call 911. You may use Report a Problem for non-emergencies.
 
  • Emergency water issue: Call Madison Water Utility, 608-266-4665, 24/7.

  • Sanitary sewer backup: Call 608-266-4430. An emergency crew will respond to your call.

  • Report a Problem: Report non-emergencies that can wait until the next City working day.

 
  • From Madison Metro: Labor Day Changes

    • Reduced Service on Monday, 9/5 - Labor Day.

    • Route 80 operates a shortened weekend recess schedule, final scheduled trip departs Memorial Union at 9:15p. Routes 81-84 will not operate. 

    • ParaTransit Standing Ride Canceled - All standing paratransit rides will be canceled on Monday, September 5. Paratransit passengers must schedule casual rides to travel on this date. Rides are eligible according to Holiday schedules.

 
 

668 State Street Rendering

Sept. 8 Neighborhood Meeting for Redevelopment Proposal for 668 State St.

On Thursday, Sept. 8 at 6:30pm, join me for a virtual neighborhood meeting to take a first look at a proposed redevelopment of 668 State Street. The property owner, 668 State LLC, is seeking approvals to construct a four-story addition atop the existing two-story commercial building at 668 State Street. The proposed addition will contain 24 student-oriented apartments on floors 3-6 with floors 5 and 6 set back approximately 30' from the front façade. The existing commercial space on the two lower floors and in a finished basement will largely remain. No automobile parking is proposed; parking for 24 bicycles will be provided inside the building with 2 additional outdoor bicycle stalls.

This proposal was submitted in 2017 and was fully approved, but the project did not move forward at that time. The property owner is submitting the same project as was approved in 2017. They anticipate submitting their city applications in September. The project will require approvals from the Urban Design Commission and Plan Commission.

After the Sept. 8 meeting, the Campus Area Neighborhood Association may form a neighborhood steering committee to further evaluate the proposal.

Registration for the Zoom meeting is required and can be found here.

 

Proposed Redevelopment

State St-Campus Parking Garage Proposal at UDC on Wednesday

On Wednesday, Sept. 7, the proposed redevelopment of the State Street-Campus Parking Garage at 415 N. Lake Street will be considered by the Urban Design Commission. The UDC will be receiving an informational presentation and no votes will be taken. There won't be a formal UDC consideration until later this fall after the proposal's land use applications are filed with the city.

Mortenson Development has been chosen by the City as the developer of the student-focused apartments proposed for above a new city-owned parking garage that will include a new intercity bus terminal. The existing parking garage along Lake Street will be demolished and replaced while the garage section to the east of Hawthorne Court will remain. Some mixed-use space is planned for the first floor. Mortenson is proposing some beds with reduced rents, but the amount of those reductions and the number of affected beds is under negotiation with the city.

Details on the UDC meeting can be found below in "City Meetings of Interest" and materials for their consideration can be found here.

The Campus Area Neighborhood Association is forming a neighborhood steering committee to further evaluate the proposal. All are welcome to participate in that process and CANA suggests signing up via this form. Getting on the committee's email list via that form is a great way to stay informed about the project even if you can't attend all of the meetings.

Also note that city staff is hosting a State Street Campus Garage Virtual Public Information Meeting, on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 4:00pm, for those who want to learn more, particularly for those who work and live nearby.

 

Dane CORE 2.0 Portal for Pandemic Rental and Utility Assistance is Closing

In September of 2021, Dane County and the City of Madison launched Dane CORE 2.0, a federally funded emergency rental assistance program designed to help renter households struggling to meet their housing costs. The program has distributed nearly $40 million of rent and utility assistance to more than 6,300 households.

During the early days of the pandemic, Dane County and the City of Madison sought these federal funds to assist those in our community struggling to pay rent. While Dane CORE partners have distributed a tremendous amount of federal assistance, many in our community continue to struggle to meet their basic needs.

At this time, the federal funds available to Dane CORE 2.0 are nearly depleted. The County and City have already requested additional funding from the federal government through the U.S. Department of Treasury and are working with our federal Congressional delegation to advocate for additional funds. We are hopeful that more funding will be provided, but we don't yet know when that decision will be made or how much funding might be offered.

Many households already have requests for assistance pending. To better ensure funds are available to pay existing eligible claims, we have decided to close the Dane CORE 2.0 application portal as of 12:00 AM on Sept. 15, 2022. The Dane CORE 2.0 program partners will continue to process applications received prior to the portal closure at 12:00 AM on September 15.

Applications will be processed under existing program criteria, in the order in which they are received, until remaining funds are gone. To learn about program eligibility and apply for Dane CORE 2.0, please visit www.danecore.org.

If new federal funding is provided, important changes will be made regarding its use if applications are re-opened after September 15.

In addition to providing direct rent support for high needs households, the City and County also funds services through the Eviction Diversion and Defense Partnership. The Program provides legal representation to renters who face eviction actions, mediates disputes between tenants and landlords, and helps address other potential threats to housing stability. Services through the Eviction Diversion and Defense Partnership are currently available at no cost to eligible households, and they will continue after the Dane CORE application portal closes on Sept. 15.

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COVID Update
Dane County has dropped back into the CDC's Low Community Level
 
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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Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022
 
PRESENTATION
 
Agenda Item 1
Presentation: Poetry recitation by Madeleine Bohn - "Teakettle"
 
HONORING RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 3
Proclaiming September 2022 to be National Recovery Month
 
Agenda Item 4
Recognizing September 15, 2022, through October 15, 2022, as Hispanic Heritage Month
 
PRESENTATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
 
Agenda Item 5
Consent Agenda Document (9/6/22 meeting)
Legislative History
8/23/22 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ACCEPT - 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 alderperson(s) have separated out for discussion/debate purposes.
 
PUBLIC COMMENT
 
Public comments will not be taken on items which are listed on the consent agenda for referral and the Council adopts the referral as part of the consent agenda OR when the Council has heard public comments on an item at a previous meeting and the item is on this agenda for discussion and action only. The Council may allow public comments in either instance by a majority vote.
 
RECESSED PUBLIC HEARINGS
 
REPORT OF PLAN COMMISSION
 
Agenda Item 9
Repealing MGO Sec. 28.105 Neighborhood Conservation Overlay Districts
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck, Grant Foster And Brian Benford
AGENDA NOTE: Recommended action is re-referral to Plan Commission (11/21/22), Equal Opportunities Commission (11/10/22), Housing Strategies Committee (11/10/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE MAYOR
 
APPOINTMENTS
 
Agenda Item 31
Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 9-6-2022; action 9-20-2022).
Legislative History
8/30/22 Mayor's Office   Referred for Introduction
Confirm 9-20-2022
Note: This item includes -
URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION
RAFEEQ ASAD (2nd A.D.) - reappoint to a three-year term to the position of Design Professional. First appointed 7-19-2016.
TERM EXPIRES: 6-30-2025
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
 
Agenda Item 32
Confirming the Madison Common Council meeting formats through December 6, 2022:
9/20/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
10/11/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
10/25/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
11/1/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
11/15/22 (Budget) - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
11/16/22 (Budget, if needed) - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
11/17/21 (Budget, if needed) - Hybrid (Virtual & MMB 215)
11/22/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
12/6/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
Legislative History
8/23/22 Council Office    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ACCEPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORTS OF OFFICERS
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 
Agenda Item 53
Ordering Property Owners to Replace Substandard/Defective Sidewalks. (2nd, 11th, and 19th AD)
Recent Legislative History
8/17/22 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item includes the following District 2 parcels:
0709-143-0118-3, 614 LANGDON ST (Ald. Dist. #2) - Report a problem; offset, sunken.
0709-144-0303-8, 28 E GILMAN ST (Ald. Dist. #2) - Report a problem; offset, heaved.
0709-144-0909-4, 519 WISCONSIN AVE (Ald. Dist. #2) -Report a problem; offset.
 
Agenda Item 56
Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for E-W Bus Rapid Transit Main Bid Package. (1st, 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th, 8th, 9th, 11th, 12th, 15th, 17th , 19th AD)
Recent Legislative History
8/17/22 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution approves plans and seeks bids for improvements needed to implementing the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project. Costs associated with these improvements are expected to be $50m to $60m. The 2022 capital budget included $142.5m for BRT including $115.8m in federal funding. The start of project construction activities will be contingent upon the execution of a grant agreement with the Federal Transit Administration for capital grant funds.
 
REPORT OF COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 71
Directing City Staff to Provide Public Notification Related to Property Development Proposals, Alcohol Licenses, and Other City Business
Sponsors: Grant Foster And Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
8/8/22 PLAN COMMISSION    Return to Lead with the Recommendation for Approval to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution directs city staff to print and send neighborhood meeting notifications related to property development proposals, alcohol licenses, and other city business. The Common Council office coordinates the public notification of neighborhood meetings. This process may result in an increase in postage and printing costs, however, applicants are billed for postage. Costs are anticipated to be minimal and covered with existing resources. The Clerk's Office and the Planning Division do not anticipate any additional costs related to this resolution. No appropriation is required at this time.
 
Agenda Item 72
Creating 33.01(12) of the Madison General Ordinances to require recording of open session meetings.
Recent Legislative History
8/11/22 COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER
Recommendations: immediate effective date for virtual meetings and January 1, 2023, effective date for in-person meetings. 
 
Agenda Item 73
2023 Common Council Meeting Dates
Legislative History
8/31/22 COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF FINANCE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 77
Amending the Police Department's operating budget, and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a Project Safe Neighborhoods grant award from the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice in the amount of $13,343 and a Dane County Narcotics Task Force subaward of up to $31,433 for overtime to address violence
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway And Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
8/29/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes the acceptance of a Project Safe Neighborhoods grant award from the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice (WDOJ) in the amount of $13,343 and a WDOJ Dane County Narcotics Task Force sub-award of up to $31,433. The resolution also amends the Police Department's operating budget by increasing the budgets for overtime and related benefits funded by the grants. The overtime will be used for Project Safe Neighborhoods initiatives to address violence.
 
Agenda Item 79
Approving and Implementing Changes to the City of Madison Façade Grant Program to increase grant amounts, improve equity, simplify the process and strengthen the program.
Recent Legislative History
8/29/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution approves changes to the City of Madison Façade Grant program including increasing grant amounts and expanding eligibility. This resolution does not change the current budget for the program of $125,000. Any additional funding for the program will be included in future Economic Development Division budget requests and subject to Council approval.
 
Agenda Item 80
Amending the Police Department's 2022 Operating Budget; and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept a FY2022 USDOJ Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant for $110,839, and to utilize these funds to support several law enforcement initiatives
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway And Patrick W. Heck
Recent Legislative History
8/29/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: The body of this resolution includes the following -
The City of Madison Police Department will receive $83,656 that shall be used as follows:
• $35,000 for electric vehicle charging stations at district stations and training center
• $18,156 for an electronic signboard for public safety messages
• $12,500 for communication headsets for the Special Events Team
• $12,000 for patrol tire deflation devices
• $6,000 for police officer recruiting supplies
 
Agenda Item 81
A Resolution amending the 2022 Operating Budgets of the Police Department; and accepting $833,338 from the Wisconsin Department of Administration Law Enforcement Agencies Safer Communities fund to support law enforcement
Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway, Patrick W. Heck And Yannette Figueroa Cole
Recent Legislative History
8/29/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE.   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes the acceptance of a Wisconsin Department of Administration Law Enforcement Agencies Safer Communities grant. The $833,338 grant will reimburse expenditures from March 15, 2022 through June 30, 2023 for certain costs associated with Madison Police Department (MPD) hiring, training, testing, and equipping law enforcement officers; updating technology and policies; and implementing new crime-reduction initiatives.
The resolution also amends MPD's 2022 operating budget to appropriate $669,938 of the grant funding for purposes delineated in the resolution. MPD will propose a plan as part of their 2023 Operating Budget Request for using the remaining grant funds ($163,400). The grant does not require any city matching funds and there is no impact on the levy.
Note: The body of this resolution includes the following -
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Police Department will use $669,938 as follows:
• Provide $2,000 sign on bonuses and up to an additional $2,000 for out-of-state recruitment bonuses for its 2023 spring recruit class, as permitted by the grant funding guidelines, if appropriated by the Common Council in its 2023 operating budget ($110,000)
• Improve its community policing efforts organizationally by training officers in stratified policing supervisory and operational model to improve efficiency, effectiveness and accountability ($98,000).
o Stratified Policing is an award winning evidence based policing strategy that incorporates Problem-Oriented Policing, Crime Analysis, and Accountability within all levels of the organization. The Stratified Policing implementation model is essential to understanding organizational culture and crime behavior in Madison. The assessment includes an examination of current data and technology capabilities, supervisor and officer training, crime analysis products, crime reduction policies and procedures, as well as the organizational structure and unit/personnel functions.
• Purchase and enter into a contract for ShotSpotter Connect patrol management software to improve officer pro-activity in addressing data-driven beat-level issues, concerns and trends (using the stratified policing operational model) that will improve neighborhood-level response with the goal of better preventing and addressing crime, pending APM 3-20 approval (Attorney's, Risk Management and IT) ($175,000)
o Connect is patrol management software that uses data driven analytics designed with civil liberties protections. The platform uses crime data, and community specific input data, to help police optimize patrols, deter crime, and improve community relations. Traditional methods of policing rely on person-based and historical crime data, which we believe leads to unintentional bias. Bias in any manner is ineffective law-enforcement and creates racial disparities. Connect gives command staff better visibility into officer activity, which helps to control "over-policing", and provides a transparent mechanism for community members to understand officer behavior that builds police legitimacy and makes communities feel safe. This product is not gunshot detection software.
• Electric bicycles ($30,000) that would allow officers to better engage the community, respond to calls quicker, and arrive on scene with less fatigue then conventional bikes.
• Ballistic helmets for all officers to provide officer safety for potential use during active shooter responses ($221,400).
• Cover the costs of some officer initial issue supplies, equipment and uniform costs allow for the reallocation of $35,538 which will be used then for one-time equipment and supplies purchases.
 
Agenda Item 83
A Resolution authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into a multi-year, competitively selected service contract with Masabi LLC for a Comprehensive Fare Collection Solution for Metro Transit and amending the 2022 Capital Budget to add $3,983,291 in Federal funding to Metro's Transit Technology System project.
Recent Legislative History
8/29/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT (15 VOTES REQUIRED) - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 93
Establishing a Glass-Free Zone for the State Street area from 9:00 p.m. on October 28, 2022 to 5:00 a.m. on October 30, 2022.
Recent Legislative History
8/10/22 PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
 
ORDINANCES
 
Agenda Item 106
Amending sections of Chapter 28 to allow dwelling units in mixed-use buildings in certain residential districts.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck And Erik Paulson
Legislative History
8/30/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission (10/3/22); Common Council (10/11/22)
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This proposed ordinance change allows for dwelling units in mixed-use buildings as a permitted and conditional use in the following Residential Districts: SR-V1, SR-V2, TR-V1, TR-V2, TR-U1, TR-U2 and TR-P, as well as the Downtown and Urban Districts DR1 and DR2. Tables 28C-1 and 28E-2 are amended to reflect this change. MGO 28.033 "Residential Building Forms" is amended to add "Commercial Building Blocks" and "Flex Building" and allow them in the residential districts discussed above. MGO 28.073 "Downtown District Building Forms" is amended to allow Commercial Blocks and Flex Buildings in DR1 and DR2. Finally the supplemental regulations for "Dwelling Units in Mixed-Use Buildings" in MGO 28.151 is amended to include (g) which states that in residential districts, allowed uses are those specifically included and identified as permitted and conditional uses in the district use tables. The bulk requirements for the multi-family use in the district apply.
 
Agenda Item 107
Amending several sections of Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances to create "Mission Boxes" as a permitted use in various districts.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck
Legislative History
8/30/22 Attorney's Office.   Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission (10/3/22); Common Council (10/11/22)
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This ordinance amends several sections of Chapter 28 to create "Missions Boxes" as a permitted use in all residential, mixed-use, commercial downtown and urban and employment districts. Mission Boxes are structures constructed or authorized by the owner of a parcel for the purpose of providing free items to the public, including, but not limited to, books, food, clothing and home goods. Mission Boxes will be permitted setback encroachments in the front, side and rear yard setbacks and MGO 28.132(1) is amended to reflect that allowance. Mission Boxes will also have several supplemental regulations, including size and structural limitations such as restrictions against impeding the right-of-way. MGO Sec. 28.151 (Supplemental Regulations) is amended to reflect those restrictions. Finally, the "Accessory Uses and Strictures" section in the Downtown and Urban Districts Use Table 28E-2 in MGO Sec. 28.072 is reordered in alphabetical order.
Note: This item formalizes allowing various types of Mission Boxes, sometimes referred to as "Little Free Libraries" and other "Little Free" concepts.
 
RESOLUTIONS
 
Agenda Item 111
Authorizing a five-year agreement between Dane County and the City of Madison for the reimbursement of costs and placement of staff for the Crisis Response Team.
Legislative History
7/27/22 Fire Department    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/12/22); Common Council (9/20/22)
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution authorizes an updated contracted between Dane County and the City of Madison for the reimbursement of costs and placement of staff for the Crisis Response Team. A five-year contract approved and signed by Dane County and the City of Madison in 2021 stipulated funding for two contracted mental health crisis workers and 25 percent of a mental health supervisor, reimbursable by the City to the County for allowable costs not to exceed $191,500 per year. The City of Madison 2022 Adopted Operating Budget included funding for two additional mental health crisis workers, totaling four mental health crisis workers and 25 percent of a mental health supervisor, bringing the total reimbursable costs to $355,500.
 
Agenda Item 112
Authorizing the City of Madison, on behalf of the Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC), to accept an aggregate EHH grant award of up to $897,412 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with specific Dane County CoC agencies selected by the CoC Board of Directors to receive the EHH funds; and amending the Community Development Division's 2022 Adopted Operating Budget to reflect receipt of the funds.
Legislative History
8/5/22 Community Development Division.   Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/12/22), CDBG Committee (9/8/22), Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 115
To approve the schedule of Special Charges for the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse for 2021/22 Maintenance Charges.
Legislative History
8/24/22 Parks Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/1222); Downtown Coordinating Committee (9/15/22); Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 124
Authorizing the City of Madison to accept a $40,000 donation from the Madison Gas and Electric (MGE) Foundation, which represents the first of a two-year commitment to help pay expenses associated with the Dairy Drive campground at 3202 Dairy Drive; and amending the Unsheltered Homeless Support project in the Community Development Division's 2022 Operating Budget as appropriate to recognize the additional revenue and commensurate expenditures.
Legislative History
8/30/22 Community Development Division.   Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/12/22); CDBG Committee (9/8/22); Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 126
Amending the 2022 Operating Budget to Increase Staff for Public Health Madison and Dane County to Expand Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
Legislative History
8/30/22 BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY    Referred for Introduction
Board of Health for Madison and Dane County (9/7/2022); Common Council (9/20/2022)
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution amends the Public Health Madison and Dane County 2022 Operating Budget and increases staff to expand Sexual and Reproductive Health Services. Seven full-time positions will be created to support this expansion including a Public Health Supervisor, a Nurse Practitioner, three Public Health Nurses, a Public Health Aide, and a Clerk. The cost of these positions in 2022 is $129,133. Supplies necessary to expand the clinic have been identified as $101,700. The expansion will be initially funded in 2022 by Dane County at a total of $230,833.
The annual costs of this expansion are approximately $1.1 million and beginning in 2023, will be shared by the City of Madison and Dane County according to equalized value as defined within the Public Health Intragovernmental Agreement.
 
Agenda Item 127
Designating City of Madison Polling Locations for the 2022 General Election
Legislative History
8/30/22 Clerk's Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 128
Accepting additional Emergency Rental Assistance funds from the U.S. Treasury Department, to be awarded to the City of Madison under the Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021 (H.R. 133), to help prevent evictions and promote housing stability for eligible households affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, amending the Community Development Division's 2022 Operating Budget to reflect receipt of those funds, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to amend agreements with the Community Action Coalition for South-Central Wisconsin and Benevate Inc (a/k/a Neighborly Software) to implement Dane CORE 2.0 Emergency Rental Assistance Program. 
Legislative History
8/31/22 Community Development Division.   Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/12/22), Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 130
Amending the 2022 Adopted Operating Budget for Traffic Engineering - Bicycle & Pedestrian Services to accept a $346,400 Transportation Alternative Program (TAP) grant from the Wisconsin Department of Transportation for Project I.D. 5992-22-00 (City of Madison Electric Bicycles) and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the TAP grant agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation along with the Madison B-Cycle Expansion Grant Agreement with B-Cycle LLC.
Legislative History
8/31/22 Traffic Engineering Division    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Commission (9/14/22), Finance Committee (9/13/22), Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 131
Amending the 2022 Adopted Capital Budget for Traffic Engineering - Traffic Safety Infrastructure to accept a $130,000 grant from the Transportation Alternative Program, approve the State / Municipal Agreement for Local Let Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project, I.D. 1009-22-14, for City of Madison Safe Routes to School Plan.
Legislative History
8/31/22 Traffic Engineering Division    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Commission (9/14/22), Finance Committee (9/13/22), Common Council (9/20/22)
 
Agenda Item 132
Approving the selection of Porchlight, Inc. as the operator of a new facility, to be constructed by the City, to provide emergency shelter and supportive services primarily to male-identifying persons in Madison and Dane County that experience homelessness, and to authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into any agreements and contracts with Porchlight, Inc. necessary to fulfill that purpose.
Legislative History
8/31/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/28/22), CDBG Committee (9/8/22), City County Homeless Issues Committee (9/19/22), Common Council (10/11/22)
 
Agenda Item 133
Extending the provision of on-site supportive services to users of the City's urban campground at 3202 Dairy Drive by Madison Area Care for the Homeless (MACH) Onehealth, Inc., and authorizing the City of Madison to execute a contract with MACH Onehealth, Inc., to perform those services, drawing on up to $260,000 of available Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act funds to help finance them. 
Legislative History
8/31/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (9/12/22), CDBG Committee (9/8/22); Common Council (9/20/22)
 
CAPITAL BUDGET
 
Agenda Item 139
2023 Executive Capital Budget
Legislative History
8/15/22 FINANCE COMMITTEE    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (Public Hearings 9/12/22, 9/28/22, additional briefing with no public comment 9/13/22), Common Council (Public Hearings 9/20/22, 10/11/22, 11/15/22)
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS & INTRODUCTION OF ITEMS FROM THE FLOOR
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Street Use Staff Commission: Details
10:00am, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
 
STREET USE PERMITS FOR CONSIDERATION AND VOTE
 
Agenda Item 3
MADISON NIGHT MARKET
Amending permit to include Friday, Oct. 14 (in conjunction with Science on the Square) & Saturday, Nov. 19 (Holiday Market)
Thursdays: 5/14, 6/9, 8/11, 9/8/2022 / 2pm-12am
Street Closure: 100-700 blocks of State St., 200-400 blocks W. Gilman St., 400 block of N. Broom St.
Annual Night Markets with vending, performers and activities hosted by Madison's Central Business Improvement District
Discuss location(s), schedule, set up and activities.
Madison's Central Business Improvement District / Tiffany Kenney
 
Agenda Item 4
MADISON MARATHON
Set up: Sat, Nov. 12, 2022 / 2pm
Event: Sun, Nov. 13, 2022 / 7am-2pm
Tear down: Sun, Nov. 13, 2022 / 2pm-7pm
Street Closure: 100 E. Washington AVe, 200 MLK Jr. Blvd, 100 Wisconsin Ave. / Sun, Nov. 13, 2022, 8am
Capitol Square from MLK Jr Blvd to W. Wash (10 blocks of E. Main, N. & S. Pinckney, E. & W. Mifflin, & S. Carroll , excluding 10 N Carroll and 10 W Main)/ Sun. Nov. 13, 2022, 3pm
All roads open Sun., Nov 13, 2022 / 7pm
Discuss route, setup, schedule
Race Day Events, LLC / Abbey Vanvalkenburg
 
Agenda Item 5
RUN SANTA RUN
Sat, December, 12, 2022 / 11am - 6:30pm
Start and Finish: Capitol Square
Route: 100-500 block of E. Mifflin - rolling closure starting at 2:50pm
Discuss location/route, schedule, set-up and activities.
Race Day Events, LLC / Peter Nickel
 
Agenda Item 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS
Preview upcoming events - September 7 - 21, 2022
SEPTEMBER
8, Thu, 12:10pm-11:59pm, Madison Night Market, 100-600 State Street, 200-400 W. Gilman St., 400 N. Broom St.
8, Thu, 8am-4pm Pride Flag Install, 100 State St
10, Sat, 7am-4:30pm, Ironman 70.3, 200 MLK Jr Blvd, run/bike route
11, Sun, 6:45am-12:30am, Ironman, 200 MLK Jr Blvd, run/bike route
 
Note: The dedication of the Intersectional Pride crossing at the top of State Street had not been 100% confirmed as of publication, but I anticipate it will take place in the late afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 8.
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Urban Design Commission: Details
4:30pm, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
 
INFORMATIONAL PRESENTATION
 
Agenda Item 4
415 N. Lake Street - Planned Development (PD), New Lake Street Public Parking Ramp and Mixed-Use Building. 2nd Ald. Dist.
Owner: City of Madison
Applicant: Michael Oates, Eppstein Uhen Architects
Informational Presentation
UDC will be an Advisory Body
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Board of Health for Madison and Dane County: Details
5:00pm, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022
 
PRESENTATIONS
 
Agenda Item 3
Communicable Disease Update for September 7, 2022

NEW BUSINESS

Reports

Agenda Item 4
Access to Reproductive Healthcare Position Statement
 
City of Madison Resolutions
 
Agenda Item 6
Amending the 2022 Operating Budget to Increase Staff for Public Health Madison and Dane County to Expand Sexual and Reproductive Health Services
 
REPORTS TO COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 3
Communicable Disease Update for September 7, 2022
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Madison Arts Commission: Details
5:30pm, Wednesday, Sept. 7, 2022

Agenda Item 2
Metro Transit Percent for Art Project
-Finalist proposal presentations
 
Agenda Item 8
Art in Public Places
-Report of the Public Art Committee chair
-AIPP funding discussion
-Park Facility Public Art Plan
-Ballot boxes
 
Agenda Item 11
MAC Administrative Reports
-Intersectional Pride crossing dedication September 8th at the Madison Night Market
-Grant Committee update on Black Women Speak panel
-Room Tax budget decision
Note: The dedication of the Intersectional Pride crossing at the top of State Street had not been 100% confirmed as of publication, but I anticipate it will take place in the late afternoon of Thursday, Sept. 8.
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Community Development Block Grant Committee: Details
5:30pm, Thursday, Sept. 8, 2022
 
Presentations from Applicants in the 2022 Affordable Housing Fund-Tax Credits RFP Process
 
Agenda Item 2
5:40pm-6:05pm
  - Wisconsin Housing Preservation Corp.: 3401 E Washington Avenue (Gardner Bakery)
6:10pm-6:35pm
  - MSP Real Estate, Inc.: The North End
6:40pm-7:05pm
  - Movin' Out & Housing Initiatives: Scattered Sites
7:10pm-7:35pm
  - Northpointe Development & Dreamlane Real Estate Group: Merchant Place Apartments
7:40pm-8:05pm
  - St. John's Church/Urban Land Interests: St. John's Lutheran Church Redevelopment
8:10pm-8:35pm
  - Gorman & Company: Washington Avenue Lofts
Note: The St. John's Church/Urban Land Interests application is in District 2.
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