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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 Nov. 21 Meetings of Interest for District 2

November 19, 2022 10:41 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.
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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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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 district2@cityofmadison.com or contact the neighborhood steering committees as noted below.

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

State St-Campus Garage Proposal

Per the applicant's request, the Plan Commission's consideration of this proposed redevelopment of the Campus-State Street Parking Garage at 415 N. Lake St will now be on Dec. 12 rather than the originally scheduled date of Nov. 21. Mortenson Development is proposing a large student-focused apartment building above a new city-owned parking garage that will include a new intercity bus terminal. 

There are many moving parts to the proposal's consideration by city bodies. At Common Council's Nov. 22 meeting, a resolution will be introduced that, if eventually approved, would cement a development agreement between Mortenson and the City. That agreement will be considered by the Finance Committee on Nov. 28, the Joint Campus Area Committee on Nov. 29, and the Transportation Commission on Nov. 30. It is expected back at Common Council for final approval on Dec. 6. The agreement is required because the parking garage and bus terminal components will be city-owned with the associated complexities of constructing such a project and also because Mortenson is committing to providing some levels of rent affordability for some of the units. You can see the text of this resolution here. Another 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.

Materials for Plan Commission's Dec. 12 consideration of the applications for demolition, the Conditional Use related to an elevator overrun, and the Planned Development Zoning, will be housed in various legislative files, including here. The materials from the Urban Design Commission's consideration are here. I'll publish more information in future Alder Update as considerations draw closer.

A Transportation Department memo was submitted addressing various issues and questions that have been raised by the Campus Area Neighborhood Association steering committee for the proposal, nearby business and property owners, and other stakeholders. UDC discussed these matters, but they are more in the purview of Plan Commission, although the actual design of Hawthorne Court itself will be in the Board of Public Work's realm. That said, discussions of the planned vehicular (including bus) and pedestrian circulation, deliveries for businesses, and related matters will continue.

CANA has an active steering committee evaluating the proposal and is expected to issue a report on the proposal shortly. If you'd like to participate, contact canamadison@gmail.com.

------- 668 State Street 

668 State St Proposal

The proposal by 668 State LLC to construct a four-story addition atop the existing two-story commercial building at 668 State St. will be at Plan Commission on Monday, Nov. 21. 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. As of this writing, this agenda item has been proposed for inclusion on the Plan Commission meeting's Consent Agenda, so unless a Commissioner requests "separation" or a member of the public registers to give public comment, the proposal is likely to pass without discussion. As Alder of the district in which this site is located and as a Plan Commissioner, I do not plan to request separation.

The applicant is seeking approval of a Conditional Use in the Downtown Core (DC) District for an addition to a building greater than 20,000 square feet and that has more than four stories. The ground floor is the current location of UW Credit Union, which is expected to remain, and a new front facade along State Street is proposed. 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 Plan Commission materials, including the staff report, are here.

In its advisory findings, the Urban Design Commission gave final approval to this proposal. They unanimously approved the requested Conditional Use for a building of this size and the project's conformity with both the Downtown Urban Design Guidelines and the zoning district's design standards.

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

St John's Proposal

At their Dec. 14 meeting, the Urban Design Commission is expected to focus on this proposal's initial and/or full approval of their rezoning request, compliance with Urban Design District #4 guidelines, and related design matters. St. John's and their development partners, Urban Land Interests (ULI) and Potter Lawson, propose to demolish the current St. John's church and 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, and underground parking below. Materials from the developer's earlier informational presentation to UDC can be found here. I'll be sure to publicize updated information as the date draws closer. 

Plan Commission's consideration of the proposal is now expected on Jan. 9. The developers have applied for a rezoning to a Planned Development District, so UDC and Plan Commission will be weighing in that and other matters. This proposal also includes a request for two bonus stories as allowed by the Zoning Code.

Plan Commission will also be considering the applicant's request to demolish the existing church and addition. In October, the Landmarks Commission found that the current structure has historic value as the work/product of architects of note (Claude and Starck) and that although there have been significant modifications to the structure, there is precedent for additions or alterations to be noted as significant in their own right, which may be relevant for this structure. Landmarks findings are advisory to the Plan Commission, who will make the demolition decision. The Community & Cultural Resources Planner's report on the proposed demolition can be found here.

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 bob.klebba@gmail.com.

------- 428-444 State Street

400 Block State Street Revised

As mentioned in last week's Alder Update, JD McCormick Properties' proposal to redevelop 428 to 444 State Street is expected to be back before the Urban Design Commission on Dec. 14 and at Plan Commission on Jan. 9, assuming UDC approves of revisions to the proposal. 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.

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 eventually does make a recommendation, Plan Commission will consider the Demolition Permit and requested Conditional Uses

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.

Back on Jan. 31, 2022, the Landmarks Commission considered the requested demolitions of the three buildings. The city staff report on these buildings is here. As with all proposed demolitions in the city, Landmarks provide advisory findings to Plan Commission who will make the decisions on demolitions. For the building at 440-444 State Street Landmarks found that (paraphrased) it has historic value related to the vernacular context of Madison's built environment, but the building itself is not historically, architecturally or culturally significant. For 432-436 and 428-430 State Street (2 buildings) the Commission found that (paraphrased) the buildings have historic value based on architectural significance, cultural significance, historic significance, and/or its status as a contributing structure in a National Register Historic District.

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COVID Update

2. COVID-19 RESOURCES & INFORMATION

From Public Health Madison & Dane County:

Dane CORE - for rental and utility assistance.

Get Free COVID Tests at Home

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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Plan Commission: Details
5:30pm, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
Agenda Item 2
Creating Section 16.03 establishing a Transportation Demand Management Program and amending 33.56(5) of the Madison General Ordinances.
Note: See more on TDM here.
 
Development-Related Requests

Note: Items 6-8 are related and should be referred to December 12, 2022 at the request of the applicant
 
Agenda Item 6
415 N Lake Street; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish a parking structure
Note: This item and items 7 and 8 below will be referred to the Dec. 12 Plan Commission meeting. More details 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.
 
Agenda Item 17
668 State Street; 8th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Downtown Core (DC) District for an addition to a building greater than 20,000 square feet and that has more than four stories to allow construction of a four-story addition to an existing two-story commercial building
More details above in "District 2 Updates".
 
SECRETARY'S REPORT
 
- Upcoming Matters – December 12, 2022
- Zoning Text Amendment - Repealing and re-creating MGO Section 28.104, Transit-Oriented Development overlay district
 
- 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 Conditional Use - 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
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Community Services Committee: Details
6:00pm, Monday, Nov. 21, 2022
 
ACTION ITEM
 
Agenda Item 2
Discuss and Finalize Funding Recommendations for Youth, Young Adult, and Adult Employment RFP
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Common Council: Details
6:30pm, Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022
 
PRESENTATION OF CONSENT AGENDA
 
Agenda Item 1
Consent Agenda Document (11/22/22)
Legislative History
11/8/22 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.
 
PRESENTATIONS
 
Agenda Item 11
Council Update: Performance and Activity Update from Destination Madison - Ellie Westman Chin, CEO
Legislative History
11/16/22 Council Office    Refer to the COMMON COUNCIL
 
BUSINESS PRESENTED BY THE PRESIDENT OF THE COMMON COUNCIL
 
Agenda Item 14
Confirming the Madison Common Council meeting formats through February 28, 2023:
12/6/22 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
1/3/23 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
1/17/23 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
2/7/23 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
2/28/23 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)
Legislative History
11/8/22 Council Office   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ACCEPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
Agenda Item 15
Chief of Police 3rd Quarter Report: Chief Shon F. Barnes, Madison Police Department
Legislative History
11/14/22 Council Office   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ACCEPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORTS OF OFFICERS

REPORT OF BOARD OF BUILDING CODE, FIRE CODE, AND LICENSING APPEALS
 
Agenda Item 16
Amending Chapters 34 and 40 of the Madison General Ordinances to update fire protection and elevator inspection guidelines and requirements.
Recent Legislative History
11/1/22 BUILDING CODE, FIRE CODE, CONVEYANCE CODE AND LICENSING APPEALS BOARD    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY
 
Agenda Item 17
Amending Several Sections of Chapter 7 and Section 9.23(4)(d)3. and 4. of the Madison General Ordinances to remove embedded annual license fees and assign the Board of Health to establish annual license fees.
Recent Legislative History
10/25/22 COMMON COUNCIL   Refer to the BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY
AGENDA NOTE: The Board of Health for Madison and Dane County did not meet on 11/2/22 so the recommendation is to refer back to their 12/5/22 meeting for a return to the Common Council on 12/6/22.
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 
 
Agenda Item 19
Amending Section 8.27(3) of the Madison General Ordinances to update the Cross-Country Ski Permit Program.
Recent Legislative History
11/9/22 BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
 
REPORT OF BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
 
Agenda Item 24
Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Resurfacing 2023 - Assessment District. (2nd, 4th, 6th, 10th, and 14th AD)
Recent Legislative History
11/2/22 BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER
Note: This item includes resurfacing of E. Washington From Pinckney Street to Franklin Street.
 
REPORT OF COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 32
Amending Subdivisions (a), (c), and (d) of Section 3.50(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to Increase Alder Salaries and Associated Effective Dates.
Recent Legislative History
11/10/22 COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE   RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER
RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT WITH THE FOLLOWING RECOMMENDATIONS:
to recommend that alder pay be pegged to the City of Madison mean wages for the 20.81 expected hours of work per week.
AGENDA NOTE: This item requires at least 15 votes for passage.
Note: While the 2023 Operating Budget that passed Common Council this past week included pay raises for alders and council leadership, this ordinance change must also pass Council for the pay raises to take effect.
 
REPORT OF LANDLORD AND TENANT ISSUES COMMITTEE
 
Agenda Item 34
Amending Section 32.15 of the Madison General Ordinances, relating to expanding prohibitions on retaliation against tenants.
Recent Legislative History
11/10/22 LANDLORD AND TENANT ISSUES COMMITTEE    RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER

ITEMS REFERRED TO THIS MEETING

RESOLUTIONS

Agenda Item 43
Appointments to the Police Civilian Oversight Board
Recent Legislative History
10/25/22 COMMON COUNCIL    Refer to a future Meeting to Adopt to the COMMON COUNCIL
 
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
 
ORDINANCES
 
Agenda Item 49
Amending Sections of Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances to change Land Use Approval expirations and extensions.
Sponsors: Keith Furman, Jael Currie And Patrick W. Heck
Legislative History
11/15/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Plan Commission (12/12/22); Common Council (1/3/23)
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 51
Amending Sections within Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances to implement the new Transit Orientated Development ("TOD") Overlay District.
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck And Grant Foster
Legislative History
11/16/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Transportation Policy and Planning Board (12/5/22); Plan Commission (12/12/22); Common Council (1/3/22)
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:    This proposed ordinance changes several sections of Chapter 28 to implement the new Transit Orientated 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.
Note: See more on TOD here.
 
Agenda Item 52
Amending 1.01(2) and creating 1.01(14) of the Madison General Ordinances to update gender pronouns.
Legislative History
11/16/22 Attorney's Office   Referred for Introduction
Common Council Executive Committee (11/30/22); Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 53
Amending Section 3.01(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to Change Alder Terms and Elections.
Legislative History
11/16/22 Attorney's Office   Referred for Introduction
Common Council Executive Committee (11/30/22); Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 54
Approve the 2023 Urban Forestry Special Charge.
Legislative History
10/20/22 Streets Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/06/22)
 
Agenda Item 55
Approving the 2023 Resource Recovery Special Charge
Legislative History
10/21/22 Streets Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/06/22)
 
Agenda Item 62
Accepting the 2022 Agency Annual Surveillance Technology Reports for the 2021 Calendar Year
Legislative History
11/10/22 Council Office    Referred for Introduction
Common Council to adopt (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 70
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Development Agreement with Mortenson Development, Inc, and its assigns, for the reconstruction of the Lake Street portion of the State Street Campus Garage at 415 N. Lake Street (2nd A.D.).
Sponsors: Patrick W. Heck And Satya V. Rhodes-Conway
Legislative History
11/15/22 Economic Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Joint Campus Area Committee (11/29/22), Transportation Commission (11/30/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 72
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Amendment to the Structural Agreement with Overture Center Foundation, Inc. and an Annual Performance Contract for the 2023 operations of the Overture Center, and providing for a grant from the City.
Legislative History
11/15/22 Attorney's Office    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 74
Submitting the appointment of Ayodeji Arojo for confirmation of a five-year term as the Transit Chief Operating Officer.
Legislative History
11/16/22 Human Resources Department    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 76
BY TITLE ONLY: Authorizing the allocation of up to $1,750,000 to support community-based organizations (CBOs) in their work to deliver a continuum of services that respond to the post pandemic economy and meet the changing workforce needs of residents while focusing on youth, young adult, and adult employment services, as the result of a competitive RFP process conducted by the Community Development Division; and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with those agencies to implement the designated programs and services.
Legislative History
11/16/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 80
BY TITLE ONLY: Authorizing the City of Madison, on behalf of the Madison/Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC), to accept an aggregate Youth Homelessness Demonstration Program (YHDP) grant award of up to $2,293,291 from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with specific Madison/Dane County CoC agencies selected by the CoC's Youth Action Board (YAB) to receive the YHDP funds; and amending the Community Development Division's 2022 Adopted Operating Budget as appropriate.
Legislative History
11/16/22 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DIVISION CONFERENCE COMMITTEE   Referred for Introduction
Community Development Block Grant Committee (12/1/22), Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 81
BY TITLE ONLY: Authorizing the allocation of up to $150,000 from Community Development Division's 2022 Operating Budget to [Entity to be named] to support the costs of a consultant-led effort to update the Community Plan to Prevent and End Homelessness, and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into a Purchase of Service Agreement.
Legislative History
11/16/22 Community Development Division    Referred for Introduction
Community Development Block Grant Committee (12/1/22), Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
Agenda Item 82
Adopting and approving the Director of Human Resources contract for confirmation of a five-year term.
Legislative History
11/17/22 Human Resources Department    Referred for Introduction
Finance Committee (11/28/22), Common Council (12/6/22)
 
ANNOUNCEMENTS & INTRODUCTION OF ITEMS FROM THE FLOOR
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