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Alder Regina Vidaver

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Alder Regina Vidaver

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 Vidaver’s Updates

Tag: Smoky's redevelopment

Smoky's neighborhood meeting THURSDAY 1/13, please give blood, new ambulance and more

Hello neighbors, We have another online neighborhood meeting this week, Thursday, January 13 at 6:30pm, to discuss a proposed development at the current Smoky’s site on University Avenue. Please register in advance to join the meeting. You may send me your questions in advance, or of course, … [read more]

Redevelopments in the District, Landmarks Ordinance Review public meetings, events and announcements

Hello neighbors, If you missed the neighborhood presentation on the redevelopment proposed at the Smoky’s location, you can review the recording at your leisure. During the presentation, there was a question regarding some dimensions, which the developer and architect didn’t have readily on … [read more]

Metro Redesign, Landmarks Ordinance Revision, Campground Success, Frozen Assets, Announcements, Staff Shout-outs

Hello neighbors, A few meetings of interest coming up: Monday, January 31, 5pm: The Transportation Policy & Planning Board will be reviewing the draft recommendations for the updated Metro transit plan. This plan will affect all bus routes for the city. Meeting … [read more]

Black History Month, announcements, meetings, fun stuff

Hello neighbors, A couple of weeks ago I highlighted an upcoming talk by the author of the 1619 Project in my weekly update. A constituent berated me for promoting such a divisive topic. While I understand there are some concerns about some of the historical accuracy of the 1619 Project … [read more]

No election 2/15, Hollaback and Center for Black Excellence & Culture webinars tomorrow, redevelopment updates, events and announcements

Hello neighbors, You may be wondering why we don’t have an election on February 15 – we don’t have a primary for any local election. Ultimately, we should all be concerned about this, and its impact on our democracy. With no competition, there’s no reason for people to campaign. And with no … [read more]

Metro network redesign meeting, LORC, project updates, events and announcements

Hello neighbors, There will be a Metro Network Redesign community meeting TOMORROW, February 24 at 6pm. I want to stress how important it is for anyone who rides the bus – or would do so if it were more convenient – to engage in this process. There are multiple service changes proposed for our … [read more]

Voting, Development, Metro redesign, MPD listening sessions, Sidewalks and utility poles, Events and announcements

Hello neighbors, A few updates and reminders this week: Voting The spring election is next Tuesday, April 5. Please check your polling place at myvote.wi.gov if you have not already voted absentee, as many polling places have changed due to redistricting and the pandemic. Polls will … [read more]

Sidewalk assessments, Recycling Recovery Charge, Listening sessions, Announcements and events

Hello neighbors, It was lovely to see so many of you at the polls at Blessed Sacrament the other day. I appreciate everyone who came out to vote in this election, as I know it wasn’t “high stakes”. The more people participate, the stronger our democracy. So, thank you again for voting! Here … [read more]

March for our lives, Metro Transit Redesign, West High construction, Development update, Events and announcements,

It’s not what you say. It’s what people hear. – Frank Luntz In my last message, I wrote something that, unfortunately, some people perceived as a statement that I did not support or believe in our country’s Constitution. Nothing could be further from the truth. Part of my oath of office was to … [read more]

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