Last night, the Plan Commission unanimously approved the changes at West High, so the old monuments building will be coming down and construction will start on time (roughly summer 2022).
After I shared some information in last week's messaging regarding composting, one of our neighbors, Susan, wrote me to tell me about her experience composting in her yard for more than three decades! She said she has been composting all food and garden stuff, in 3 bins
I sincerely hope you are enjoying summer. I've had the pleasure of dining al fresco, taking in Concerts on the Square (at Breese Stevens), and hanging out with friends at the Terrace. My garden is growing, and my first foray into home composting is going quite well.
A few updates of interest this week:
1) Ever wonder about how Madison, and our neighborhood, has been changing over time? A new set of data has been added to Madison's Neighborhood Indicators Project (NIP)--a tracking system with trend data going back to 2008
Several important updates for you:
1) It's been hot and it hasn't rained for quite a while. The City of Madison is requesting that you limit outdoor watering, particularly avoiding watering mid-day.
The University Ave. reconstruction project, along with the proposed assessments to City parcels, will be presented to the Board of Public Works on June 16 at 5:30pm.
To register to speak at the public hearing, please visit the Clerk’s website (link available once agenda is posted).