Alder Marsha A. Rummel
210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Madison, WI 53703
Phone: (608) 266-4071
Fax: (608) 267-8669
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Alder Rummel’s Updates
D6 Items of Interest Week of June 10, 2019
Highlights: The Finance Committee may select a developer to construct a mixed use building on Judge Doyle Square- Block 88 on Monday. At Tuesday's Common Council meeting all alcohol licenses are renewed for the coming year. Lots of D6 info below. After years of budget requests... the plans and specs to install gates and signals needed to implement a Quiet Zone for Waubesa/Corry/Marquette St and a non-competitive bid to install them is on the agenda for approval! On Wednesday, the Transportation Commission will seeks bids for traffic calming, including adding a continental sidewalk crossing at Elmside Blvd and Atwood and takes up the Wilson/Broom plans. Also on Wednesday, the Board of Parks Commissioners takes up the proposal to create a Task Force on Municipal Golf in Madison Parks. On Thursday, please join me and Alder Syed Abbas for a neighborhood meeting where the Movin' Out and Red Caboose development team will present a revised project design for 2340 S. Winnebago Street. Check the end of the blog for upcoming meetings.
Statement from Mayor Rhodes Conway and Common Council Leadership, Council President Shiva Bidar, and Council Vice President Barbara McKinney. Reacting to recently released video of an arrest made by Madison Police officers, Thursday, June 6, 2019 "We expect a fair and thorough investigation of this very disturbing video. The key to public confidence in the integrity of the investigative process is full transparency after the fact. We are committed to a higher level of transparency and taking a proactive, problem-solving approach to the difficult issue of handling mental health crises."
Calling all artists! The Madison Arts Commission and The Bubbler at Madison Public Library are launching a new, 11-month artist residency program based out of a dedicated art studio at Thurber Park. Artist(s) will carry out their residency in the Thurber Park art studio, and their work will culminate in a public art commission created during their time there. The artist or artist pair will also engage with the local community through free, open studio days, community workshops, neighborhood partnerships, and larger community events hosted out of their space. The Thurber Park Residency program will provide the artist with funding, time, and space to develop their own art practice, as well as allowing for deeper community connections and the possibility for funding and guidance to develop a public art piece in the Darbo-Worthington neighborhood. Art makers of all backgrounds and mediums creating durable, timeless art, suitable for outdoor public settings are encouraged to apply. The deadline for applications is Monday, June 24, 2019 by midnight CST. Apply online at: madisonbubbler.org/thurber-application More information about the Thurber Park Residency program is available at: madisonbubbler.org/thurberparkartistresidency
Beach conditions: Between Memorial Day and Labor Day, Public Health Madison & Dane County (PHMDC) Laboratory staff monitor conditions and test water at local beaches for bacteria and blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) to determine if they are safe for recreation and swimming, and to reduce the risk of illness. Water is tested weekly at the beaches for the bacteria E. coli and blue-green algae. If a test shows concerning results, PHMDC will post signs at the beach and update the PHMDC beach website, indicating people should stay out of the water. Water quality is then checked each weekday until levels of bacteria and blue-green algae return to acceptable levels. Once levels are acceptable signs at the beach are removed and the beach website is updated. People can check to see if the water quality at a beach is acceptable for swimming and recreation before they go by checking the PHMDC website, checking the PHMDC Facebook and Twitter pages , or by signing up for beach water quality condition alerts. Even if one beach is closed for swimming, others may be open.
Good news: The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced this week the award of a $300,000 brownfield assessment grant to the City of Madison. The grant will be used to conduct environmental assessments and remediation planning on contaminated industrial and commercial properties, with a focus on the South Park Street corridor. During the 1940's a two-mile stretch of S. Park Street became known as "Gasoline Alley" due to the number of gas stations and auto repair and sales businesses. The EPA brownfield grant will be used to investigate this legacy contamination in the effort to promote sustainable redevelopment. Brownfields are abandoned or underused commercial or industrial properties where the expansion or redevelopment of the sites is hindered by real or perceived contamination. These properties present unique public health, environmental and economic challenges to the communities in which they are located. In Wisconsin, there are an estimated 10,000 brownfields, many of them impacting under-served and economically disadvantaged communities.
Monday June 10, 2019
4:30p room 215 MMB
3. 55944 Accepting the Community Development Division (CDD) Neighborhood Center Support Policy Paper" and "School-Age Child and Youth Development Policy Paper" as the bases for structuring and conducting two Request for Proposals (RFP) processes, and authorizing the CDD to undertake those processes and recommend, for approval by the Common Council, funding allocation plans for each regarding awards and contracts to take effect on January 1, 2020.
5. 56021 Judge Doyle Block 88 Proposals - Presentation of Report and Consideration of Possible Resolution to Select a Developer
6. 56020 Approving the Selection of a Judge Doyle- Block 88 Development Team with Whom to Commence Negotiations and Directing Further Actions.
Monday June 10
5p room 153 MMB
2. 55997 515 S Paterson St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Installation of door on second-story porch; 6th Ald. Dist.
3. 55998 517 S Baldwin St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Installation of windows, roof, and stucco on silo; 6th Ald.
4. 56055 939 Jenifer St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Construction of deck; 6th Ald. Dist.
6. 56060 940 Williamson St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Painting of mural; 6th Ald. Dist.
7. 56074 417 Cantwell Ct - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Replacement of porch floorboards; 6th Ald. Dist.
8. 47837 Landmarks Commission Historic Preservation Plan Status Report
Monday June 10
5:30p room 201 CCB
8. 55878 Creating Section 28.130 and Section 28.151 and amending Sections 28.151, 28.061, 28.072 and 28.082 of the Madison General Ordinances and to amend the definition of "Use, Accessory" create a new use category, "Use, Incidental" and create a new use "Incidental Alcohol Sales."
13. 52912 1202 S. Park Street; 13th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use to construct a mixed-use building with 1,200 square feet of commercial space and 58 apartments in Design Dist. 7.
Item 13 should be placed on file without prejudice; the applicant [Heartland Alliance Housing] has withdrawn the application.
Monday June 10
Madison Arts Commission
6:30p room 013 MMB (lower level)
1. 23110 Endorsing Community Projects - Dane County Storm Drain Mural Projects - Pig in a Fur Coat, Private Commission
2. 21297 BLINK Proposal Review
3. 43144 Poet Laureate Program & Initiatives Oscar Mireles will present: - Proposal for Youth Poet Laureate - MAC grant stipend for Poet Laureate - Call for next Poet Laureate
4. 37957 Art for Public Market - Fleet Service Closing Event - Discussion of Public Art Plan
5. 18179 Review of the Grant Review Process
6. 39932 Public Art Conservation - Capital Square Fountains - South Madison Gateway
Tuesday June 11
Common Council Executive Committee
4:30p room 153 MMB
5. 54652 Discussion with Mayor Rhodes-Conway - 5/21/19 - Update on Infrastructure Week and Recent Transit Meetings - Update on Recent Meeting with Regional Mayors
6. 55542 Discussion: City Assessor's Office Reorganization
7. 54669 Briefing on Neighborhood Center Funding Process - Community Development Division Staff UPDATES
8. 55274 Legislative Update (May 2019) - Nick Zavos, Deputy Mayor
9. 55091 Update: Madison Police Department Policy & Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee
10. 55116 Update: Task Force on Structure of City Government (5/21/19) - City Attorney Mike May Attachments: 5/17/19 Interim Report Task Force on Structure of City Government.pdf
Tuesday June 11
Madison Fire Department Fire Sprinkler Side-By-Side Demonstration
6:15 p.m. City-County Building (outside)
Members of the Common Council have been invited to attend a fire sprinkler side-by side demonstration by the Madison Fire Department. Fires will be set in two rooms, one with fire sprinklers and one without. The demonstration is a dramatic comparison of how fast fire develops and how effective fire sprinklers are in quenching a fire. Home fire sprinklers are the next logical step in reducing the number of lives lost annually due to unwanted fires in the home. The introduction and demonstration will take about 15 minutes.
Tuesday June 11
6:30p room 201 CCB
1. 55656 Recognizing June as National Alzheimer's and Brain Awareness Month and June 21, 2019 as The Longest Day.
2. 56154 Declaring June 18, 2019 to be Justice Shirley Abrahamson Day in the City of Madison.
3. 56186 Recognizing the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising of 1969 and recognizing June 2019 as Pride Month in the City of Madison.
The first Council meeting in June is when all alcohol licenses are renewed for the year. Licenses separated for review went through hearings last month before the ALRC. This agenda has lots of alcohol license recommendations, #6-50, and #61-129.
Many downtown/campus area licenses were separated to discuss with the owner their willingness to add the following condition: no patrons are permitted to enter or re-enter the establishment after 1:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday nights. I did not attend the ALRC hearings to know which establishments were specifically requested to add this condition but many agreed as you can see on the agenda. MPD added this condition last year as a pilot to several establishments and proposes to expand the condition because MPD believes it will help reduce some of the bar time issues they have seen over the last several years.
Approximately six licenses had the following conditions added to the existing license conditions: "* Farooq Shahzad shall not be the agent for the licensed establishment. * Farooq Shahzad shall not be involved in the day-to-day management of the licensed establishment. * Farooq Shahzad shall not be an agent, representative, officer, shareholder, or owner of Capitol Petroleum LLC." You may recall in March 2019, Shahzad was sentenced to 2 ½ years in federal prison for his role in the sale of so-called synthetic marijuana at some of his stores and for selling untaxed contraband smokeless tobacco.
9. 55537 Separated Liquor License Renewal Blue Agave Restaurant & Lounge LLC • dba Blue Agave • Capacity: 120 117 S Butler St • Agent: Sandra Alamilla Lopez Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 35% alcohol, 65% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406 Separation requested by City Attorney's Office LICLIB-2017-00947 License.pdf LICLIB-2017-00947 2019 Renewal.pdf McCarville comments.pdf Attachments: Legislative History 5/22/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - PUBLIC HEARING The conditions are: 1. Alcohol service shall cease Sunday - Thursday by 9:00 p.m. and Friday and Saturday by 1:30 a.m. 2. Patio must close by 10:00 p.m., daily. 3. Food must be available at all times. 4. The establishment must meet the definition of a restaurant as defined by Madison General Ordinance 38.02 at all times. 5. No outdoor amplification. 6. Dance floor is prohibited. 7. Front exterior must be continuously recorded by security camera system.
40. 55722 Public Hearing - New License Lake Management LLC • dba BP 2801 Atwood Ave • Agent: Felisa Corona-Forte Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 602 LICLIA-2013-00989 App to Add Wine.pdf LICLIA-2013-00989 Supplemental.pdf 2801 Atwood Ave map.pdf Rummel comments.pdf Attachments: Legislative History 5/2/19 Clerk's Office Referred for Introduction Alcohol License Review Committee Public Hearing 5/14/19 COMMON COUNCIL Referred for Public Hearing to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE 5/15/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - PUBLIC HEARING The condition is: 1. Class A Liquor license is restricted to the sale of cider and wine only.
43. 55735 Public Hearing - New License Pickle Jar • dba Pickle Jar 141 S Butler St • Agent: John Pickle • Estimated Capacity: 17 in/12 out Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 10% alcohol, 90% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406
48. 55964 Separated Liquor License Renewal Growl LLC • dba BarleyPop Tap and Shop • Capacity: 34 in/8 out 2045 Atwood Avenue #107 • Agent: Jason Hajdik Class B Beer • 100% alcohol, 0% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 313 Separation requested by City Attorney's Office LICLIB-2016-00938 License.pdf LICLIB-2016-00938 BARLEYPOP.pdf Attachments: Legislative History 5/22/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - PUBLIC HEARING Granting Class B Beer license only. The Class C Wine license renewal application was withdrawn by the applicant.
59. 55744 Update on Lake Levels and Flooding (June 11, 2019) - City Engineering Staff
60. 55551 Extending the deadline for the report and recommendations from the Urban Forestry Task Force
72. 55412 Change of Licensed Conditions Musonics LLC • dba Cafe Coda • Capacity: 99 indoors 1224 Williamson St • Agent: Hanah Jon Taylor Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 60% alcohol, 40% other Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408 Request to extend hours of operation to the following: Mondays through Saturdays 4pm - 1am (Saturdays 9am - 1am) Attachments: Musonics Change of Conditions App and Licenses.pdf Legislative History 5/15/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER The conditions for the alcohol and entertainment licenses are: 1. The establishment must close by midnight, Sunday thru Wednesday evenings, except for up to five times per month. Furthermore, the establishment must close by 1:00 am Thursday - Saturday evenings. 2. The establishment must keep the rear door closed except for deliveries, loading, unloading and emergencies. 3. The decibel level will not except 60 decibels, measured at the property line. 4. There will be a maximum capacity of 99 persons.
74. 55508 Entity Reorganization Rising Dough Inc • dba Madison Sourdough 916 Williamson St Class B Beer & Class C Wine Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) Remove 1 officer.
78. 55589 Separated 21+ Entertainment License Renewal Blue Agave Restaurant & Lounge LLC • dba Blue Agave • Capacity: 120 117 S Butler St • Agent: Sandra Alamilla Lopez 21+ Entertainment • 35% alcohol, 65% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406 Separation requested by City Attorney's Office LICENT-2017-00948 License.pdf LICENT-2017-00948 2019 Renewal.pdf McCarville comments.pdf Attachments: Legislative History 5/22/19 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO PLACE ON FILE - REPORT OF OFFICER The license renewal application was withdrawn by the applicant.
79. 55592 Change of Agent BJ & Mel's Sausage Factory • dba Underground Butcher • 811 Williamson St. New Agent: Sophia Phillips Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel)
82. 55803 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Madison Parks Foundation Event Location: John Nolen Drive Event Date: June 29, 2019 Aldermanic District 4 (Ald. Verveer) Police District: 405 Event: Shake the Lake
83. 55805 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center Event Location: 2000 block of Atwood (Winnebago to Division) Event Date: July 27, 2019 11am-10pm & July 28, 2019 11am-8pm Aldermanic District 6 (Ald. Rummel) Police District: 410 Event: Atwood Fest
85. 55807 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center Event Location: McPike Park, 2025 Ingersoll Event Date: July 11-14, 2019 Aldermanic District 6 (Ald. Rummel) Police District: 408 Event: Fete de Marquette
86. 55808 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center Event Location: 800-1000 blocks of Williamson St. Event Date: September 14-15, 2019 Aldermanic District 6 (Ald. Rummel) Police District: 408 Event: Willy Street Fair
91. 55814 Entity Reorganization 16 Bars LLC • dba Gibs 1380 Williamson St Class B Combination Liquor & Beer Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) 1 new officer
96. 55819 Entity Reorganization BJ & Mel's Sausage Factory • dba Underground Butcher 811 Williamson St Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) remove 1 officer
97. 55820 Entity Reorganization Barrymore Corporation • dba Barrymore Theatre 2090 Atwood Ave Class B Combination Liquor & Beer Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) 1 new officer, remove 2 officers
106. 55838 To grant 18+ and 21+ Entertainment 2019-2020 License Renewals with restrictions as previously approved and to include any change of corporate structure and amended conditions as set forth in the report.
132. 55871 Approving Plans and Specifications, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a non-competitive agreement with C.D.L. Electric, Inc. to install the necessary improvements pursuant to CFR Parts 222 and 229 to create Quiet Zones in the City of Madison. (6th AD)
After years of waiting...DOT # 177323L, Corry Street, Signals, gates, CWT, Power off and battery backup;
DOT # 177324T, Waubesa Street, Signals, gates, CWT, Power off and battery backup;
DOT # 178774T, Marquette Street path, crossbucks and stop signs for both directions; and,
158. 55766 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a First Amendment to the Lease with Deacon Housing LLC for a portion of the City's East Rail Corridor adjacent to 2304-2308 Atwood Avenue. (6th A.D.)
159. 55767 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a First Amendment to the Lease with Philip G. Plourd and Rhonda K. Plourd for a portion of the City's East Rail Corridor adjacent to 2318 Atwood Avenue. (6th A.D.)
168. 55944 Accepting the Community Development Division (CDD) Neighborhood Center Support Policy Paper" and "School-Age Child and Youth Development Policy Paper" as the bases for structuring and conducting two Request for Proposals (RFP) processes, and authorizing the CDD to undertake those processes and recommend, for approval by the Common Council, funding allocation plans for each regarding awards and contracts to take effect on January 1, 2020
After years of discussion, we finally have a plan to structure funding for neighborhood centers.
169. 55948 Amending a non-competitive service contract with RENEW Wisconsin, Inc. for the MadiSUN Program expansion in 2019. (City Wide AD)
171. 56020 Approving the Selection of a Judge Doyle- Block 88 Development Team with Whom to Commence Negotiations and Directing Further Actions.
172. 53620 Amending Section 41.09 of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify when a certificate of appropriateness is required under Sec. 41.09 of the Historic Preservation Ordinance at Forest Hill Cemetery.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: The Common Council designated the entire Forest Hill Cemetery as a Landmark in 1990. The form nominating Forest Hill for Landmark status provides several reasons for the historical significance of the Cemetery, including its landscape architecture and that it serves as the final resting place for several persons of transcendent importance in local, state and national history: historian Frederick Jackson Turner, Cordelia Harvey, Eston Hemings Jefferson, Robert M. LaFollette, Sr., and several other Wisconsin governors, the graves of some of Madison's earliest Jewish citizens, as well as the confederate rest area, a specific section of the cemetery surrounded by a stone outcropping where 140 CSA prisoners of war who died at Camp Randall were buried in 1862. Thus, Forest Hill's historic significance as a landmark site ranges from the uniqueness of its landscape architecture to the effigy mounds that were constructed there over a thousand years ago to the historical significance of the people who have been buried there.
In addition to being a Landmark, Forest Hill Cemetery is also an active cemetery that is operated and maintained by the City Parks Department. This means - among other things - that new gravesites and landscape features are being added often daily. Read literally, Sec. 41.09 would require a certificate of appropriateness from the Landmarks Commission any time the Parks Department interred a body or planted a tree. Nevertheless, the City has never sought certificates of appropriateness for such actions. Instead, the city traditionally seeks certificates of appropriateness when engaging in larger projects, such as repairs to the mausoleum.
This amendment clarifies what actions require certificates of appropriateness at Forest Hill Cemetery. Under this ordinance, a certificate of appropriateness would not be required to add a new gravesite, memorial or landscape feature to the cemetery. Nor would a certificate of appropriateness be required when alterating, demolishing, removing, or relocating any existing structure, object, or landscape feature that is less than fifty years old at the time of its alteration, demolition, removal, or relocation. Fifty (50) years is significant to this exception because it expresses the guidance provided by the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines for Rehabilitation that fifty years as the amount of time that must pass before a structure, object, or landscape feature gains historic value. Finally, a certificate of appropriateness would not be required to conduct routine day-to-day cemetery operations.
Introduced last fall, this item was lost in legistar...
177. 55447 Adopting the Interim Recommendations for South Broom Street and the 300 block of West Wilson Street, contingent on a successful pilot in the spring of 2019
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE
193. 56170 Public Hearing - New License Looking For Group Brewing Madison LLC • dba Union Corners Brewery 2438 Winnebago St • Agent: Eric Peterson • Estimated Capacity (in/out): 100/40 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 50% alcohol, 35% food, 15% other Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 603
196. 56176 Public Hearing - License Transfer Underground Kitchen & Delicatessen • dba Garver Events Transfer from 809 Williamson St to 3241 Garver Green Agent: Marilyn Matt • Estimated Capacity (in/out): 530/280 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 25% alcohol, 75% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 602
Wednesday June 12
Street Use Staff team
10a room 108 CCB
Check out the list of upcoming events.
Wednesday June 12
Discussion on Bird-Safe Glass Policy
4:30p room 417 CCB
Several members of the Common Council, including me, have been invited to attend a discussion with staff on a bird-safe glass policy.
Wednesday June 12
Urban Design Commission
4:30p room 153 MMB
1.52084 1314, 1318, 1326 East Washington Avenue - New Development of a Mixed-Use Building Containing Ground Floor Veterans Service Provider with 59 Apartments Above Located in UDD No. 8. 2nd Ald. Dist. Owner: County of Dane, Wisconsin Applicant: Mark Smith, Gorman & Company, LLC Final Approval is Requested
The Messner site.
Wednesday June 12
5p room 215 MMB
G.3. 55930 Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For W. Wilson Street and S. Broom Street Assessment District - 2019. (4th AD)
H.1. 56164 Leg File #55387 Presentation: Plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Local Road Traffic Calming & Arterial Pedestrian Enhancements.
Install a continental crosswalk at Elmside Blvd and Atwood Ave
Wednesday June 12
Board of Park Commissioners
6:30p Goodman Maintenance Facility 1402 Wingra Creek Pkwy
8 56150 Superintendent's June 2019 Report
Future Commission Items
• Urban Forestry Taskforce – The Urban Forestry Taskforce is requesting an extension from the Common Council to complete their work. They expect to be completed towards the end of the year. The task force was created by resolution and its recommendations will be reviewed by the BPC.
• IPM Taskforce – The IPM taskforce is working to extend its work throughout 2019 to better inform recommendations. Staff will present on the current status as a part of a land management update in the Fall.
• Golf – The Mayor has introduced a resolution to establish a Task Force on Municipal Golf in Madison Parks. This Task Force will focus on making recommendations on the multiple systematic issues related to golf.
• Dog Policy – The Long Range Planning Subcommittee has started work on reviewing the policy related to dogs in parks. Staff is hopeful that any policy changes will be brought to the Commission in the next few months.
• Off-Leash Dog Parks – The Odana School Park expansion is open to the public with some remaining finishing touches yet to be made. This will significantly aide the West side need, but additional focus is still likely needed given the number of residents and dogs on the West side. Staff is continuing to work on potential off-leash improvements in the two other priority areas of Atwood/East Isthmus, and Far East/Grandview. The Approved Master Plan for North Star Park will address the deficiency in Grandview.
• Alliant Energy Center Master Plan / Destination District Plan – Parks staff is working with Planning staff to prepare a presentation to the Commission on the County's work and plans for the Alliant area. Staff anticipates presenting this information after additional consultation with the Planning Division given the departure of Director Natalie Erdman this spring who was leading the City's coordination on this issue.
Olbrich Botanical Gardens
• Construction: The structural slabs – or sub floors -- of the Learning Center and produ
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