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Alder Marsha A. Rummel

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Alder Marsha A. Rummel

Contact Information

Home Address:

1029 Spaight St # 6C
Madison , WI 53703

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 Rummel’s Updates

D6 Items of Interest Week of May 14, 2018

May 12, 2018 11:14 PM

Highlights: The Common Council will take up the Mayor's veto of the plans and specs for Winnebago St construction on Tuesday. To override the veto requires 14 votes. If you want to weigh in on reconsideration, email before 6:30p Tuesday or attend the meeting and register to speak. Please include your address in your email. It is item number 12 on the Council's agenda. If the vote to override the veto fails to get 14 votes, there is no approved project and Engineering staff will work on revising the plans. They will have to present the revised plans to Ped Bike Motor Vehicle Commission, Board of Public Works and the Common Council for adoption. But if the vote to override the veto succeeds, Option 2 will move forward as the Council adopted at the last meeting. See agenda item description below for more info. Here is link to the project page

A new use agreement with Big Top Events LLC and funding for Breese Stevens improvements is also on Tuesday's agenda along with CDBG funding for down payment assistance for Winnebago Co-Housing, and budget amendments for Olbrich expansion and Judge Doyle Square garage and retail component.

The final round of curbside yard waste collection starts this week, press release with details at the end of the blog.

Monday May 14, 2018

Landmarks Commission

5p room 103A CCB


1. 51428 138 S Franklin - Exterior Alteration in the First Settlement Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist. 


4. 51561 921 Jenifer - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist.?


5. 51562 118-126 State - Advisory Recommendation for development adjacent to Landmark, 4th Ald. Dist. 


6. 51349 Adopting the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan. 


7. 47837 Landmarks Commission Historic Preservation Plan Status Report 


9. 49999 Buildings Proposed for Demolition - 2018 -118 State Street -122 State Street -124 State Street -126 State Street


Monday May 14

Police and Fire Commission

5:15p room GR 27 CCB (enter 211 S Carroll St)


6. OIR Report Informal discussion by Commissioners. May address status of consideration of Report by other bodies; implications of Report for PFC practices; inquiries and instructions to legal counsel; scheduling of further discussions


Monday May 14

Task Force on Structure of City Government

6p room 354 CCB


5. 51531 Presentation: Results of Work Completed by the City's Guidance Team on Effective Government


6. 51532 Discussion: Recommendations of Task Force on Structure of City Government - Subcommittee on Government Officials on the Draft Survey of Government Official developed by the 


7. 51533 Update: Status of Task Force on Structure of City Government - Executive Subcommittee & Task Force on Structure of City Government - Communications Subcommittee



6/4/18 at 6:00 p.m., Room 354, City-County Building 

7/20/18 at 6:00 p.m., Room 354, City-County Building 

7/30/18 at 6:00 p.m., Pinney Branch Library (TENTATIVE) 

8/27/18 at 6:00 p.m., Urban League of Greater Madison 

9/17/18 at 6:00 p.m., Warner Park Community Center (TENTATIVE) 

9/28/18 at 6:00 p.m., Goodman Community Center (TENTATIVE) 

10/12/18 at 6:00 p.m., Room 354, City-County Building 

10/26/18 at 6:00 p.m., Urban League of Greater Madison 

11/9/18 at 6:00 p.m. , Sequoya Library (TENTATIVE)


Tuesday May 15

Common Council Executive Committee

4:30p room 108 CCB


5. 51408 Repealing Section 4.095(9) of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate the sunset provision for the Urban Forestry Special Charge. Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin, Samba Baldeh and Mark Clear Finance Committee recommended approval on 5/7/18. CCEC will make a report from the floor on their action at the 5/15/18 Common Council meeting. 


6. 51566 City Processes on Dealing with Employee Complaints - City Attorney Mike May 5/9/18 City Atty. May Memo: Re: Procedures for Employee Complaints.pdf 2018 City of Madison Personnel Rules.pdf APM 3-5.pdf Website Linke: City of Madison Employee Handbooks Attachments: 


7. 51575 Update: Jobs Project TIF Policy - Matt Mikolajewski, Economic Development Division Director & Staff Attachments: 5/7/18 DRAFT Jobs TIF Memo.pdf 


8. FUTURE AGENDA ITEMS * Update on 311 RFP * Holding Common Council Meetings in Different Locations * Update on Transportation Director Hiring & Reorganization of Transportation-Related Committees * Leg. File No. 50110 - Establishing a moratorium on new alcohol licenses in downtown Madison.


Tuesday May 15

Common Council

6:30p room 201 CCB

7. 51065 Amending Section 28.183(8) of the Madison General Ordinances to require that the Plan Commission decide whether minor alterations should be approved if the alderperson of the district and the Director of Planning and Community and Economic Development do not agree on whether the minor alteration should be approved. Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel


DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This amendment requires that that the Plan Commission shall decide whether to approve a request for minor alteration to a conditional use if the Director of Planning and Community and Economic Development and Alderperson of the District disagree about whether a minor alteration should be approved.  This language adopts similar language already contained in Sec. 28.098(6)(a), MGO, pertaining to minor alterations in Planned Developments.


My comments: As an alder, I disagreed with the Planning Director about a minor alteration for a conditional use and was quite frustrated when my request to have the Plan Commission review what I thought were several significant alterations was rejected. (See Lehnertz comments for details...).  This simple amendment will ensure there is a publicly noticed process to review controversial changes.


9. 51610 Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 5/15/2018; action 6/5/2018).



HEATHER M. DRISCOLL (6th A.D.) - appoint to the position of Adult City Resident. Ms.Driscoll is a master composter (having been certified by Dane County UW-Extension) and active community member. She serves on the board of the Schenk-Atwood-Starkweather-Yahara (SASY) neighborhood council and is the environmental chair of the council. Ms. Driscoll succeeds John P. Hansen.

TERM EXPIRES: 4-21-2020


11. 51585 Amending the membership of the Madison Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee.


12. 50935 Approving Plans, Specifications and Schedule of Assessments for Winnebago Street, Atwood Avenue and Linden Avenue Assessment District - 2018. (6th AD) Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel




If you want to weigh in on reconsideration, email before 6:30p Tuesday or attend the meeting and register to speak. Please include your address in your email. 


I will ask my colleagues to sustain the Mayor's veto and vote against the override.? I have never seen the Council reject the recommendation of the lead agency (Board of Public Works), Engineering staff, and the alder for a street reconstruction project and no one can recall any Mayor vetoing a street reconstruction project either. It is unprecedented. 


No matter what happens with the override vote, construction will likely be delayed due to the late start to the bidding process - either late summer or spring of 2019.  I have been working with Engineering staff to add funds to the 2019 capital budget to underground utilities between Sutherland Court and Linden Court.


16. 51396 Authorizing the execution of a Declaration of Easement for Public Utility Purposes across a portion of Olbrich Park for purposes of serving the Garver Feed Mill redevelopment site. Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel


17. 51084 Authorizing the City of Madison to accept ownership from Schenk Atwood Starkweather Yahara Neighborhood Association of picnic tables and boulder seating to be located at 252 Jackson Street and within St. Paul Avenue right-of-way. Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel


23.  51380 Approving plans and specifications for public improvements necessary for the project known as Winnebago Arts and Cohousing and authorizing construction to be undertaken by the Developer, Private Contract No. 8189. (6th AD)


32. 51571 New Theater License Application Flix Brewhouse WI LLC • dba Flix Brewhouse 85 East Towne Mall • 


A new theater, brewery and restaurant combo is coming to East Towne Mall!


33. 51408 Repealing Section 4.095(9) of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate the sunset provision for the Urban Forestry Special Charge.


37. 51018 SUBSTITUTE Amending the 2018 Stormwater Utility Capital Budget to transfer $740,000 in existing budget authority from the Starkweather Creek Coagulant Treatment project and $200,000 from the Storm Sewer System Improvements project to the Pavement Management, Reconstruction Streets, and Darbo/Webb Street Reconstruction projects to provide adequate funding for those projects to continue to bid and construction.


45. 51379 Accepting the Community Development Division's (CDD) selection of Dave Grace & Associates as the vendor for the Children's Savings Account Consultant beginning June 1, 2018 in the amount of $27,625 as a result of a competitive RFP process conducted by CDD in consultation with staff from CDD, the Madison Metropolitan School District and a member of the Common Council; and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with those agencies to implement the designated programs and services.


48. 51410 Authorizing an allocation of up to $500,000 from the City's Community Development Block Grant Program to remove and replace the existing roof of a business incubator owned by Common Wealth Development, Inc.?


49. 51414 Authorizing the City, through the Community Development Division, to enter into various purchase of service contracts funded by a grant from the U.S. Department of Justice - Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention to address the issues of youth violence on Madison's Northside and guided by recommendation from a rigorous community-based strategic planning process.


50. 51416 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a Purchase of Services contract to provide up to $400,000 of City funding to Linden Cohousing, LLC to be used to support down payment assistance for at least eleven units of affordable owner occupied housing as part of the CohoMadison Cohousing project. 


51. 51421 Approving the 2018 updates to the urban forestry special charge policy.


52. 51427 Authorizing the City to enter into Use Agreement with Big Top Events LLC for the management of concessions, alcohol, events and facility operations at Breese Stevens Stadium for 2019-2028 (2nd Ald. Dist.)


Fiscal Note

The proposed resolution authorizes the City to enter into a Use Agreement with Big Top Events LLC for the management of concessions, alcohol, events and facility operations at Breese Stevens Stadium for the ten year period of 2019 - 2028. As part of this agreement, the City will manage a capital project and provide a capital contribution of $1,300,000 toward the soccer-related improvements described in Attachment D of the agreement ("Soccer Improvements").


A resolution proposed (Legistar File 51432) requests appropriation amending the 2018 Parks Division Capital Budget to authorize $650,000 in general obligation debt and $650,000 in park impact fee funding for the Soccer Improvements. The annual facility rental revenue ranges from $68,000 in 2019 to $91,000 in 2028, increasing $2,000 to $3,000 per year. The total facility rental payments for the ten year period are $785,000.


The City will save approximately $34,000 annually in utility costs which will be reimbursed by Big Top Events LLC, bringing the total value of the ten year agreement to approximately $1,100,000. If the agreement is extended, the value to the City would be another $170,000 in utility savings and $530,000 in facility use fees over the five year period. Should the agreement not be authorized, there will be additional staff costs associated with the day-to-day operation of the facility. ?


53. 51432 SUBSTITUTE - Amending the 2018 Parks Division Capital Budget to authorize $650,000 in general obligation debt and $650,000 in park impact fee funding to the Breese Stevens Field project. 


54. 51436 Amending the 2018 Adopted Capital Budgets of the Parks Division and Engineering - Facilities Management Division for the Olbrich Botanical Gardens - Expansion project. (6th AD)


55. 51475 Amending Resolution Enactment No. RES-18-00069 FILE ID 49683, which authorizes a lease with the Town of Blooming Grove for space within the building located at 3325 Thurber Avenue for use as an artist studio; authorizing the Planning Division on behalf of the City of Madison to accept a grant of up to $12,000 from the Madison Community Foundation to cover needed bathroom remodeling costs, among other things; and amending the Planning Division's 2018 Adopted Operating Budget to appropriate these funds in revenue and corresponding expenditures.


56. 51484 Authorizing an Amendment to the 2018 Capital Budget to Design and Construct the Above Grade Parking, Retail and Slab ("the Podium") on the Block 88 Public Garage and Directing Further Actions as a Component of the Judge Doyle Development Project.


See also the Block 88 memo in legistar.


Fiscal Note

The 2018 adopted capital budget includes $41,791,659 for construction of the Judge Doyle Public Parking Structure (MUNIS project #11471), $1 million for a bicycle center (MUNIS project #11160), and $1.3 million for city fleet stalls in the public parking structure (MUNIS project #11319).  Total funding authorized for the project, including funds already expended, is $45,965,112.  This includes $19.1 million from Parking Utility Reserves, $24 million from TID 25, $2.3 million GO debt and $565,322 from a federal TIGER grant.  Based on accepted bids for the public parking garage and the estimated cost of building out the bicycle center, the total cost for the project is estimated at $39,411,061.  As such, approximately $6.6 million of expenditure authority remains unused in the project budget.  The unused expenditure authority could increase depending on the amount of the construction budget contingency ($2.4 million) that might be utilized in constructing the public parking structure and bicycle center.


As of December 31, 2016, the Parking Utility had reserves of $34.4 million.  The Parking Utility is adding approximately $5.5 million to its reserves annually. Construction of the Capitol East Parking Garage and the Judge Doyle Parking Garage, including the amount proposed to be appropriated in this resolution, will reduce Parking Utility Reserves by $27.1 million ($3.6 million for Capitol East and $23.5 million for Judge Doyle).


Under this resolution, $4.4 million would be appropriated from Parking Utility reserves to increase the total project budget to $50.4 million. The $4.4 million would be added to the estimated unused expenditure authority in the project of $6.6 million, to provide a total of approximately $11 million.  The estimated hard and soft costs of completing first floor retail space, two above-grade parking decks and associated access ramps, as well as a load transfer slab on top of the structure (together called "the podium") that can serve as the foundation for future development (e.g., office, apartment), is $11 million.


According to the City's Development Agreement with Beitler Real Estate Services (see Exhibit B - Ground Lease Agreements Term Sheet - of the Development Agreement), Beitler will pay $755,000 to lease Blocks 88 ($180,000) and 105 ($575,000), with these amounts escalating by 5% every 5 years.  In addition, the Parking Utility could realize net revenues of approximately $300,000 annually from retail leases and the above-grade parking stalls.  Under this resolution, these revenues are dedicated to replenishing the $11 million allocated for the cost of constructing the podium that was to have been paid by the developer.   Based on this revenue stream, the $11 million would be repaid to the parking utility Reserve Fund in approximately 12 years, assuming an interest rate of 2.5%.  The repayment approach proposed in this resolution is similar to that approved by the Council in March 2017 (see RES-17-00214 - Legistar #46425).





62. 51476 Amending Sec. 1.08(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to allow the Traffic Engineer to issue citations for violations of Sec. 10.05, the occupancy of rights-of-way ordinance. Sponsors: Ledell Zellers and Marsha A. Rummel


DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS:  This ordinance amends the citation authority of the Traffic Engineering Division in order to allow inspectors from that unit to issue citations for violating the City's right-of-way occupancy ordinance, Sec. 10.05, MGO.  Sec. 10.05 regulates right-of-way excavations, as well as the use of the right-of-way by utilities.  Under that section, those seeking to excavate in the right-of-way must obtain a Permit to Excavate, and abide by the conditions of that permit.  That ordinance and permit is administered by the City Engineer.  The Traffic Engineer, meanwhile, administers Sec. 10.055, the Street Occupancy Ordinance, which ordinance regulates the short term use of the City's rights-of-ways.  It is not uncommon for a single project site to be subject to both a Permit to Excavate in the Right-of-Way and a Street Occupancy Permit.  By expanding the Traffic Engineer's enforcement authority to include Sec. 10.05, inspectors of the Traffic Engineering Division will be able to enforce not only the requirements of temporary street occupancy permits, but the requirements of right-of-way excavation permits.  This additional enforcement authority will save administrative costs and lead to a more efficient response.


66. 51586 Amending Section 12.138(11) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase the fees for residential parking permits.?



Wednesday May 16

Street Use Staff Commission

10a room 108 CCB


3. 51590 JACKSON STREET PLAZA FOOD CART COMMUNITY DINNERS 200 block Jackson St. Wed., June 7 - August 9, 4-8:30p Discuss location, event schedule, setup and activities. 


Lots of other events! Check the link for details.


Wednesday May 16

Board of Public Works

4:30p room 108 CCB


7. 51349 Adopting the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.


20. 51535 Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for the Olbrich Botanical Gardens - Expansion Project 1. (6th AD) 


This project is for the construction of a 9,200 square foot Learning Center and a new 11,000 square foot Greenhouse that will replace the existing antiquated greenhouse. All costs for this project are equally shared 50/50 by a joint agreement between the City of Madison and the Olbrich Botanical Society. Estimated cost is $9,400,000.


22. 51607 Change Order No. 5 to Contract No. 7952, Judge Doyle Garage, to JP Cullen & Sons, Inc., in the amount of $125,150.81. (4th AD) 


23. 51572 Change Order No. 12 to Contract No. 7939, MMB Renovation Construction, to JP Cullen & Sons, Inc., in the amount of $223,177.57. (4th AD)  


24. 51573 Change Order No. 6 to Contract No. 7951, Capitol East District Parking Structure, to Miron Construction Co., Inc. in the amount of $92,706.40. (6th AD) 


Wednesday May 16

Economic Development Committee

5p room GR 27 CCB (enter 211 S Carroll St)


1. 51349 Adopting the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan. 


2. 51575 Update: Jobs Project TIF Policy - Matt Mikolajewski, Economic Development Division Director & Staff


Wednesday May 16

Alcohol License Review Committee

5:30p room 201 CCB


Temporary Class B Concurrent with Street Use 


3. 50983 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Verona Wildcats Youth Hockey Association Event Location: 931 E Main Street Event Date: October 13, 2018 Aldermanic District 6 (Ald. Rummel) Police District: 408 Event: The Humdinger


I don't support the temporary alcohol license for an event sponsored by a youth sports team. The run/walk route was changed to address staff concerns. I would have no concerns about the event if no alcohol was served. 


5. 51674 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Friends of Wil-Mar Inc Event Location: 800, 900, & 1000 blocks of Williamson St. Event Date: September 15 & 16, 2018 Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) Police District: 408 Event: Willy Street Fair 


6. 51677 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Friends of Wil-Mar Inc Event Location: 2000 Block of Atwood Ave Event Date: July 28 & 29, 2018 Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) Police District: 410 Event: Atwood Fest 


7. 51678 Temporary Class B Retailer License Concurrent with Street Use Permit Friends of Wil-Mar Inc Event Location: S Ingersoll - 210 S Brearly St Event Date: July 12, 13, 14 & 15, 2018 Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) Police District: 408 Event: La Fete de Marquette?


61. 51344 Public Hearing - New License Nook LLC • dba Nook 2138 Atwood Ave • Agent: Noah Przybylski • Estimated Capacity: 19 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 30% alcohol, 70% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 601


63. 51347 Public Hearing - New License DirtyFork LLC • dba Alimentari 306 S Brearly St • Agent: Bonnie Arent Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408


Regarding items 61 and 63 - I did not hold neighborhood meetings for these license applications. The Nook is a very small restaurant with a capacity of 19 people. Alimentary is selling packaged goods items at a deli, there is no inside service.  ?

REMINDER: Final Yard Waste Round Starts May 14

Thursday, May 10, 2018 - 4:12pm

The Streets Division will perform one more curbside yard waste collection round. Every resident in Madison will have one final opportunity to have yard waste collected from the curb this spring.

The final round will begin on Monday, May 14.?

On May 14, crews will begin collecting yard waste from the area of the city that receives Monday refuse collection. After each street within that district receives their final collection opportunity, collection crews will rotate into the Tuesday district and provide each street with their final collection opportunity. The Tuesday district will be followed by the Wednesday district and then concluding with the Thursday and Friday districts.

The spring collection period will end when the Friday collection districts receives their final curbside yard waste collection opportunity. Curbside yard waste pickup will not be performed again this year until the start of the autumn leaf collection season.

Before placing yard waste to the curb for pickup, go to and click the Pickup Schedule button.

If your neighborhood is marked "Pickup Pending" on the map, place your yard waste out for collection as soon as possible because crews will be around soon.

If your neighborhood is marked "Crews Working," it may be too late to take advantage of the collection round as crews may have already serviced your neighborhood, so residents should instead take the yard waste to a drop-off site.

If your neighborhood is marked "Season Over," do not place yard waste to the curb, and instead take it to a drop-off site.

Be sure to check the pickup schedule on the website regularly so this final chance for curbside pickup is not missed. The map is updated daily when crews are deployed.

The drop-off sites are located at 1501 W. Badger Rd. on the southwest side, 4602 Sycamore Ave. on the east side, and 402 South Point Rd. on the far west side. Please note that the South Point Rd. site only accepts yard waste. All three sites are open 8:30am to 4:30pm seven days a week, and until 8:00pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays. These hours will remain in effect until Sunday, December 2.

For additional information regarding yard waste and collection guidelines, residents can visit, call the yard waste hotline at 608-267-2088, or contact the Streets Division office that services your home. Residents east of S. Park Street can call 608-246-4532. Residents west of S. Park Street can call 608-266-4681.






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