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District 6

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 February 24, 2020

February 22, 2020 10:22 PM

Highlights: There is a special meeting of ALRC Monday to discuss the Alcohol Density Study. Also Monday land use plans for the Public Market are at the Plan Commission as well as several related items regarding S Park St redevelopment and the housing development proposed by Stone House at Judge Doyle Square. At Tuesdays Council meeting is a resolution condemning the deportation of Southeast Asian Madisonians and calling for an end to these practices. Dogs in parks policy is also on the agenda. The Tourist Rooming House ordinance changes will be referred. The proposal for the parking lot use at 3630 Milwaukee St to serve the Amazon distribution center at 3650 Milwaukee that was denied at Plan Commission is being appealed by the property owner to the March 17 meeting of the Common Council.

Last week the National Guard Bureau released the Final Draft of the EIS for siting F-35s at Truax. ANG F35 Executive Summary February 2020 Local media reports incorrectly stated Madison was still one of two preferred locations. The draft EIS identified Madison as one of the preferred sites and compared the environmental impacts between the five bases. The final decision of record is due in 30 days and that is when we will know if Madison will be chosen. Air Force Secretary Barbara Barrett will make the final basing decision. The Air National Guard received over 6000 comments!  Thank you for your efforts. We need to keep the pressure on. The Safe Skies Clean Water Wisconsin group and other opponents will hold a rally at Truax from noon- 2p on Saturday February 29. Assemble at Noon in the open space at Wright & Anderson Streets.

This year, the City of Madison Parks Division and Engineering Division and volunteer groups will be conducting prescribed burns on areas of existing native vegetation. Prescribed burns are an important management tool for Wisconsin's native plant communities.  Prescribed burns are the intentional use of fire, under specific environmental conditions, to manage and suppress invasive vegetation, and promote native vegetation. Prescribed burns in our area include:  Ivy Street rain gardens, Hancock Street rain gardens, and Capital City Trail/Atwood Prairie Plantings (Volunteer-led burn). The prescribed burn Project Manager will mail postcards to residents in the coming days to remind them to anticipate a prescribed burn in their neighborhood. As in the past, the Dane County Emergency Management automated phone call system will be used to notify relevant neighbors on mornings when we will be burning. These burns will be conducted by certified professionals and/or experienced volunteers with a permit from the Madison Fire Department. The burns will only take place under specific weather conditions in order to manage smoke and minimize impacts to neighbors. In addition, the burn professionals will install appropriate road signage on the day of the burn.  Engineering will provide volunteers with appropriate personal protective equipment and information signage. A list of project contacts and more information is at


Metro is holding a public hearing on Wednesday, March 11 at 6 pm to discuss proposed service changes for August.

Proposal highlights are:


  •          Improving Route 3's on-time performance
    •    Currently buses frequently miss connections at transfer points.
    •    This will involve bus stop consolidation on Jenifer, Atwood and Walter
  •          Service adjustments to serve new Pinney Library
  •          Shifting Route 29 from Packers to Sherman due to Northside Town Center no longer allowing lot           to be used as a park and ride.
  •          Route 67 removed from Ganser/West Towne Mall loop
  •          Adjustments at Cottontail and Rayovac Dr.
  •          Updated service on UW campus to help with overcrowding


Maps and complete details can be found here:


Help us make sure Everyone Counts in the US Census! The City of Madison, like many jurisdictions and organizations across the country, is engaging in public outreach to explain why the U.S. Census is important locally. Every ten years, we strive for a complete count of Madison's diverse residents because it forms the foundation of so many functions and services that benefit residents. Key among these are:

  • Representation: Political district boundaries are based on the census. Everyone living in the U.S. (not just citizens) must be counted to ensure equal representation at all levels of government.
  • Funding: The census count affects state and federal funding for our community over the next decade. $675 billion in annual federal funding is tied to the census. Every person who is not counted may result in a loss of over $2,000 in funding per year.

People are needed to work in their local communities to make sure there is a complete and accurate count. Yet while other counties in Wisconsin are reporting that they have recruited more than 80-90% of their needed census workers, Dane County has only recruited 47%. This creates a very real risk of an undercount in Dane County, which could impact our political representation and can have major repercussions for state and federal funding to our area. Even a 10% undercount of our population could result in us losing over $500 million in funding in the next ten years.

It's critical that we help spread the word about census jobs and that we encourage folks to take the Census. Census jobs start at $22/hour, with flexible hours and paid training. Everyone who's 18 or older and has documentation to work in the US is encouraged to apply. Madison needs census-takers that are reflective of our diverse population. Applications and more information are available on the Census Bureau's website at

The census form includes nine questions about each person's age, gender, race, and relationship to householder. All data collected is confidential and may only be used for statistical purposes.
More information on the City of Madison's census outreach efforts can be found at


Monday February 24


4:30p room 206 MMB


2. Sustain Dane


3. Commercial Building Analytics / Benchmarking


4. 59138 Repealing Section 33.11, amending Sections 33.23(2) and 33.31 of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate the Committee on the Environment.


Monday February 24


5:30p room 103A CCB


1. 58134 Discussion and Recommendations as a Result of Alcohol Density Study • Handling of capacity numbers for alcohol licensees. • Discuss City staffing resources related to issuance, monitoring, and enforcement activities associated with Alcohol Licenses. • Policy for high density areas anywhere in the city (not just in the current overlay district). • Discussion and potential adoption of recommendations to the Common Council arising from the results of the Density Study and related aspects of Alcohol licensing and monitoring. • Possible point system for reviewing and approving licenses. Review Committee Rules of Procedure


2. 59029 Review Alcohol License Review Committee Rules of Procedure


Monday February 24

Plan Commission

5:30p room 201 CCB


SPECIAL ITEM OF BUSINESS - Presentation by Anna Andrzejewski, Chair of the Landmarks Commission, regarding demolition reports submitted by the Landmarks Commission to the Plan Commission


1.59123 Authorizing the City's execution of an Underground Electric Easement to Madison Gas and Electric for electric service to the Madison Metro Transit Administrative building located at 1101 E. Washington Avenue. (6th A.D.)


2.59387 Creating Sections 28.022 - 00426 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 202 North First Street, 12th Aldermanic District, from TE (Traditional Employment) and CN (Conservancy) Districts to PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan), and creating and 28.022 - 00427of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of same from PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan)District and PD(SIP) Planned Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District.


Note: Items 3-7 are related and should be considered together as one public hearing. Following the hearing, the Plan Commission shall make separate findings and take actions on Items 3 and 4 together, Items 5 and 6 together, and Item 7 (three motions and votes).


3. 59303 Creating Section 28.022 -- 00422 of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property located at 1209-1221 Fish Hatchery Road, 1210-1216 South Street, and 901-917 Midland, 13th Aldermanic District, from TR-C2 (Traditional Residential-Consistent 2) District to CC-T (Commercial Corridor - Transitional) District.


4. 58783 1209-1313 Fish Hatchery Road, 1210-1216 South Street, and 901-917 Midland Street, 13th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish 11 single-family residences; consideration of a conditional use in the [Proposed] Commercial Corridor-Transitional (CC-T) District for an individual establishment exceeding 25,000 square feet of floor area; consideration of a conditional use in the CC-T District to construct a building exceeding 68 feet, all to construct a five-story, 180,000 square-foot health clinic.


5. 59304 Creating Section 28.022 -- 00423 of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property located at 1213-1229 South Street, 13th Aldermanic District, from TR-C2 (Traditional Residential-Consistent 2) District to CC-T (Commercial Corridor - Transitional) District.


6. 58784 1213-1313 South Street, 13th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish four single-family residences and a two-family two-unit residence, and consideration of a conditional use in the [Proposed] Commercial Corridor-Transitional (CC-T) District for a private parking facility to serve a health clinic located across South Street.


7. 58788 Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Wingra Building Corporation (dba SSM Health and affiliated entities) on land addressed as 1209-1313 Fish Hatchery Road, 901-917 Midland Street, 1210-1216 South Street, and 1213-1313 South Street; 13th Ald. Dist.


10. 59306 Creating Section 28.022 - 00420 of the Madison General Ordinances to amend a Planned Development District at property located at 216 S. Pinckney Street, 4th Aldermanic District, to approve an Amended General Development Plan, and creating Section 28.022 - 00421 to amend a Planned Development District to approve a Specific Implementation Plan.


11. 58805 216 S. Pinckney Street; 4th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use/conditional use alteration pursuant to MGO Section 28.134(3) for projections into the Capitol View Preservation Limit to allow construction of a nine-story addition to an approved mixed-use building.


12. 58780 944 Williamson Street, 6th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Shopping Street (TSS) District for an accessory vehicle access sales and service window for a financial institution to allow an existing multi-tenant commercial building to be converted into a credit union with a vehicle access sales and service window. Note: Item 12 should be referred to March 9, 2019 at the request of the applicant


13. 58785 849 E Washington Avenue; 6th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Employment (TE) District for a restaurant-tavern to allow space in a multi-tenant commercial building to be converted into a restaurant-tavern with outdoor eating area. [A conditional use request for an outdoor eating area for the restaurant-tavern has been withdrawn by the applicant.]


14. 58786 126 Langdon Street, 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a conditional use in the Downtown Residential 2 (DR2) District for a multi-family dwelling with more than eight (8) dwelling units; consideration of a conditional use to allow outdoor recreation; and consideration of a conditional use to construct two additional stories in Area F of the "Additional Heights Area Map" in MGO Section 28.071(b), all to allow construction of a seven-story, 90-unit apartment building. Note: Item 14 should be referred to a future meeting (no specific date) at the request of the applicant


Upcoming Matters - March 23, 2020

- 2021 Winnebago Street - Conditional Use to convert commercial building into coffeehouse with limited production and processing of baked goods and coffee


Tuesday February 25

Water Utility Board

4:30p Madison Water Utility- 119 E. Olin Ave. Conference Room A&B


3. 53585 Financial Update including Rate Case

4. 28907 Report from the Committee on the Environment.

6. 59682 Annual Review of Madison Water Utility General Manager

CLOSED SESSION NOTICE The Water Utility Board may convene in closed session pursuant to Wis . Stats. §19.85(1)(c) when considering the following item, for the purpose of "considering [the]... performance evaluation data of..." the Water Utility General Manager, a "... public employee over which the [Board] has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility." If the Water Utility Board does convene in closed session as described above, upon completion of the closed session, notice is hereby given that it may reconvene in open session without waiting 12 hours, pursuant to Wis. Stats. Sec. 19.85(2).


Tuesday February 25

Common Council Executive Committee

4:30p room 153 MMB


5. 59228 Discussion with Mayor Rhodes-Conway (2/25/20): - Age-friendly communities program - Mayor's Institute on City Design - Census 2020 update


6. 58656 SUBSTITUTE - Accepting the Final Report of the Task Force on the Structure of City Government and Making Referrals to City Committees and Departments for Determination of Next Steps. Sponsors: Keith Furman, Rebecca Kemble, Paul E. Skidmore and Syed Abbas FINAL REPORT OF THE TASK FORCE ON GOVERNMENT STRUCTURE TFOG Recommendations Cost Analysis.xlsx TFOG Recommendations Cost Analysis.pdf 58656 v1.pdf Attachments:


7. 59152 Informational Report - City of Madison Workplace Climate Survey Report, prepared by the Multicultural Affairs Committee and Women's Initiatives Committee.


Tuesday February 25

Common Council

6:30p room 201 CCB


1. 59310 Condemning the deportation of Southeast Asian Madisonians and throughout the United States, and calling for an end to these practices.


2. 59338 Recognizing February 2020 as Black History Month in the City of Madison.


3. 59455 Affirming the principles of fundamental human rights and equality for people of Kashmir and encouraging Congress to call for the Indian government to conduct an independent and thorough investigation of all human rights violations in Kashmir.


4. 59500 Commending the University of Wisconsin Women's Volleyball Team for its outstanding 2019 season.


5. 59493 Appeal of Plan Commission action concerning 3630 Milwaukee StreetLegistar File 58787Referred to Common Council Public Hearing 3/17/20


Appeal The applicant argues that the Plan Commission erred in denying the permitted use in the Industrial Limited/IL zoning district – an accessory parking lot, with access drives and storm water management improvements to serve the adjacent property's package distribution facility at 3650 Milwaukee St. The applicants assert the PC misapplied the standards when they applied a secondary consideration – that the proposed use should be compatible with the comprehensive plan and adopted neighborhood plans (in this case the Milwaukee St Special Area Plan adopted 12/4/18) – by requiring the proposed use to implement the future land use recommendations in the adopted plan.


Madison General Ordinances Chapter 28.185(7)(a) 2  APPROVAL OF DEMOLITION (RAZING, WRECKING) AND REMOVAL

2. The Plan Commission finds that both the requested demolition or removal and the proposed use are compatible with the purpose of this section and the intent and purpose expressed in the Zoning Code for the zoning district in which the property is located. Furthermore, the proposed use should be compatible with adopted neighborhood plans, the Comprehensive Plan or with any applicable neighborhood conservation district requirements. When making this finding the Commission shall consider and may give decisive weight to any relevant facts, including but not limited to:

a. The effects the proposed demolition or removal and proposed use of the subject property would have on the normal and orderly development and improvement of surrounding properties. (my emphasis)


6. 58895 SECOND SUBSTITUTE Creating Section 9.29, amending Section 28.151, amending and creating portions of Section 28.211 of the Madison General Ordinances to create an annual permit for tourist rooming houses, to amend the supplemental zoning regulations applicable to tourist rooming houses, amend the definition of Tourist Rooming House and Bedroom, and create a definition for Primary Residence. Sponsors: Arvina Martin, Shiva Bidar, Patrick W. Heck and Marsha A. Rummel


2/10/20 PLAN COMMISSION RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO RE-REFER - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING to the PLAN COMMISSION The Plan Commission open the public hearing and received public testimony before recessing the public hearing. On a motion by Ald. Lemmer, seconded by Ald. Rummel, the Plan Commission recommended referral of the ordinance to March 9, 2020. The motion to recommend referral passed by voice vote/ other, with Hagenow recused.


12. 59294 Creating Sec. 8.195 and amending Sections 8.19, 23.32 and 1.08 of the Madison General Ordinances to create Dog Recreation Areas and to reorganize and recreate a unified ordinance relating to dogs on City property and dog recreation areas.


DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: This ordinance will reorganize and recreate the City's patchwork of ordinances that address on- and off-leash dog use of City property, consistent with the Board of Park Commissioners October 2, 2019 approval of the Statement of Policy and Guidelines for On-leash Dog Access to the Madison Park System (Legistar File No. 57578), which document was prepared following extensive public input and discussion. Current ordinances (Sections 8.19 and 23.32) prohibit dogs generally from City parks and any City occupied buildings, while also allowing for 26 specific on-leash dog parks and 9 specific off-leash dog parks. As part of this ordinance, dogs will generally continue to be prohibited from City buildings, but City agencies will now be able to designate whether any other City property under their control (such as City golf courses, Forest Hill Cemetery, the Public Market, Monona Terrace, etc.) should be dog-free, and under what conditions. In addition, under the ordinance change, all City parks and greenways (stormwater properties) will now, except where specifically designated as dog-free, allow for leashed dogs. Greenways are already treated like park open space by many, so creating a mechanism to regulate the use of these open spaces, and treating them like parks for the purposes of this ordinance, is appropriate. The current off-leash dog park list will remain, but temporary dog recreation areas will be allowed as well--which will give the City some flexibility in testing and establishing other areas where regulated use by dogs may be appropriate. Finally, the definition of "service dog" is being updated to align with the current usage under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Of note, the main effect of these combined changes are that all parks will now allow leashed dogs except where otherwise specified, which is different than the existing status where dogs are banned unless allowed.


Section 8.19(5) Dog-free Parks and Greenways. Notwithstanding the foregoing [8.19(1)-(4)], dogs are not allowed in the following parks or greenways, or areas within the following parks or greenways:

(a) Conservation parks. (b) On or within 20 feet of any burial mounds.

(c) Olbrich Botanical Gardens.

(d) Playgrounds and areas within 20 feet of a playground surface.

(e) Splash parks and areas within 20 feet of the splash park surface.

(f) Goodman Pool and Breese Stevens Field (except for special events where dogs are specifically invited).

(g) Programmed sports fields and facilities that are enclosed or substantially enclosed by a fence, whether in use or not.

(h) Programmed, non-fenced sports fields such as soccer, ultimate fields or softball/baseball diamonds while they are in use for programmed activities.

(i) Inside of park shelters or other buildings.

(j) Groomed cross-country ski trails.

(k) In the water or on the beach at designated beach locations.

(l) Park special events, except where the sponsor has requested to allow dogs, with the Park Superintendent's approval.

(m) Parks designated as dog-free parks by the Board of Park Commissioners.

(n) Parks designated as dog-free parks, for up to 90 days, by the Parks Superintendent.

(o) Greenways designated as dog-free greenways by the City Engineer.


(6) Exception. This Section shall not apply to prevent any person from bringing a service dog or law enforcement dog, as those terms are defined in Section 8.19(1)(c)1. and 2., into any City park, greenway or other City lands.


Legistar 59294 Body

Statement of Policy and Guidelines for On-Leash Dog Access to the Madison Park System


Dog free parks identified for District 6 include BB Clarke, Morrison, Hudson and Circle Park.


32. 58222 Repealing Section 33.23 of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate the Solid Waste Advisory Committee.


33. 59150 Authorizing a change to legal documents entered into between the City of Madison and Center for Resilient Cities and Community Groundworks to reflect the merger of the two agencies and a name change to Rooted WI, Inc.


34. 59130 Amending Sections 3.12(11) and 33.18(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to make the Community Development Division Conference Committee the final decision-maker for grants awarded under the Emerging Opportunities Program and making related housekeeping changes.


37. 59141 SUBSITUTE - Authorizing the issuance of a Request for Proposals (RFP) for a Metro Transit Network Structure Study


2/3/20 TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD Return to Lead with the Following Recommendation(s) to the FINANCE COMMITTEE Recommendation: Adopt with additional language: BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the RFP will be approved by the Transportation Policy and Planning Board (TPPB) and that a member of the TPPB will serve on the selection committee for the consultant, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Department of Transportation will forward their recommendation for a consultant to the TPPB for approval,


The 2020 Adopted Capital Budget includes $4.0 million in the Transportation budget for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT). In 2020, funding will be used for planning and design associated with BRT. A component of this work is completion of a route analysis regarding Metro's existing service. It is anticipated there will be no additional appropriation required to award this contract once the RFP process is completed.


38. 59217 Approving Facade Improvement Grant to Creative Warehousing, LLC. for a project located at 828 E. Main Street. (6th A.D.)


40. 59333 Authorizing an allocation of up to $1,045,000 in federal HOME Investment Partnerships Program funds to construct 11 rental housing units leased to qualified low- to moderate-income renters by Common Wealth Development.


41. 59334 Awarding up to $1,800,000 from the Affordable Housing Fund to support a rental housing development project, proposed by Rule Enterprises LLC and Movin' Out, Inc., selected through a City Request for Proposals (RFP) process, that will construct approximately 150 units of rental housing at 1402 S. Park Street in Madison, with 94 units affordable to households with incomes at or below 50% of the county median income, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a loan agreement with the developer.


43. 59428 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an amendment to the contract with AVA Civic Enterprises, Inc. as a sole source for Project Director Services for the private development phase of the Judge Doyle Project (Blocks 88 and 105) through December 31, 2020. (4th A.D.)


44. 59583 Percent for Art Ordinance Annual Report 2019


On October 3, 2017, the Common Council approved an ordinance (Legistar File # 47273) creating the City's Percent for Art program. This ordinance requires that 1% of the total budget for certain City public works projects exceeding $5 million be set aside for public art, beginning with the 2019 capital budget. The ordinance also directs staff to file an annual report to the Mayor and Common Council. Given the newness of the ordinance, the results of many of the topics of this first annual report are not yet known. However, this report provides a template for future annual reports and initial findings of the program to date. It is expected to be updated after the adoption of the annual budgets and subsequent annual reports will be filed in the first quarter of each year.


50. 57598 SECOND SUBSTITUTE Creating Section 12.753 of the Madison General Ordinances to limit the operation of Personal Delivery Devices (PDDs) on City sidewalks and creating a forfeiture.


DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: Personal delivery devices (PDDs), sometimes referred to as "delivery robots," are electronic devices that operate on sidewalks and crosswalks to transport or deliver property or food. State law generally prohibits PDDs from operating on roadways and bike paths, but allows PDDs on sidewalks and crosswalks unless a municipality has an ordinance prohibiting them under Wis. Stat. § 349.236 (1) (b). This ordinance prohibits the operation of PDDs from all sidewalks and crosswalks within the City's jurisdiction unless approved by the City. This second substitute provides that the City Traffic Engineer make recommendations regarding approved PDD routes to the Transportation Commission for its approval while still allowing the City Traffic Engineer the discretion to temporarily permit or restrict PDDs on specific sidewalks and crosswalks for periods of less than 30 days.




53. 59427 Amending Section 8.41(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to modify the number of resident members of the Downtown Coordinating Committee to include one (1) student at the University of Wisconsin-Madison


57. 59337 Authorizing a $75,000 contract with Madison's Central Business Improvement District (BID) for $75,000 to fund the continuation of the Downtown Activities Program focused on existing plazas around the Capitol Square and State Street (2nd, 4th and 8th AD), and to support the administration of a Downtown BLINK temporary art program.


61. 59513 Amending the deadline for the President's Work Group on Administrative Procedure Memoranda and revising the charge to the Group.


63. 59575 Adopting the Historic Preservation Plan as a supplement to the Comprehensive Plan, directing staff to implement the recommendations contained in the plan, and dissolving the Historic Preservation Plan Advisory Committee. Sponsors: Marsha A. Rummel, Patrick W. Heck and Arvina Martin


66. 59645 Amending the 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to appropriate $40,000 from private donation to create Madison's LGBTQ+ Rainbow Murals and Crossings Art Pilot Program ("RMCAPP") authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract between the City of Madison and a vendor to install decorative rainbow markings at specific pedestrian and roadway locations.


67. 59650 City of Madison Sponsorship of Sustain Dane's Accelerate Sustainability Workshops, Green Team Roundtables, and Sustain Dane Membership.


68. 59665 Adopting the recommendations of the Transportation Policy and Planning Board for the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Downtown Routing and West Side Routing and incorporating the recommendations into the BRT east-west corridor Locally-Preferred Alternative (LPA), and recommending that LPA enter into project development and the next phases of planning, preliminary engineering, design and environmental evaluation.


69. 59671 BY TITLE ONLY - Creating the Ad Hoc Task Force on the Structure of City Government (TFOGS) Final Report Implementation Work Group.


Wednesday February 25


10a room 108 CCB


Wednesday February 26


5p room 215 MMB


E.2. 59646 Wilson Street Garage and Judge Doyle Project Update


F.3. 59632 Neighborhood Traffic Management Program follow up 800 Spaight Street [and other streets].

Instead of speed humps, the new proposed solution is to bump out the curb to tighten the turn radius and narrow the intersection to prevent right turns from Jenifer to Spaight. 800 Spaight St


Wednesday February 26


5:30p Madison Water Utility- 119 E. Olin Ave. Conference Room A&B


  1. 59683 Emerging Opportunities Program RFP


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Monday March 2

Nexus at Union Corners Neighborhood meeting

7p 2531 Winnebago in the Generations community room

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