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 July 13, 2020
Effective on Monday, July 13, 2020 at 8:00 am, Public Health Madison & Dane County is issuing Emergency Order #8, which requires that everyone age 5 and older wear a face covering or mask when in in any enclosed building where other people, except for members of the person's own household or living unit, could be present. This requirement applies to all of Dane County. Per the order, people must wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth when in public, which includes in businesses, health care settings, waiting in line, and on public transportation. The order also requires individuals to wear face coverings when in someone else's home. Exceptions are made for certain activities such as eating at a restaurant, but during those activities, 6 feet distancing of individuals not from the same household or living unit is required at all times. Some people are also exempted if they have a physical, mental, or developmental condition that prevents them from wearing a mask.
"Given the current number of COVID-19 infections in our county, we need to all be wearing face coverings every time we leave the house," said Janel Heinrich, Director of Public Health Madison & Dane County. "However, we do not take these orders lightly. We are facing two public health pandemics--COVID-19 and racism. People of color in our county have already experienced racism and discrimination when wearing masks in public, which is unacceptable. It is on every person in our county to do better. People should assume that everyone wearing a mask is doing it to protect you and themselves. If someone is not wearing a mask, assume they are genuinely not able to do so," continued Heinrich.
People can cover their faces a variety of ways to comply with this order. Simply wear a bandana or scarf around your nose and mouth, or create a cloth face covering by either sewing one or using the no-sew method on the CDC website . Medical-grade surgical masks or N95 respirators are not required or necessary. County government is working to not only provide cloth masks to those in need but also is teaming with community partners to ensure everyone knows of the importance of wearing a mask. More information on how to obtain free masks will be available on the Dane County website soon.
City Highlights: Several city meetings include items related to the protests, law enforcement and police accountability. On Monday, the Alder Workgroup to Develop Logistics & Operational Details For MPD Independent Civilian Oversight continues to discuss the details of implementing an Independent Monitor and Civilian Oversight Board. They are on schedule report back to the Council August 4th with recommendations.
At Tuesday's Common Council Executive Committee there is a presentation on the Sentinel Event Review Process by John Hollway, the Executive Director of the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Root Cause Analysis, A Tool to Promote Officer Safety and Reduce Officer Involved Shootings Over Time The Quattrone Center has invited the city to participate in a root cause analysis pilot. Using a root cause analysis is a recommendation of the Presidents Work Group on Police and Community Relations and the Ad Hoc MPD Review Committee. I am excited this important initiative is finally moving forward.
At Tuesday's Common Council there are several items for introduction including prohibiting the Madison Police Department from using tear gas, mace and impact projectile devices as crowd control measures; prohibiting the Madison Police Department from obtaining any property from the Defense Logistics Agency under the 1033 Program; authorizing the termination of the contract with the Madison Metropolitan School District to provide School Resource Officers for the four MMSD high schools; and prohibiting the use of tear gas as of November 17, 2020 and requesting a study of alternatives by the Madison Police Department.
At Wednesday's the Public Safety Review Committee Budget Workgroup and the Public Safety Review Committee Subcommittee on Madison Police Department Policies police staffing and standard operating procedures are being discussed.
And Thursday, the Body-Worn Camera Feasibility Review Committee, starts to review previous committee work and current legal research.
Two D6 neighborhood development proposals are on city agendas this week. Both on Monday. 1937-1949 Winnebago Street is at Plan Commission. The property owners proposes to demolish five buildings in historic Schenk's Corners and build a four story mixed use building. And at Landmarks Commission is 817-821 Williamson St which proposes to demo the former Madison Teachers Inc building to build a three story mixed use building that fills two parcels. I have concerns about both projects, see notes below for more details and how to share your comments.
At Monday's Plan Commission is an ordinance I sponsored to require bird-safe vision glass treatment on specified buildings and structures.
Monday July 13, 2020
5p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. 59708 817-821 Williamson St - Demolition of an existing commercial structure, construction of a new three-story mixed-use structure, and land combination in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist.
Staff report: At its June 1, 2020, meeting, the Landmarks Commission approved the applicant's request for demolition of the existing building at 817 Williamson and the combination of the lots at 817 and 821 Williamson. They provided feedback to the applicant on the proposed new structure and referred the project to a future meeting for a final decision. The applicant has modified the building design by lowering the cornice on the central bay to mitigate the sense of gross volume on the street façade and changed from a dark to a blond brick. Subsequent to the updated submission, a requirement from Madison Engineering related to the land combination will increase the setback of the building by an additional 1 foot from the street. Staff believes that the project as submitted meets the standards for new construction in the Third Lake Ridge Historic District. Please see the analysis in the previous staff report. The key issues of concern from the Landmarks Commission at the previous meeting were the height and the gross volume of the building as viewed from the street.
Here are the standards for new construction: 41.23 THIRD LAKE RIDGE HISTORIC DISTRICT. (6) Standards for New Structures in the Third Lake Ridge Historic District - Parcels Zoned for Mixed Use and Commercial Use. Any new structures on parcels zoned for mixed-use and commercial use that are located within two hundred (200) feet of other historic resources shall be visually compatible with those historic resources in the following ways:
(a) Gross Volume.
(c) The proportion and rhythm of solids to voids in the street facade(s).
(d) The materials used in the street facade(s).
(e) The design of the roof.
(f) The rhythm of buildings masses and spaces.
Based on the historic structures within 200', specifically on the south side of Williamson, I don't believe the project meets standard a) Gross Volume and c) The proportion of rhythm of solids to voids in the street facade(s). I agree with demolishing the building but not the proposed new construction.
4. 61118 A land combination of the parcels located at 1 N Pinckney St, 5 N Pinckney St, 7 N Pinckney St, 15 N Pinckney St, 19 N Pinckney St, 120 E Washington Ave, and 22 N Webster St; 4th Ald. Dist. ADVISORY RECOMMENDATION
5. 61120 American Exchange Development adjacent to three Designated Madison Landmarks (1 N Pinckney St, 21-23 N Pinckney St, and 117-119 E Mifflin St); 4th Ald. Dist. REQUEST FOR CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS
6. 61087 1144 Florence Ct - Addition in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist.
7. 61088 623 Railroad St - Exterior Alteration to a Designated Madison Landmark Site in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. (Madison Gas & Electric) - New window openings; 6th Ald. Dist.
Monday July 13
POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION
5:30p virtual meeting - Attendees who wish to offer comment during the public comment period should register with the Board's legal counsel prior to the commencement of the meeting by contacting Attorney Jenna Rousseau at 844.833.0828 or email@example.com.
POLICE CHIEF APPOINTMENT PROCESS Organizations and Individuals may provide input into the hiring process using the contact information and links at www.cityofmadison.com/PFC
10. 61335 Input from the Democratic Socialists of America (approximately 6:25 P.M.)
11. 61336 Input from the Buckeye-Grove Good Neighbor Project (approximately 6:50 P.M.)
12. 61337 Discussion of process and timeline with Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) 13. 61341 Additional Input from Community Organization(s)
Monday July 16
5:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org
2. 60888 Creating Section 28.129 of the Madison General Ordinances requiring bird-safe vision glass treatment on specified buildings and structures.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: Nationwide research has shown that large predominantly glass buildings heighten the risk of bird collisions and deaths, especially within the first sixty feet of a building. This is also true for corner windows, glass railings, sky-bridges, and upper-level landscape elements. Therefore, this ordinance creates Section 28.129 of the Madison General Ordinances (Zoning Code) to require bird-safe vision glass (window) treatment on certain buildings and structures. Specifically, this ordinance applies to buildings or structures greater than 10,000 square feet in size, measured as a sum of the floor area on all above-grade stories. The ordinance then sets out requirements for how much of the vision glass on such buildings must be treated. Further, the ordinance provides examples of the type of bird-safe vision glass treatment that must be used in order to reduce the number of bird strikes on a building. Finally, the ordinance provides that all glass railings, sky-bridges, and upper-level landscape elements must be treated with bird-friendly vision glass.
7. 58786 REVISED - 126 Langdon Street, 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of final plans for a site previously approved for demolition of a residential building with no propposed use; 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(2)(b), all to allow construction of a seven-story, 107-unit apartment building.
Note: Item 7 should be referred to July 27, 2020 at the request of the applicant
8. 60173 402-414 E Washington Avenue, 8-12 N Franklin Street, and 9 N Hancock Street; Urban Design Dist. 4; 2nd Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to allow seven buildings to be demolished; consideration of a conditional use in the Urban Mixed-Use (UMX) District for a multi-family dwelling with more than eight (8) dwelling units; consideration of a conditional use in the UMX District for outdoor recreation; consideration of a conditional use in the UMX District for a new building greater than 20,000 square feet and more than four stories; and consideration of a conditional use to construct two additional stories in Area H of the "Additional Heights Area Map" in MGO Section 28.071(2) (b), all to allow construction of a ten-story, mixed-use building containing 3,300 square feet of commercial space and 156 apartments.
9. 60477 1937-1949 Winnebago Street and 316 Russell Street; 6th Ald. Dist.: Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish four commercial buildings and a single-family residence; consideration of a conditional use in the Traditional Shopping Street (TSS) District for a building exceeding 25,000 square feet of floor area for a mixed-use or multi-tenant building; and consideration of a conditional use in the TSS District to allow construction of a building taller than three stories and 40 feet, all to allow construction of a four-story mixed-use building with approximately 12,000 square feet of commercial space and 13 apartments.
The applicant proposes to demolish five existing buildings and construct a four-story mixed use building with approximately 12,000 square feet of commercial space and 13 apartments at 1937-1949 Winnebago Street and 316 Russell Street. An existing residence and four small commercial buildings are proposed to be demolished.
As noted in Section 28.185(7) MGO, in order to approve a demolition permit, the Plan Commission must find that the requested demolitions and proposed use are compatible with the purpose of the demolition section and the intent and purpose of the zoning districts. The Traditional Shopping Street (TSS) Districts are established to "encourage and sustain the viability of Madison's mixed-use corridors, which sustain many of the City's traditional neighborhoods." The district is also intended to "encourage diversification of uses, including residential, commercial, and civic uses, in order to enhance the vitality and appeal of these areas; encourage pedestrian, bicycle and transit use as a means of accessing and moving through these corridors; encourage appropriate transitions between higherintensity uses within TSS districts and adjacent lower-density residential districts; and facilitate preservation, development or redevelopment consistent with the adopted goals, objectives, policies, and recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan and of adopted neighborhood, corridor or special area plans."
I am not convinced the proposal meets the standards for demolition https://www.cityofmadison.com/dpced/planning/documents/PC_Review_Standards.pdf And while the Comp Plan identifies the area as Neighborhood Mixed Use which allows new construction up to four-stories, I don't support wholesale demolition of these commercial buildings. I believe the city and neighborhood should study creating a Schenk Atwood Historic District and I believe 1937 Winnebago (former home of Modern Talisman) would be considered a contributing building.
Upcoming Matters - July 27, 2020
- 817 Williamson Street - Demolition Permit and Conditional Use - Demolish one-story commercial building to construct a three-story mixed-use building with approx. 800 square feet of commercial space and 24 apartments
Monday July 13
ALDER WORKGROUP TO DEVELOP LOGISTICS & OPERATIONAL DETAILS FOR MPD INDEPENDENT CIVILIAN OVERSIGHT
6:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to OversightWG@cityofmadison.com
3. 61348 PUBLIC COMMENT
5. 61260 Update on communication with community organizations
6. 61323 Discussion of legal points of consideration Attachments: Memo re. Monitor Oversight issues 7.8.20.pdf
7. 61320 Discussion regarding independent monitor placement in organization CG21 - Salary Schedule
8. 61318 Discussion on relationship among Madison Police Department, Independent Monitor, and Civilian Oversight Board
9. 61319 Discussion of subpoena power
10. 61321 Discussion of the staffing of the Independent Monitor Office
11. 61322 Discussion on budgeting/cost of independent monitor position 12. 61326 Discussion of Civilian Oversight Board training, technology, and financial support
Tuesday July 14
COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
4:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to email@example.com
5. 60125 BY TITLE ONLY - Defining the Common Council's Policy-Making and Oversight Responsibilities During Officially Declared Emergencies. Sponsors: Tag Evers, Grant Foster, Patrick W. Heck, Rebecca Kemble and Marsha A. Rummel
6. 60965 Creating new subsection 3.30(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to adopt an alternate method of removal of Alderpersons from City Boards, Commissions or Committees. Sponsors: Barbara Harrington-McKinney
7. 61148 Presentation: Sentinel Event Review Process by John Hollway, the Executive Director of the Quattrone Center for the Fair Administration of Justice at the University of Pennsylvania Law School
Tuesday July 14
6:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org
4. 60646 Appeal of Plan Commission action on Conditional Use request for 2219 Monroe Street, Legistar ID 60001.
12. 60709 Public Hearing - New License MadSweetPea LLC • dba Taco Local 811 Williamson St • Agent: David Rodriguez • Estimated Capacity (in/out): 50/50 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 25% alcohol, 75% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408 LICLIB-2020-00249 6/17/20 ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - PUBLIC HEARING
The conditions are: 1. The capacity is 50 indoors. 2. The establishment must meet the definition of a restaurant pursuant to Madison General Ordinance section 38.02, at all times. 3. Alcohol sales shall cease by 10pm, daily. No outdoor premises.
13. 61060 Amending the 2020 Adopted Capital Budget to appropriate $500,000 for the Downtown Recovery Program by appropriating $105,000 from the Capital Revolving Loan Fund and transferring $395,000 in GO Borrowing from various capital projects. Sponsors: Satya V. Rhodes-Conway and Michael E. Verveer
15. 61255 Authorizing the City Clerk to apply for and accept a $1,271,788 grant from the Center for Tech & Civic Life for the implementation of a safe voting plan for the remainder of 2020, and amending the 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to increase the Clerk's Office budget by $1,271,788, including increasing the Salaries budget by $683,788, Supplies budget by $279,500, Purchased Services by $308,000, and Interdepartmental Charges by $500.
17. 61015 Creating a President's Task Force on Critical Issues Affecting the Black Community
23. 60509 Change of Licensed Premise Musonics LLC • dba Cafe Coda Current Capacity (in/out): 99/0 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 99/8 1224 Williamson St • Agent: Hanah Jon Taylor Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 60% alcohol, 40% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408 Request to extend premises for outside seating during seven hours of an operating day from June 1 through October 31.
The conditions are: 1. The outdoor capacity is 8. 2. Must close outdoor patio one hour before the establishment closes.
34. 60751 Change of Licensed Premise Garver Events LLC • dba Garver Events Current Capacity (in/out): 530/280 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 530/280 3241 Garver Green • Agent: Bryant Moroder Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 602 Request to temporarily expand outdoor service area through October 31, 2020.
62. 60979 Change of Licensed Premise - Streatery Extension Next Door Brewing LLC • dba Next Door Brewing Current Capacity (in/out): 99/16 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 99/48 2439 Atwood Ave • Agent: Aric Dieter Class C Wine • 45% alcohol, 54% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 601 Request to temporarily increase outdoor premises to 48.
81. 60499 Amending the 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to transfer $89,032 in salaries and benefits from the Information Technology Department to the Mayor's Office, creating a new classification of Communications Coordinator in CG18, R12, and recreating vacant position #4449 of IT Specialist 3 as a Communications Coordinator within the Mayor's Office Operating Budget.
83. 60753 Approving up to $10,000 each in cooperative in development funds for Madison Cannabis Cooperative and Madison Area Cooperative Housing Alliance.
84. 60895 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute Addendum No. 1 for additional consulting services to the Contract for Professional Services with SmithGroup, Inc. for the Law Park - Preliminary Report project.
85. 60918 Amending the 2020 Adopted Capital Budget to appropriate $3.0 million in GO Borrowing for the East-West Bus Rapid Transit project in the Transportation project in order to comply with FTA funding requirements necessary to enter project development. Being accepted by FTA into Project Development is a prerequisite for FTA's Small Starts project evaluation.
86. 60920 Authorizing the City to retain special outside counsel on a non-competitive basis to assist the Office of the City Attorney in representing the City's interests related to environmental risks at the Oscar Mayer site.
88. 60995 Creating Section 4.33 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish a Downtown Recovery Program Ordinance.
89. 59745 Adopting the Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan. Referral to July 22
91. 60375 Accepting the report titled "Comprehensive Plan - 2020 Progress Update".
96. 60922 SUBSTITUTE - Adopting and endorsing a Vision Zero policy to eliminate fatalities and serious injuries that are a result of crashes on streets and paths within the City of Madison by 2030.
98. 60919 Modifying Res-19-00160 (Legistar 54496) to extend the end date of the Complete Count Committee from 7/31/20 to 10/31/20
INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE ORDINANCES
99. 61250 Creating Section 5.17 of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit the Madison Police Department from using tear gas, mace and impact projectile devices as crowd control measures.
100. 61252 Creating Section 5.18 of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit the Madison Police Department from obtaining any property from the Defense Logistics Agency under the 1033 Program.
DRAFTER'S ANALYSIS: The National Defense Authorization Act, through its 1033 Program, allows law enforcement agencies to acquire military property. Some of the items the 1033 Program disburses to the Madison Police Department include night vision equipment, rifles, flashlights, respirator masks and first aid kits. This ordinance prohibits the Madison Police Department from obtaining any property from the Defense Logistics Agency under the 1033 Program.
102. 61287 Amending 33.24(15)(e)2 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the minimum and maximum stepback on East-West streets on block 13.b. of Urban Design District 8.
107. 61070 Authorizing the City Clerk to apply for and accept a Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) subgrant from the Wisconsin Elections Commission, and amending the 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to increase the City Clerk's Supplies budget by $198,200.
110. 61137 Authorizing the termination of the contract with the Madison Metropolitan School District to provide School Resource Officers for the four MMSD high schools. Sponsors: Sheri Carter, Samba Baldeh, Donna V. Moreland, Barbara Harrington-McKinney, Arvina Martin, Satya V. Rhodes-Conway, Marsha A. Rummel, Rebecca Kemble, Keith Furman, Shiva Bidar, Patrick W. Heck, Tag Evers, Max Prestigiacomo, Lindsay Lemmer and Syed Abbas
118. 61265 Prohibiting the use of tear gas as of November 17, 2020 and requesting a study of alternatives by the Madison Police Department
124. 61292 Authorizing the Community Development Division (CDD), in accordance with RES-2020-00313, to distribute 2020 EOP funds in three equal sums to the African Center for Community Development, Inc., Freedom Inc., and UNIDOS Against Domestic Violence to assist immigrant communities dealing with the impacts of COVID-19
125. 61293 Authorizing the City of Madison, on behalf of the Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC), to accept the ESG-CV grant award of $1,887,265 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Administration; authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with specific Dane County CoC agencies to provide services using the ESG-CV funds; and amending the Community Development Division's 2020 Adopted Operating Budget to reflect receipt of these funds and commensurate expenditures.
126. 61295 BY TITLE ONLY: Approving a Substantial Amendment to the City's FY19 Annual Action Plan to include supplemental CDBG-CV and ESG-CV grant funds awarded to the City of Madison by HUD as part of the 2020 CARES Act; amending the adopted 2020 Operating Budget of the Community Development Division to recognize the additional grant revenue and commensurate expenditures; and authorizing the CD Division to issue one or more RFPs to allocate the funds
Wednesday July 15
Public Safety Review Committee Budget Subcommittee
11a virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to PDPSRC@cityofmadison.com.
1. Presentation from the Madison Police Department on Staffing
2. Presentation from the Finance Department on Staffing Costs
3. Capital Budget and plan for recommendations
Wednesday July 15
TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD
5p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting
Agenda not yet posted. Check back here https://www.cityofmadison.com/clerk/meeting-schedule/transportation-policy-and-planning-board-33
Wednesday July 15
ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE
5:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to email@example.com
6. 61102 Business Name Change Frameshift Arts Cafe LLC • Current dba: The Winnebago 2262 Winnebago St Class B Combination Liquor & Beer Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) New dba: The Bur Oak, LLC
13. 61107 Streatery Extension of Premise BBC Harmony Bar LLC • dba Harmony Bar&Grill Current Capacity (in/out): 195/0 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 195/50 2201 Atwood Ave • Agent: Bradley Czachor Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 55% alcohol, 45% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 601
14. 61108 Streatery Extension of Premise Daisy Cafe & Cupcakery LLC • dba Daisy Cafe & Cupcakery Current Capacity (in/out): 85/0 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 85/84 2827 Atwood Ave • Agent: Daryl Sisson Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 7% alcohol, 90% food, 3% other Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 602
19. 61316 Streatery Extension of Premise Weary Traveler Inc • dba Weary Traveler Freehouse Current Capacity (in/out): 99/0 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 99/60 1201 Williamson St • Agent: Bowe Berge Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 60% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408 Request to extend premises outdoor into parking lot, adjacent to kitchen door.
22. 61101 Change of Licensed Conditions Garver Events LLC • dba: Garver Events • Capacity: 530 3241 Garver Green • Agent: Bryant Moroder Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 602 Remove no amplified sound condition, change outdoor space closing time from 10 pm to 11 pm on Friday and Saturday nights.
Wednesday July 15
TASK FORCE ON MUNICIPAL GOLF IN MADISON PARKS
6p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 59227 Task Force Deliberation, Discussion, and Possible Recommendations
Wednesday July 15
Public Safety Review Committee Subcommittee on Madison Police Department Policies
6p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to PDPSRC@cityofmadison.com.
1. Presentation from the police department on how policies get updated to include an overview of Changes to Code of Conduct and Standard Operating Procedures police (policy can be found here: https://www.cityofmadison.com/police/chief/standardoperatingprocedures.cfm)
2. Acting Police Chief Wahl to go over questions from the subcommittee on the following Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) – Demonstrations and Assemblies, De-Escalation, News Media Relations, Use of Force, Use of Non-Deadly Force, Use of Force Data Collection, Special Events Team Grenadiers, and Special Events Team Field Extrication Team. SOPs can be found at – https://www.cityofmadison.com/police/chief/standardoperatingprocedures.cfm
3. Additional policies that should be reviewed by the committee
Thursday July 16
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE
5:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to email@example.com
1. 59745 Adopting the Oscar Mayer Special Area Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
4. 61289 Housing Recovery and Strategies COVID COVID - Housing Recovery and Strategies
Thursday July 16
Body-Worn Camera Feasibility Review Committee
5:30p virtual meeting - click on the agenda for info on how to access the Zoom meeting, send comments on agenda items to BCFRC@cityofmadison.com
3. 61344 Public Comment
5. 61346 Presentation on work and findings of previous body-worn cameras committee Attachments: YWCA BWV Community Engagement Sessions (1).pdf
6. 61345 Preliminary discussion of social science and legal research literature
7. 61347 Discussion of community organizations to invite to present to the committee
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