City of
Madison

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 November 16, 2020

November 15, 2020 10:15 PM

Highlights: Join me and other east side alders at a virtual meeting Monday at 6:30p on potential modifications to the Bus Rapid Transit route on East Washington, register here. The City-County Homeless Issues Committee will be receiving presentations on the status of encampments and the eviction moratorium from community organizations at their meeting on Monday.  The Common Council Executive Committee will be receiving a presentation from the Madison and Dane County Public Health Violence Prevention Unit at their meeting on Tuesday. At Tuesday's Council meeting, we will honor Becky Steinhoff, Goodman Community Center executive director who is retiring after 32 years of service, read the honoring resolution. The Public Safety Review Committee will be discussing a proposed ordinance banning use of face surveillance technologies at their meeting on Wednesday.

Alternate side parking starts on November 15, and that means winter is just around the corner.  Stay informed about snow emergencies, snow plowing updates, weather alerts, and more.  Sign up for "MyAccount" and get email and/or text message alerts about winter topics and dozens of other items of interest including alder blogs!  You choose the ones that are important to you.

The City passed 2021 budget with lowest levy increase in five years, press release hereThrough the 2021 budget process, the City adopted a series of new initiatives related to re-visioning public safety including funding the creation of a new position of Independent Monitor to manage the recently adopted Civilian Oversight Board and piloting a new type of Crisis Intervention Team to support residents with behavioral health emergencies. In recognition that an armed police officer is not always the best response to an emergency call, the Madison's Fire Department will lead the way in soliciting community input and designing this pilot program using community paramedics and contracted crisis workers. The Council amended the Executive budget to increase the Affordable Housing Fund by $500,000, added more money to COVID relief efforts, increased funds for homeless street outreach, allocated funds to purchase land and construct a new permanent men's homeless shelter and accepted a three year federal community-based public safety grant that will be used to develop a multi-stakeholder plan to improve public safety of Downtown Madison and investigate initiatives and measures that can be taken to make downtown a vibrant and safe community and more welcoming for communities of color and other historically underrepresented groups. The Council did not adopt an amendment to accept a 2020 COPS federal grant to create the Downtown Entertainment Zone team and add four police officers. The Council also added $50,000 for funding for an external contract to conduct PFAS testing and mitigation planning at the Dane County airport, Air National Guard 115th Fighter Wing Base, and surrounding area. The burn pits are included in the planning area. PFAS are synthetic compounds with known health risks such as cancer. PFAS levels in this area have been connected to surface water impacts in the Starkweather Creek area and fish tested in Lake Monona. As proposed these funds are one-time. Any ongoing costs to implement the results from the testing and planning are not known at this time.

In addition, there were several District 6 related budget amendments that were adopted.  The Executive Capital Budget included $500,000 for improvements to McPike Park in 2026. I proposed an amendment to advance $30,000 of the project budget to 2023 to fund planning and public engagement efforts associated with the next phase of McPike Park improvements, including hiring an architectural consultant to develop options for adaptive reuse of existing buildings. The next phase of improvements will be focused on the triangle area of the park that includes three parcels at the corner of S. Baldwin Street and E. Wilson Street. These parcels were acquired in 2017 and add approximately 2.5 acres to the existing 9.2 acre park. Public engagement and planning are intended to explore the possibilities associated with adaptive reuse of one of the existing buildings, referred to as the railroad building (located at 214- 222 S. Baldwin Street). If you are interested in providing a new home for the Trachte building, contact Mike Sturm in the Parks Division, the city is delaying demolition to search for someone willing to relocate the structure.  Alder Mike Verveer proposed, and I co-sponsored, two amendments for the Crowley Station. The capital budget amendment increased funding by $50,000 for improvements to Crowley Station (Unit Well 17). This increase will be used to support improvements that may include an ADA-compliant ramp to the top of the reservoir from East Wilson Street, modifications to the existing railing making it code compliant, lighting improvements, and signage. This amendment is in addition to an operating amendment that was previously adopted by the Finance Committee authorizing additional funding for noncapitalized improvements on the property.

Other news from last week: Madison's Temporary Homeless Shelter for Men to Relocate to Vacated Fleet Services Building, more info here.  

Public Health Madison Dane County (PHMDC) statement on Statewide Executive Order #94. The Governor's order issued Tuesday November 10 advises Wisconsinites to stay home, urges precautions Wisconsinites should take to stay safe if they have to leave their home, and encourages businesses to take additional steps to protect workers, customers, and the surrounding community. In particular, Thanksgiving celebrations must look different this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Public Health Madison & Dane County strongly urges everyone to stay home and to celebrate Thanksgiving only with people you live with. As cases and hospitalizations have been dramatically rising both locally and nationally over October and November. Gathering for Thanksgiving, even if the gathering is small, puts our county and state at risk of overwhelming our health care system.

Here are some ideas of safe things you could do this Thanksgiving:

- Host a virtual dinner or celebration

- Watch parades and sports events from home

- Shop for gifts online and mail them to people

- Play a virtual board game

- Share recipes with friends/family and cook the same meal in different homes

- Order takeout or delivery from local businesses offering Thanksgiving meals

If you are going to gather, gatherings with these precautions are less safe than staying home, but could reduce your risk. Note that following only one or two of these precautions isn't sufficient; you must follow as many precautions as possible to lower your risk:

- Ensuring everyone attending a gathering quarantines strictly for 14 days before the gathering (no in person work, school, or other outings)

- Wearing masks and staying at least 6 feet from people you don't live with

- Staying outside

- Not eating together

- Keeping events as short as possible

- Keeping events as small as possible

If you attend any kind of gathering this Thanksgiving, you should stay home for 14 days after the event and monitor yourself for COVID-19 symptoms. If you are not able to quarantine before or after an event, then do not attend. Given the current spread of the virus in our communities, we urge everyone to not gather for Thanksgiving this year and to celebrate virtually instead. If you are going to gather no matter what, then we urge you to follow as many precautions as possible to slow the spread of COVID-19. Through our individual actions, we can protect our health care systems this holiday season.



Monday November 16, 2020

TRANSPORTATION POLICY AND PLANNING BOARD

5p You can send comments on agenda items to TransportationPolicyBoard@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=749840&GUID=2F284CF3-1A30-47B2-9BAA-E305060CFF69

 

2. 63019 Complete, Green Streets Workplan Review - Toole

3. 63020 Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) reduction resolution - review of progress collection methods

4. 63021 Discussion - On-street Parking Goals

5. 63022 Draft Bus Rapid Transit Locally Preferred Alternative Resolution update

 



Monday November 16

LANDMARKS COMMISSION

5p You can send comments on agenda items to landmarkscommission@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=721077&GUID=CED38E79-F90C-4AE7-9A8B-659D47AA8178

3. 62805 719 Jenifer St - Demolition by Neglect in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist.; 6th Ald. Dist.

Notice to 719 Jenifer St

I understand the applicant has asked for the item to be referred until the December 7 meeting in order to address the deferred maintenance issues.

 

5. 62823 505 S Dickinson St - Exterior Alteration in the Third Lake Ridge Hist. Dist. - Replacement of windows; 6th Ald. Dist.

Staff report: The applicant is requesting a Certificate of Appropriateness to replace 17 windows. The applicant provided a 3rd party assessment on the condition of the windows with the recommendation that they all be replaced. The proposed replacements appear to closely replicate the existing windows. However, the assessment of the existing windows appears cursory at best. Staff provided the application and assessment to the preservation architect who reviews preservation tax credit applications with the Wisconsin Historical Society and her conclusion was that these windows appear repairable and the request would not meet their standards for replacement. Staff concurs with this assessment. Most of the windows appear in need to maintenance (removing paint to allow for window operation, reattaching window weights, repair of windows that are out of square, and splicing or consolidating deteriorated portions of sashes). Staff has included the memo from the City Attorney's Office citing that removal of historic windows that can be repaired would "frustrate the public interest in protecting, promoting, and conserving the City's historic resources." Staff is also including information on the energy efficiency and sustainability of historic windows when they are properly maintained.

 



Monday November 16

CITY-COUNTY HOMELESS ISSUES COMMITTEE

6p You can send comments on agenda items to cchic@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=812617&GUID=EA8F7C41-CFA9-4CA7-83C7-2A3804C90C80

 

PRESENTATIONS

2. 63026 Encampment current state and needs Brenda Konkel (MACH OneHealth), Sara Allee-Jatta (Sankofa Behavioral and Community Health), Tami Fleming (Friends of State Street Family), Karen Andro (First United Methodist Church)

3. 63027 Eviction Moratorium Robin Sereno (Tenant Resource Center), Heidi Wegleitner (Legal Action of Wisconsin)

 

ACTION ITEMS

4. 63028 Discussion and possible recommendations regarding encampment current state and needs

5. 63029 Discussion and possible recommendations regarding eviction moratorium

 



Monday November 16

BUS RAPID TRANSIT NEIGHBORHOOD MEETING

6:30p You can join the virtual meeting using your computer, smartphone or tablet, or you can listen in via telephone. You will receive login information after registering at: https://madisonwi.link/ewavirtual

Please join Alder Syed Abbas, Alder Patrick Heck and myself along with city staff and others for a virtual neighborhood meeting where we will hear about the planned first phase of the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in Madison, including some possible changes to East Washington Avenue. City of Madison Department of Transportation officials will update participants on the progress of the BRT project (the first phase of which will operate between East Towne and West Towne, running through downtown Madison). Modifications to the East Washington Avenue corridor will be presented.  For example, the project is considering the creation of bus-only lanes running down the center of the roadway, as opposed to the curb side of the street, to preserve parking and bike lanes for a portion of the day.  Center-running bus lanes have several advantages, such as allowing on-street parking to remain during most hours of the day, allowing for better bicycle accommodations and fostering an improved pedestrian environment.  The creation center-running bus lanes would also potentially restrict left turns by autos at up to 5 intersections on East Washington Ave.

 



Tuesday November 17

POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION  Special Meeting - Round 1 Interviews

4:30p Click on the link for info on how to join the Zoom meeting

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=798788&GUID=C134408C-FDA7-448F-8204-0270CD231A97

63060 Contemplated closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(c) to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; specifically: to conduct first round interviews for the position of Police Chief.

63061 Reconvene into open session to consider any remaining agenda items and to take action, if appropriate, regarding the items discussed in closed session.

 



Tuesday November 17

COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE

4:30p You can send comments on agenda items to CCEC@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=724060&GUID=B185F2F9-B4D8-4AB8-BC8A-95EEE1E14F54

5. 63007 Update: Madison-Dane County Public Health Violence Prevention Unit - Janel Heinrich, MDCPH Director & Aurielle Smith, Director of Policy, Planning & Evaluation

 



Tuesday November 17

COMMON COUNCIL

6:30p You can send comments on agenda items to allalders@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=715283&GUID=B73CFF5C-3A26-49B3-88F6-4C0F1311D159

 

1. 62774 Appointing Nasra Wehelie as Alderperson for District 7 to serve until the Spring 2021 election. SWEARING IN OF NEWLY APPOINTED ALDERPERSON

 

2. 62991 Commending Becky Steinhoff on her many achievements and contributions as Executive Director of the Goodman Community Center and congratulating her on her retirement.

 

4. 61929 SUBSTITUTE - Amending Sections 28.211, 28.061, 28.072, 28.082 and 28.091 and Creating Section 28.141(8)(e) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a new use, Electric Vehicle Charging Facility, and to require that certain parking facilities are constructed or reconstructed to include a specified amount of Electric Vehicle Ready Spaces and Electric Vehicle Installed Spaces.

RECOMMENDED ACTION: Recess Public Hearing and Re-Refer Legislative File No. 61929 to 12/1/20 Common Council meeting

 

5. 62136 Creating Section 28.022 - 00466 of the Madison General Ordinances to amend a Planned Development District at properties located at 6145-6301 Mineral Point Road, 19th Aldermanic District, amending the General Development Plan, and creating Section 28.022 - 00467 to approve a Specific Implementation Plan.

 

The developer Gorman and Co dramatically improved the proposal but the loss of 30 mature canopy trees at this corner of Oakwood Village gives me pause. Affordable senior housing is needed but is this the best site? According to the developer, this project is dependent on an award of WHEDA Section 42 tax credits next spring. The project also received affordable housing funds in the recent annual allocation.

 

6. 62174 SUBSTITUTE. Creating Section 28.022 - 00461 of the Madison General Ordinances to rezone properties located at 3614-3700 Milwaukee Street and 102-122 West Corporate Drive, 15th Aldermanic District, from CN (Conservancy District), TR-C1 (Traditional Residential-Consistent 1 District), SE (Suburban Employment) and IL (Industrial-Limited District) to TSS (Traditional Shopping Street) District,; creating Section 28.022 - 00462 to rezone portions of those properties from CN, TR-C1, and IL to TR-U1 (Traditional Residential-Urban 1) District.

RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO RE-REFER - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING to the PLAN COMMISSION On a motion by Cantrell, seconded by Solheim, the Plan Commission recommended re-referral of this matter to November 23, 2020 (December 1, 2020 Common Council) to allow the item to be re-noticed.

 

7. 62459 Public Hearing - New License ZRY WANG LLC • dba Hutong 410 E Wilson St • Agent: Zhao Zhao • Estimated Capacity (in/out): 50/34 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 15% alcohol, 85% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 406

 

14. 62137 SUBSTITUTE. Creating Sections 28.022 - 00468 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of properties located at 1-19 North Pinckney Street, 120 East Washington Avenue and 22 North Webster Street, 4th Aldermanic District, from DC (Downtown Core) District to PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan), and creating and 28.022 - 00469 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of same from PD(GDP) Planned Development (General Development Plan) District to PD(SIP) Planned Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District.

 

17. 62435 Creating Section 28.022 - 00477 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 4502 Milwaukee Street, 15th Aldermanic District, from SR-V2 (Suburban Residential-Varied 2) District to CC-T (Commercial Corridor-Transitional) District.

 

18. 62436 Amending portions of Madison General Ordinance 28.061 to allow Mission House as a Permitted/Conditional Use in the CC and CC-T Districts and amending Madison General Ordinance 28.151 to require that mission houses operating as permitted use must receive funding from and enter into a service delivery contract with the City of Madison.

 

19. 62737 Amending Madison General Ordinance 28.151 to allow a dwelling space to be located alongside a work space in a Live/Work unit.

 

20. 62595 Amending the 2020 Adopted Capital Budget for the Economic Development Division to create a Healthy Community Food Systems capital program, authorizing the transfer of available budget authority from the Healthy Retail Access Program, and authorizing the repurposing of SEED Grant funds in the 2021 Adopted Operating Budget to complement the Healthy Community Food Systems capital program, all of which will support the (1) Community Food Access Competitive Grants Program, (2) Rapid Food Access and Food Entrepreneur Support Program, and (3) provide funding to the Madison Food Policy Council to begin a regional food systems planning process.

 

35. 61885 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute the Second Amendment to the Use Agreement with the Northwoods League Inc. and the Madison Mallards LLC for nonexclusive use of Warner Park Stadium. (AD#12)

 

53. 62410 Approving the 2021 Operating Plan for Madison's Central Business Improvement District.

 

62. 62620 Amending the Economic Development Division's 2020 Adopted Capital Budget (TIF District #39) by $500,000 and authorizing the $500,000 to be used for a TID 39 Small Cap TIF loan program for small businesses and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a sole source service contract with Madison Development Corp. ("MDC") to provide loan administration services. (16th A.D.)

 

63. 62622 Amending the Economic Development Division's 2020 Adopted Capital Budget (TIF District #42) by $101,148 and authorizing the execution of a contract with the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System on behalf of the Population Health Institute at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Medicine and Public Health ("UW PHI") for the purposes of beginning a Census to Census study of impact of the City's investments in South Madison. (14th A.D.)

 

64. 62649 SUBSTITUTE - Adopting and confirming modifications to the Employee Benefits Handbooks for the General Municipal Employees, the Madison City Attorneys' Association (MCAA) and the Madison Professional and Supervisory Employee Association (MPSEA) for the period January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2021, and forwarding the CER's recommendations for achieving wage equity for all General Municipal Employee groups.

 

66. 62670 Amending the 2020 Public Health Operating Budget to Accept $3,653,125 from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services COVID-19 Testing Pilot Program for COVID-19 Testing at the Alliant Energy Center

 

67. 62725 SUBSTITUTE - Authorizing the Community Development Division to plan and implement a Homeless Shelter project

 

The adopted 2021 Operating Budget allocated funds for this project. The offer to sell 4111 East Towne Blvd for the creation of a men's homeless shelter was recently withdrawn by the property owner, the substitute replaces the previous introduced purchase and sale agreement.

 

71. 62384 Authorizing the City to Enter into an Amendment to the Town of Blooming Grove and City of Madison Cooperative Plan.

72. 62386 Authorizing the City to Enter into an Intermediate Attachment and Revenue Sharing Agreement with the Town of Blooming Grove.

 

The above items remove barriers to an early attachment of the Voit property to the City. Take note fans of Voitlandia.

 

74. 62417 Repeal and recreate Section 23.20 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to update regulations concerning cannabis and revise bail deposits for violations thereof.

 

75. 62420 Amending Section 23.201(1) of the Madison General Ordinances to create an exception for possession of drug paraphernalia for cannabis and cannabis derivatives use.

 

76. 62422 Amending Subsection (1) of Section 23.05 of the Madison General Ordinances to create a definition of cannabis and cannabis derivative and includes these terms in the definition of smoke-free and smoking.

 

81. 61594 Creating Section 28.022 - 00464 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 209 Cottage Grove Road, 15th Aldermanic District, from CC-T (Commercial Corridor-Transitional District) to NMX (Neighborhood Mixed-Use) District.

82. 61387 Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Prime Urban Properties, LLC located at 109-209 Cottage Grove Road and 3900 Monona Drive; 15th Ald. Dist.

 

The above items, #81 and #82, will be reconsidered.

 

83. 62988 Creating a Voluntary Time Away Program for City of Madison Employees for 2021.

 

INTRODUCTION OF NEW BUSINESS FOR REFERRAL WITHOUT DEBATE

 

85. 62966 Creating Section 28.069 to create the Regional Mixed Use (RMX) District and amending portions of Madison General Ordinances 28.021, 28.061, 28.062, 28.141, 28.151, 28.182 to add relevant provisions related to the newly created RMX District

 

87. 62652 Authorizing the process to select a Public Art feature for Metro Phase II and Phase IIIA

 

94. 62796 Supporting and directing implementation of the City of Madison Inclusive Workplace Policy.

 

96. 62813 Establishing the Ad Hoc Redistricting Committee to recommend new Ward and Aldermanic District boundaries.

 

100. 62908 Authorizing a four-year memorandum of understanding between the Madison Police Department and Journey Mental Health Center, Inc. to continue a proactive co-responder police-mental health program serving individuals with mental illness.

 

103. 62930 A Resolution authorizing the placement of advisory referendum questions related to the structure of city government on the Spring 2021 general election ballot.

 

106. 62961 Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Amendment to the Structural Agreement with Overture Center Foundation, Inc. and an Annual Performance Contract for the 2021 operations of the Overture Center, and providing for a grant from the City.

 

110. 62978 A Resolution amending the 2020 Public Health Operating Budget to accept $100,000 from the WI Department of Health Services and authorizing the Director of Public Health Madison and Dane County to sign a non-competitive contract with Harambee Village Doulas, LLC to pilot a prenatal care and doula program for women at high risk of adverse birth outcomes in Dane County.

 

117. 63063 BY TITLE ONLY - Amending the City's 2021 Adopted Capital Budget by increasing the General Land Acquisition Fund Budget by $3,000,000 and authorizing its use to support the execution of a six-month Lease Agreement between the City of Madison and Watson Smith LLC for the City's lease of the property located at 4502 Milwaukee Street (the "Property") for a temporary family shelter operation, with the option to purchase the property prior to the end of that lease, and authorizing the City to enter into a sub-lease of the Property with the Salvation Army for the purpose of supporting the provision of temporary family shelter services.

 

129. 62957 Public Hearing - New License Kwik Trip Inc • dba Stop-N-Go 1515 2002 Winnebago St • Agent: Paul Thurston Class A Beer, Class A Cider Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 410

 



Wednesday November 18

STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION

10a You can send comments on agenda items to susc@cityofmadison.com.

 

2. 63014 UW KOHL CENTER EVENTS Dates/times TBD See addendum for locations Arena Events UW Athletic Department / Todd Nelson

 



Wednesday November 18

POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION  Special Meeting - Round 1 Interviews

4:30p Click on the link for info on how to join the Zoom meeting

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=807984&GUID=263A0926-B267-439F-A104-FF5AB0319CD8

63060 Contemplated closed session pursuant to Wis. Stat. § 19.85(1)(c) to discuss and take action, if appropriate, regarding employment, promotion, compensation or performance evaluation data of any public employee over which the governmental body has jurisdiction or exercises responsibility; specifically: to conduct first round interviews for the position of Police Chief.

63061 Reconvene into open session to consider any remaining agenda items and to take action, if appropriate, regarding the items discussed in closed session.

 



Wednesday November 18

PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE

5p You can send comments on agenda items to Committee e-mail at PDPSRC@cityofmadison.com

http://legistar.cityofmadison.com/meetings/2020/11/22891_A_PUBLIC_SAFETY_REVIEW_COMMITTEE_20-11-18_Agenda.pdf?id=4a39f8ef-83d0-4826-925e-1282cc32d7ca

 

1. 62908 Authorizing a four-year memorandum of understanding between the Madison Police Department and Journey Mental Health Center, Inc. to continue a proactive co-responder police-mental health program serving individuals with mental illness.

 

4. 62413 Creating Section 23.63 of the Madison General Ordinances establishing a Ban on the Use of Face Surveillance Technology.

 

5. 61570 "8 can't wait policy review"

 



Wednesday November 18

TRANSPORTATION COMMISSION

5p You can send comments on agenda items to TransportationCommission@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=739155&GUID=77565CEA-F169-432E-996F-1F4E2D336BAF

 

2. 63032 Operational and COVID Related Updates from Metro Transit, Traffic Engineering, Parking, and Traffic Safety 45 mins

 

3. 62571 2021 Public Works Transportation Projects Review and Feedback 30 mins Resurfacing updates: Gorham Street, Odana Road, Nelson Road Private development project updates: Acacia Ridge/regional path crossing of Reddan, Grandview Commons/Sharpsburg Drive back in parking

 

4. 63034 Parking Protected Bike Lane Project on Bassett Street update 15 mins

 

5. 63031 Review/Approval of updated Parking Division recovery plan

 



Wednesday November 18

ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE

5:30p You can send comments on agenda items to licensing@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=715298&GUID=BA9FC937-A866-4C76-BBAF-6A7BBB38D375

 

5. 63047 Streatery Extension of Licensed Premise Papavero LLC • dba Osteria Papavero Current Capacity (in/out): 12/9 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 12/12 128 E Wilson St • Agent: Jenny Griep Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 30% alcohol, 70% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 405 Request to extend premises onto sidewalk.

 

9. 63052 Streatery Extension of Licensed Premise Growl LLC • dba BarleyPop Tap and Shop Current Capacity (in/out): 58/0 • Proposed Capacity (in/out): 58/16 2045 Atwood Ave • Agent: Jason Hajdik Class B Beer • 95% alcohol, 5% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 410 Request to extend premises to fenced-in area directly outside back entrance.

 

21. 62957 Public Hearing - New License Kwik Trip Inc • dba Stop-N-Go 1515 2002 Winnebago St • Agent: Paul Thurston Class A Beer, Class A Cider Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 410

 

24. 58710 Discussion regarding operator license equity analysis, including possibly creating subcommittee for operator license approvals between regular ALRC meetings.

 



Wednesday November 18

COMMUNITY SERVICES COMMITTEE

5:30p You can send comments on agenda items to CSC@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=737939&GUID=8954B405-AB2B-45CC-9470-BD0B926CA137

3. 63066 2021 Budget - COVID Relief RFP

 



Wednesday November 18

BEACON COMMUNITY MEETING

6p Join Zoom Meeting

https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84844697521?pwd=Skc0T3RPMGJEQUZpVFlRVUxPNkNZUT09

Meeting ID: 848 4469 7521

Passcode: 596072

 

The Beacon, the homeless day resource center at 615 E. Washington is hosting its next community meeting on November 18 from 6 – 8p. Their staff will be providing a Beacon COVID-19 update, discussing community engagement, and address any concerns that are presented. Email Michael Moody at The Beacon if you have questions.

 



Thursday November 19

AD HOC TASK FORCE ON THE STRUCTURE OF CITY GOVERNMENT (TFOGS) FINAL REPORT IMPLEMENTATION WORK GROUP

12p You can send comments on agenda items to: TFOGS2@cityofmadison.com

http://legistar.cityofmadison.com/meetings/2020/11/23299_A_AD_HOC_TASK_FORCE_ON_THE_STRUCTURE_OF_CITY_GOVERNMENT_(TFOGS)_FINAL_REPORT_IMPLEMENTATION_WORK_GROUP_20-11-19_Agenda.pdf?id=183a9819-6f2d-428c-a35f-e96a39116dff

 

  1. 62678 Accepting the final report and recommendations of the President's Work Group to Review Council Communication Tools & Processes.
  2. 63036 Discussion of Next Steps on Resident and Community Engagement (Budget Vote Results) and Admin Staff Team
  3. 61664 Continue Discussion of TFOGS Recommendations

 



Thursday November 19

POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSION  Special Meeting - Round 1 Interviews

4:30p Click on the link for info on how to join the Zoom meeting

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=807985&GUID=898A52A7-6F54-48A7-8017-2773911AFDF8

 



Thursday November 19

Public Safety Review Committee Policy Subcommittee

5p You can send comments on agenda items to PDPSRC@cityofmadison.com.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/sites/default/files/city-of-madison/clerk/meeting-schedule/public_safety_review_committee_policy_subcommittee_agenda_for_november_19_2020_.pdf

 

1. Joel DeSpain to answer questions on public relations

2. Subcommittee to consider suggested police and subcommittee edits to the SOPs (News Media, Mutual Aid) that was discussed at the October 1, 2020 meeting.

 



Thursday November 19

LANDLORD AND TENANT ISSUES COMMITTEE

5p You can send comments on agenda items to garteaga@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=816268&GUID=A3426453-CCC2-4F4A-8F85-E678E4A0E2BF

 

7. 62706 Amending Section 32.04 of the Madison General Ordinances relating to adding additional Rent Impairing Violations to the Rent Abatement Ordinance.

8. 63048 Discussion of rent abatement application fee

9. 63043 Alternatives to awarding rent abatement by room (and thus by apartment size)

10. 61471 Center racial equity and social justice in the process of revising the Rent Abatement impairing list percentages located in MGO 32. Committee will identify organizations and/or individuals who can inform the process.

11. 63044 Review AHAA recommendations, specifically how the city can help prevent evictions, operationalizing the Landlord and Tenant's Gold Star program, and the role of nonprofits

 



Thursday November 19

AD HOC LANDMARKS ORDINANCE REVIEW COMMITTEE

5:30p You can send comments on agenda items to LORC@cityofmadison.com

https://madison.legistar.com/View.ashx?M=A&ID=806843&GUID=173A1FAB-C9DA-494F-8A68-3EC1F627977D

 

2. 56918 Draft Historic Preservation Ordinance "Parking Lot" Issues (as time allows) -Standards for Accessory Structures -Commercial and Mixed-Use Buildings

October 26, 2020 version of the ordinance with changes highlighted

 



Thursday November 19

BODY-WORN CAMERA FEASIBILITY REVIEW COMMITTEE

6p You can send comments on agenda items to BCFRC@cityofmadison.com

http://legistar.cityofmadison.com/meetings/2020/11/23189_A_BODY-WORN_CAMERA_FEASIBILITY_REVIEW_COMMITTEE_20-11-19_Agenda.pdf?id=acdf3645-d860-4ad6-a082-2a6f0f85f040

 

2. 61547 Updates from Captain Brian Austin

3. 62870 Discussion of Draft Policy on Body-Worn Cameras

4. 63062 Discussion of Body-Worn Camera Pros and Cons Document

 



Upcoming Meetings

Wednesday December 9

Metro Transit and the City of Madison Transportation Commission will hold a virtual public hearing on Wednesday, December 9, at 6:00pm to review and discuss service adjustments proposed for March 2021.  Link available soon.

 

 

Marsha Rummel

District 6 Alder

City of Madison

 




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