City, County, School public meetings this week

By Brenda Konkel (thanks for permission to re-post from Forward Lookout: www.forwardlookout.com) — Public meetings for the week of February 8-12.

CITY OF MADISON

Fourteen meetings before 5pm, out of 24. Sending a very, very strong message that the public is generally unwelcome.
Monday, February 8, 201610:30 AM EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY ROOM 507 CCB– 5 minute meeting for one item. Board of Health Resolution #2016-04 to Accept Funding for the Cities Connecting Children to Nature Initiative
11:00 AM TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION SUBCOMMITTEE ROOM 100 MMB– Rate Schedule for 2016 mid-year change.a. Discuss timeline for review, public input, and TPC approval.b. Review draft rate schedule and recommend changes to rate schedule.c. Schedule evening meeting prior to 3/9 TPC meeting to seek public input on rate change.– Discussion and approval of TPC Subcommittee Task Timeline – Review the draft timeline and revise/approve the timeline and task list.– Request information (data, reports, technology capabilities, etc) needed from staff for discussion/action on the next meeting’s task items.
1:30 PM JUDGE DOYLE SQUARE AD HOC MONONA TERRACE BOARD SUBCOMMITTEE 1 JOHN NOLEN DR, DANE ROOM– Proposal Comparisons– Discussion– Recommendations to the Board
4:30 PM BOARD OF CANVASSERS – NOTICE OF POSSIBLE QUORUM (4:30-7PM) ROOM 103A CCB– The City Clerk’s Office is open to the public for absentee voting until 7 p.m. weekdays. A quorum of the City of Madison Board of Canvassers may be present during this absentee voting period.
4:45 PM LANDMARKS COMMISSION ROOM 260 MMB– 2115 Allen Boulevard – Alteration to pumping station adjacent to a landmark site – Marshall Park/Swenson Estate.
5:30 PM PLAN COMMISSION ROOM 201 CCB– Approving the preliminary plat and final plat of The Turn at Cherokee at 5204 N. Sherman Avenue– Creating Section 28.022-00220 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 1910 Tennyson Lane, 12th Aldermanic District, from the SR-V2 (Suburban Residential – Varied 2) District to the SR-C1 (Suburban Residential – Consistent 1) District to reduce the size of the approved zoning lot in accordance with conditions of approval. – Consideration of a demolition permit to allow the demolition of a single-family residence at at 2049 Baird Street; 14th Ald. Dist. to facilitate expansion of Penn Park– Consideration of a demolition permit to allow the demolition of a grocery store at at 4141 Nakoosa Trail; 15th Ald. Dist. to facilitate the future construction of City of Madison maintenance and storage facilities.– Amending Section 28.142(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify that the six-foot tall fence requirement applies to single- and two-family dwellings
Tuesday, February 9, 20164:30 PM BOARD OF CANVASSERS – NOTICE OF POSSIBLE QUORUM (4:30-7PM) ROOM 103A CCB– The City Clerk’s Office is open to the public for absentee voting until 7 p.m. weekdays. A quorum of the City of Madison Board of Canvassers may be present during this absentee voting period.
5:00 PM PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE 314 W. DAYTON ST., MADISON FIRE DEPARTMENT ADMIN. BUILDING, PARKINSON HALL– Update from Assistant City Attorney Zilavy on the Nuisance Ordinance– Amending Section 23.16 of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify the definition of law enforcement officer as defined in this section and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) to establish a bail deposit for this section
5:30 PM MADISON ARTS COMMISSION ROOM LL-110 MMB– Poet Laureate program – Welcome Oscar Mireles– BLINK Proposal Review – Review BLINK Applications and make funding decisions– – Art+Place at MMoCA– Annual Grant Review – Review of Upcoming Grant Cycle Madison– Art Commission Strategy and Direction – Seeking Approval of MAC Priorities for 2016
Wednesday, February 10, 20161:00 PM MULTICULTURAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE (MAC) ROOM 108 CCB– Update on MAC website (10 min)– Update on survey report (15 min)– Recruiting new memberso Discussion of recruiting new members from departments without current representation, such as Metro, Police, or Fire– Discussion of future MAC programso Brainstorming and discussion for our Spring and Fall events
4:30 PM BOARD OF CANVASSERS – NOTICE OF POSSIBLE QUORUM (4:30-7PM) ROOM 103A CCB– The City Clerk’s Office is open to the public for absentee voting until 7 p.m. weekdays. A quorum of the City of Madison Board of Canvassers may be present during this absentee voting period.
4:30 PM URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION ROOM 300 MMB– 2115 Allen Boulevard – Public Building, Conditional Use Within CN Conservancy Zoning for Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Pump Station 15. 19th Ald. Dist. – 222 South Bedford Street – New Development of a Four-Story Apartment Building Containing 83 Residential Units with Below Grade Parking in the Downtown Core. – 722 Williamson Street – New Development Containing 142 Residential Units (96 in the New Building Adjacent to Bike Path and 46 Within the Olds Seed Building) and Approximately 7,200 Square Feet of Commercial Space. 6th Ald. Dist.
5:00 PM EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM LL-130 MMB– Madison Out-of-School Time (MOST) Update– Madison Metropolitan School District/Municipal Court Truancy Report– Community Schools-Update and Letter to Superintendent
5:00 PM TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION ROOM 260 MMB– Parking: Request to hold public hearing at the March meeting to hear comment on proposed rate changes– Parking: Discussion of Draft RFP for Capitol East Garage Design and Engineering Services– Metro: Fare Change Discussion– Metro: Jenifer Street Construction Plans and related Bus Stop and Detour Information
6:30 PM BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 3330 ATWOOD AVE., OLBRICH BOTANICAL GARDENS– Madison Mallards informational reports regarding the 2016 Fan Access Plan, Neighborhood Impact Plan and Responsible Alcohol Consumption Action Plan– Request by Vern Stenman, Madison Mallards, for fireworks and other promotions for the 2016 Mallards Baseball Season.– Big Top Events Informational Reports Regarding the 2016 Breese Stevens Field Fan Access Plan, Annual Neighborhood Impact Plan, and Responsible Alcohol Consumption Action Plan– Waldorf Park Master Plan– Parks Master Plan
Thursday, February 11, 20168:00 AM COMMISSION OF THE MADISON METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT 1610 MOORLAND RD., MULTIPURPOSE ROOM OF THE OPERATIONS BUILDING– Convene Public Hearing on Territory in the Town of Westport Sewer Utility District– Consideration of Order to Annex Lands in the Town of Westport Utility District– Pumping Station 15 Rehabilitation: Project Review/Update
8:00 AM EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB– 2016 Madison Child Care Forum
4:30 PM BOARD OF CANVASSERS – NOTICE OF POSSIBLE QUORUM (4:30-7PM) ROOM 103A CCB– The City Clerk’s Office is open to the public for absentee voting until 7 p.m. weekdays. A quorum of the City of Madison Board of Canvassers may be present during this absentee voting period.
4:30 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ROOM 260 MMB– Triangle Action Plan– CDA Resolution No. 4172, approving and granting the sale from the Community Development Authority to the City of Madison, by Warranty Deed, of two vacant lots located in the Mosaic Ridge Plat for the installation of a new neighborhood park by the City Parks Division, located at 2348 and 2370 Revival Ridge.– CDA Resolution No. 4168, authorizing the execution of a lease with Meridian Group,Inc. for 28 units of former public housing at Truax Park Apartments, for the purpose of operating a Rapid Re-Housing Program to provide housing to homeless families
5:00 PM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE ROOM GR-27 CCB– Fiber to the Premise (FTTP) Study – Update– Digital Divide• Technology Education Services• Devices for Citizens• Contract– Update
5:00 PM EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION ROOM LL-120 MMB– Presentation: Report of warrants issued to homeless individuals– Race and media representation– EOC Commission involvement in DCR Director’s hiring– 4 state bills about bathrooms, unemployment benefits, child abuse and neglect and landlord/tenant laws.– Item regarding review of Madison Police Department data surrounding traffic stops
5:00 PM ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS (Cancelled) ROOM LL-110 MMB
5:30 PM BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY 119 E OLIN AVE, CONF ROOM A & B– Strategic Planning– Prenatal Care Coordination Evaluation and Audit– Reports
Friday, February 12, 20164:30 PM BOARD OF CANVASSERS – NOTICE OF POSSIBLE QUORUM (4:30-7PM) ROOM 103A CCB– The City Clerk’s Office is open to the public for absentee voting until 7 p.m. weekdays. A quorum of the City of Madison Board of Canvassers may be present during this absentee voting period.

 

DANE COUNTY

Eight meetings before 5:00, out of 18. Public input not wanted – or for that matter, other county board supervisor input.
Monday, 2/8/2016 10:30 AM Board of Health for Madison and Dane County – Executive Committee City County Building, 210 MLK Jr. Blvd. Conference Room 507 CONFERENCE CALL– BOARD OF HEALTH RESOLUTION #2016-04 ACCEPT FUNDING FOR THE CITIES CONNECTING CHILDREN TO NATURE INITIATIVE
12:00 PM Emergency Medical Services – Medical Advisory Subcommittee Madison Water Utility – 119 E Olin Avenue Madison– Controlled Substance DEA– Hospital Training on Protocols– Recorded Phone Line to Hospitals– CARES Registry– Preliminary Patient Care Report– Advanced EMT Intercepts – Tabled awaiting Data
12:30 PM Area Agency on Aging – Nutrition / Wellness Committee Temple Beth El, 2800 Arbor Drive, Madison Meal served at noon– Presentations – TEMPLE BETH EL NUTRITION SITE– Reports to Committee – 2015 NUTRITION SURVEY RESULTS DISCUSSION
1:30 PM Local Emergency Planning Committee Madison Water Utility, 119 E. Olin Ave., Madison, WI– Organizational Guidelines
5:30 PM Personnel & Finance Committee City County Building Room 351– AWARDING CONCESSION LEASE FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE SERVICES AT THE DANE COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT– AWARDING CONCESSION LEASE FOR RETAIL SALES AT THE DANE COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT– AUTHORIZING THE TAX DEEDING OF TAX DELINQUENT PROPERTIES– APPROVING AGREEMENTS AND PURCHASES SUPPORTING AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING PROJECT AT THE UNION CORNERS DEVELOPMENT IN THE CITY OF MADISON– REDEVELOPMENT OF THE ALLIANT ENERGY CENTER– Discussion Item – Elected Officials Compensation Package
6:00 PM Youth Commission – By Youth For Youth Subcommittee United Way of Dane County, 2059 Atwood Ave– Review proposals– Follow-up questions for applicants
Tuesday, 2/9/2016 8:15 AM UW Extension Committee 5201 Fen Oak Dr, Madison WI 53718– Presentation – Community Food Systems– Restructuring of Extension (report)
5:15 PM Public Protection & Judiciary Committee Room 357 of the City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.– REQUEST FOR TRANSFER OF FUNDS – MEDICAL EXAMINER REFRIGERATED TRUCK– AUTHORIZING ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT FUNDING TO PURCHASE LASER RADAR EQUIPMENT
5:30 PM Public Works & Transportation Committee Public Works conference room, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison WI– AUTHORIZING EXECUTION OF LEASE WITH ADAMS OUTDOOR ADVERTISING LIMITED PARTNERSHIP-DANE COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT– ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF THE FIRST DANE COUNTY SUSTAINABLE OPERATIONS PLAN AND PLANNING NEXT STEPS FOR IMPLEMENTATION– Chair’s update: Discussion about the future Public Works & Transportation program reviews
5:45 PM Environment, Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee City-County Building – Room 351 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Madison, WI 53703– WDNR Nitrate Study Update
7:00 PM Zoning & Land Regulation Committee City – County Building, ROOM 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison– Check to see if there is anything of interest to you– Status Report in regards to Conditional Use Permit #2103, Oak Park Quarry
Thursday, 2/11/2016 9:00 AM Emergency Medical Services – Operating Practices Subcommittee Madison Water Utility – 119 E Olin Avenue Madison– Mass Casualty Plan Review– Public Safety Rehab Form
3:30 PM Public Protection & Judiciary – Diversion Programs Workgroup CCB – Room 351– Discussion on ideas for process for gathering and developing information
5:30 PM Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Madison Water Utility, 119 E. Olin Avenue Conference Room A and B– STRATEGIC PLANNING– PRENATAL CARE COORDINATION EVALUATION AND AUDIT
5:30 PM Environmental Council Room 357, City County Bld, 210 ML King Jr Blvd– 2016 Grant Program– Pollinator Protection Plan work
5:30 PM Solid Waste & Recycling Commission Public Works conference room, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison WI– No info available
5:30 PM Lakes & Watershed Commission City-County Building – Room 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Madison, WI 53703– Characterizing the sources of elevated groundwater nitrate in Dane County– Follow-up to Dr. Ken Potter’s “Land Use, Climate Change, and Yahara Lakes Flooding” Presentation and Update on Urban Water Quality Grant Program– Clean Lakes Alliance Quarterly Briefing
Friday, 2/12/2016 12:00 PM BUILD – Better Urban Infill Advisory Committee City-County Building Room 351– Discussion of 2016 BUILD program budget– Discussion of 2016 grant guidelines and application deadline


MADISON METRO SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD

Three meetings!
Monday, February 8, 20165:00 p.m. – Special Board of Education Meeting in Closed Session – Doyle Administration Building, 545 West Dayton Street, Room 103– Review and Receipt of Advice from Counsel regarding Disciplinary Proceedings and Decisions involving Individual Students pursuant to Wis. Stat. Secs. 19.85(1)(a), (f), and (g); 118.125; and/or 120.13(1)(e)l
5:30 p.m. – Instruction Work Group – Doyle Administration Building, 545 West Dayton Street, Room 103– Alernatives Plan Update– Pathways/Academic and Career Planning (ACP) Update– Community Schools Update
Wednesday, February 10, 20165:00 p.m. – City of Madison Education Committee – 215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard, Room LL-130 (Madison Municipal Building)– Madison Out-of-School Time (MOST) Update– Madison Metropolitan School District/Municipal Court Truancy Report– Community Schools – Update and Letter to Superintendent