City of Madison public meetings, week of November 30 to December 4

By Brenda Konkel (re-posted with permission from Forward Lookout) — 18 meetings, only 4 start after 5:30. 8 before 5:00. And more to be added for sure.

Tuesday, December 1, 2015
10:30 AM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
– FTTP PROJECT KICK-OFF PRESENTATION – CTC Technology & Energy

4:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
– Legislative Update (December 2015) – Nicholas Zavos, Mayor’s Governmental Relations Officer
SUBSTITUTE Amending Sections 3.14(4)(a), (b), (d) and (e) of the Madison General Ordinances to add an elected official from a Regional Transit Partner to the Transit and Parking Commission
– Discussion: Ideas for future Common Council Committee of the Whole meetings in 2016 – Ald. Denise DeMarb, Common Council President – – Committee of the Whole – Training in two parts on how to use the equity tool in policy and how to talk about race – Ald. Denise DeMarb, Council President

5:30 PM WATER UTILITY BOARD ROOM 103A CCB
A Resolution Authorizing and Providing for the Sale and Issuance of $41,610,000 Water Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2015, and All Related Details

6:00 PM BOARD OF ESTIMATES SPECIAL MEETING ROOM 103A CCB
A Resolution Authorizing and Providing for the Sale and Issuance of $41,610,000 Water Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2015, and All Related Details

6:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ROOM 201 CCB
– Presentation: Poetry Recitation by Rube’n Medina: “Applying for Citizenship”
Recognizing the dedicated service and outstanding achievements of Wendy Vardaman and Sarah Busse, during their tenure as Madison Poets Laureate.
– Awarding the Ninth Annual Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award
That the City of Madison supports accepting and welcoming Syrian refugees into our community.
Adopting and Confirming the Labor Agreement between the City of Madison and the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists, and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories and Canada (IATSE) for the period January 1, 2016 through December 31, 2016.
Adopting the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE) Appendix to the General Employee Benefits Handbook.
Adopting the Madison City Attorney Association (MCAA) Appendix to the Employee Benefits Handbook for Non-Represented Employees.
Authorizing the allocation of Affordable Housing Funds to support the creation of approximately 160 units of affordable rental housing in Madison, Wisconsin.
Authorizing an allocation of up to $600,000 in Housing Development Reserve Funds to assist Housing Initiatives, Inc. to acquire and rehabilitate two properties at 310 E. Mifflin & 103 N. Butler Streets for a total of fourteen (14) units of affordable rental housing for low-income people.
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an amended purchase of service (Architect) agreement with Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. for $1,950,000 to provide professional architectural and engineering designservices for the complete rehabilitation of the Madison Municipal Building (MMB).
A Resolution Authorizing and Providing for the Sale and Issuance of $41,610,000 Water Utility Revenue Bonds, Series 2015, and All Related Details
SUBSTITUTE-Appropriating $ 3,850,000 from the General Fund balance to agency budgets and the Insurance and Funds and $347,300 from the Library Fund balance to cover various unbudgeted expenditures in 2015, and to amend the 2016 adopted capital budget to authorize general obligation borrowing in 2016 for the Information Technology capital budget related to the fiber and wireless network program.
Authorizing the City to enter into Use Agreement with Big Top Events LLC for the management of concessions, alcohol, events and facility operations at Breese Stevens Stadium for 2015-2022 (2nd Ald. Dist.)
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 7565, Monona Terrace Roof Garden Restrooms Alteration. ($215,000) –
Resolution Establishing the City of Madison Certification Program
Establishing the practice of flying the City flag on City-controlled permanent flagpoles.

Wednesday, December 2, 2015
11:00 AM DEFERRED COMPENSATION COMMITTEE ROOM 501 CCB
– Discussion and possible action on whether the City should have one or two providers for the 457 program.

12:00 PM PERSONNEL BOARD ROOM 525 CCB
– Juggling IT positions

1:30 PM COMMITTEE ON AGING 330 W. MIFFLIN ST., MADISON SENIOR CENTER
Accepting the report and recommendations of the Housing Strategy Committee – Senior Housing chapter.

Thursday, December 3, 2015
1:00 PM METROPOLITAN UNITED FIBER NETWORK CONSORTIUM, UNINCORPORATED OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ROOM 525 CCB
– Discussion and possible action regarding the application for membership from the Wisconsin Army National Guard.
– Report from and possible action regarding the Operations sub-committee recommendations. (Christian)
a. Cresentlink update(s)
b. Digital Divide Update

4:30 PM MADISON LOCAL FOOD COMMITTEE ROOM 300 MMB
Public Market District Discussion – Discussion to include, but is not limited to:
– Organizational Structure Subcommittee Report
– Public Market District Subcommittee Report
– Public Market

5:00 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
– Coordinated Entry System presentation by Community Action Coalition
– Mosaic Ridge Homeownership, Loan Repayment Terms – discussion only
– Approval of two revisions to Rental Rehabilitation Loan Program requirements
– – Accepting the report and recommendations of the Housing Strategy Committee – Senior Housing chapter.

5:00 PM MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD 201 W. MIFFLIN ST., ROOM 104. CENTRAL LIBRARY
– Reports and updates

5:00 PM ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS (Cancelled) ROOM LL-110 MMB

5:30 PM BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY 501 E. BADGER RD., BADGER ROCK NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER WORKSHOP ROOM
– STRATEGIC PLANNING UPDATE
– RENEWAL OF 2016 NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF LOCAL BOARDS OF HEALTH (NALBOH) MEMBERSHIP
– Reports

6:00 PM WARNER PARK COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER ADVISORY SUBCOMMITTEE 1625 NORTHPORT DR
– UPDATE ON PURCHASING RESALABLE MERCHANDISE
– UPDATE ON YOUTH GYM POLICY AND PAY STRUCTURE
– Reports