City of Madison meetings, week of September 14-18

By Brenda Konkel — Rosh Hashana today and tomorrow, one committee chooses to ignore it, council meeting starts at 7:30 this week.

Monday, September 14, 2015
5:15 PM MADISON BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS ROOM GR-27 CCB
– They “may” talk about just about anything.

Tuesday, September 15, 2015
7:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ROOM 201 CCB
2016 Executive Capital Budget public hearing
Mad City Frites veto override
Authorizing the Police Department to accept a FY2015 USDOJ Justice and Mental Collaboration Program grant, if awarded, of $200,000 for creating a Mental Health Outreach, Referral and Engagement (MORE) Team, hiring a new sergeant position and funding Journey Mental Health Center clinician for two years; and amending budgets accordingly
SUBSTITUTE – Authorizing the City of Madison to move all employees into the Deductible HMO-Standard PPO health insurance program option 4 and to provide annual wage increases for employees in certain compensation groups.
Authorizing the termination of two leases between the City and the United States Postal Service for the Capital Station Post Office space and adjacent parking at the Madison Municipal Building.
Declaring the City of Madison’s intention to work in partnership with Nehemiah Center for Urban Leadership Development on a targeted four month Homeless, jobless and disaffected individuals assessment Pilot Program.
Adopting the Bicycle Transportation Plan for the Madison Metropolitan Area and Dane County, as a supplement to the City’s Comprehensive Plan, including the relevant recommendations and proposed bicycle facility improvements contained within the plan.
SUBSTITUTE – Accepting the Report of the Board of Estimates and the August 20, 2015, Report of the Judge Doyle Square Negotiating Team; Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to Execute an Amended and Restated Development Agreement with JDS Development LLC for the Judge Doyle Square Project and Related Agreements, and Directing Follow-up Actions by the City as Described and Agreed to in the Amended and Restated Development Agreement. – – RECOMMENDED ACTION: RE-REFER LEGISLATIVE FILE NO. 39761 TO SPECIAL COMMON COUNCIL MEETING 9/23/15

Wednesday, September 16, 2015
10:00 AM STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION ROOM 108 CCB
– Look to see if anything impacts your neighborhood

12:15 PM BUILDING CODE, FIRE CODE, CONVEYANCE CODE AND LICENSING APPEALS BOARD ROOM LL-110 MMB
3402 Kinsman Boulevard (C-09-43-2015) – Cliff Goodhart of Eppstein Uhen Architects appeals IBC 1008.1.4.4. The variance requested is to allow egress doors to be opened in a sequence so that two doors are not open at the same time. The Madison Fire Department supports the variance with conditions.

1:30 PM BOARD OF REVIEW ROOM 118A CCB
– DISCUSS OBJECTIONS TO THE 2015 BOARD OF ASSESSOR RECOMMENDATIONS for three properties

4:30 PM BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ROOM 108 CCB
– Almost $100,000 in change orders
– very short agenda – only 16 items

4:30 PM URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION ROOM GR-27 CCB
– Sign ordinance changes (two items)
2524 Winnebago Street – One 5-Story, Mixed-Use Structure with a Mix of Retail Spaces, Residential Units and Common Spaces and a 28,000 Square Foot Grocery Store in UDD No. 5. 6th Ald. Dist.
2107-2249 Sherman Avenue – Advisory Recommendation at Planning Staff’s Request for a New Mixed-Use Development Containing 60 Market-Rate Apartments and Approximately 6,700 Square Feet of Commercial/Retail Space, in addition to a 6,667 Square Foot Commercial/Retail Pad Site to be Developed in the Future.
820 South Park Street – PD(GDP-SIP), Multi-Phase Affordable Housing Development.
1000 East Washington Avenue – New Development in UDD No. 8.
7933 Tree Lane – PD(GDP-SIP), 46-Unit Multi-Family Apartment Building.

5:00 PM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
– Cooperatives – Presentation by Anne Reynolds, Executive Director of the University of Wisconsin Center for Cooperatives, and Kevin Gundlach, President of South Central Federation of Labor
Accepting the report and recommendations of the Housing Strategy Committee – Market Rate Rental Report.
Amending Sections 9.13(5)(c) and 9.13(6)(h)3.a.iv. of the Madison General Ordinances to create a per-square-foot license fee for all sidewalk cafés and increasing the license fees for Mall/Concourse sidewalk cafes in the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse Vending Area.
Report of the Allied Drive/Verona Road Area Staff Team: Recommmendation to Accept Response to Allied Grocery RFP
Resolution approving the State Street Retail District Improvement Grant Program.
Resolution Establishing the City of Madison Certification Program

5:00 PM MADISON AREA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE ROOM LL-130 MMB
– Staff Reports
– – Metro Transit On-Board Survey
– – Dane County Transit Listening Sessions
– – Bicycle Transportation Plan
– – MATPB Public Participation Plan
– – Active Living Places Index and CARPC Planning for Healthy Communities Project
– Review and Recommendation on Draft 2016-2020 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County
– Presentation on the Regional Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Strategic Plan Recommendations

5:00 PM TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION ROOM 300MMB
Adopting the University Hill Farms Neighborhood Plan as a supplement to the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan.
Parking: Update on JDS Development Proposal, presented by Asst. Parking Utility Manager Scott Lee and Planning, Community and EconomicDevelopment Director Natalie Erdman
Removal of Brearly Street Bus Stop

5:30 PM ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE ROOM 201 CCB
Weary Traveler expanding
Madhatters wants capacity increased to 320
Kollege Klub wants capacity increased to 400
Luckys 1313 Brew Pub LLC – capacity 716
– Discipline hearings on Madhatters, Chasers and Whiskey Jacks

Thursday, September 17, 2015
1:00 PM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE: CITYWIDE BROADBAND SUBCOMMITTEE ROOM 417 CCB
Mayor’s Directive on a Citywide Fiber Network

4:00 PM MONONA TERRACE COMMUNITY AND CONVENTION CENTER BOARD 1 JOHN NOLEN DR, HALL OF FAME ROOM
– Employment Contract Renewal Recommendation – Executive Director (no info and will go into closed session)

5:30 PM DOWNTOWN COORDINATING COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
– Presentation from City Facilities staff regarding preliminary schematic design for the Madison Municipal Building.
Resolution approving the State Street Retail District Improvement Grant Program.
Amending Sections 9.13(5)(c) and 9.13(6)(h)3.a.iv. of the Madison General Ordinances to create a per-square-foot license fee for all sidewalk cafés and increasing the license fees for Mall/Concourse sidewalk cafes in the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse Vending Area.
Creating Section 23.60, renumbering current Section 23.60 to Section 23.70, and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to impose a time limit on use of public benches, to prohibit sitting or lying or lodging in the public sidewalks and rights of way and specified other public places, during specified hours in the Central Business District, and establish a bail deposit schedule for violations thereof, to be known as the Downtown Pedestrian Protection Ordinance.
To approve the 2016 Operating Plan for Madison’s Central Business Improvement District (#1).