City of Madison public meetings, January 4-8

By Brenda Konkel (thanks to Forward Lookout for permission to re-post) — Twelve meetings? I bet there’s a whole lot more we find out about on Tuesday!

Monday, January 4, 2016
5:00 PM EOC EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOM 523 CCB
Discussion: Impacts of the State landlord/tenant bill in Assembly
– Discussion: Disproportionate impact of State child abuse bill on communities of color

6:30 PM CITY-COUNTY HOMELESS ISSUES COMMITTEE ROOM 354 CCB

City of Madison Locker Resolution
– Warrants Issued for City of Madison Municipal Tickets – Brenda Konkel
– Update on Day Resource Center
– Final City and County 2016 Budgets in the Housing/Homeless Area
– MUM’s Medical Respite Center Project

Tuesday, January 5, 2016
4:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
– Legislative Update (December 2015) – Nicholas Zavos, Mayor’s Governmental Relations Officer – Referred from 12/1/15 CCOC meeting.
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
Creating Section 4.29 of the Madison General Ordinances relating to affiliated organizations for the City of Madison.
– Role of Council Leadership and Messaging (to Council, Mayor, Media) – Ald. Denise DeMarb, Council President

6:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ROOM 201 CCB
– Lots of big retirements – Ann Gullickson (metro – 19 years), James Martinson (city engineering – 29 years), Rita Johnson (fire – 44 years), Lorri Wendorff (community services – 36 years), Lucia Nunez (Director of Department of Civil Rights)
– Creating Section 28.022 – 00209 and Section 28.022 – 00210 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 7933 Tree Lane, 9th Aldermanic District, from CC (Commercial Center) District to PD(GDP-SIP) (Planned Development (General Development Plan-Specific Implementation Plan) District. (45 units of affordable housing for families)
Proclaiming Oscar Mireles as Madison’s next Poet Laureate
– Council President DeMarb requested reconsideration of Legislative File No. 40817 so that Council could consider a Third Substitute Resolution for adoption (attached). This is the end of the year resolution that changes the budget to spend the contingent reserve.
Amending the work timeline for the Madison Police Department Policy and Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee
Report: City of Madison 2016-2021 Equitable Workforce Plan – Department of Civil Rights
Disciplinary Matter – possible suspension or revocation (15 day suspension)
Amending the Common Council’s Adopted School Crossing Protection Criteria
Adopting the University Hill Farms Neighborhood Plan as a supplement to the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan
Adopting the Emerson East-Eken Park-Yahara Neighborhood Plan (EEEPY) as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
Creating Section 12.138(14) of the Madison General Ordinances to reduce commuter parking impact and promote the use of off-street parking.

Upcoming items of interest:
Amending Sec. 24.08(3)(d) of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify certain exemptions to the Noise Control Ordinance.
Amending Section 33.17 of the Madison General Ordinances to revise the membership and duties of the Economic Development Committee.
Granting and adopting equitable wage increases for employees in compensation group 28.
Amending the 2016 Engineering Division Operating Budget to add two FTE positions, one Construction Manager and one Project Manager (working title), for work on design and construction of building projects, funded by Capital Projects and an additional appropriation from the Contingent Reserve
Amending the repayment terms of Affordable Housing Trust Funds (AHTF) awarded to the City’s Community Development Authority (CDA) for financing its Mosaic Ridge Homeownership Project.
Amending the 2016 Capital Budget and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute loan agreements with Heartland Housing, Inc. (and/or an affiliate legal entity) for up to $1,615,000 from the Affordable Housing Fund for the development (pre-development and construction) of approximately 45 units of permanent supportive housing at 7933 Tree Lane for families experiencing homelessness.
Approving the Worker Cooperative Fund program guidelines and request for proposal release.

Wednesday, January 6, 2016
4:30 PM BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ROOM 108 CCB
What? Denver Colorado? SUBSITUTE Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with RNL Design Inc. to provide professional architectural and engineering design services for Fleet Services Nakoosa Trail
Fire Maintenance Fleet/Fire/Radio Shop Facility in the amount of $970,616 $2,141,242.
SUBSTITUTE Resolution Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a purchase of service (Architect) agreement with Engberg Anderson Architects for $64,000 to provide limited professional architectural and engineering design services for a building assessment including assessing the mechanical systems in the building, space programming, pre-conceptual designs and cost estimates for the Fairchild Building in order to study the possibility of locating a men’s homeless shelter in the building or public restroom.
– $28,000 in change orders
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a purchase of service agreement with Sustainable Engineering Group LLC to provide energy modeling and enhanced commissioning services – as required to register as a LEED rated building by the United States Green Building Council – for the complete rehabilitation of the Madison Municipal Building (MMB).

5:00 PM BICYCLE FACILITY MAINTENANCE POLICY WORKGROUP ROOM 101 MMB
(this agenda indicates attachments, but there are no links)
– Review of Charge
– Initial Review and Development of Bicycle Facility Maintenance Policy
– Winter Bicycling Map Update
– Proposal to use salt brine on bike paths
– On-street bike lanes w/adjacent parking Consider continuing once weekly parking restriction year-round to facilitate snow/ice removal for problem areas (for example: W. Washington Ave., E. Johnson St., E. Gorham St.)
– Bike Parking Snow Removal Opportunity for including bike rack clearing in snow removal contracts from city?
What about schools/businesses?

5:00 PM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ROM 260 MMB
Authorizing the Madison Parking Utility to issue a Request for Proposals (RFP) for architectural and engineering services required to design an approximately 650-stall parking facility on the south east corner of the intersection of East Main Street and South Livingston Street.
Approving the Worker Cooperative Fund program guidelines and request for proposal release.
Amending Section 33.17 of the Madison General Ordinances to revise the membership and duties of the Economic Development Committee.

5:30 PM MADISON FOOD POLICY COUNCIL 201 W. MIFFLIN ST., MADISON CENTRAL LIBRARY, MADISON FOUNDATION COMMUNITY ROOMS 301 AND 302
Consideration of Funding Proposal out of Healthy Retail Access Program
– 15 reports (none appear to be written)

6:30 PM MADISON AREA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD 119 E. OLIN AVE., MADISON WATER UTILITY CONFERENCE ROOMS A & B
– Resolution TPB No. 114 Adopting the Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) Strategic Plan for the Madison
Metropolitan Area
– Update on the Greater Madison Region Public Values and Priorities Survey
– Update on the Metro Transit On-Board Survey Results and Transit Ridership Modeling Project
– Status Report on Studies and PlansInvolving the TPB:
– – USH 51/Stoughton Road (USH 12/18 to IH 39/90/94) Corridor EIS Study
– – USH 51 (McFarland to Stoughton) Corridor EIS Study
– – Beltline (USH 14 to CTH N) Corridor EIS Study
– – Interstate 39/90/94 (Madison to Wisconsin Dells) Corridor EIS Study
– – Interstate 39/90/Beltline Interchange EIS Study
– – Other WisDOT Corridor Studies
– – City of Madison Sustainable Transportation Master Plan

Thursday, January 7, 2016
4:30 PM MADISON LOCAL FOOD COMMITTEE ROOM 300 MMB
Public Market Discussion
Discussion to include, but is not limited to:
– Project Implementation Strategy
– Public Market
– Update on Friends of Madison Marke

5:00 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
Rental Rehabilitation Program – proposed revisions to program guidelines
Amending the repayment terms of Affordable Housing Trust Funds (AHTF) awarded to the City’s Community Development Authority (CDA) for financing its Mosaic Ridge Homeownership Project.

5:00 PM MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD 201 W. MIFFLIN ST., CENTRAL LIBRARY ROOM 104
– APPROVAL OF AMENDING MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY INTERNET POLICY TO BE COMPLIANT WITH THE CHILDREN’S INTERNET PROTECTION ACT FOR ELIGIBLITY FOR FEDERAL E-RATE FUNDING (no clue what the changes are, no attachment)
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a purchase of service (Architect) agreement with OPN Architects to provide professional architectural and engineering design services for the Library Maintenance Support Center Remodel and Addition in the amount of $192,600.
– 7 reports