Dane County public meetings for the week of December 7–11

By Brenda Konkel (reposted with permission from Forward Lookout—thanks!) —15 meetings scheduled this week ...

Monday, 12/7/2015
5:30 PM Personnel & Finance Committee City-County Building Room 351
DESIGNATING SPACE IN THE DOWNTOWN COUNTY PARKING RAMP FOR PERSONAL STORAGE LOCKERS FOR THE HOMELESS
AUTHORIZING CAPITAL FUNDING FOR THE PURCHASE AND INSTALLATION OF DANE COUNTY JAIL INMATE HOUSING UNIT LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT
APPROVING CHANGES TO THE 2016 EMPLOYEE BENEFIT HANDBOOK

6:00 PM Youth Commission – By Youth For Youth Subcommittee United Way of Dane County – 2059 Atwood Ave
– Community Service Project
– Team-building activity

Tuesday,12/8/2015
8:15 AM UW Extension Committee 5201 Fen Oak Dr, Madison WI 53718
ACKNOWLEDGING RECEIPT OF THE REPORT OF THE POLLINATOR PROTECTION TASK FORCE AND PLANNING NEXT STEPS FOR POLLINATOR PROTECTION IN DANE COUNTY
– Oscar Mayer Closing and Extension’s Response

5:15 PM Public Protection & Judiciary Committee Room 357 of the City-County Building
– UPDATE ON CORPORAL PUNISHMENT – District Attorney Ismael Ozanne and representatives from the Health & Human Services
Department will brief the committee on the issue of corporal punishment in our community.

5:30 PM Public Works & Transportation Committee Public Works Conference room, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison WI
– wow, a whole lotta routine nothing?

5:45 PM Environment, Agriculture & Natural Resources Committee City-County Building – Room 321 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Madison, WI 53703
– I got nuthin’, again.

7:00 PM Zoning & Land Regulation Committee City – County Building, ROOM 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison
REVIEW AND POSSIBLE REVOCATION OF CUP #2103
Landowner: Oak Park Quarry, LLC
Location: 3522 Oak Park Road, Section 29, Town of Deerfield
Reason: compliance with conditions of approval and standards found in Dane County Code of Ordinances Section 10.255(2)(h)
AMENDING CHAPTER 82 OF THE DANE COUNTY CODE OF ORDINANCES, INCORPORATING THE TOWN OF WINDSOR COMPREHENSIVE PLAN INTO THE DANE COUNTY COMPREHENSIVE PLAN

Wednesday, 12/9/2015
8:30 AM Employee-Management Insurance Advisory Committee M3 Office, 828 John Nolen Dr.
– Presentations by WEA Trust Rep Kirk Fry
– – Annual Utilization Overview
– – Denial of Coverage for Services Related to Obesity
WEA TRUST UTILIZATION OVERVIEW

12:00 PM Executive Committee – Redistricting Subcommittee City-County Building room 357
– FOR POSSIBLE ACTION — CONSIDERING AND FINALIZING RECOMMENDATIONS FROM THE SUBCOMMITTEE FOR A 2021 REDISTRICTING PROCESS.
– – Public comment
– – PUBLIC SURVEY RESPONSES TO REDISTRICTING CRITERIA ON SPEAK UP DANE

12:45 PM Area Agency on Aging – Nutrition / Wellness Committee Monona Meadows Apts – 250 Femrite Drive, Monona, WI 53716 Meal at Noon
– EAST MADISON/MONONA COALITION OF THE AGING MEAL SITES
– SENIOR NUTRITION PROGRAM EVALUATION REPORT
NUTRITION CONSUMER SURVEY 2015

4:00 PM Commission on Economic & Workforce Development City-County Building, Room 421 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Madison, WI 53703
– Staff update on hiring of transportion pilot project intern.
– Briefing from Supervisors on economic development items passed in the 2016 County budget

Thursday, 12/10/2015
9:00 AM Emergency Medical Services – Operating Practices Subcommittee St. Mary’s Training Center – 999 S. Park Street Madison, WI 53703
– Closest/Quickest Response – Input from Chiefs/Directors
– Mass Casualty Review Timeline

5:15 PM Specialized Transportation Commission 210 Martin Luther King Boulevard, Madison WI, Room 357
– Employment Transportation Third Quarter Summary

5:30 PM Solid Waste & Recycling Commission Public Works Conference room, 1919 Alliant Energy Center Way, Madison WI
– TONNAGE REPORT
– CAPITAL PROJECTS UPDATE
– LEGISLATIVE ITEMS – SB 340 – RESTORATION OF $2.3 MILLION TO THE RECYCLING PROGRAM
– STATE OF THE RECYCLING INDUSTRY

5:30 PM Lakes & Watershed Commission City-County Building – Room 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. Madison, WI 53703
– Land Use, Climate Change, and Yahara Lakes Flooding – Dr. Ken Potter, UW-Madison Civil & Environmental Engineering