City of Madison meetings, week of Aug. 31 to Sept. 4; this could get very ugly

By Brenda Konkel — It’s a real shitshow this week ... A LOT going on ... A LOT!

Monday, August 31, 2015
5:00 PM EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE ROOM 523 CCB
– Discussion: Retreat Planning
– Discussion: Review of the Equal Opportunities Commission Agenda for the September 10, 2015 Meeting

5:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL – DISCUSSION ROOM 201 CCB
– The Madison Police Department presentation will provide a brief historical context on street gangs in America followed by an overview of street gangs in Madison. There will be some time allotted for a discussion on the topic.
Link to Madison’s Crime Prevention Gang Unit: http://www.cityofmadison.com/police/community/gangs/

5:45 PM CITY-COUNTY LIAISON COMMITTEE ROOM 351 CCB
Report: City and County Outreach to the Homeless at the City-County Building (nothing in the link – we’ll have to see what they say on Monday.) Here’s our report.
City-County Building Policies and Operating Rules / April 20, 2015 (proposal to put up no trespassing signs and kick people out of city-bounty building property

Tuesday, September 1, 2015
4:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
Request to change 2017 Budget Deliberation Dates (2016 Common Council Meeting Schedule)
– Informational Report: Madison Municipal Building Rehabilitation/Redesign Project

6:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ROOM 201 CCB
115-117 South Bassett Street
Red Rock Saloon – 25 demerit points
Kollege Klub – 100 demerit points
State St. Brats – 125 demerit points
Happy Sunshine Academy LLC • dba Alpine Liquors – 50 demerit points
Declaring the sale of the subterranean portion of the right of way beneath Pinckney Street serves the public interest in conformity with the requirements of Wis. Stat. Sec. 66.0915(4). (Judge Doyle Square)
Amended Initial Resolution Authorizing Not to Exceed $12,650,000 Bonds of the City of Madison for various street and sidewalk projects (First time I can remember, 20 year borrowing – they are doing it here so they don’t have to go to referendum)
SUBSTITUTE Accepting the Public Market Business Plan as the guiding document for the implementation of a public market and directing the Local Food Committee to develop and execute a project implementation strategy for the Public Market and a plan for the Market District.
SUBSTITUTE Approving the Creation of and the Project Plan and Boundary for Tax Incremental District (TID) #46 (Research Park), City of Madison
Summary Report to the City of Madison Board of Estimates Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 45 (Capitol Square West), City of Madison – Use of ½ Mile Rule (Capitol Square Reconstruction)
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.
Amending Section 2.21 of the Madison General Ordinances to provide rules for a motion to reconsider a vote on overriding a Mayoral veto

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
10:00 AM STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION ROOM 108 CCB
– Lots of upcoming events and block parties, check to see what impacts your neighborhood

12:00 PM PERSONNEL BOARD ROOM 525 CCB
– Staff promotions and job description changes in Library, Parks and as usual, Engineering
Adopting update to the Madison Personnel Rules – correcting “oversights and unintended consequences” in hiring policies and procedures and discipline. Memo explains it.

1:30 PM COMMUNITY POLICING AND BODY CAMERA AD HOC COMMITTEE WRIGHT MIDDLE SCHOOL LMC, 1717 FISH HATCHERY RD
– Committee Recommendation September 2015 (no link)
– Discussion of Committee Recommendation September 2015 (no link)
– Council Report September 2015 (no link)

4:30 PM BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ROOM 108 CCB
Accepting the Greening America’s Capitals: Brittingham – Triangle Green Project Report and authorizing staff to further study the concepts and actions contained in the Report during future planning and infrastructure activities within the project area
Adopting the University Hill Farms Neighborhood Plan as a supplement to the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan
Authorizing City staff to negotiate and enter into an agreement with Alliant Energy for the transfer of ownership and maintenance of 1443 residential streetlights
Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for the demolition of the Madison Municipal Building Annex and the temporary reconstruction necessary to provide emergency exiting an building closure.
– $137,000 in change orders

4:30 PM ETHICS BOARD ROOM 313 MMB
ALTERNATE Creating Sections 2.40(4)(h) and 3.30(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit a person who is registered as a lobbyist under City Ordinances from serving as a member of any permanent or temporary City board, commission or committee

4:30 PM URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION ROOM 260 MMB
Adopting the University Hill Farms Neighborhood Plan as a supplement to the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan
2107-2249 Sherman Avenue-Advisory Presentation 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.
1004 & 1032 South Park Street – Amended PD(GDP-SIP), Four Connected Mixed-Use Buildings in UDD No. 7.
1313 Regent Street – New Development Involving Deconstruction and Selective Demolition Resulting in a Repurposed Multi-Tenant Building with a Brew Pub and 26 Apartment Units with Underground Parking
1701 Wright Street – Irwin A. & Robert D. Goodman Sports Complex at Madison College.
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

5:00 PM EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM LL-130 MMB
– Presentation on UW Research of Joining Forces for Families-Peter Miller
– Discussion: Review of committee charge/goals/priorities and preparation for conversation with Superintendent Cheatham

5:30 PM BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING COMMITTEE 119 E OLIN AVE, ROOM A-B
– Hearing on Dangerous Animal Determination Appeal – County of Dane v. Mary K. McCanna, owner of “Sugar”

5:30 PM MADISON FOOD POLICY COUNCIL 201 W MIFFLIN ST, RMS 301 AND 302
SUBSTITUTE
Accepting the Public Market Business Plan as the guiding document for the implementation of a public market and directing the Local Food Committee to develop and execute a project implementation strategy for the Public Market and a plan for the Market District
Report of the Allied Drive/Verona Road Area Staff Team: Recommmendation to Accept Response to Allied Grocery RFP
Madison Food Policy Council Budget Requests
Pollinator Protection Task Force Report and Draft Resolution

6:30 PM BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS WARNER PARK COMMUNITY RECREATION CENTER, 1625 NORTHPORT DR
Semi-Annual Update from the Madison Area Sports Commission
Creating Section 8.24(1)(ee) of the Madison General Ordinances to ban alcohol from Olbrich Park.
Accepting the Greening America’s Capitals: Brittingham – Triangle Green Project Report and authorizing staff to further study the concepts and actions contained in the Report during future planning and infrastructure activities within the project area
Adopting the University Hill Farms Neighborhood Plan as a supplement to the City of Madison’s Comprehensive Plan

6:30 PM MADISON AREA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD ROOM 354 CCB< - Public Hearing on the Draft 2016 - 2020 Transportation Improvement Program for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County - Public Hearing on the Draft MPO Public Participation Plan - Presentation on the Regional Intelligent Transportation Systems Strategic Pla - Resolution TPB No. 107 Adopting the Bicycle Transportation Plan for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County - Review of Work Plan and Schedule for Regional Transportation Plan 2050 - Resolution TPB No. 108 Adopting the MPO Public Participation Plan Thursday, September 3, 2015
12:00 PM MADISON CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (BID) BOARD OF DIRECTORS` 122 W WASHINGTON AVE
– Public Accommodations and Protected Classes
Resolution approving the State Street Retail District Improvement Grant Program
– 2016 Operating Plan Approval (

3:00 PM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE – CITYWIDE BROADBAND SUBCOMMITTEE ROOM 525 CCB
Mayor’s Directive on a Citywide Fiber Network

5:00 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
Presentation from City Facilities staff regarding preliminary schematic design for the Madison Municipal Building.
Bench Ordinance
Accepting the report and recommendations of the Housing Strategy Committee – Market Rate Rental Report

5:00 PM MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD 201 W MIFFLIN ST, RM 104
– Hmm. Didn’t find anything of significance. Take a look.

5:30 PM MADISON ARTS COMMISSION ROOM LL-110 MMB
– Madison Music City Initiatives
– Establishing a Percent for Art Ordinance
– Public Art Conservation (Four Lakes work completed. Update, discussion, and decisions on: Sid Boyum, Spirit of
Greenbush, and Capital Square Fountains)
Review Overture Contract

 

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