I don’t have time to do this post justice, but I can’t see not blogging about this latest absurdity today.
At least this is what they might talk about . . . plus any item that the public might show up to talk about.
I’m not an early voter, I prefer to wait til election day, you never know what you might learn between now and then, but if it what it takes to get you to vote, by all means, vote early!
A bit of random, updates, upcoming meetings, etc., $10 Overture tickets for a year, Union Corners meeting on housing, Placemaking at the Public Market, DNR survey, clean lakes survey.
With polls showing 70% support for a constitutional amendment creating a department of transportation and ensuring that taxes paid by motor-vehicle users are spent on transportation*, passage appears certain. But what will that mean for the future of transportation in Wisconsin? WISDOT could rule with a concrete fist. A shining example of WISDOTs current position […]
Concerned Residents of Cities, Towns Traveling to Capitol to Tell Gov. Walker: Stop Wasteful Highway Expansions, No New Transportation Taxes, Fix Local Roads First FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 20, 2014 CONTACT: Juan Carlos Ruiz, (414) 758-0600 Cleaner Milwaukee Coalition Bruce Speight, firstname.lastname@example.org, (608) 658-3517 WHAT: Last week, WISDOT Secretary Mark Gottlieb refused to hear […]
According to WISDOT, the next State budget will have $680 million more in planned transportation spending than is projected to come in from gas taxes. Unfortunately the majority of the news coverage has missed the opportunity to address the imbalance by reducing wasteful project spending. Assembly Speaker Robin Vos has called this issue one of […]
First of three posts on the briefings on the City of Madison Executive Operating Budget prior to amendments.
Very confused, when my dvr started recording there just did item 11, not sure what they did with it . . . they passed the rest of the agenda except items 12 & 13. They adopted items 1 – 10. Then went on to James Doyle Square and the budget.
Dane County Takes Legal Action to Stop Town of Madison Continued Obstruction of Homeless Day Resource Center
Great communities need great schools.