City Week Ahead Do-Over

Posted October 2nd, 2012 @ 8:09 AM by

They added 6 meetings since yesterday morning and I can now access some of the agenda’s that were previously unavailable.

Tuesday, October 2, 2012
10:30 AM ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE ROOM 313 MMB
– Discuss and act on process for reviewing TIF policy
– Discuss possible revisions to the TIF policy

4:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ORGANIZATIONAL COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
Creating a TIF Policy Review Ad Hoc Committee
Creating a City of Madison Food Policy Council.
Salaries of Alderpersons and the Mayor
Accepting the Final Report of the President’s Work Group: Development of Alder Position Description/Role

Common Council Review of Committee Memberships

6:30 PM COMMON COUNCIL ROOM 201 CCB
Sorry, its a “create your own links” kind of morning.
#6 – 2013 Executive Capital Budget
$7 – Ideal redevelopment
#11 – Labor agreement for Local 236 Laborers International Union of North America, AFL-CIO
#13 – 17 – Changing polling places
#21 – Little Manhattan revocation
#28 – Auditing of alcohol licensed premises operating as restaurants.
#31 – Tax Incremental Finance loan to GI Clinic, LLC
#32 – Buying Wheeler’s Triangle
#35 – Creating City of Madison Food Policy Council
#67 – Water Utility’s smart meter opt-out policy

Wednesday, October 3, 2012
8:00 AM BOARD OF ASSESSORS ROOM 101 CCB
– People/companies challenging their property taxes.

10:00 AM STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION ROOM 108 CCB
– Agenda was amended since yesterday, I think.
– Tons of fall events, take a look for things coming up around town.

12:00 PM PERSONNEL BOARD (Cancelled) ROOM 103A CCB

1:00 PM BOARD OF REVIEW ROOM 525
Linked to Personnel Board agenda

3:00 PM MADISON’S CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT-HALLOWEEN BUSINESS INFORMATION 330 WEST MIFFLIN ST
– Logistics (fencing, parking, traffic, access, timing)
– Entertainment, publicity
– Public ticketing
– Complimentary ticketing for property and business owners, employees, tenants, and residents

4:30 PM BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS ROOM 108 CCB
S. Few Street crossing of the Union Pacific Railroad for Central Park
Sanitary Sewer Lateral Warranty Program to be made available to interested homeowners at no cost to the City.
- Where garbage trucks may operate after hours (Prohibited 10pm – 6am).
– Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Central Park – Phase IA. (6th AD) The City is proposing construction of the Central Park project, an urban park located in the East Isthmus Corridor on the near east side. The City has received approximately $3.1 million from a Federal grant for the construction and land acquisition for this project. The initial construction of the Park will be broken into 2 phases, both are planned to be constructed in 2013. Funding for the construction of Phase IA of this
project is included in the 2012 Adopted Capital Budget and the 2013 Executive Capital Budget as Recommended by the Board of Estimates. Report by City Engineering.
– Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Rain Garden and Median Planting
– $170,000 in change orders
– Update on WSOR Railroad Crossing Closures

4:30 PM URBAN DESIGN COMMISSION ROOM LL-110 MMB
306 W Main – 11-Story Apartment Building
Nob Hill Apartments
– Grand View Grocery and retail
202, 210 North Bassett Street & 512, 520 West Dayton Street (Tearing down 4 houses for 5 story apartment building)
313 & 315 North Frances Street (Tearing down 2 houses for 12 story apartment building)

5:00 PM PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES (PILOT) TASK FORCE ROOM LL-120 MMB
– City Operating and Capital Budget Allocations
Description of Services in Key City Agencies
• Police Department
• Fire Department
• Streets Division
• Engineering Division
• Metro Transit
– Existing Payment in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT) Agreements
• Process for establishing PILOT agreements
• Amount of PILOT payments
– Ho-Chunk PILOT Agreement

7:00 PM MADISON AREA TRANSPORTATION PLANNING BOARD 119 E. OLIN AVE. ROOM A & B
– 2013-2017 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) for the Madison Metropolitan Area & Dane County
– Review of Draft 2013 Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) and the 2013-2015 Overall Program Design Report
– Review and Recommendation of Draft 2013 MPO Budget
– Update on Transit Corridor (BRT) Study
– Status Report by Madison Area TPB Members on Other Projects Involving the TPB:
– – USH 51 (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

Thursday, October 4, 2012
12:00 PM MADISON CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT (BID) BOARD OF DIRECTORS 122 W. WASHINGTON AVE, 1ST FLOOR BOARD ROOM
– Halloween Freakfest Overview
– Lots of Updates and reports
– “Collective Community Ban” is in one of the reports – what is that – more bans for State St. or other areas?

4:00 PM HABITAT STEWARDSHIP SUBCOMMITTEE GOODMAN MAINTENANCE FACILITY, 1402 WINGRA CREEK PKWY
– Emerald Ash Borer (EAB) Staff Update
2012 City of Madison Heritage Tree Program Nominations
– – 1625 Yahara Pl Cottonwoods
– – 2315 Sommers Ave Maple
– – 3110 N Sherman Bur Oak
– – 3110 N Sherman Red Oak
– – 904 Oakland St Hackberry
– – 4137 N Sunset Ct Burr Oak

4:30 PM MADISON PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD MADISON SENIOR CENTER, 330 W. MIFFLIN ST.
– Updates and Reports
– Evaluation process of Library Director

5:00 PM CITY-COUNTY LIAISON COMMITTEE ROOM 354 CCB
City-County Building Policies & Operating Rules:
* 5.2 Room Reservations
* 5.3 Flag Display
* 5.4 Other Building Displays
– Artwork in Room 201
Change Order for Audio Visual Equipment for Room 201 of the City-County Building (Supv. Salov, electronic voting equipment)

5:00 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
Approving the Community Development Division’s HUD required 2013 Action Plan.
Discuss Review of Request for Proposal Process for Fund from Affordable Housing Trust Fund.
– Authorizing $180,000 from the Affordable Housing Trust Fund (AHTF) to the Community Development Authority. The loan will partially finance up to six (6) owner-occupied units at Mosaic Ridge subdivision, part of the Allied Drive
Redevelopment Plan.
– Neighborhood Center Study – still nothing in writing on this process

Friday, October 5, 2012
1:00 PM BUS SIZE STUDY STEERING COMMITTEE ROOM LL-110 MMB
– Role of Committee and meeting times
– Scope of work
– Evaluation Committee and bidder list
– Timeline for decision


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