City Week Ahead

Posted February 10th, 2014 @ 8:02 AM by

19 of 22 (86%) meetings before 5:30 when people who wok ’til 5:00 can make it to testify. 9 of 22 (41%) meetings at 4:30 or earlier. Lobbyist only please!

Monday, February 10, 2014
12:00 PM MADISON BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS 16 N CARROLL ST, ROOM 500
- Same stupid agenda they have had for the past dozen or so meetings.
- Police Chief Appointment: General process and calendar planning and discussion, including compilation and review of public input, additional input considerations, additional development of examination and selection criteria and materials; review of draft materials and calendar; review and evaluation of applications received.

4:30 PM CDA HOUSING OPERATIONS SUBCOMMITTEE ROOM 120 MMB
- CDA Resolution No. 4064 – Authorizing the submission of the Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification, for the year ending December 31, 2013.

5:30 PM PLAN COMMSSION ROOM 201 CCB
- Accepting the report of the Lamp House Block Ad Hoc Plan Committee.
- Adopting an updated Plan Commission Policies and Procedure Manual.
- Consideration of a conditional use to allow construction of a mixed-use building containing 170,000 square feet of commercial space and 254 residential units at 802-854 E. Washington Avenue (no link?)
- Amending various sections of Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances allow Mission Houses and Daytime Shelters as principal uses of land and to add a new definition for Daytime Shelter.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014
12:00 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ALLIED DEVELOPMENT SUBCOMMITTEE ROOM 313 MMB
- Discussion of Possible Purchase of Madison College House for sales center
- Update on Collaboration with Madison College Best House
- Update on Partnership with Bluestone

5:00 PM AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMMISSION ROOM LL-120 MMB
- Awarding the Disparity Study contract to Keen Independent Research, not to exceed the amount of $321,350
- Accepting the Interim Report: “Demographic Change and the City of Madison: Findings of the Common Council Legislative Agenda Work Group on Demographic Change and Recommendations for Action” and approving a plan for implementing recommendations therein.

5:00 PM PLAN COMMISSION
ROOM LL-110 MMB
- Orientation on the Zoning Code

5:00 PM PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
- CHARTER ORDINANCE Creating Section 34.907(2) as a Charter Ordinance of the Madison General Ordinances to require landlords to furnish fire education to new tenants, and renumbering Section 34.907(2) to 34.907(3).
- Creating Section 23.01 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a buffer zone at the entrance of health care facilities to protect patients from protestors and creates a bail schedule for violation thereof.
- Creating Sections 23.60 and 23.61, renumbering Section 23.60 to Section 23.90 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to mandate the spaying and neutering of pit bulls, require registration for pit bull dog breeders and establish a bail deposit schedule for violation of such.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014
7:45 AM MADISON DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (MDC) BOARD OF DIRECTORS 550 W WASHINGTON AVE
- Reports
- Hard to tell if there is anything of interest since there are no links or attachments

10:00 AM CENTRAL BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT REAUTHORIZATION SUBCOMMITTEE 122 W WASHINGTON AVE, 1ST FLOOR CONFERENCE ROOM
- Review of Process/Materials (no link to said materials)
- 2014 Reauthorization Planning

12:00 PM PERSONNEL BOARD ROOM 525 CCB
- Recreating the newly created position of MIS3 (CG18, R10), identified in the 2014 Operating Budget Salary Detail for Information Technology, as a Process Improvement Specialist, in CG18, Range 10.

5:00 PM EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM LL-120
- Madison Out of School Time (MOST) Update
- Discussion of Next Steps for Increased Communication and Collaborative Funding Amongst City of Madison, Dane County and Madison Metropolitan School District
- City of Madison Municipal Government Youth Internship Program
- Accepting the Interim Report: “Demographic Change and the City of Madison: Findings of the Common Council Legislative Agenda Work Group on Demographic Change and Recommendations for Action” and approving a plan for implementing recommendations therein.

5:00 PM TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION ROOM 260 MMB
- Selecting JDS Development, LLC to develop Judge Doyle Square and authorizing the Judge Doyle Square Staff Team under the direction of the Mayor to enter into negotiations with JDS Development, LLC for a final development agreement to undertake the Judge Doyle Square development and to report back to the Common Council no later than August 15, 2014.
- Amending Section 11.06(7)(j) of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit alcohol consumption while operating a pedal-cab or as a passenger of a pedal-cab.
- Creating Section 11.06(3)(j), renumbering current Sections, amending Sections of the Madison General Ordinances
to permit low-speed vehicles to be licensed and used as public passenger vehicles.
- Accepting the Interim Report: “Demographic Change and the City of Madison: Findings of the Common Council Legislative Agenda Work Group on Demographic Change and Recommendations for Action” and approving a plan for implementing recommendations therein.
- Adopting the University Avenue Corridor Plan and the goals, recommendations, and implementation steps contained therein as a supplement to the City’s Comprehensive Plan.
- Metro: Johnson/Gorham Bus Stop Consolidation Memo – TPC 02.12.14

6:30 PM BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 3300 ATWOOD AVE
- Authorizing the temporary closure and private use of the Olin Park boat launch for Rhythm & Booms 2014.
- Parks Land Management Plan

Thursday, February 13, 2014
8:00 AM EARLY CHILDHOOD CARE AND EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM 260 MMB
- 2014 Child Care Assistance Income Guidelines (no link)
- Stabilization grant awards (no link)
- EOP Program Funding Process (no link)
- Accreditation Update (no link)
–Out of City accreditation request La Petite Academy Monona
–Poverty and Accreditation Discussion

8:00 AM MADISON METROPOLITAN SEWERAGE DISTRICT 1610 MOORLAND RD
- Authorizing the Purchase of Chemicals (no link)
- Authorizing the Overhaul of Gas Engine (no link)
- Review and Adoption of Resolution Authorizing The Issuance and Sale of Up to $12,362,184 General Obligation Sewerage System Promissory Notes, Series 2014A and Providing for Other Details With Respect Thereto for the Pump Station 18 Force main Project (no link)

4:30 PM COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ROOM 260 MMB
- CDA Resolution No. 4060, approving the Park/Drake Redevelopment Plan and Boundaries.
- CDA Resolution No. 4064 – Authorizing the submission of the Section 8 Management Assessment Program (SEMAP) Certification, for the year ending December 31, 2013.
- CDA Resolution No. 4070, approving the amended Home-Buy the American Dream Underwriting Guidelines Handbook.
- Prioritizing Redevelopment of Public Housing Sites
- Accepting the Interim Report: “Demographic Change and the City of Madison: Findings of the Common Council Legislative Agenda Work Group on Demographic Change and Recommendations for Action” and approving a plan for implementing recommendations therein.

5:00 PM BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY PERSONNEL COMMITTEE 119 E OLIN AVE
- Review of the Director of Public Health Goals and Accomplishments
- Plan for Next Steps

5:00 PM DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE ROOM 321
- Committee Charge, Purpose and Function
- Surveillance Cameras – Briefing and Discussion
- Digital Divide – Discussion

5:00 PM EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION ROOM LL-120 MMB
- Discussion: Homelessness in Madison – Presenters include, but may not be limited to: Zach Brandon, Chamber of Commerce
- Discussion: Department of Civil Rights, Disability Rights and Services Program
- Approval of letter drafted by EOC Executive Committee regarding the status, process and possibility of creating a protection for homelessness (no link)
- Discussion: The Relationship between Historical Homes and Civil Rights

5:00 PM SOUTH CAPITOL DISTRICT PLANNING COMMITTEE ROOM 300 MMB
- REVIEW OF REGULATORY ISSUES REGARDING INTERCITY BUS OPERATIONS
- REVIEW OF FOCUS GROUP MEETING WITH EAST GATEWAY NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP(S)
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY EAST GATEWAY CONCEPT IMAGES (JOHN NOLEN/BLAIR/WILLIAMSON/WILSON INTERSECTION)
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY WEST GATEWAY CONCEPT IMAGES (JOHN NOLEN/NORTH SHORE AND JOHN NOLEN/BROOM INTERSECTIONS)
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY WILSON STREET CONCEPT IMAGES
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY LAKE MONONA PATH IMAGES
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY BRIDGE CONCEPT IMAGES
- REVIEW OF PRELIMINARY INTERMODAL TRANSIT CENTER IMAGES
- links here

5:00 PM ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS ROOM LL-110 MMB
- people without enough clout to get alders to change the laws for them

5:30 PM BOARD OF HEALTH FOR MADISON AND DANE COUNTY 119 E OLIN AVE
- Amending Section. 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a bail deposit for violation of required dog license and second violation of required cat license.
- Amending Section 7.05 of the Madison General Ordinances to create a definition of a health nuisance and a violation to permit a health nuisance and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) to establish a bail deposit for creating a health nuisance.
- Creating Section 23.01 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a buffer zone at the entrance of health care facilities to protect patients from protestors and creates a bail schedule for violation thereof.
- Creating Sections 23.60 and 23.61, renumbering Section 23.60 to Section 23.90 and amending Section 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to mandate the spaying and neutering of pit bulls, require registration for pit bull dog breeders and establish a bail deposit schedule for violation of such.
- Accepting the Interim Report: “Demographic Change and the City of Madison: Findings of the Common Council Legislative Agenda Work Group on Demographic Change and Recommendations for Action” and approving a plan for implementing recommendations therein.


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