City Week Ahead

Posted May 12th, 2014 @ 8:44 AM by

Well, here’s what is currently known . . . expect changes as per usual . . .

If you work until 5:00, you could make it on time to only 6 of the 21 meetings currently known this week. 71% of the meetings start before 5:30.

Monday, May 12, 2014
1:30 PM BOARD OF ASSESSORS ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING ROOM 101 CCB
– Discuss Board of Assessors procedures and meeting schedule.

4:30 PM BOARD OF ESTIMATES ROOM 260 MMB
– Resolution to authorize a contract with Frank Productions, Inc., for Freakfest 2014 and to authorize gating and ticketing for entry into the event area.
Report of Police Chief: Police Overtime for 2013 & 1st Quarter 2014
– Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an Agreement between the City and Bartolotta Fireworks Company, Inc. for the fireworks display at Elver Park.
Amending the 2014 Parks Division Operating Budget and the 2014 Operating Budget Miscellaneous Appropriations to provide funding for the City sponsored Elver Fireworks event on July 3, 2014.
Approving the Amendment of the Project Plan for Tax Incremental District (TID) #35 (Todd Drive), City of Madison.
– Judge Doyle Square Negotiations Update (Closed session)

5:15 PM MADISON BOARD OF POLICE AND FIRE COMMISSIONERS ROOM GR-22, CCB
– They may talk about anything they want.
– Rules drafting project general discussion; possible action on rules revisions regarding eligibility lists and appointment procedures

5:30 PM PLAN COMMISSION ROOM 201 CCB
Phase III of All Saints Campus, with 50 age-restricted apartments, 60-unit community based residential facility and common facilities.
2340, 2504 and 2507 Winnebago Street – medical offices, retail, mixed-use and residential buildings
– 617 North Segoe Road, demolish an office building to allow construction of a 115-unit apartment building.
Consideration of an alteration to an approved Planned Development-Specific Implementation Plan to allow a second 42-unit multi-family residential building to be constructed and operated as rental apartments instead of condominiums at 3864 Maple Grove Drive

Tuesday, May 13, 2014
4:30 PM PUBLIC SAFETY REVIEW COMMITTEE ROOM GR-22, CCB
– Amending Sections 34.105(14), creating Sec. 34.105(16), renumbering Secs. 34.105(16) and (17) to (17) and (18), amending Sec. 34.5601, repealing and recreating Sec. 34.5608, and amending Secs. 1.08(3) and (4) of the Madison General Ordinances to make a more extensive firework permitting process.

5:00 PM AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMMISSION ROOM LL-120 MMB
Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative Presentation

5:00 PM COUNCIL LEGISLATIVE AGENDA WORK GROUP: DEMOGRAPHIC CHANGE ROOM 417 CCB
– Discussion: Responses from Boards, Committees and Commissions (May 8 Amendment Memo Summary)
– Discussion: Interim Demographic Report (Track Changes Version)
– Discussion: Common Council Organizational Committee May 8, 2014

5:00 PM SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION: TAXICAB PERMIT APPEAL ROOM 100, MMB
– Hearing: Nathan Comp, Appeal of Taxicab Driver Permit Denial

5:15 PM NOTICE OF POSSIBLE COMMON COUNCIL QUORUM – DANE COUNTY PUBLIC PROTECTION & JUDICIARY COMMITTEE ROOM 357 CCB
РThe chair of the County’s Public Protection & Judiciary Committee, Supv. Paul Rusk, has invited Common Council members to a public hearing being held by the committee on the possible changes in the 911 Center Governance Board Structure. The public hearing is scheduled to be held in Room 357, City-County Building at 5:15 p.m. on Tuesday, May 13, 2014.

5:45 PM SUBCOMMITTEE OF THE TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION: TAXICAB PERMIT APPEAL ROOM 100, MMB
– Hearing: Karnicsha Miller , Appeal of Taxicab Driver Permit Denial

Wednesday, May 14, 2014
10:00 AM STREET USE STAFF COMMISSION ROOM 108 CCB
– Upcoming events

5:00 PM EDUCATION COMMITTEE ROOM LL-120 MMB
– Chair’s Report: Building a Community Coordination Plan
Madison Out-of-School Time (MOST) Update
– School Technology Plan Presentation
– County Education Update

5:00 PM TRANSIT AND PARKING COMMISSION ROOM 260 MMB
Update on Chicago BRT, presented by MPO Transportation Planner Mike Cechvala
Staff Report on Parking Utility Financial Sustainability Report – TPC 05.14.14
ADATS Subcommittee recommendation regarding Paratransit service to The Jefferson – TPC 05.14.14
– Update from TPC Subcommittee to Review Taxi Regulations & Shared-Ride Services – TPC 05.14.14
Metro: Action on proposed 2014 service changes on Routes 8, 15, 19, 26, 36, 44, 48, 49, 50, 59, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 78.
Amending the Metro Transit 2014 Operating Budget to allow for the increase of service frequency on Route 50 during the last third of 2014.

6:30 PM BOARD OF PARK COMMISSIONERS 1402 WINGRA CREEK PKWY
Supporting the application by the Madison Parks Foundation for a Dane County Partners for Recreation and Conservation (PARC) grant for development of two new splash parks, one in Reindahl Park and one in Elver Park.
Olbrich Botanical Society Presentation on the Olbrich Capital Campaign
– Amending Sections 34.105(14), creating Sec. 34.105(16), renumbering Secs. 34.105(16) and (17) to (17) and (18), amending Sec. 34.5601, repealing and recreating Sec. 34.5608, and amending Secs. 1.08(3) and (4) of the Madison General Ordinances to make a more extensive firework permitting process.

6:30 PM EMERSON EAST-EKEN PARK-YAHARA NEIGHBORHOOD PLAN STEERING COMMITTEE 329 NORTH ST., BASHFORD UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
- Plan Development
– – Planning process update.
– – Background information and trends presentation.
– – Stakeholder interview and focus group update.
– – Issues and opportunities refinement.
– – Vision statement development.

Thursday, May 15, 2014
4:00 PM COMMON COUNCIL – DISCUSSION 330 W MIFFLIN ST
– PRESENTATION: CITY OF MADISON DATA & EQUITY
– – Framing the conversation
– – What do we know: on-going initiatives
– – Models from other cities: Portland Regional Equity Atlas, SF Sustainable Communities Index, ROSA
– – Next Steps
– – Questions from Council members

4:00 PM MONONA TERRACE COMMUNITY AND CONVENTION CENTER BOARD ONE JOHN NOLEN DR
– 2013 Economic Impact Report
– GMCVB First Quarter Report: Dianne Morganthaler, Vice President of Marketing & Strategic Planning and Rebecca Ramsey, Director of Sales
Adoption of Monona Terrace Behavior Policy: Gregg, McManners, Director

4:30 PM LANDLORD AND TENANT ISSUES COMMITTEE ROOM LL-110 MMB
Updating Tenant and Landlord Rights and Responsibilities Pamphlet to Reflect Recent Changes in State Law

5:00 PM SUSTAINABLE MADISON TRANSPORTATION MASTER PLAN OVERSIGHT COMMITTEE ROOM 300 MMB
– REVIEW OF VISION EVENT II (OUTCOMES AND INPUT RECEIVED)
– OVERVIEW OF BICYCLE PLANNING AND DATA COLLECTION PROGRESS: DEVELOPMENT OF BICYCLE FUNCTIONAL CLASSIFICATION SYSTEM (TOOLE DESIGN GROUP)
– OVERVIEW OF PEDESTRIAN SYSTEM DATA COLLECTION AND ASSESSMENT (TOOLE DESIGN GROUP)
– REVIEW OF ONGOING AND PLANNED PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT STRATEGIES

5:30 PM DOWNTOWN COORDINATING COMMITTEE ROOM 108 CCB
– Discussion of Downtown Safety Issues with Madison Police Department representative
– Discussion of State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse service area boundaries and schedule for calculating Mall Maintenance Special Charges
Accepting the Downtown Public Restrooms Staff Report on the construction and maintenance costs and placement strategies for public restrooms.
– Discussion of potential “Parklets/Cafelets” within the public right-of-way in existing parking stalls

6:30 PM UNIVERSITY HILL FARMS AD HOC STEERING COMMITTEE 110 N WHITNEY WAY, MOUNT OLIVE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Plan Development
– – Discuss Draft Plan Recommendations (continued)
– – Review DOA Letter
– – Discuss Third Open House
– – Discuss Follow-up Focus Group Sessions
– – Discuss Placemaking Initiatives


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