Late Breaking Day Center Info

Posted May 15th, 2014 @ 1:15 PM by

Two items, one from Lynn Green, one from Joe Parisi.

Letter from “liberal” Joe Parisi urging the county board to push ahead! (sent at 12:27)
5-15 Day Shelter Memo to County Board.doc

To which I have only one question, how much are they willing to spent to make this inadequate building functional?

And informing the county board of the Homeless Issues Committee motions on Tuesday night. (send at 12:28)

From: “Green, Lynn”
Date: May 15, 2014 12:28 PM
Subject: Homeless Issues Committee Actions
To: “#County Board Recipients”

The Homeless Issues Committee met on May 13th. The members requested that County Board Supervisors be informed about the actions they took at that meeting. They acted on two resolutions:

· Res. 068 – Funding for a Centrally Located Permanent Day Resource Center: amendment moved to eliminate lines 59-61 “Additionally, due to the continued need for services downtown, it is expected that Dane County would continue to fund Bethel Lutheran’s homeless services program Monday through Friday at $30,000 per year even after the new center opens”; amendment passed 9-0. Motion as amended passed 7-2.

· Res. 305 – Authorizing the Purchase of 1409 Martin Street: motion to request that the County Board delay action on Res. 305 until additional information can be provided regarding the site and Res. 86 is acted on, continue the consideration of Res. 305 at the next Homeless Issues Committee meeting, request that staff supply financial details regarding the cost of renovations, future expansion, water and sewer, sprinkler system and compare this to similar costs for the Marc East location. Motion passes 7-1.

Any questions in this regard can be addressed to the Chair of the Committee, Supervisor Wegleitner.
Lynn 🙂

Lynn Green, Director
Dane County Dept. of Human Services
608 242-6293 (fax)

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