Consent agenda explanation is long, but it looks like the alders have not separated any items to discuss tonight.
June 17, 2014 Common Council Meeting – Proposed Consent Agenda Exclusions
Please note that exclusions on this listing may change at the meeting.
Items may be added or taken off the list when the consent agenda is presented.
Agenda Items #3 through #6 are PUBLIC HEARINGS
9. PUBLIC HEARING – Legislative File 34152 – Change of Agent – Henry Vilas Park Zoological Society dba Henry Vilas Park Zoological Society 606 S Randall Ave New Agent: Sarah Murphy Class B Combination Liquor & Beer. City Clerk requests that this item be PLACED ON FILE; Agent is listed on NEW LIQUOR LICENSE APPLICATION that will be on a future Common Council agenda.
The following items are extra-majority items to be included on the consent agenda with request for unanimous vote:
14. Legislative File No. 34150 – Authorizing the City of Madison to accept a HUD Continuum of Care (CoC) Homeless Services planning grant in the amount of $38,283; amending the 2014 CDBG Operating Budget to reflect this additional revenue and commensurate expenditures; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the Corporation for Supportive Housing, Inc. for planning services. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
15. Legislative File No. 34188 – Authorizing the Mayor, City Clerk and Chief of Police to apply for and accept the FY 2014 Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant award in the amount of $108,034 and to utilize these funds to support several law enforcement initiatives. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
16. Legislative File No. 34219 – Amending Project No. 3, Traffic Engineering, adopted capital budget to provide an additional $105,000 GO in order to purchase three emergency dispatch consoles. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
19. Legislative File No. 34254 – Amending the 2014 Capital Budgets of Major Streets, Stormwater Utility and Engineering-Other to reallocate existing budget authority to use previously borrowed funds due to Arbitrage Requirements. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
21. Legislative File No. 34257 – Amending the 2014 Stormwater Utility and Sewer Utility Capital Budgets to add additional budget authority to provide funding for a 100% assessable development project to be started in 2014 and completed in 2015. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
23. Legislative File No. 34265 – Amending the 2014 City adopted operating budget by reallocating $13,000 from Miscellaneous Appropriations to the Community Development Division operating budget and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to use those funds to amend existing contracts with the Tenant Resource Center, Inc. , as the fiscal agent for Shine608, Inc. to provide storage locker space at the Social Justice Center ($5,600), and with the Center for Community Stewardship, as the fiscal agent for Project Bubbles, to provide laundry services ($5,400), and to transfer $2,000 to Dane County Human Services to continue the provision of support service outreach by Shine608 at the downtown Central Library Branch, in order to maintain these support services to homeless persons pending the expected November 1, 2014 opening of the County Day Resource Center. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
24. Legislative File No. 34270 – Amending the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center 2014 capital budget to replace Reserves Applied with G.O. borrowing of $200,000. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
26. Legislative File No. 34284 – Acknowledging a net increase of $193,964 in anticipated federal HUD grant revenue and commensurate expenditures for FY14, adopting an updated version of the Community Development Division’s HUD-required 2014 Action Plan that reflects these changes, and amending the 2014 CDBG Operating Budget as appropriate. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)
Agenda Items part of the Consent Agenda but with Additional Recommendations or Notes as noted:
44. Legislative File No. 32670 SUBSTITUTE – 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. Report of CCOC: CCOC recommended adoption of the original resolution at their 6/3/14 meeting. A substitute is being presented for adoption to the Council by the co-sponsors of the original resolution.
46. Legislative File No. 33534 – Renaming Section 2.01(6), creating Section 2.01(7), and renumbering Section 2.01(7) to 2.01(8) of the Madison General Ordinances to establish an automatic adjournment at 11:30 p.m. for Common Council meetings. Report of CCOC: A Council President’s Work Group will be formed to address the issue of automatic adjournment as well as other structural agenda/aldermanic issues.
69. Legislative File No. 34441 – Directing city staff to develop an implementation plan to promote transit-oriented housing options for older adults. (New Business for Referral: Ald. Anita Weier, D. 18 – Recommended Action: Withdraw to reintroduce at a future Common Council meeting.)
71. Legislative File No. 34449 – Building opportunities for disadvantaged youth by providing childcare and transportation to support paid internships. (New Business for Referral: Ald. Anita Weier, D. 18 – Recommended Action: Withdraw to reintroduce at a future Common Council meeting.)
Agenda Items requested by alders to be placed on EXCLUSION LIST
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