What will the council talk about tonight? One Item? (UPDATED: 2?)

Posted July 15th, 2014 @ 2:36 PM by

Well, this is what the piece of paper says . . . allegedly aldeers make it known if they want to talk about an issue and then any issue that the public speaks to is also fair game.

UPDATES
Ald. Mark Clear requested Agenda Item #13 be excluded:
13. Legislative File No. 34565 – Authorizing the City’s Intervention in Madison Gas & Electric’s 2014 Rate Case Before the Public Service Commission, Authorizing the City to Enter Into a Contract With a Consultant to Assist the City in its Intervention, and Making an Appropriation of $60,000 from the Contingent Reserve for the Consulting Contract.

Additional referral to BOE for Agenda Item # 5:
5. Legislative File No. 34849 – Amending the 2014 Operating Budget to appropriate $60,000 from the Contingent Reserve to Miscellaneous Appropriations to be paid the Capitol Area Regional Planning
Commission. (Business by the Mayor – Request to re-refer to BOE and Common Council meeting 8/5/14)

ORIGINAL
Agenda Items #2 is a PUBLIC HEARING

The following items are extra-majority items to be included on the consent agenda with request for unanimous vote:
9. Legislative File No. 34515 – Amending the 2014 Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development Capital Budget by $10,000 for completion of a Southside Grocery Store Feasibility Study. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)

12. Legislative File No. 34564 SUBSTITUTE – Amending the 2014 Operating Budgets of Information Technology, the Mayor’s Office, and Public Health – Madison and Dane County to provide $5,000 for the City to join the Local and Regional Government Alliance on Race & Equity, authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign documents as needed to establish membership in that alliance, and reallocating $10,000 to PHMDC to support the continued development of the City of Madison Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)

13. Legislative File No. 34565 – Authorizing the City’s Intervention in Madison Gas & Electric’s 2014 Rate Case Before the Public Service Commission, Authorizing the City to Enter Into a Contract With a Consultant to Assist the City in its Intervention, and Making an Appropriation of $60,000 from the Contingent Reserve for the Consulting Contract. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)

15. Legislative File No. 34576 – Amending the 2014 operating budget to appropriate $12,000 from the Contingent Reserve to the Mayor’s Office and authorizing the Mayor to execute a contract to purchase the services of a facilitator for the purposes of developing a strategic plan for the future structure and funding of a community gardens program. (Report of BOE – 15 votes required)

Agenda Items part of the Consent Agenda but with Additional Recommendations or Notes as noted:
5. Legislative File No. 34849 – Amending the 2014 Operating Budget to appropriate $60,000 from the Contingent Reserve to Miscellaneous Appropriations to be paid the Capitol Area Regional Planning Commission. (Business by the Mayor – Request to re-refer to the 8/5/14 Common Council meeting)

74. Legislative File No. 34819 – Authorizing a Request for Proposal that solicits applications for affordable rental housing projects that utilize Low Income Housing Tax Credits. (New Business for Referral – Ald. Lauren Cnare, D. 3 – Additional Referral: CDBG Committee)

Agenda Items requested by alders to be placed on EXCLUSION LIST
18. Legislative File No. 34673 – Substitute – Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Meyer Scherer & Rockcastle, Ltd. to provide professional architectural and engineering design services for the complete rehabilitation of the Madison Municipal Building (MMB) and tenant improvements at the City-County Building (CCB). (Report of BOE – Ald. Ledell Zellers, D. 2 for the purpose of submitting an amendment)

Introductions from the Floor for Referral
Legislative File No. 34859 – Amending the 2014 operating budget to appropriate $5,500 from the Contingent Reserve to the Treasurer’s Office for the purpose of funding a part-time, hourly position, said position dealing with the increase in workload resulting from the change to monthly billing on the part of the Madison Water Utility. (Ald. Chris Schmidt, Council President)
– Recommended Action: Refer to Board of Estimates

Legislative File 34868 Authorizing the City Forester to apply for up to $50,000 in financial assistance from the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to defray costs of tree damage caused by the storms of June 16 – 18, 2014. (Ald. Chris Schmidt, Council President)
– Recommended Action: Refer to Board of Estimates, Common Council Meeting 8/5/14


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