Sometimes, this mayor is just a little too much. The mayor’s holding a press conference today during the time the committees doing the work to be talked about in the press conference will be meeting and doing that work.
I’ve been watching several of these issues, but not keeping up with them, so thanks to Grant Foster for letting use cross-post from Madison Bikes.
10 meetings, half of them are on Thursday.
Seems like a no-brainer, right? Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha . . . it’s not, and it’s not the neighborhood that is likely to be the problem . . . please tell your alders (firstname.lastname@example.org) and supervisors (email@example.com ) to help support affordable housing in this location!!!
More planning going on, lots of meetings where you can voice your desires, concerns and support the things you love about our parks!
Use of Force policies could change . . . if this bill were to pass. Please read and spread to your friends, family and colleagues around the state to support Chris Taylor and her colleagues!
Cuz, its never right . . .
So, the City of Madison is doing its comprehensive planning update that is required every 10 years. This is what drives most development decisions in the city . . . well, this, and TIF and other government hand outs. Where are we at and what’s next? And how will you get involved? Unless, of course, you don’t care how the city develops (until its next door to you!).
I tuned in to Board of Estimates last night to catch up on this, because I hadn’t heard much about this lately. I attended some meetings a year ago or more . . . but you’d think an economic development plan for the city would be getting more attention! Here’s what the Board of Estimates discussed. Spoiler alert: I’m not impressed.