City Week Ahead

Posted June 26th, 2017 @ 7:47 AM by

19 agendas, most are here, not all. Only nine meetings before 5:00 . . . you know, about half . . .

Monday, June 26, 2017
4:30 PM Finance Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 354
Submitting the appointment of Mahanth S. Joishy for confirmation of a five-year term as the Fleet Service Superintendent.
Submitting the appointment of Gregory P. Mickells for confirmation of a five-year term as the Library Director.
Amend the 2017 budget to authorize the use of up to $25,000 from the violence reduction peer support appropriation to support related, interim services. (to be placed on file)
Amending Traffic Engineering’s 2017 Capital Budget to include the TIF funding and expenses relating to the purchase and installation of the streetlights and cameras within the Todd Drive area of the Tax Incremental District (TID) No. 35 and area located within the ½ mile area of TID #35.
Authorizing amendments to the land contracts entered into between the City of Madison and Madison Ice Hartmeyer, LLC and Madison Ice MIA LLC for the purchase of the Hartmeyer and Madison Ice Arenas and reimbursement of expenses for improvements at Hartmeyer.
Approval of Consulting Contract between the City of Madison and Sustainable Engineering Group LLC to develop a plan for the City of Madison operations to achieve 100% renewable energy and zero-net carbon.
Amending the Stormwater Utility’s adopted capital budget to appropriate $275,000 of GO Borrowing for the emergency repair and surface treatment contract at the Monona Terrace; and Amending the Engineering Major Streets 2017 capital budget to appropriate $150,000 of Stormwater Utility reserves to the Wilson St (Hamilton to MLK) project for storm sewer system expansion to service Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and divert storm water from the existing Monona Terrace system.
Accepting a contribution from Madison Gas & Electric (MGE) in the amount of $22,655; amending the 2017 adopted Operating Budgets of Metro Transit and the Water Utility and amending the 2017 adopted Capital Budget of Fleet Services to appropriate the revenue and make expenditures associated with the grant; authorizing the sole source purchase of 3 electric cars; authorizing the replacement and disabling of 3 gasoline-powered vehicles; and, authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement with MGE to receive and use these funds.
Authorizing the City to enter into a sole source contract with SCS Engineers for professional environmental engineering services for the Garver Feed Mill site
Garver Feed Mill Update (may be in closed session)

5:00 PM Plan Commission City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR-27
Planning Division staff update on Comprehensive Plan – Imagine Madison
– – Review comments on the Draft Generalized Future Land Use Map

5:00 PM Affirmative Action Commission City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
Report: 2017 Equitable Workforce (Affirmative Action) Plan
Approving an extension to Resolution #34666 and amending the date by which the Department of Civil Rights will submit a comprehensive language access plan to the Common Council.
– Contract Subcommittee Discussion Items
– Discussion on Strategic Planning for 2017
– Reports

5:30 PM Sister City Collaboration Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
– No agenda (I assume this means no meeting?)

5:30 PM Alcohol License Review Committee City-County Building210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 351
– ALRC consent agenda guidelines for the Clerk’s Office
– Operator license policy guidelines given to Madison Police Department.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017
4:30 PM Water Utility Board Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave, Room Conference Room A & B
Treatment of Staff Report
Financial Condition and Activities Report
Emergency General Manager Succession Report
– Items of general interest and update on any rate case in progress.

5:00 PM Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Planning Division staff update on Comprehensive Plan – Imagine Madison
Traffic Engineering Presentation on Pedestrian Signals
– Pedestrian Experiment for the Federal Highway Administration
– Connected Park Street Corridor
Project Data Base Update
Adopting the High Point-Raymond Neighborhood Development Plan amendment as a supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan, to provide more detailed and contemporary planning recommendations for the planning area, as a result of land use, transportation and other important changes over time.
Adopting the Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Neighborhood Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
City Engineering Project Updates – N. Blair St. / Mineral Point Rd. / N Hancock St.
2017-18 Annual Work Plan and Rules for approval
– Reports

6:00 PM Room Tax Commission Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center 1 John Nolen Dr, Room Dane
Overture Contract Amendment Draft
– Long- Term Financial Outlook
– Health Department Staffing for Inspecting and Licensing Transient Tourism Establishments – update
– Host Compliance Implementation Timetable
– 2018 Budget Overview and Discussion

Wednesday, June 28, 2017
8:30 AM Board of Assessors City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 101
– Over 65 people challenging their assessments, saving them/costing the city about $3M dollars, 5 unlucky people had their assessments go up

1:30 PM Committee on Aging Madison Senior Center 330 W Mifflin St
– Reports
– 2018 Budget letter to Mayor Paul Soglin, Faisal Kaud
– Dane County Action Alert, Paul Kusuda

4:30 PM Board of Public Works City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 321
Creating Section 7.10 and amending Sections 1.08(3)(a) and 1.08(4) of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit particulate matter to become airborne and establish bail amounts and grant the ability to issue citations for certain violations of the ordinance.
Amending the Stormwater Utility’s adopted capital budget to appropriate $275,000 of GO Borrowing for the emergency repair and surface treatment contract at the Monona Terrace; and Amending the Engineering Major Streets 2017 capital budget to appropriate $150,000 of Stormwater Utility reserves to the Wilson St (Hamilton to MLK) project for storm sewer system expansion to service Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd and divert storm water from the existing Monona Terrace system.
Establishing assessments for the installation of street trees requested by the property owner (notices and public hearings have been waived).
Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Central Park Skatepark Seating Area.
– 2 change orders for $30,000
Declaration of Public Works Emergency for Failure of storm sewer pipe at Monona Terrace
– – s most Board Members will have heard by now, the storm sewer under the walking entrance to Monona Terrace failed during last weekend (June 17/18). Investigation reveals that the storm sewer under this area was original construction circa 1880. The storm sewer was constructed of bricks and mortar in a pipe approximately egg shaped. This pipe appears to have followed largely the existing ground slope during its time of construction. As the area continued to develop and the retaining wall along the backside of the railroad along John Nolen was constructed (circa 1932) the pipe was buried further with the addition of more fill. When Monona Terrace was built in 1995 the area was further elevated. Currently the brick storm sewer varies in depth from approximately 9.25’ to an estimated depth of approximately 20’ at the point of failure. Repair of the storm sewer at this location would be exceedingly difficult, instead City Engineering will be rerouting the pipe to an existing drop shaft constructed as part of the retaining wall. This drop shaft will convey the water down and into the existing storm sewer at the base of the retaining wall. Further, with the reconstruction of West Wilson in fall of 2017 an additional bypass will be constructed to divert a portion of the water down to the storm system on Hamilton Street.
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 7726, Police Department Midtown District.RECOMMEND AWARD TO MIRON CONSTRUCTION CO., INC.
Awarding Public Works Contract No. 7946, Madison Municipal Building – Exterior Historic Window Painting. BID RECEIVED IN OVER ENGINEERS COST ESTIMATE; NOT RECOMMENDED FOR AWARD

4:30 PM Urban Design Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 351
CHARTER Creating Section 31.046(2)(c) of the Madison General Ordinances to create a new permit system to allow portable, sandwich-board style signs in the public right-of-way.
Amending Section 31.046(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to allow portable signs on public sidewalks and modify the allowable size of portable signs
1004 & 1032 South Park Street – Three Buildings of 3-5 Stories Containing 12,287 Square Feet of Commercial Space, Five Live-Work Commercial Spaces Totaling 7,337 Square Feet and 152 Apartments with Underground Parking in UDD No. 7.
2230 West Broadway – New Four-Story Mixed-Use Building Containing 48 Apartments and 2,800 Square Feet of Commercial Space with Underground Parking in UDD No. 1.
200 South Pinckney Street (Block 88 & Block 105) – Judge Doyle
3601 Cross Hill Drive – Planned Residential Complex of 189 Residential Apartment Units
211 South Livingston Street – Public Project, New Development of the Capitol East Parking Garage.
901 East Washington Avenue – New Development of a Boutique Hotel in UDD No. 8.

5:00 PM Vending Oversight Committee City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
– Amending the “Regulations Governing Vending on the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse” to revise the Fall Food Cart Review process.
– Retaining food cart vending post construction in front of the Madison Municipal Building.

5:30 PM Community Services Committee Madison Central Library 201 W Mifflin St, Room 301
Adopting the Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Neighborhood Plan as a Supplement to the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.
Introduction and review of Youth and Adult Employment Policy Paper
– Update on Peer Support RFP process

Thursday, June 29, 2017
8:00 AM Commission of the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Maintenance Facility 1610 Moorland Rd, Room Training Room
– Review and Approval of Sewer Extension Plans New Construction Projects
o Windsor Crossing – Phase II, Village of Windsor
o Nine Springs Valley Interceptor/Morse Pond Extension, MMSD
o Kettle Creek North – Phase 1, City of Verona
– Review and Approval of Compliance Maintenance Annual Report
– Chief Engineer and Director’s Report

4:00 PM Housing Strategy Committee 30 W Mifflin St, Room 1002
– No agenda

4:00 PM Public Safety Review Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR-27
City of Madison Comprehensive Plan from City of Madison Planning
Increase in gun violence in our community
Creating Sections 5.15 and 6.18 of the Madison General Ordinances to authorize the City to reimburse the legal fees of persons defending or prosecuting a claim before the Police and Fire Commission and repealing RES-16-00697, the City Police and Fire Chiefs Reimbursement Policy.
– Reports

5:00 PM Ad Hoc Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103 A
– Selection of Chair and Vice Chair
– Discussion of Historic Preservation Plan Process and Schedule
– Review Resolution and Committee Role
(they’re doing that thing where all the committee documents are in one link . . .boo.)

5:30 PM Madison Police Department Policy & Procedure Review Ad Hoc Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
– Special meeting
Presentation on Problem Oriented Policing and a Root Cause Analysis by Michael Scott, director of the Center for Problem-Oriented Policing and clinical professor at Arizona State University School of Criminology and Criminal Justice
Presentation by the Madison Police Violent Crimes Unit on violent crimes statistics in Madison including trends, contributing factors, and area analysis


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