County Week Ahead

Posted July 24th, 2017 @ 7:49 AM by

11 meetings, none on Monday. 5 start before 5pm.  1 cancelled.

Tuesday, 7/25/2017
5:15 PM Public Protection & Judiciary Committee Room 357 of the City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
JOINING THE AMERICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION’S “FREEDOM CITIES” CAMPAIGN IN SUPPORT OF MUSLIMS AND IMMIGRANTS
Recommendation on Jail Planning
Dane County has spent many years and considerable dollars studying the future of the Dane County Jail currently located in three facilities. The time has come to move forward.
1. Public Protection & Judiciary recommends approval of Option 3 Phase 1 Jail remodel to be part of the 2018 county budget.
2. PP&J also recommends that Dane County approve Option 3 Phase 2 by 2023.
3. During the upcoming planning process, PP&J recommends continued review of all aspects of Option 3 Phase 1 to determine if there is any way in person visitation for all inmates can be included prior to Phase 2.
4. PP&J further recommends that during the planning process, the chaplains, teachers and others doing invaluable work with the inmates in the jails be consulted to help insure that the final design maximizes effectiveness of all program space.
5. PP&J further recommends that overall reform of the criminal justice system being undertaken by the Criminal Justice Council and others proceeds as rapidly as possible to divert ndividuals from the criminal justice system. This includes moving forward with best practice advancements to assist those with alcohol, drug and mental health challenges to enhance quality of life for all.
– Claims

6:30 PM Zoning & Land Regulation Committee City – County Building, ROOM 354 210 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Madison
– Routine items – 2 family businesses (one welding), a lawn care company, changing residential building site, rezone of large scale landcaping, snow and tree removal business with residence for watchman/caretaker, taller accessory building, creating 1 residential lot, shifting lot lines, creating 2 residential lots, allowing commercial uses, creating 3 residential lots, creating 4 residential lots, creating a lot for a duplex, separating residences from farmland. Check to see if anything impact you.
EXPAND EXISTING MINERAL EXTRACTION SITE – Sun Prairie
– Final Plats – Shady Grove (Cottage Grove), Daybreak Valley (Town of Middleton)
– Preliminary Plat – Wellington Trace (Town of Bristol), Cherry Wood Ridge (Town of Middleton)

Wednesday, 7/26/2017
8:30 AM Lakes & Watershed Commission – Executive Committee City-County Building – Room 321 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd Madison WI 53703
– Presentations – Land & Water Resources Department Budget Priorities – Laura Hicklin
– Reports to Committee – Drafting Executive Committee recommendations

9:00 AM Area Agency on Aging – Legislative / Advocacy Committee CANCELED – AAA 2865 N Sherman Ave, Rm 108 Madison WI 53704
– Cancelled

5:30 PM Health & Human Needs Committee CCB 354
– 1 fund transfer, 2 leases for JFF offices
– Beacon Update

5:45 PM Emergency Medical Services Commission Maple Bluff Fire/EMS – 18 Oxford Place Madison
– Action Item – Dane County EMS Strategic Visioning
– Presentations – Legislative Update – Chief Bloom

6:00 PM Park Commission Town of Mazomanie Town Hall 711 West Hudson St Mazomanie WI 53560
– Just reports to committee

Thursday, 7/27/2017
12:15 PM Criminal Justice Council City-County Building Room 351
– Presentations
1. Re-Entry Court
2. National Data Platform
3. Immigration and Refugee Task Force
– Reports

2:00 PM Dane County Council on Climate Change City-County Building, Room 351
Presentations
– Climate Change Science and Impacts
– Council Structure and Function

4:00 PM DaneCOM Governing Board Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave Madison
– Discussion of the DaneCom cost-sharing model
– Preview of Operations & Maintenance Billing

5:30 PM Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Commission Town of Middleton- Town Hall 7555 W. Old Sauk Rd. Verona, WI 53593
– Public Hearing
1. Information to be shared as part of the Public Hearing
a. Expected CDBG and HOME funding to be available
b. Estimated amount of funds to benefit LMI income families
c. Range of activities to be undertaken
d. Plans to address displacement
e. Review of 2018 funding recommendations
f. Review of Substantial Amendment to the 2017 Action Plan
2. Public Hearing on the 2018 funding recommendations and Substantial Amendment to the 2017 Action Plan


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