What Will the City Council Talk About Tonight? (Updated x 2)

Posted September 5th, 2017 @ 3:07 PM by

Only 4 5 items?

Agenda items #3 – #22 are PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS
16. Legislative File No. 48025 – PUBLIC HEARING ITEM – Creating Section 28.185(6)(a)3. of the Madison General Ordinances to exempt from the demolition permit process buildings identified for demolition in an approved campus master plan in a Campus Institutional District. (Report of Plan Commission – Public Hearing – Ald. Ledell Zellers, District 2 – Recommendation: Recess Public Hearing and Re-Refer to 9/19/17 Common Council meeting.)

The following items are EXTRA-MAJORITY ITEMS – Extra Majority vote items will be recorded as unanimous votes unless a roll call or exclusion is requested:
25. Legislative File No. 48639 – Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments. (Business by the Mayor – Appointments – 2/3 vote is required for Matt Gerding appointment to Task Force on Equity in Music and Entertainment)

28. Legislative File No. 48619 – Amending the Engineering-Major Streets adopted 2017 Capital Budget to transfer $300,000 of GO Borrowing from the Reconstruction Streets program to the Wilson Street (Hamilton MLK) project. (Business by the President – 15 votes required)

103. Legislative File No. 48174 – Approving the roadway geometry for East Johnson Street from Baldwin Street to First Street (2nd and 12th AD), authorizing to execute an Amendment to the contract with the design consultant, and Amending the 2017 Engineering Major Streets Capital Budget to transfer $140,000 of GO Borrowing from the Mckee Road (CTH PD) Improvements project to the East Johnson Street: Baldwin to 1st Street project. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 Votes Required)

104. Legislative File No. 48175 – Approving the roadway geometry for CTH AB – Buckeye Road from Monona Drive to Stoughton Road (15th AD), authorizing an Amendment to the contract with the design consultant, and Amending the 2017 Engineering Major Streets Capital Budget by transferring $65,000 of GO Borrowing from the McKee Road (CTH PD) Improvement project to the Buckeye Road project. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 Votes Required)

105. Legislative File No. 48186 – Authorizing the City of Madison to accept $550,000 in 2017 Housing Cost Reduction Initiative (HCRI) grant funds from the Wisconsin Department of Administration; and amending the Community Development Division’s 2017 Adopted Operating Budget as appropriate to recognize the associated revenues and commensurate expenditures, which exceed the amounts originally budgeted for 2017. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 Votes Required)

108. Legislative File No. 48189 – SUBSTITUTE – Authorizing the Madison Senior Center, on behalf of the City of Madison, to accept funds in support of the Aging Mastery Program® (AMP); and amending the Community Development Division’s 2017 Adopted Operating Budget as appropriate to recognize AMP-associated revenues and commensurate expenditures for 2017-2018. to appropriate $32,420 in revenue and corresponding expenditures. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 Votes Required)

113. Legislative File No. 48235 – SUBSTITUTE – Amending the 2017 Adopted Operating Budget to transfer funds within agency budgets based on projected spending through the 2nd Quarter of 2017. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 Votes Required)

129. Legislative File No. 46508 – SUBSTITUTE 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. (Items Referred To This Meeting – Charter Ordinance Requires 14 votes)

133. Legislative File No. 47815 – Authorizing an appropriation of $21,000 from the Contingent Reserve to the Mayor’s Office and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a contract with Thomas J. Mosgaller for facilitation work associated with the City’s strategic management, values identification, city-wide goals, and organizational effectiveness efforts. (Items Referred To This Meeting – 15 Votes Required)

Agenda Items part of the CONSENT AGENDA WITH ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS) as noted:
26. Legislative File No. 42334 Accepting the staff report and its recommendations on Potential Garden Sites within the University Hill Farms Neighborhood and nearby areas. (Business by the President – Council President Marsha Rummel – Amend Referrals: Madison Food Policy Committee (lead), Board of Park Commissioners, Board of Public Works)

109. Legislative File No. 48190 – SUBSTITUTE-Authorizing the City of Madison, on behalf of the Dane County Continuum of Care (CoC), to accept an ETH grant award not to exceed $585,423 $622,923 from the Wisconsin Department of Administration, and the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with specific Homeless Services Consortium agencies to provide services using these ETH funds; and amending the Community Development Division’s 2017 Adopted Operating Budget as appropriate. (Report of Finance Committee – Ald. Matt Phair, District 20 – 15 votes required – Recommend adoption of Second Substitute Resolution – Grant amount changed from $622,923 to $637,098)

126. Legislative File No. 47964 – ALTERNATE Amending 9.13(6)(n) of the Madison General Ordinances to reduce the closing time for Late Night food vending from 4 a.m. to 3:30 a.m., creating new Late Night Vending Zone F, creating a process for trial period late night vending zones for the 2017-2018 season, and eliminating Late Night Vending Zones A and B. (Report of Vending Oversight Committee – Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4 – Recommend adoption of Second Alternate Ordinance)

131. Legislative File No. 47948 – Change of Licensed Conditions: East Washington Liquor Inc • dba Rocky’s Liquor West 4217 W Beltline Highway • Agent: Gurpreet K Ghuman Class A Liquor, Class A Beer Aldermanic District 10 (Alder Cheeks) • Police Sector 104 (Items Referred to This Meeting – Applicant Request per City Attorney – Refer to 10/18/17 ALRC meeting)

150. Legislative File No. 48505 – Authorizing the Police Department to Donate Abandoned Bicycles to Non-Profit Organizations (New Business for Referral – Ald. Mike Verveer, District 4 – Additional Referrals: Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission (9/26/17); Finance Committee (9/11/17)

179. Legislative File No. 48644 – Authorizing an amendment to the contract with Graef-USA, Inc to include $100,000 for the commissioning, fabrication, and installation of public art at the Capitol East District parking garage, and $3,800 in additional design services, and authorizing the City to execute an agreement with Actual Size Artworks LLC for the City’s ownership and rights of the commissioned public art. (New Business for Referral – Staff Request (S. Tolley) – Additional Referral: Transit & Parking Committee)

Items requested by alders to be placed on EXCLUSION LIST
92. Legislative File No. 47707 – THIRD SUBSTITUTE – Creating a special task force on city governance to examine and make recommendations on elected officials; the structure and powers of the Common Council and its committees and the structure and powers of the Mayor’s office. (Report of CCEC – Ald. Denise DeMarb, District 16 – Purpose: To Amend Resolution Language)

107. Legislative File No. 48188 – Approving an extension of a provisional appointment for Matt Wachter from August 1, 2017 until such time as the position of CDA Executive Director is filled on a permanent basis or until February 1, 2018, whichever is earlier. (Report of Finance Committee – Ald. David Ahrens)

110. Legislative File No. 48191 – Approving an extension of a provisional appointment for Tom Conrad from May 29, 2017 until such time as the position of Housing Operations Program Manager is filled on a permanent basis or until November 29, 2017, whichever is earlier. (Report of Finance Committee – Ald. David Ahrens)

118. Legislative File No. 48312 – Strengthening and Expanding Community Empowerment through Placemaking in Key Neighborhoods and Authorizing a Contract with Project for Public Spaces for Placemaking Training and Assistance in the Implementation of Short-Term Improvements in Neighborhood Community Places. (Report of Finance Committee – Ald. Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, District 5)

133. Legislative File No. 47815 Authorizing an appropriation of $21,000 from the Contingent Reserve to the Mayor’s Office and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a contract with Thomas J. Mosgaller for facilitation work associated with the City’s strategic management, values identification, city-wide goals, and organizational effectiveness efforts. (Referred to This Meeting – Ald. Maurice Cheeks, District 10)

Items Introduced from the Floor for Referral
Legislative File No. 48607 – Amending RES-17-00664 Authorizing the Execution of a Development Agreement with Garver Feed Mill, LLC to change the terms of the City’s Reversionary Interest. (Council President Marsha Rummel)
o Recommended Action: Refer to Finance Committee, Board of Park Commissioners


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