City Week Ahead

Posted October 9th, 2017 @ 6:39 AM by

24 meetings, 13 of them on Wednesday. 8 of them at 4pm or earlier. Operating Budget presentations are this week.

Monday, October 9, 2017
4:30 PM Finance Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Submitting the appointment of James D. O’Keefe for confirmation of a five-year term as the Community Development Division Director.
Authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police to accept an USDOJ FY2017 Byrne Criminal Justice Innovation Implementation grant award for $850,000 for two years to address crime and socio-economic drivers of crime within the Raymond Road Corridor; and amend budgets accordingly
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a sole contract with the Board of Regents for the University of Wisconsin System, on behalf of the University of Wisconsin’s Department of Community and Environmental Sociology, Applied Population Laboratory to maintain, update and refine the Neighborhood Indicators Project and related website and procure additional services as needed, from 2017-2022.
Authorizing the allocation of up to $1.48 million from the Affordable Housing Fund to support the development of approximately 50 units of affordable senior housing on property located at 7941 Tree Lane and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a loan agreement with CommonBond Communities for its development.
Authorizing the allocation of up to $4.35 Million from the Affordable Housing Fund to support two development projects, selected as part of a City Request for Proposals (RFP) process, that would involve the construction of approximately 175 units of affordable rental housing in Madison, Wisconsin, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute loan agreements with the developers of those projects.
Authorizing the allocation of up to an additional $500,000 to Heartland Housing Inc, from the 2018 Affordable Housing Fund, and reauthorizing 2017 AHF loan commitments to Heartland to support development costs associated with a proposed project to construct approximately 60 units of permanent supportive housing in Madison, Wisconsin and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a loan agreement with Heartland
Authorizing a modification of the service contract for tourism marketing services, between the City and the Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Amending Section 4.21(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase the room tax rate from 9% of gross receipts to 10% of gross receipts.
2018 Executive Operating Budget – There is nothing in that link . . . seriously?

5:15 PM Police and Fire Commission Madison Police Department Community Room 211 South Carroll Street, Room GR-27
– Two reports and promotions retroactive to July and August.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017
4:30 PM Finance Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
2018 Executive Operating Budget

Wednesday, October 11, 2017
7:45 AM Madison Development Corporation Board of Directors Phone Conference See agenda for call-in details
– Reports

8:30 AM Board of Assessors City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 101
30 properties, mostly LLCs with millions of dollars of changes. Here’s a few examples of property value/taxes reductions:
BANNER RIVERS EDGE APTS LLC $7,455,000 -> $6,826,000
BANNER RIVERS EDGE APTS LLC $11,927,000 -> $10,924,000
GEBHARDT GALAXIE LLC $36,110,000 -> $28,750,000
GEBHARDT GALAXIE LLC $15,467,700 -> $5,480,000
WILSON STREET LLC WELTON FAMILY LTP $5,059,000 ->$3,240,000
M&A CP TOWERS LP $32,087,000 -> $21,080,000
M&A STATESIDER JV LP $14,435,000 -> $10,110,000
229 W LAKELAWN PLACE LLC $5,000,000 ->$4,570,000
CAPITOL SPRING LLC $16,471,000 -> $14,400,000
HOVDE WEST JOHNSON LLC $50,386,000 -> $41,890,000
CORE CAMPUS MADISON LLC $115,890,000 -> $97,320,000
WATERMARK LOFTS LLC WELTON FAM LP $13,710,000 -> $9,010,000
WALBRIDGE SENIOR HOUSING LLC $9,856,000 -> $8,580,000
STONEWOOD UI LLC $17,133,000 – > $15,780,000
FIELDSTONE ESTATES LLC $3,093,000 -> $2,800,000
WESTMINSTER SENIOR HOUSING LLC $3,278,000 -> $2,510,000
MIRUS MADISON LLC $5,698,000 ->$5,000,000
MADISON PARKVIEW APARTMENTS LLC $1,517,000 -> $1,380,000
BRENTWOOD TERRACE APARTMENTS LLC $1,549,500 -> $1,340,000
SPTMNR PROPERTIES TRUST $3,015,000 -> $2,400,000
LONDONDERRY LOFTS LLC $3,847,600 -> $3,390,000
GRANITE RIDGE APARTMENTS LLC $7,743,000 -> $5,330,000
DRYDEN DRIVE LLC $2,532,000 -> $2,220,000
FOWLER INV PROP LLC & SUTER INV PROP LLC $8,714,000 -> $7,910,000

10:00 AM Street Use Staff Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Shine On Madison Night Market Winter Carnival is really the only new item

11:00 AM Multicultural Affairs Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– Some sore of circular linking that doesn’t let you get to the agenda . . .

2:00 PM Municipal ID Workgroup City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– Community Engagement Updates
– Madison Police Department Feedback

4:00 PM Madison Food Policy Council – Food Waste Task Force City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– Continue development of food waste resources for practitioners
o Resource Guide – Intern intros and work plan review
o Business Convocation Discussions

4:30 PM Urban Design Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 351
– 22 appeals of Zoning Administrator decisions regarding signs on East Washington Ave, Commercial Ave, University Ave, S Park St, Along the Beltline, Hammersley, Regent, Sherman Ave and S. Stoughton Rd.

5:00 PM Transit and Parking Commission Madison Central Library 201 W Mifflin St, Room 302
Parking: Presentation and discussion on 2018 Executive Operating BudgetNote: This item may include a formal action or recommendation by the TPC.
Metro: Presentation and discussion on 2018 Executive Operating BudgetNote: This item may include a formal action or recommendation by the TPC.
Metro: Update on 1101 E Washington bus garage upgrade
Metro: Update on Bus stop change on Monroe Street
– 6:00 PM PUBLIC HEARING: to hear public comment on Paratransit Service Changes
Resolution No. TPC-16-14 to establish a late night weekend Pay-on-Entry fee at State Street Campus Garage
Resolution No. TPC-47 to authorize the posting of “No Firearms or Weapons” signage in Parking Utility garages.
Accepting the Judge Doyle City Staff Team Report, Selecting theMadison Freewheel Bicycle Co. as the Operator for the Madison Bicycle Center in the Judge Doyle Project on Block 88 Subject to the Negotiation of a Final Contract, and Directing Further Actions

5:00 PM Public Safety Review Committee Madison Police Department Community Room 211 South Carroll Street, Room GR-27
Common Councils Executive Committee President’s Work Group to explain your thoughts on Action Item #13 from the final report. (The Common Council directs the Common Council Executive Committee to undertake the role, membership and charges under ordinance(s) for the Public Safety Review Committee
Report from the Madison Fire Department and in adddition a report on the 2018 Annual Workplan and Long Range Goals for the future and changes in the last year.

5:00 PM Madison Arts Commission Madison Central Library 201 W Mifflin St, Room 301
BLINK Proposal Review
Review Overture Contract
– – Overture will present their budget request
– – 2018 Contract discussion
Public Art Conservation
Artists Spaces

5:30 PM Notice of Possible Quorum of City of Madison Committee(s) Madison Senior Center 330 W Mifflin St
First Settlement Local Historic District Ordinance Revisions
– Process for Updating Ordinances
– Overview of existing district character, standards, and boundary
– Summary of Landmarks Commission and Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee initial thoughts
– Breakout conversations

6:30 PM Board of Park Commissioners Warner Park Community Recreation Center 1625 Northport Dr
Public Hearing (6:45 pm) – Ordering the removal and destruction of certain trees declared to be public nuisances under MGO Sec. 23.40(4)(b) and directing the City Forester to proceed with nuisance abatement activities.
Approving Plans and Specifications for Crazylegs Plaza and Wingra Park Entrance.
Request from Wild Warner to install Wayfinding, Interpretive and Placemaking Signage in Warner Park
Sports Complex Feasibility Study Update
Proposed 2018 Parks Division Fees
Proposed 2018 Forest Hill Cemetery Fees

7:30 PM Notice of Possible Quorum of City of Madison Committee(s) Madison Senior Center 330 W Mifflin St
Mansion Hill Local Historic District Ordinance Revisions
– Process for Updating Ordinances
– Overview of existing district character, standards, and boundary
– Summary of Landmarks Commission and Landmarks Ordinance Review Committee initial thoughts
– Breakout conversations

Thursday, October 12, 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 – Juniper Ridge Phase 5–Village of McFarland
Reconstruction Projects – E. Gilman St., N. Pinckney St., and N. Butler St. Resurfacing with Utilities Assessment District 2017
– Deliberation and Direction on 2018 Operating Budget and Capital Improvements Plan
– Adoption of Modifications to the Fund Reserve Policy
– Approve 2018 District Goals

4:00 PM Madison Food Policy Council – Comprehensive Plan Work Group City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 523
– Discuss timeline and next steps on Implementation Ideas feedback, Phase 3, and draft plan

4:30 PM Community Development Authority City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR-27
2018 Executive Operating Budget for Housing Operations
CDA Resolution 4244 – Authorizing the submission of the required 2018 PHA Annual Plan and Capital Fund Plan
Executive Operating and Capital Budget for CDA Redevelopment

5:00 PM Digital Technology Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR-27
– Same loop, no agenda

5:00 PM Equal Opportunities Commission Meadowridge Public Library 5726 Raymond Rd, Room Community Room B
SUBSTITUTE – Requesting the City-County Liaison Committee to gather public input and make recommendations to the City of Madison and Dane County on possible locations to rename in honor of President Barack Obama.
Establishing a Plan for the Confederate Monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery.
Recommendation to dissolve the EOC Employment Subcommittee
Certified Community Partners Program

5:00 PM Zoning Board of Appeals City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
1235 E Johnson St
3902 Fern Ct
26 N Hancock St

5:00 PM Community Services Committee Madison Senior Center 333 W Mifflin St
Accepting the Community Development Division Day Jobs Report
CDD Staff Recommentation to Terminate Eastside Planning Council Purchase of Service Allocation for 2017
Peer Support Applicant Presentations
Discuss and Finalize Committee Recommendations for the Peer Support Program

Friday, October 13, 2017
4:30 PM Notice of Possible Quorum of City of Madison Committee(s) City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 417
– Planning Division Staff Discussion on White House Housing Report Memo
Please note that a possible quorum existsof the Common Council at a discussion being held by Matt Tucker, Matt Wachter and Heather Stouder regarding a brief Housing Development Toolkit released by the Obama Administration late last year (Legislative Item 48633 ). Pending Plan Commission results next week, this item would most likely be before the Council with a recommendation to accept the report on October 17.”>memo in response to the Housing Development Toolkit released by the Obama Administration late last year (Legislative Item 48633). Pending Plan Commission results next week, this item would most likely be before the Council with a recommendation to accept the report on October 17.


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