City Week Ahead

Posted October 16th, 2017 @ 8:09 AM by

28 meetings, 12 start before 5pm, 1 cancelled, 3 have no agendas yet.

Monday, October 16, 2017
4:30 PM Committee on the Environment City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Amending numerous sections of Chapter 37, the Public Stormwater System Including Erosion Control.
Converstation on the implementation of idling ordinance within City departments
Leaf Management 2017 Discussion
LED street lighting
– Reports

4:45 PM Landmarks Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR 27
– Certificates of appropriateness
– – Public Hearing – 2125 Van Hise Ave
– – 719 Jenifer – Exterior Alteration
– – 2115 Bascom St – Exterior Alteration
Executing a Purchase of Services contract with Preserve, LLC to conduct a Boundary Review of the Mansion Hill Local and National Register Historic Districts, and to conduct a Neighborhood Character Study for the Langdon Neighborhood, including developing implementation actions if authorized

5:15 PM ADA Transit Subcommittee to the Transit and Parking Commission Cancelled City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 417
– Cancelled

5:30 PM Plan Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Planning Division update on the joint amendments to the Pioneer, Junction, and Elderberry Neighborhood Development Plans.
Informational presentation by the prospective developers of a twelve-story apartment building at 222 N. Charter Street
Consideration of a condtional use to construct a hotel at 2810 Coho Street
Consideration of a demolition permit to allow demolition of an office building with no proposed use at 4706 E. Washington Avenue
Consideration of a demolition permit and conditional use to demolish an existing lodging house and construct a new lodging house at 141 Langdon Street
Consideration of a conditional use for a restaurant-tavern tenant in a multi-tenant commercial building in TE (Traditional Employment District) zoning at 600 Williamson Street; Third Lake Ridge Historic Dist.
Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish an existing laboratory building at 630 Forward Drive to construct additional parking to serve an office and laboratory complex generally addressed as 601 Rayovac Drive and 630 Forward Drive
Consideration of a demolition permit and conditional use to demolish a warehouse/ retail building and construct a mixed-use building with 11 ,000 square feet of commercial space and 161 apartment units at 131 S. Fair Oaks
Approving the preliminary plat of Acacia Ridge on property generally addressed as 645-703 South Point Road plus rezoning from Temp Ag to TR-C3, TR-P & CC-T

5:30 PM Task Force on Equity in Music and Entertainment Meadowridge Public Library 5740 Raymond Rd, Room Community B
Specific Discussion of the Four Aims of the Task Force
Formal Request of More Time
List of Stakeholders

6:00 PM Community Services Committee Goodman Maintenance Facility 1402 Wingra Creek Pkwy
Peer Support Applicant Presentations
Youth Employment Applicant Presentations

6:30 PM Notice of Possible Quorum of City of Madison Committee(s) Pinney Library 204 Cottage Grove Rd
Pinney Library Community Update
– Please note that a possible quorum exists of members of the Madison Public Library Board and the
Madison Common Council at this event.

Tuesday, October 17, 2017
12:15 PM Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code and Licensing Board J H Findorff & Son Inc 300 S Bedford St
2221 Mustang Way – sprinkler system
1705-1721 Autumn Lake Pkwy – one hour fire barrier between 9 units

1:30 PM Yahara Watershed Improvement Network Group MMSD Shop One Facility 1610 Moorland Rd
– 2018 annual budget discussion and potential budget approval
– Yahara WINS operating reserve policy
– Partner reports
a. Dane County including update on dredging project
b.Yahara Pride
– WINS video update
– WINS annual report
– Rock River Coalition 2018 Contract
– WINS communications strategy development and considerations
– Yahara Pride manure composting proposal
– Status of conversations with Rock and Columbia County

1:30 PM Yahara Watershed Improvement Network Executive Committee MMSD Shop One Facility 1610 Moorland Rd
– Yahara WINS 2018 budget
– Yahara WINS annual operating reserve policy
– Rock River Coalition 2018 Contract
– Yahara WINS communication strategy
– Additional Discussion on items covered during the Yahara WINS Group Meeting:
a. Annual Report/Video
b. Director’s report
c. Other Business
d. Yahara Pride manure composting proposal
e. Status of conversations with Rock and Columbia County

4:30 PM Common Council Executive Committee City-County Building 210 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 103A
Recommendation to dissolve the EOC Employment Subcommittee plus ordinance
Presentation: Madison Area Multisport Complex – Dan Brown (Ho-Chunk Gaming – Madison) and Jamie Patrick (Madison Area Sports CommissIon)
– Closed session – Council Chief of Staff Interview Process

5:00 PM Parking Council for People with Disabilities City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Putnam to report on location of spaces reserved for persons with Dis/Vet plates or hang tags near food court entrance at West Towne Mall.
– Putnam to report on request to Building Inspection to modify South Madison branch library parking stalls reserved for persons with disabilities.
– Discuss issue of snow being piled in Disabled stalls.

5:30 PM Common Council – Discussion City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 201
– Steve Steinhoff from the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission will present information on “A Greater Madison Vision”, an initiative to develop a shared vision and plan for how the region grows in the next 2-3 decades. It is guided by a 40+ member Steering Committee of leaders from the public and private sectors. The Capital Area Regional Planning Commission provides staffing support as part of its statutory charge to prepare and adopt a master plan for the physical development of the region. The presentation will also cover outcomes from the “A Greater Madison Vision” values survey, their current public participation efforts and how they relate to Imagine Madison, the upcoming scenario planning process, and their desired outcomes for the initiative.

Website: http://www.agmv.vision/
Video Link: http://www.agmv.vision/a-greater-madison-vision-releases-new-video/

6:30 PM Common Council City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 201
– Public Hearing – 2018 Executive Operating Budget
Submitting the appointment of James D. O’Keefe for confirmation of a five-year term as the Community Development Division Director.
Chief of Police 3rd Quarter Update: Chief Mike Koval, Madison Police Department (10/17/17)
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.
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 $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 $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 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.
Amending the terms of a $300,000 CDBG loan to be made to the Wil-Mar Neighborhood Center, Inc.
Authorizing the use of up to $120,000 of CDBG funds to implement neighborhood improvement projects which address objectives identified in the Darbo-Worthington-Starkweather Creek Neighborhood Plan; and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into agreements with agencies to implement the projects.
Authorizing a modification of the service contract for tourism marketing services, between the City and the Greater Madison Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Accepting the staff report and its recommendations on Potential Garden Sites within the University Hill Farms Neighborhood and nearby areas.
Acceptingthereportof the Planning Director, Housing Initiatives Specialist, and Zoning Administrator on the recommendations contained in the White House Housing Development Toolkit.
Support for further study of an interchange at Interstate Highway 94 near Milwaukee Street, east of Sprecher Road
– Reconsideration? – Approving a Small Cap TIF #32 Mansion Hill-James Madison Park Neighborhood loan of up to $100,000 to Scott Pratt & Michele Wee, Borrower(s), for the renovation of the property located at 308 N. Carroll Street, Madison, WI and its conversion from rental to owner-occupied housing; and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a loan agreement with the Borrower(s) to effectuate this transaction.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017
8:30 AM Board of Assessors City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 101
– 24 more – GGC Real Estate is the big winner – property currently assessed at $5,399,800 and its being recommended to be reduced to $2,618,000

2:00 PM Board of Review City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
2 objections to the Assessors review of property values.
OBJ: 450 ~ PARCEL NO: 0708-271-0113-3 ~ ADDRESS: 8210 PLAZA DR ~ OWNER: AEI NET LEASE PORTFOLIO VI DST ~ RECOMMENDED ASSESSMENT: $4,600,000
OBJ: 761 ~ PARCEL NO: 0708-153-0402-0 ~ ADDRESS: 1212 DEMING WAY ~ OWNER: AX MADISON GREENWAY LLP ~ RECOMMENDED ASSESSMENT: $11 ,590,000

2:00 PM Notice of Possible Quorum of City of Madison Committee(s) City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– This just goes to the Board of Review agenda . . . A POSSIBLE QUORUM OF THE BOARD OF ASSESSORS MAY BE PRESENT AT THIS MEETING.

4:30 PM Board of Public Works City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Amending numerous sections of Chapter 37, the Public Stormwater System Including Erosion Control.
Approving Plans and Specifications for Crazylegs Plaza and Wingra Park Entrance.
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the USGS to monitor runoff from leaf collection study area and to accept funding from Clean Lakes Alliance, MaMSWAP and YaharaWins.
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a Purchase of Services contract (Design Professionals) on behalf of the City with Ken Saiki Design, Inc. for the James Madison Park Master Plan and Shelter Design
Revising the change order approval process and dollar value at which BPW approval is required

5:00 PM Economic Development Committee City-County Building 211 S Carroll St, Room GR27
MarketReady Program
City of Madison TIF Policy – Presentation and Discussion
2018 City Budget Economic Development Items – Presentation and Discussion
Connect Madison Economic Development Strategy implementationReporting and Discussion Regarding Work Priorities
1) Business Assistance Team (Susan Bulgrin)
2) Development Districts (Craig Stanley)
3) Business Retention and Expansion (Frank Staniszewski)
4) Business Coalition for Transportation (Denise DeMarb)
5) Youth Work-Based Learning Opportunities (Pat Schramm)

5:00 PM Education Committee 30 W Mifflin St, Room 10th Floor
Committee Organizing Discussion
-Committee Purpose and Scope
-Priorities/Goals

5:30 PM Alcohol License Review Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 357
– 4 operators licenses
– 4 change of agents
– 5 entity reorganizations
– 4 21+ Entertainment licenses
Rocky’s Liquor West – change of licensed conditions
Willy St. Coop
– 9 new licenses
Rocky’s Liquor West disciplinary matter
Discussion of recommendation to add end of May meeting to 2018 Alcohol License Review Committee calendar for the purpose of ALRC license renewal/non-renewal actions.

5:30 PM Humanitarian Award Commission, Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 523
– Not available

6:00 PM Community Services Committee Goodman Maintenance Facility 1402 Wingra Creek Pkwy
Discuss and Finalize Committee Recommendations for the Peer Support Program
Adult Employment Applicant Presentations

6:00 PM Golf Subcommittee Highland Manor Shelter 10 Manor Dr
Proposed 2018 Golf Fees
Tee Time Rules
Future Discussion and Planning

Thursday, October 19, 2017
12:00 PM Equal Opportunities Commission Employment Subcommittee
– Not available

4:00 PM Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center Board Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Dr, Room Hall of Fame
– Not available

5:00 PM Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
Review of the Tenant and Landlord Rights and Responsibilities
– Discussion of Topics and Issues for Upcoming Meetings
Landlord and Tenant Best Practices Certification Program
– Rent Abatement Hearing Examiners

5:30 PM Downtown Coordinating Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
To approve the schedule of Special Charges for the State Street Mall/Capitol Concourse for 2016/17 Maintenance Charges.
To approve the 2018 Operating Plan for Madison’s Central Business Improvement District (#1)
– Updates

5:30 PM Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Madison, WI
– Cancelled


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