Posted December 5th, 2017 @ 2:22 PM by

Everything will be passed in one big motion except for the following unless it changes at the meeting or someone shows up to speak. Looks like they plan to talk about youth and adult employment programs (Bidar-Sielaff), 134 Fair Oaks TIF (Ahrens) and Public Market Foundation (Rummel).

Agenda Items #3 – #11 are PUBLIC HEARING ITEMS

Agenda Item #15 – CONFIRMATION HEARING
15. Legislative File No. 49628 – Submitting the name of Kwasi K. Obeng for confirmation of a five-year term as Common Council Chief of Staff. (Please note contract was amended after Finance Committee action)

Agenda Item #16 – PRESENTATION
16. Legislative File No. 48572 – Council Update: Performance and Activity Update from Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau (GMCVB) – Deb Archer, CEO (12/5/17) (Business by Council President)

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:
24. Legislative File No. 49547 – Amending Public Health Madison and Dane County’s 2018 Budget to add a 1.0 FTE Public Health Specialist (Report of Board of Health for Madison & Dane County – 15 votes required)

43. Legislative File No. 49455 – Authorizing the Transit Utility to offer free rides on New Year’s Eve 2017 and amending the Transit Utility’s 2017 Operating Budget to use $10,000 of Metro’s fund balance for this purpose. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 votes required)

51. Legislative File No. 49562 – Amending the 2017 Capital Budgets for the Sewer Utility and Stormwater Utility to adjust special assessment budget authority to match the final assessment amounts in completed projects. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 votes required)

52. Legislative File No. 49566 SUBSTITUTE – Appropriating a net amount of $2 million from the General and Library Fund balances to agency budgets, making transfers of appropriations between and within agencies, making a short-term advance from the Debt Service Fund to the Community Development Authority, and amending the 2017 operating budget. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 votes required)

58. Legislative File No. 49314 – Amending the 2017 Bicycle and Pedestrian Capital Budget to transfer $100,000 of existing GO borrowing authority between major programs Bikeways Program and Sidewalk Program. (Report of Ped/Bike/Motor Vehicle Commission – 15 votes required)

Agenda Items part of the CONSENT AGENDA WITH ADDITIONAL RECOMMENDATIONS as noted:
85. Legislative File No. 49637 – Public Hearing – New License: Encore Adventure LLC • dba Tiny’s Tap House 309 308 S Paterson Street • Agent: Holly Alexander • Estimated Capacity: 30 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 75% alcohol, 20% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408 (New Business for Referral – License – Note: Correct Address – 308 S. Paterson Street)

Items requested by alders to be placed on EXCLUSION LIST
50. Legislative File No. 49559 – 2ND SUBSTITUTE – Authorizing the allocation of up to $706,580 for use in supporting adult employment contracts, and up to $722,008 for youth employment contracts, amending the City’s 2018 Adopted Operating Budget to authorize the transfer of $22,500 from funds budgeted for adult employment contracts to those budgeted for youth employment contracts, modifying the Community Services Committee recommendations with respect to specific adult employment contract awards, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into contracts with non-profit organizations selected through a Request for Proposals (RFP) process conducted by the Community Development Division to provide programming, beginning in 2018, that is geared toward preparing and connecting individuals with employment. (Report of Finance Committee – 15 votes required – Ald. Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, District 5 – Note: Ald. Sara Eskrich should be noted as a RECUSAL vote on this item)

54. Legislative File No. 49587 – Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a development agreement to fund a $322,000 Tax Incremental Finance Loan to 134 Fair Oaks, LLC or its assigns to assist in the development located at 134 S. Fair Oaks Avenue within the boundary of TID #37 (Union Corners). (Report of Finance Committee – Ald. David Ahrens, District 15)

67. Legislative File No. 49283 – SUBSTITUTE – Identifying the Madison Public Market Foundation as the future operator of the Madison Public Market and directing City staff to work with the Madison Public Market Foundation Board on the terms of an Operating Agreement. (Item Referred to this Meeting – Ald. David Ahrens, District 15 – Purpose of Proposing an ALTERNATE Resolution – Note: There is also an amendment from Council President Rummel)


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