City Week Ahead

Posted February 5th, 2018 @ 3:42 PM by

Meetings at 9am, 10am, 3:30pm, 8am, & 2:30? sigh . . .

Monday, February 5, 2018
9:00 AM Early Childhood Care and Education Family Child Care Support Subcommittee 30 W Mifflin St, Room 1000B (10th Floor)
– Support for family child care – Amy Alt
– Discussion of background checks
– Discussion of family demographics as a factor in choice of child care

5:00 PM Committee on Sweatfree Purchases Fire Administration Building 314 W Dayton St, Room Parkinson Hall
Discussion: Committee members interest in being reappointed to Committee on Sweatfree Purchases
Discussion: Amending Section 4.25 to change the required number of meetings per year. Also, to change the student organization where the UW Student committee member is recruited from.
Amending Section 4.25 to create a process to exempt uniform rental and laundry services and purchases of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) from the sweatfree procurement requirements when there are no qualified bidders who can comply, and creating a definition for personal protective equipment.

5:30 PM Plan Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Approving the preliminary plat and final plat of Northeast Addition to Grandview Commons on land generally addressed as 6202 Driscoll Drive; 3rd Ald. Dist. plus zoning.
Consideration of a conditional use for a nightclub at 1222 Williamson Street;
Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish an auto repair facility with no proposed use at 1032 E. Washington Avenue
Consideration of a demolition permit and conditional use to allow a single-family residence to be demolished and a new single-family residence to be constructed on a lakefront property at 2512 Waunona Way
Reconsideration of the Plan Commission’s January 22, 2018 actions regarding1720 Monroe Street and 625 S. Spooner Street

6:30 PM City-County Homeless Issues Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 357
– Cancelled due to the weather

Tuesday, February 6, 2018
4:30 PM Community Development Authority 126 S Hamilton St, Room 300 Madison, WI 53703
CDA Resolution # 4255 – Authorizing and awarding $__________ taxable redevelopment lease revenue bonds, series 2018A (Monona Terrace Hotel Parking Facility Project), establishing interest rates thereon, approving the execution and delivery of certain documents and authorizing certain other matters in relation thereto.

4:30 PM Common Council Executive Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Approving the City of Madison comprehensive language access plan.
Amending Sections 2.21(2) and 3.03(2) of the Madison General Ordinances toclarify that Common Council consideration of overriding a Mayoral veto must beacted upon at the meeting it is initially presented and shall not be referred.
– Update: Transportation Director Hiring Process – Deputy Mayor Anne Monks
– Update: OIR Report & Recommendations – Council President Marsha Rummel
– Update: Common Council Chief of Staff
– Update: Common Council Legislative Analyst
– Update: President’s Work Group to Develop City-Wide Surveillance Equipment & Data Management Policies
– Update: Council Office Fragrance-Free Policy

5:30 PM Common Council – Discussion City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
– Common Council Update: Imagine Madison – Comprehensive Plan
– Planning Division staff will provide a summary of community feedback received during Phase 3 and discuss the Plan review and adoption process.
Information: 2/6/18 Council Presentation: Imagine Madison Update
Link to Imagine Madison Website: http://bit.ly/2EzUtKr
Link to City Comprehensive Plan Website: http://bit.ly/2nAUXrv

6:00 PM Finance Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
Resolution Authorizing the Issuance, Sale and Delivery of $________ Taxable Redevelopment Lease Revenue Bonds, Series 2018 (Monona Terrace Hotel Parking Facility Project) of the Community Development Authority of the City of Madison, Wisconsin, and Approving the Execution and Delivery of Certain Documents In Relation Thereto.

6:30 PM Common Council City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Creating Section 28.022 – 00315 and Section 28.022 – 00316 of the MadisonGeneral Ordinances to change the zoning of properties located at 1720 MonroeStreet and 625 S. Spooner Street, 13th Aldermanic District, from TR-C2(Traditional Residential – Consistent 2) District and PD (Planned Development)District to PD(GDP-SIP) (Planned Development (General Development Plan -Specific Implementation Plan) District
Amending the table of Section 28.206 of the Madison General Ordinances byincreasing the building plan review fee and creating an Early Start Permit reviewfee.
– MAYORAL VETO OVERRIDES
– – SUBSTITUTE Creating Section 38.07(4) and renumbering Sections 38.07(4)through (21) to Sections 38.07(5) through (22) of the Madison GeneralOrdinances to allow patrons to order alcohol sales online and pick upmerchandise in a designated parking area of the store.
– – Change of Licensed PremiseWal-Mart Stores East LP • dba Walmart #23354198 Nakoosa Trl.Agent: Trenton K. BeeClass A Liquor & BeerAldermanic District 15 (Alder Ahrens) • Police Sector 607Expanding premises to include six (6) canopy parking spaces for online grocerypickup.
Change of Licensed PremiseUltimate Mart LLC • dba Pick ‘n Save #8179261 Junction RoadClass A Beer, Class A LiquorAldermanic District 9 (Alder Skidmore)Expand premises to include parking spaces for online grocery pickup.
Chief of Police 4th Quarter Update: Chief Mike Koval, Madison PoliceDepartment
Amending Section 7.322 of the Madison General Ordinances to permit disposalof animal waste in the owner’s waste receptacle or an animal waste receptaclein a public park, to prohibit animals from making waste on an elevated balcony,porch or platform and amending Section 1.08 establishing bail deposit inviolation thereof.
SUBSTITUTE Amending Section 33.10(4) of the Madison General Ordinancesto update the reference to the Madison City Attorneys Association EmployeeBenefit Handbook.
Authorizing the issuance of an Interagency Staff Team-led Request forProposals (RFP) for Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Project Development andFederal Transit Administration (FTA) Small Starts Application for a Phase 1East-West Corridor.
Adopting and confirming the handbook between the City of Madison and theGeneral Municipal Employee Association created December, 2017.
Adopting and confirming the handbook between the City of Madison and theMadison City Attorneys Association (MCAA) created December, 2017.
Resolution Authorizing the Issuance, Sale and Delivery of $________ TaxableRedevelopment Lease Revenue Bonds, Series 2018 (Monona Terrace HotelParking Facility Project) of the Community Development Authority of the City ofMadison, Wisconsin, and Approving the Execution and Delivery of CertainDocuments In Relation Thereto.
Approving the Developer’s Selection of the Hotel Franchise Company and HotelOperator for the New Hotel to be Built on Block 105 as a Component of theJudge Doyle Development Project.
Amending Sections 23.15 and 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances tochange the title of the ordinance to “ticket reselling.”

Wednesday, February 7, 2018
10:00 AM Street Use Staff Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
– Madison Night Market, Madison Mini Marathon, Woof’s (King St) Pride, Octo-bear-fest, Purplestride Madison 2018, Safety Saturday, DAne County Fire Chief’s Parade,

3:30 PM Madison Food Policy Council – Urban Agriculture Work Group Central LIbrary 201 W Mifflin St, Room 111
– Discussion with Greg Rosenberg and Jim Welsh on land tenure issues in Madison and Dane County
– Review revised scoping document
– Identification of 2-3 scenarios on how the WG moves forward and on what time frame

4:30 PM Board of Public Works City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
Ordering Property Owners to Repair or Replace Substandard and DefectiveSidewalks in the 3rd and 16th Aldermanic Districts.
– $250,000 in change orders

4:30 PM Urban Design Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 351
920 Ann Street – Comprehensive Design Review for “Mad City Mitsubishi.”
3330 Atwood Avenue – Expansion of “Olbrich Botanical Gardens.”

5:15 PM Triangle and Monona Bay Neighborhood Plan Ad Hoc Steering Committee Parkside Apartments 245 S Park St, Room 1st Floor Community
– Planning Process
– Background Data and Information
– Issues and Opportunities

5:30 PM Madison Food Policy Council Central Library 201 W Mifflin St, Room 302
Healthy Retail Access Work Group Funding Recommendation
– Report after report after report after report

6:30 PM Madison Area Transportation Planning Board (MPO) Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave, Room A-B

Thursday, February 8, 2018
8:00 AM Commission of the Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Maintenance Facility 1610 Moorland Rd, Room Training Room
– Resolution TPB No. 138 Approving Amendment #1 to the 2018-2022 Transportation Improvement Program
– – USH 51 (Roby Road Intersection), Construct Roundabout (NEW, Const. in 2022)
– – Meier Road (Femrite Dr. to Savannah Rd.), Construct road extension/bridge over USH 12/18 (REMOVED)
– – E. Johnson Street (Baldwin to First Street), Reconstruction (Minor scope change, local funding inc.)
– Letter of Support for City of Madison’s Title VI Complaint in Regard to WisDOT’s Decision to Consolidate Two Division of Motor Vehicle Service Centers and Move the Office to the Far West Side
– Review Scope of Work for Bus Rapid Transit Study to Identify and Scope Initial Project in East-West Corridor
– Review MATPB Policies and Project Scoring Criteria for STBG Transportation Alternatives Set Aside Program
– Review and Approval of Draft Recommendations and Report on Study of Dane County Crashes Involving Bicyclists and Pedestrians
– Discussion Concerning Potential MATPB Name and Logo Change and Other Public Participation Plan Evaluation Recommendations
– Report on MATPB-CARPC Workgroup
– Recommendation on MATPB Representative to A Greater Madison Vision Steering Committee
– Status Report on Capital Area RPC Activities
– Status Report on Studies and Plans Involving the MATPB:
– – USH 51/Stoughton Road (USH 12/18 to I-39/90/94) Corridor EIS Study
– – USH 51 (McFarland to Stoughton) Corridor Study
– – Beltline (USH 14 to CTH N) Corridor Study
– – Interstate 39/90/Beltline Interchange EIS Study
– – Other WisDOT Corridor Studies
– Discussion of Future Work Items:
– – Madison Area Household Travel Mail Survey to Supplement National Household Travel Survey
– – AirSage Origin/Destination Data Analysis
– – Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Implementation Planning
– – Metro Bus Stop Improvement Study
– – Low Stress Bikeway Network Analysis
– – Revisions to Section 5310 (Enhanced E/D Services) Program Policies and Project Scoring Criteria
– – Local Arterial Roadway Corridor/Intersection Crash Study
– – Strategic Plan for Enhancements to Travel Model and Other Planning Analysis Tools
– – MPO Website Redesign and Reorganization
– – Implementation of Public Participation Plan Evaluation Recommendations

12:30PM URBAN FORESTRY TASK FORCE 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Rm 103A (City-County Building)
– No agenda

2:30 PM Early Childhood Care and Education Committee 30 W Mifflin St 30 W Mifflin St, Room 1000B, 10th Floor
– Reports
Consideration of the La Petite Academy Monona application for accreditation
– Overview of Current Child Care Assistance Eligibility Guidelines
– Discussion of Options for Modification to Child Care Assistance Eligibility Guidelines
– Recommendations for Ordinance Modification for Staff to Work With City Attorney’s Office

4:30 PM Community Development Authority City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room GR-27
SEMAP Submission Review
CDA Resolution 4256 – Authorizing the submission of documents and certifications related to the Low-Rent Public Housing Program Subsidy request, and the approval of CDA’s Housing Operation 2018 budget.
– Project Based Voucher Report and Discussion – no link
– Memo on Committee Structure – no link

5:00 PM Zoning Board of Appeals City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 103A
Olbrich Botanical Gardens, CIty of Madison – Parks Department, owner ofproperty at 3330 Atwood Avenue, requests a side yard setback variance for agreenhouse addition.
Robert Hanson, owner of property at 412 North St, requests a maximum frontyard setback variance to allow for changes to the first-story walls and asecond-story addition onto the existing single-story single-family home.

5:00 PM Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave, Room Conf Rooms A & B
– Update on Department Staffing
– Lots of reports and updates

5:00 PM Equal Opportunities Commission City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 523
– Report – Update on Legislation Threatening Protected Classes in Madison
Establishing a Plan for the Confederate Monuments in Forest Hill Cemetery.

5:00 PM EDUCATION COMMITTEE Meets 2nd Wednesday of the month at 5:00 p.m. Madison Municipal Building 215 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room LL-130
– no agenda

DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE Canceled 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room 108 (City-County Building)
Cancelled


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