City Week Ahead

Posted February 12th, 2018 @ 8:04 AM by

Yikes, some meetings on the official calendar, others in legistar (if you just look at the first link you wouldn’t know Public Safety Review Committee is meeting this week) and many without proper links to the items they will be voting on so you’ll have to show up to see what they are talking about . . .

Monday, February 12, 2018
9:00 AM Early Childhood Care and Education Family Child Care Support Subcommittee 30 W. Mifflin St, Room 1000C, 10th floor
– Discussion on substitute care
– Demographics of children in care from 2016 Wisconsin Shares data
– Discussion of where the committee is at now and what we still need to explore

4:30 PM President’s Work Group on Surveillance City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– WHAT IS SURVEILLANCE? The Work Group will review various definitions of surveillance and surveillance equipment and select working definitions.
– REVIEW OF LEGAL FRAMEWORKS
a. Applicable local, state and federal regulations
b. Other information needed
– REFERENCE MATERIALS
a. Existing City agency policies on surveillance
b. Relevant APMs including 3-9 and 3-17
c. Model policies from various organizations (such as the ACLU model policy shared with the President’s Work Group on Police and Community Relations)
d. Policies from other communities
– SURVEY Discussion on proposed survey to collect information from City agencies including equipment, policies and usage
– SCHEDULE
a. The Work Group intends to meet every two weeks and to conclude its work in June 2018.
b. Next meeting date and regular schedule

4:30 PM Finance Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 354
Submitting the appointment of Harper Donahue IV for confirmation of a five-year term as the Human Resources Director.
Submitting the appointment of Charles J. Romines for confirmation of a five-year term as the Streets Superintendent.
– Does the city bid anything any more?
– – Authorizing the sole source purchase of services by the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Office from FEI Behavioral Health, Inc. for external EAP services contract beginning on June 1, 2018.
– – SUBSTITUTE – Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a sole source agreement with StageRight, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $106,100 for the purchase of “stage decking, base supports, stairs and an ADA ramp”, for use by Monona Terrace.
– – Authorizing a 5-year sole source agreement for the purchase of goods (Toshiba magnetic flow meters) from J & W Instruments, Inc.
Authorizing the City to execute an agreement with Madison Home Brewers and Tasters Guild, Ltd. to close and use the Olin Park Boat Launch to facilitate the Great Taste of the Midwest event for the years of 2018-2022.
Accepting the Community Development Division’s (CDD) proposed Children’s Savings Account Consultant Request for Proposals, and authorizing the CDD to conduct the RFP process and recommend a consultant to the Mayor and Common Council.
Compensation for Managerial Employees

5:15 PM Police and Fire Commission City-County Bldg 211 S Carroll St, Room GR27
– Fire Department
a. Monthly Staff Report status report anddiscussion regarding hiring procedures, appointments, promotions, anddiscipline,including recommendation of the Fire Chief
b. Report on pr0motional and disciplinary procedures
– Police Department
a. Monthly Staff Report status report anddiscussion regarding hiring procedures, appointments, promotions, anddiscipline,including recommendation of the Chief
b. Action items act on recommendations of the Police Chief for the following promotions:
i. Final recommendations for the promotions of
Sgt. Meg E Hamilton
Det. Matthew R Wentzel
Det. Glenn E Davis, and
Det. Shawn M Kelly
each effective January 14, 2018; and
Det. Chark Vang, effective January 28, 2018
ii. Finalrecommendations for the appiontment of Police Officers
Lauren G. Bucheger
Nicholas J. Cleary
Brian A.Covington
Justin D. Cumley
Andrew J. Deuchars
Ercan Dzelil
Rayvell J. Gillard
Clarice E. Gloede
Ruben O.Gonzalez
Jack C. Graziano
Mark J. Gulden
Stephanie M. Nelson
Ethan M. Pierick
Nicholas E. Pine
Brenna M. Puestow
Gracia G. Rodriguez
Samantha L. Tiry
Kyle L. Toberman, and
Jessica J. Wolf
each effective March 11,2018.
iii.Staff recomendations for an Eligibility List.
– OIR Report Informal discussion by Commissioners, May address status of consideration of Report by other bodies; implications of Report for PFC practices; inquiries and instructions to legal counsel; scheduling of further discussion
– Report of Counsel may include status of pending litigation; summary of citizen complaint inquiries; scheduling and agenda planning

6:00 PM Joint Southeast Campus Area Committee CIty-County Building 210 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Room 108
– REGULAR PROJECT UPDATES
— University of Wisconsin – Madison:
— Hamel Music Performance Center
— Witte Hall Renovation & Addition
— SERF Redevelopment (The Nick)
— L&S Facilities Master Plan
— Campus Libraries Facilities Master Plan
— Kohl Center Addition
— Chemistry Addition
– PRESENTATION/DISCUSSION: HOOFER SHORELINE IMPROVEMENTS PROJECT
– PRESENTATION/DISCUSSION: GRAINGER HALL CAPITAL CAFE STUDY
– DISCUSSION: POTENTIAL CONSOLIDATION OF JOINT SOUTHEAST AND JOINT WEST CAMPUS AREA COMMITTEES

Tuesday, February 13, 2018
1:00 PM Water Quality Technical Advisory Committee Madison Water Utility 119 E Olin Ave, Room Conference Rooms A & B
– MADISON KIPP PLUME EVALUATION REPORT & DISCUSSION
– CHLORINE RESIDUALS REVIEW
– WATER QUALITY TREATMENT GOALS
– WELL 14 CHLORIDE STUDY UPDATE

4:00 PM Monona Terrace Booking Event Assistance Advisory Committee Greater Madison Convention & Visitors Bureau 22 East Mifflin Street, Suite 200
– In legistar, not on official calendar

4:30 PM Habitat Stewardship Subcommittee (Parks) Goodman Maintenance Facility 1402 Wingra Creek Pkwy, Room Park Conference
Owen Park Land Management Plan
Conservation Parks Snag Managment Policy
2018 Proposed New Street Tree Species List

5:00 Affirmative Action Commission 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room 108 (City County Building)
– In legistar, no agenda, not on official calendar

5:00 PM Room Tax Commission Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Dr, Room N & R
– 2017 Room Tax Collections Update (no link)
– 2018 Room Tax Forecast (no link)
– Discussion of Room Tax Fund Reserve Levels (no link)
– Update on Short-term Rental Housing Issues (no link)

5:00 PM Public Art Standing Committee of the Madison Arts Commission Overture Center 201 State St, Room Board Room
– Review Blink proposals and determine which projects to recommend to the full body of MAC
– 45377 – Artists Spaces – Discussion and recommendations regarding artist studio located at 3325 Thurber Avenue in the Town of Blooming Grove for the full body of MAC to consider. (no link)

5:30 PM Oscar Mayer Strategic Assessment Committee Warner Park Recreation Center 1625 Northport Dr, Room 1
– No agenda shows up if you link it from the “official calendar” but there is a link in legistar
– General Updates and Announcements
– City’s Role in the Development Review Process
– Relevant City Plans
– Transportation Issues
– Racial Equity and Social Justice Initiative Training

5:30 PM Madison Arts Commission Overture Center 201 State St, Room Board Room
BLINK Proposal Review
Public Art Approval – Marcia Yapp will present design concepts for Mosaic Walls on Monroe Street
Artists Spaces – Review guidelines and application for Thurber Park Artist Residency
Approving the initial concept design and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute an agreement for design, fabrication and installation between the City of Madison and Raymond Chi to create a site specific public art feature for Pennsylvania Park.
MAC Annual Grant Review
– – Review schedule and expectations
– – Review Grant Guidelines and Application for Urban Wood Grant
Public Art Conservation – Update Annie Stewart Memorial Fountain

Wednesday, February 14, 2018
11:00 AM Multicultural Affairs Committee City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 108
– links to agendas go in circles . . . with no actual link

5:00 PM Education Committee 30 W. Mifflin St, Room 1000B
– Follow up on Letter from the Superintendent and the Mayor (not linked)
Discussion on Priorities for the Committee

5:00 PM Transit and Parking Commission City-County Bldg 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 201
Parking: February 2018 Activity Report, December Revenue/Expense/Occupancy Reports
Metro: YTD Performance Indicators, Financial, Performance Measures, Rider-Revenue-Fare Type, Hybrid Stats, Customer Feedback & Incident Reports
– Metro: Branding (no link)
Metro: Monroe Street Detour
TPC Resolution No. 19-21 for the approval to Eliminate Paratranist Leave Attended Service and Paratransit Convenience Tickets as of 6/3/18. Other proposed changes have been deferred to a later date.
Amending Sections 23.05(3)(a), 23.05(1), and 23.05(4)(e) of the Madison General Ordinances to prohibit smoking in all areas of City parking garages.
Public Hearing on proposed parking rate changes, effective June 1, 2018.Members of the public are allowed five minutes to speak. Please note that action on the proposal will be taken at the March 14, 2018 meeting of the Commission.

5:00 Public Safety Review Committee City-County Building Madison Police Department Community Room 211 South Carroll Street, Room Gr-27
– In legistar, not on official calendar
Update on the planning of the combined Town Hall Meeting with Safe Communities
BY TITLE ONLY – Establishing a moratorium on issuance of new alcohol licenses in a high density, high police call area in downtown Madison.
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.
Discussion on PSRC agenda priorities

6:30 PM Board of Park Commissioners Olbrich Botanical Gardens 3300 Atwood Ave
Proposed Modification to Olbrich Botanical Gardens Hours of Operation
Request from the Badger Track Club and Madison Area Sports Commission to host the 2019 UAATF National Olympic Cross Country Championships at Yahara Hills Golf Course. Final application, contract/agreement and conditions to be finalized in 2019.
Approving the initial concept design and authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute an agreement for design, fabrication and installation between the City of Madison and Raymond Chi to create a site specific public art feature for Pennsylvania Park.
Authorizing the City to execute an agreement with Madison Home Brewers and Tasters Guild, Ltd. to close and use the Olin Park Boat Launch to facilitate the Great Taste of the Midwest event for the years of 2018-2022.
Due to the shore restoration project at Lake Wingra, Midwest Log Rolling is requesting the use of a portion of Vilas Park (Beach), for the Midwest Log Rolling Championship on Saturday, June 9, 2018.
Request from Central Park Sessions, LLC to change one concert date in the 2018 Central Park Sessions concert series from Friday, September 7, 5pm-10pm to Sunday, June 3, 2018, 11 am-9pm to create the Pursuit of Happiness session.
Breese Stevens Field informational reports regarding the 2018 Fan Access Plan and Neighborhood Impact Plan.
Madison Mallards informational reports regarding the 2018 Fan Access Plan, Neighborhood Impact Plan, and Responsible Alcohol Consumption Action Plan.
Request by Vern Stenman, Madison Mallards, for fireworks, other promotions and capital improvements for the 2018 Mallards Baseball Season.
Madison Boats Annual Presentation
Authorizing the Parks Superintendent to Approve Fee Modifications for Use of Parks Space

Thursday, February 15, 2018
3:00 PM Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center Board: Finance Subcommittee Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Dr, Room Dane Room
– 2019 Base Room Rental Prices / 2019 Guest Price List for Equipment and Services
– 2017 Year End Results / 2018 Financials and Forecast

4:00 PM Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center Board Monona Terrace 1 John Nolen Dr, Room Hall of Fame Room
Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a sole source agreement with StageRight, Inc., in an amount not to exceed $106,100 for the purchase of “stage decking, base supports, stairs and an ADA ramp”, for use by Monona Terrace.
– Reports and updates . . . oh, wait, there’s actually “actions” buried in them . . .
– – Catering 2017 Year -End Report
– – Finance Committee Report – 2019 Base Room Rental and 2019 Equipment and Services Pricing (Action Required) – but of course there is no link
– – Monona Terrace 2017 Year -End Finance Report (no link)
– – Booking Pace Update
– – Directors Report

5:00 PM Landlord and Tenant Issues Committee City-County Building 210 Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Room 103A
– On the official calendar – twice?
– Discussion on Proposal to Develop a “Best Practices” Program for Landlords Assistant City Attorney Steve Brist will be present to discuss this proposal (can’t link but there’s tons of attachments)
Rent Abatement Hearing Examiners

5:30 Downtown Coordinating Committee 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room 108 (City-County Building)
– In legistar, no agenda


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