The latest Joint Committee on Finance memo calls for an executive session beginning at 10:00am (viewable on wisconsin eye) that will include several transportation-related items including: Transportation Finance: A potential ban on using the transportation fund to pay for non-road projects (like bike lanes, paths, and sidewalks), yet to be formally introduced. Transportation Bond Summary […]
I don’t know how I missed the first budget meeting on the 13th, but here’s the other upcoming meetings, including the budget meeting tonight.
Last night there was a joint committee meeting between the Community Development Block Grant Committee, Community Services Committee, Committee on Aging and Early Childhood Care and Education Committee. 3 of the 4 didn’t have quorum, so it was just a meeting of the Community Services Committee. They discussed the new funding process for non-profits and for the first time I saw, gave us the time line.
Agency presentations being tonight at 4:30 . . . I have no clue.
You knew they were coming .. . . . . nothing seems to change . . . .
UPDATE: JFC will not be taking up Transportation Today according to the latest memo. JFC will meet at 2:30pm today to take up issues listed in the memo. It appears the Joint Committee on Finance is finally ready to tackle the issue of the $1.3 billion of transportation bonding proposed in Scott Walker’s Budget. You can […]
Lots of daytime meetings, 9 of 16 before 5:30.
Short week, but I’m sure they’ll still find a way to add a meeting or two.
At about 5 minutes to 10:00 they move approval of item 32, the Judge Doyle Square.
As best I can do without editing or even re-reading.
Cheeks is missing at first but shows up, all other here. Minutes get approved, no disclosures or recusals and they move on the main event. Only 5 members of the public in attendance, tho I know many more wanted to be here.