Two meetings coming up where this will be discussed and a new version of the ordinance is out!
I’m stealing everything on this blog post from Ed Kuharski’s facebook update – thanks for the updates ED!!!! But I also included another meeting tonight that wasn’t listed on Monday . . . so if you missed the presentation, you can hear Catholic Charities spin on it tonight.
One’s at noon (grr) and wasn’t published til Monday (grr), the other is at 5:30 tonight!
Have an opinion? Now is the time to get involved in a little thing called “comprehensive planning” to government geeks, and “Imagine Madison” as it has been branded for this iteration of the planning process.
Both meetings have impacts for people way beyond the neighborhood, both at 7pm tonight. Who planned this? Oh, traffic engineers. Homeless Day Resource Center Conditional Use Permit meeting? Or John Nolen Drive Corridor Study Neighborhood Meeting? I live about 5 blocks away from both of them . . .
On July 18th I asked Chief Koval if I could assume that they would be looking into disciplinary action for Scott McConnell and Dean Baldukas for their comments calling progressives “assbags”, “gloryholing nincompoops” and telling people to go fuck themselves in an on-line petition presented to the Common Council. They said I’d get an answer in 90 days . . . and now policies have disappeared and have been changed. Hmmm . . . and I’m still waiting.
8 meetings – looks like the first meeting of the Office for Equity and Inclusion Advisory Board. Wonder if that board ends up where the Poverty Commission is . . . where is that Poverty Commission????
If you’re interested in what you can do locally to help our community stand strong against what will happen when Trump takes office, there is no limit to where you can get involved. 20 city meetings this week . . . something for everyone on the agendas, policing, local food policy, poverty issues, environmental issues, transportation issues, water issues, etc. etc. etc.
Not much, they’ll save it all for the next budget battle . . . if they’re still around . . .
So, after spending the equivalent of two work days blogging the City Council budget deliberations and 5 long blog posts (1, 2, 3, 4, 5), I didn’t have time to say what I thought of the budget process . . . and then it seemed it was too late, but I’m still thinking about it, so I’m blogging it now.