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Urban Design Commission

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Adopting the Lake Monona Waterfront Master Plan (District 4, District 13, District 14)
    Attachments
  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    825 W Badger Road - Public Building, Madison College Child Care Facility Located in Urban Design District (UDD) 7. (District 14)
    Attachments
  3. Held in Committee
    Miscellaneous

    929 E Washington Avenue - Major Alteration to a Previously Approved Project in Urban Design District (UDD) 8. (District 6)
    Attachments
  4. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    529 University Avenue - Mixed-Use Building in UMX Zoning. (District 2)
    Attachments
  5. Discussion Items
    Miscellaneous

    2024 Announcements, Questions and/or Considerations for Future Agendas (no other action to be taken under this item).
  6. Items Referred
    Ordinance

    Amending Section 33.24(15)(e)5.a. of the Madison General Ordinances related to Urban Design Landscaping and Open Space to remove the minimum terrace width requirement with Urban Design District No. 8.
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  7. Items Referred
    Ordinance

    Amending Section 31.14(2)(e) of the Madison General Ordinances allow Group 2 signs for all allowed nonresidential uses in Group 1.
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Water Utility Board

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  1. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Meeting Evaluation and Discussion
    Attachments
  2. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with Terabonne, Inc. for consulting services related to telecommunications license agreements.
    Attachments
  3. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Water Production Monthly Report
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Madison Public Library Board

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  1. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Approval to enter into contract with AVI for Central Rooms 301-302 telemeeting equipment and installation. Library is piggy backing on a Wisconsin Dept of Administration contract # 505ENT-M23-AUDIOVIDEO-00.

    A motion was made by Carter, seconded by Lemos Castillo, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  2. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Approval of the preliminary December 2023 Financial Reports.

    A motion was made by Hempstead, seconded by Carter, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  3. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Approval of the January 2024 Financial Reports.

    A motion was made by Lemos Castillo, seconded by Hempstead, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  4. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Authorizing amending Madison Public Library's 2023 Operating Budget by transferring $75,000 of Library's Salaries and Supplies budget to the Purchased Services budget, a net neutral budget amendment.

    A motion was made by Garcia, seconded by Carter, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  5. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Approval of the Capital Budget report.

    A motion was made by Lemos Castillo, seconded by Madison, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  6. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Authorization and approval for Madison Public Library to enter into a contract after a competitive RFP process with Advancing with Purpose to conduct an operation assessment

    A motion was made by Hempstead, seconded by Garcia, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  7. Filed
    Presentation

    Informational presentation on the Library Budget
  8. Approved
    Miscellaneous

    Approval to amend the 2024 Library Board meeting calendar to add a meeting in March.

    A motion was made by Madison, seconded by Hempstead, to Approve. The motion passed by voice vote/other. A meeting will be held on March 14, 2024.

Police Civilian Oversight Board

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  1. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Public Comment (2/22/2024)
  2. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Discussion of May in-person PCOB Meeting and β€œKnow Your Rights” Training
  3. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Discussion of Independent Monitor Evaluation Rubric
  4. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Discussion of Chief Evaluation Rubric
  5. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Discussion of OIM 2024 Annual Workplan/Project Priorities a. OIM Office Operations b. Board/Community Training c. Complaint Process Introduction and Rollout
  6. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Public Correspondence Response Procedure between PCOB and OIM
  7. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Status Update on New Member Nominations
  8. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Update on Minutes Approval

Housing Strategy Committee

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  1. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment

Finance Committee

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to amended the service contract between the City of Madison and RENEW Wisconsin, Inc. to add the 2024 scope of work and funding for the MadiSUN program.
    Attachments
  2. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Submitting the appointment of Tyson Roessler for confirmation of a five-year term as Transit Chief Maintenance Officer.
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  3. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Providing Golden Vibes Counseling Center or its assigns a $200,000 loan to purchase a commercial property at 825 Williamson Street through the Commercial Ownership Assistance program under the Small Business Equity and Recovery Program (SBER) using the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) aid Local Fiscal Recovery funds and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement with Golden Vibes Counseling Center or its assigns for that purpose. (District 6)
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  4. Items Referred
    Resolution

    A Resolution amending the Metro Transit Operating Budget to provide additional contracted services for regional partners.
  5. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute agreements with current and future partner municipalities, institutions, and organizations for provision of transit service benefiting these partners, as well as Authorizing the General Manager of Metro Transit to maintain such agreements through Memorandum(s) of Understanding
  6. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Dissolving Tax Incremental District (TID) #39 (Stoughton Road), located in District 16. (District 16)
  7. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving an intergovernmental agreement with the Town of Burke for the City of Madison Fire Department to provide fire protection services.
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  8. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the City’s execution of an amendment to a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of Madison and Opitz Investment Corporation and Halleen Properties, LLC or their successors and assigns, for the purchase of the property located at 4710 Lien Road in the City of Madison to provide the City with park land. (District 17)
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  9. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the 2024 Bicycle & Pedestrian Capital Budget to increase federal grant budget authority for the West Towne Path Phase 3 project. (District 1)
  10. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorization for the Directors of Human Resources and Finance to administratively approve changes to positions within the annual approved operating budgets as allowed with the adoption of the newly revised City of Madison Personnel Rules.
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  11. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to execute the Third Amendment to Use Agreement for the Warner Park Stadium with Madison Mallards LLC and Northwoods League Inc. to expand the use of the Ballpark at Warner Park for women’s college summer softball and make certain capital improvements for the years of 2024-2035 (District 12).
    Attachments
  12. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Traffic Engineering Division to accept a federal grant for $88,500 to maintain and expand a safety education program and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into the grant contracts and State/Municipal Agreements with Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
  13. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving State / Municipal Agreement for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project I.D. 5992-10-42/43 for Capital City Path Extension and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute this agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for construction cost sharing and State design review costs. (District 16)
  14. Council New Business
    Resolution

    SUBSTITUTE - Approving State / Municipal Agreement for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project I.D. 5992-10-44/45 for West Towne Path Extension from S High Point to Zor Shrine Pl and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute this agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for construction cost sharing and State design review costs. (District 9)
    Attachments
  15. Items Referred
    Ordinance

    Combining subsections (a) and (b) of subsection (13) and creating a new subsection (b) of subsection (13) of Section 3.54 entitled β€œCompensation Plan”; creating subsection (j) of subsection (1) of Section 3.53 β€œCivil Service System;” amending subsection (9) of Section 3.53 β€œCivil Service System” of the Madison General Ordinances to mirror changes to the Personnel Rules.
  16. Council New Business
    Resolution

    SUBSTITUTE - Amending the 2024 Major Streets and Bicycle & Pedestrian Capital Budgets to transfer existing budget authority between various major project and program budgets. (District 11 and District 19)
  17. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the City of Madison Fire Department to apply for the FY 23 Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program from the Federal Emergency Management Agency under the Department of Homeland Security for an amount up to $2 million and authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign the resulting grant award agreement.
  18. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the 2024 Police Department operating budget; and authorizing the Chief of Police or his designee to enter into a cost reimbursement agreement annually with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) for overtime costs associated with participation in an ATF Task Force aimed at preventing/deterring gun violence
    Attachments
  19. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with Terabonne, Inc. for consulting services related to telecommunications license agreements.
    Attachments
  20. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the use of up to $424,000 of Emergency Rental Assistance funds to award to Lutheran Social Services to support rental assistance and support services for residents living at 7933 Tree Lane and 715 Rethke Avenue, and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with LSS. (District 9 and District 12)
    Attachments
  21. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    PUBLIC COMMENT

Humanitarian Award Commission, Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.

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  1. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Debrief 2024 Nomination & Selection Process
  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Future Agenda Topics
  3. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment (February 26, 2024)

Transportation Commission

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  1. Items Referred
    Miscellaneous

    Members of the Transportation Commission who are also members of other transportation-related Boards, Committees or Commissions provide relevant updates from those Boards, Committees or Commissions.
  2. Items Referred
    Miscellaneous

    Commission member suggestions for items on future agenda (for information only; not for discussion)
  3. Items Referred
    Miscellaneous

    General announcements by the Chair (for information only; not for discussion)
  4. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Recognizing fundraising for the purpose of funding the new Metro Transit Bus Roadeo will serve City purposes, be conducted by City staff, and will comply with the City’s ethics code.
  5. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Entering into an agreement with Dane County for the installation, maintenance, and operation of a signal at the BRT West Terminal on Junction Rd (District 1).
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  6. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Traffic Engineering Division to accept a federal grant for $88,500 to maintain and expand a safety education program and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into the grant contracts and State/Municipal Agreements with Wisconsin Department of Transportation.
  7. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving State / Municipal Agreement for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project I.D. 5992-10-42/43 for Capital City Path Extension and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute this agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for construction cost sharing and State design review costs. (District 16)
  8. Council New Business
    Resolution

    SUBSTITUTE - Approving State / Municipal Agreement for Transportation Alternatives Program (TAP) Project I.D. 5992-10-44/45 for West Towne Path Extension from S High Point to Zor Shrine Pl and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute this agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for construction cost sharing and State design review costs. (District 9)
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  9. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Vacating and discontinuing multiple unimproved public street right-of-ways within the plat of Village at Autumn Lake Replat to allow the replatting of a portion the development. Being located in parts of both the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 and Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 26, Township 8 North, Range 10 East, City of Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. (District 17)
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  10. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment for Items not on the Agenda for the February 28, 2024 Meeting
  11. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Update from Transportation Commission Appeal Subcommittee Hearing Related to a Taxicab License Denial

Tif Review Board

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  1. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDMENT TO THE PROJECT PLAN FOR TID 36 (CAPITOL GATEWAY)
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  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDMENT TO THE PROJECT PLAN AND BOUNDARY FOR TID 50 (STATE AND LAKE)
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  3. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    RESOLUTION APPROVING THE AMENDMENT TO THE PROJECT PLAN FOR TID 44 (ROYSTER CLARK)
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Plan Commission

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Vacating and discontinuing multiple unimproved public street right-of-ways within the plat of Village at Autumn Lake Replat to allow the replatting of a portion the development. Being located in parts of both the Southwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 and Northwest 1/4 of the Southeast 1/4 of Section 26, Township 8 North, Range 10 East, City of Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. (District 17)
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  2. Public Hearing
    Conditional Use

    139 W Wilson Street (District 4): Consideration of a conditional use in the UMX (Urban Mixed-Use) District for a multi-family dwelling with greater than eight (8) dwelling units; consideration of a conditional use in the UMX District for a new building greater than 20,000 square feet and more than four stories; and consideration of a conditional use pursuant to MGO Section 28.134(3) for projections into the Capitol View Preservation Limit; to construct 16-story apartment building with 320 units
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  3. Public Hearing
    Conditional Use

    5525 Tradesmen Drive (District 16): Consideration of a conditional use in the Industrial-Limited (IL) District for general retail to allow a 10,000 square-foot retail space in a multi-tenant industrial building.
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  4. Public Hearing
    Conditional Use

    5702 South Hill Drive (District 19): Consideration of a conditional use in the Suburban Residential-Consistent 1 (SR-C1) District for a school, public or private.
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  5. Public Hearing
    Demolition Permit

    REVISED: 115-125 W Mifflin Street (District 4): Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish five commercial buildings.
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  6. Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous

    Plan Commission Public Comment Period
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  7. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting a Relocation Order for the acquisition of land interests required for a Utility Materials Handling Site for the handling and disposal of excess cut and sediment materials. Located in part of the SW ΒΌ and NE ΒΌ and the SE ΒΌ of the NW ΒΌ of Section 36, T7N, R10E in the City of Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. (District 16)
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  8. Public Hearing
    Demolition Permit

    139 W Wilson Street (District 4): Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish a four-story apartment building
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Deferred Compensation Committee

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  1. Public Comment
    Public Comment

    Public Comment (2/29/24 Deferred Compensation Committee Meeting)
  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Discussing the Year-End Review for MissionSquare.

Landlord And Tenant Issues Committee

    Police And Fire Commission

    Special Meeting

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    1. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Informal meeting with the Fire department promotional candidate (Lieutenant Ronald Blumer) - approximately 12:00- 12:30pm
    2. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Informal meeting with Fire Department promotional candidate (Division Chief Jeffrey Larson) - approximately 12:30-1:00pm

    Habitat Stewardship Subcommittee (Parks)

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    1. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      PUBLIC COMMENT
    2. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Discussion of role of Subcommittee
    3. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      2024 Meeting Format and Schedule
    4. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Annual Statement of Interest Due
    5. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      PUBLIC HEARING John Fountain, Inc Permit for Tree Pruning and Removal Associated With House Relocation
      Attachments
    6. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Approval of the Minutes of the November 7, 2024 Habitat Stewardship Subcommittee.
      Attachments

    Room Tax Commission

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    1. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      2024 and Long-Range Forecast
    2. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      2024 Meeting Calendar
    3. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      Public Comment - Public Comment for Room Tax Commission Meeting of February 27, 2024.

    Disability Rights Commission

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    1. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Public Comment (February 2024)

      There was no public comment.

    2. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      DRC Retreat (Potential Dates: March 7, 5:30 - 7:30 p.m., March 23, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m., March 24, 3:00 - 5:00 p.m.)

      Members agreed to meet on March 27, 2024.

    3. In Committee
      Discussion Item

      Accessible Madison Updates a. Lake Monona Waterfront Project b. Other c. Pedestrian Safety Community Conversation Update
    4. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Future Topics City of Madison
    5. Held in Committee
      Report

      Report from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award Commission
    6. Held in Committee
      Report

      Report from the Department of Civil Rights
    7. Held in Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Report from the Common Council

    Vending Oversight Committee

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    1. Items Referred
      Ordinance

      Amending Sections 9.136(1)(l),(n), 9.13(1)(a) and (c), 9.13(3), (7)(d), (10)(g)2., and (11)(c) of the Madison General Ordinances to create Night Vending sites in the 700 and 800 blocks of State Street and clarify umbrella license eligibility for food vendors. (Citywide)
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    2. Items Referred
      Ordinance

      Amending Section 9.135(9) of the Madison General Ordinances to allow Mall/Concourse Sidewalk Cafes to store equipment overnight in the sidewalk cafe area from April 15 to November 15.
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    3. New Business
      Miscellaneous

      Public Comment

    Board Of Public Works

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    1. Public Comment
      Public Comment

      Public Comments for Items Not on the Agenda.
    2. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Creating the City of Madison Honorary Street Name Program
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    3. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Updating the Madison Engineering Division Street Naming Policy for New Streets and the Engineering Division Policy for Street Name Changes.
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    4. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to amend the contract for Purchase of Services (Architect) with Engberg Anderson, Inc. to provide extra professional architectural and engineering consultant design services and construction administrative services for the expanded design and construction scope at the existing Warner Park Community Recreation Center located at 1625 Northport Drive. (District 12)
    5. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Change Order No. 1 to Contract 8642, West Towne Path Phase 3, to Parisi Construction Co, Inc., for $23,060.00 (District 1)
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    6. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Change Order No. 3 to Contract 8715, Lake Mendota Dr Assessment District - 2023, to Capitol Underground, Inc., for $27,381.63 (District 19)
      Attachments
    7. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Accepting street improvements (sidewalk) constructed by Private Contract In 1945 Winnebago Street, Private Contract No. 9005 (District 6).
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    8. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Accepting street improvements (sidewalk) constructed by Private Contract 2208 University Avenue, Private Contract No. 9139 (District 5).
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    9. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications for public improvements necessary for the project known as 417 S Yellowstone Drive and authorizing construction to be undertaken by the Developer, Private Contract No. 9507 (District 19)
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    10. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications for public improvements necessary for the project known as 686 Grand Canyon Drive and authorizing construction to be undertaken by the Developer, and Rescinding Resolution RES-24-00042. Private Contract No. 9148 (District 19)
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    11. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the N Franklin Avenue and Stevens Street Assessment District - 2024 (District 5)
    12. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Doncaster Drive, Beverly Road and Danbury Street Reconstruction Assessment District - 2024 (District 10)
    13. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Hermina Street and Union Street Reconstruction Assessment District - 2024 (District 15).
    14. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for CIPP 2024 Water Main Rehabilitation. (District 3)
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    15. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for the Annual Construction and Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalk and Incidental Concrete Curb and Gutter Work Ordered (District 11) by the Common Council.
      Attachments
    16. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Chip Sealing 2024 - East (District 3).
      Attachments
    17. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Chip Sealing 2024 - West (District 9).
      Attachments
    18. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Repairing and Sealing Pavement Cracks - Major Streets 2024. (City Wide)
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    19. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Repairing and Sealing Pavement Cracks - Local Streets 2024 (City Wide)
      Attachments
    20. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Report of Engineering of Non-Bid Contract for Regent St & N Kenosha Dr Storm Culvert Replacement (District 11)
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    21. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Subcontractor list for Contract 9289, Unit Well 19 Treatment System Addition, to Joe Daniels Construction Co., Inc., for 63.12% (District 5).
      Attachments
    22. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8717, Mineral Point Road Widened Sidewalk (District 9, District 11, District 19)
      Attachments
    23. Council New Business
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8754, Annual Construction and Reconstruction of Concrete Sidewalk and Incidental Concrete Curb and Gutter Work Ordered by the Common Council (District 19)
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    24. Council New Business
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8755, Annual Horizontal Sawcutting of Concrete Sidewalk and Incidental Work (Districts 11 and 19) - 2024 (District 11 and District 19)
      Attachments
    25. ATS Review
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 9495, 2024 Semi-Permanent Epoxy Pavement Marking (Citywide)
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    26. Council New Business
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8696, Bikeways 2023: Path Resurfacing (District 10, District 13, District 15 and District 20)
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    27. Council New Business
      Resolution

      Awarding Public Works Contract No. 9503 Sycamore Singletrack Trail Improvements 2023 (District 3 and District 17)
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    28. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Consider a Report of the City Engineer regarding the results of a review of water resource impacts and the necessity of permits for public works construction projects on this agenda and addendum to the agenda.
      Attachments
    29. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For Rutledge St Reconstruction Assessment District - 2024 (District 6).
      Attachments
    30. Council New Business
      Resolution

      Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For Knutson Drive and Green Avenue Assessment District - 2024 (District 18).
      Attachments
    31. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Change Order No. 1 to Contract 9086, Metro Transit Hanson Rd. Bus Facility Remodel to Riley Construction Co., Inc., for $96,970.49 (District 12)
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    Parks Long Range Planning Subcommittee

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    1. Approved
      Miscellaneous

      Approval of Minutes of the January 17, 2024 Parks Long Range Planning Subcommittee Meeting

      Motion made by Frautschi, seconded by Hemauer, to Approve the Minutes of the January 17, 2024 Parks Long Range Planning Subcommittee meeting. Motion passed by voice vote/other.

      Attachments
    2. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Public Comment

      There were no registrants for Public Comment.

    3. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Parks and Open Space Plan Update

      Freiwald presented an update on the Parks and Open Space Plan and answered questions. Motion made by Hemauer, seconded by Miller Fienen to Accept the history section of the plan. Motion passed by voice vote/other. Motion made by Hemauer, seconded by Frautschi, to Continue the discussion of the item at the next meeting of the Parks Long Range Planning Subcommittee. Motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    4. Held in Commission
      Communication

      Informational presentation regarding creation of a Parks policy for Private Art to be placed on park property

      Planning and Development Manager Ann Freiwald explained the policy's purpose. Assistant Superintendent Lisa Laschinger presented the policy. Laschinger and Assistant Superintendent CJ Ryan answered questions and took suggestions.

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    Sustainable Madison Committee

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    1. Public Comment
      Survey Map

      Public Comment
    2. Presentation
      Presentation

      Sustain Dane 2024 Update
    3. Presentation
      Presentation

      Sustainability Staff Quarterly Update
    4. Held in Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Alder Update on Sustainability Topics
    5. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      SMC Working Groups

    Madison Food Policy Council

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    1. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Regional Food System Planning
    2. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Business Development Specialist
    3. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Public Health Madison & Dane County
    4. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Extension Dane County, UW-Madison
    5. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Community Gardens
    6. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Madison Metropolitan School District
    7. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Double Dollars Program
    8. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Madison Food Policy Council Chair
    9. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Farmland Preservation Task Force
    10. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Dane Food Access Network
    11. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Food System Assessment
    12. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Amending the Land Banking Fund Policy to add urban agriculture as an appropriate secondary use for properties acquired through the fund.
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    13. Items Referred
      Miscellaneous

      Public Comment: MFPC 2/21/24
    14. Report of Officer
      Resolution

      Revising City of Madison leases on lands being used for row crop agriculture
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    Monona Terrace Booking Event Assistance Advisory Committee

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    1. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Review Fund Activity
      Attachments
    2. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      World Triathlon Corp. - IRONMAN Wisconsin and IM WI 70.3 2025
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    3. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Destination Madison Virtual Meeting - Zoom link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84275680026?pwd=ZFhrZ1JBQlNqV2lXM0YxaXNVbTFvQT09 Meeting ID: 842 7568 0026 Passcode: 256069 One tap mobile +13017158592,,84275680026#,,,,*256069#

    Economic Development Committee

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    1. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Announcements and Future EDC Agenda Items

      In person meeting with the mayor in May.

    2. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Amending the Land Banking Fund Policy to add urban agriculture as an appropriate secondary use for properties acquired through the fund.

      Mikolajewski gave an overview of the amendment followed by questions from members. A motion was made by Bulgrin and seconded by Paris. The motion passed unanimously by voice vote.

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    3. Items Referred
      Resolution

      Providing Golden Vibes Counseling Center or its assigns a $200,000 loan to purchase a commercial property at 825 Williamson Street through the Commercial Ownership Assistance program under the Small Business Equity and Recovery Program (SBER) using the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA) aid Local Fiscal Recovery funds and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement with Golden Vibes Counseling Center or its assigns for that purpose. (District 6)

      Miller gave an overview of Golden Vibes followed by questions from members. A motion was made by Liggon and seconded by Madison. The motion passed unanimously by voice vote.

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    4. Items Referred
      Discussion Item

      Discussion Regarding the 2025 City Budget

      Mikolajewski opened further discussion of the 2025 EDD budget followed by comments and questions from members.

    5. Filed
      Discussion Item

      Selection of the Madison Region Economic Partnership (MadREP) to administer the City of Madison's BizReady Program

      Ouk presented information about the selection of MadREP followed by questions and comments from members. A motion was made by Duncan and seconded by Madison to Discuss and Finalize this informal item and to have the formal item come back to EDC before it goes to council.

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    Alcohol License Review Committee

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    1. Report of Officer
      License

      Change of Agent Kwik Trip Inc β€’ dba Kwik Trip 269 β€’ 1421 Monroe St New Agent: Christopher Turtenwald Class A Beer, Class A Liquor (District 5)

      A motion was made by Barushok, seconded by Knox Jr., to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    2. Report of Officer
      License

      Change of Agent Kwik Trip Inc β€’ dba Kwik Trip 952 β€’ 2538 Fish Hatchery Rd New Agent: Benjamin R Rawles Class A Beer, Class A Cider (District 14)

      This License was RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - REPORT OF OFFICER

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    3. Report of Officer
      License

      Request to extend license issuance beyond the 180 day limit under MGO 38.05 Northside Lounge LLC β€’ dba Northside Lounge 1022 N Sherman Ave β€’ Agent: Simon Dettinger Estimated Capacity (in/out): 75/40 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer β€’ 73% alcohol, 25% food, 2% other Police Sector 503 (District 12)

      A motion was made by Barushok, seconded by Knox Jr., to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    4. Report of Officer
      License

      Change of Licensed Conditions MacTaggart's Inc β€’ dba MacTaggart's Market & Deli 230 W Lakelawn Pl β€’ Agent: Richard Schober Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Police Sector 403 (District 2) Request to change conditions to allow for sales of intoxicating liquor.

      A motion was made by Verveer, seconded by Carter, to Table. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    5. Recessed Public Hearing
      License

      Public Hearing - New License The City of Four Lakes LLC β€’ dba Super 8 Madison South 1602 W Beltline Hwy β€’ Agent: Mitesh Patel Estimated Capacity (in/out): 160/0 Class B Beer β€’ 2% alcohol, 0% food, 98% other Police Sector 308 (District 14)

      A motion was made by Myadze, seconded by Knox Jr., to Refer to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE,. The motion passed by the following vote: One registration in support.

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    6. Council Recessed Public Hearing
      License

      Public Hearing - New License Campo Mar LLC β€’ dba La Playita Tacos Y Mariscos 2601 W Beltline Hwy β€’ Agent: Roger De La Cruz Estimated Capacity (in/out): 65/0 Class B Beer β€’ 25% alcohol, 75% food Police Sector 308 (District 10)

      A motion was made by Verveer, seconded by Carter, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING. The motion passed by voice vote/other. Two registrations in support.

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    7. Council Public Hearing
      License

      Public Hearing - New License Sushi Lover In Madison LLC β€’ dba Sushi Lover 72 W Towne Mall β€’ Agent: Zhenqi Li Estimated Capacity (in/out): 120/0 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer β€’ 10% alcohol, 90% food Police Sector 124 (District 9)

      A motion was made by Barushok, seconded by Carter, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO RE-REFER - PUBLIC HEARING to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    8. Council Public Hearing
      License

      Public Hearing - New License MPL Corporation Investment β€’ dba Amoco 1129 S Park St β€’ Agent: Amit Kumar Class A Beer Police Sector 306 (District 13)

      A motion was made by Knox Jr., seconded by Verveer, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - PUBLIC HEARING. The motion passed by voice vote/other. The conditions are: 1. Hours of operations are limited from 6am to midnight. 2. The establishment shall regularly monitor the parking lot to address concerns of on-site consumption and loitering. 3. The establishment shall not sell, dispense or give away fermented malt beverages in the original container in amounts less than the amount contained in a four pack of 12 ounce bottles or cans. This is only applicable to fermented malt beverages which fall into the following categories of brands: Domestic Premium, Domestic Sub-Premium (which includes Value and Economy brands), Malt Liquor & similarly situated imported brands. Two registrations in support, one registration in opposition, and two registrations neither in support or opposition.

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    9. Council Public Hearing
      License

      Public Hearing - New License ENR Investment Inc β€’ dba Madison Pantry 2022 Fordem Ave β€’ Agent: Mohammed N Farooqui Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Police Sector 501 (District 12)

      A motion was made by Myadze, seconded by Knox Jr., to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO RE-REFER - PUBLIC HEARING to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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    10. Clerk Report
      License

      Summary of Licenses Issued

      Clerk's Office submitted the attached report.

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    11. Public Comment
      License

      Public Comment
    12. Report of Officer
      License

      Change of Licensed Conditions MacTaggart's Inc β€’ dba MacTaggart's Market & Deli 230 W Lakelawn Pl β€’ Agent: Richard Schober Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Police Sector 403 (District 2) Request to change conditions to allow for sales of intoxicating liquor.

      A motion was made by Myadze, seconded by Carter, to Take Off The Table. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

      Attachments
    13. Report of Officer
      License

      Change of Licensed Conditions MacTaggart's Inc β€’ dba MacTaggart's Market & Deli 230 W Lakelawn Pl β€’ Agent: Richard Schober Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Police Sector 403 (District 2) Request to change conditions to allow for sales of intoxicating liquor.

      A motion was made by Barushok, seconded by Verveer, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO GRANT WITH CONDITIONS - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other. Condition 2: Spirits based products with an alcohol content of 15% or less by volume or malt based flavored coolers may not be sold, dispensed or given away in the original container in amounts less than a four pack of bottles or cans. Condition 5: Class A Liquor license limited to only sales of wine, cider, and spirits based products with an alcohol content of 15% or less by volume. and cider only. One registration in support.

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    Building Code, Fire Code, Conveyance Code And Licensing Appeals Board

    Filters for matters
    1. Petition for Variance, Exception, or Appeal
      Miscellaneous

      BLDVAR-2024-02285 2206 University Ave Applicant is seeking a variance from 2015 IBC 1208.2 requiring a minimum ceiling height of 7 feet for occupiable spaces. The applicant is seeking approval to include a 137 square foot area with an elevated floor area and ceiling height of 6’8” as part of the habitable usable space within a designated children’s playroom. Alder District #5

      A motion was made by Louis J. Olson to approve the variance the conditions outlined in the Madison Fire Department's position statement and a friendly amendment to include permanent affixed signage warning of raised area that's for children's use only; seconded by Sean B. Size. The motion failed on a voice vote.

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    2. Miscellaneous
      Miscellaneous

      Building Board of Appeals Public Comment Period

      There was no public comment.

    3. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      Communications and Announcements

      Cary Olson will be absent from staffing Building Board of Appeals for next couple months due to maternity leave. James I. Glueck recapped the decision making process on the agenda's variance that the deciding vote was cast to prevent setting a precedence for variances for newly constructed buildings.

    Housing Strategy Committee

    Subcommittee On Rental Housing. There May Be Quorum Of Housing Strategy Committee Present.

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    1. In Committee
      Miscellaneous

      Public Comment

    Street Use Staff Commission

    Filters for matters
    1. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

      TRI 4 SCHOOLS MADISON KIDS BIKE + RUN Saturday, June 15, 2024 / 5:30am - 12:00pm Start/Finish: Warner Park Street/Lane Closure: see attached map Kids Bike/Run event Discuss route, traffic management plan, location, schedule. Tri 4 Schools / Katie Brasel
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    2. Discussion Items
      Discussion Item

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