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Transportation Commission

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    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)
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  3. Items Referred
    Miscellaneous

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

    Amending the City of Madison Official Map to remove a mapped reservation for a future north-south public street located in the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 30, Township 8 North, Range 10 East in the City of Madison, on land generally addressed as 2202 Darwin Road (District 18).
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  5. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment for Items not on the Agenda for the May 29, 2024 Meeting

Urban Design Commission

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    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment
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    Miscellaneous

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

    134, 140, 148, 150 S Blair Street/506, 508, 510, 514, 516, 518, 522 E Wilson Street - New Residential Building and Hotel in UMX Zoning. (District 6)
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Housing Strategy Committee

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  1. Items Referred
    Ordinance

    Amending Section 25.09 of the Madison General Ordinances related to Chronic Nuisance Premises: (1) to make it easier to declare a Chronic Nuisance Premises when the nuisance activity involves firearms and/or serious bodily injury or death, and shortening the period for declaring a Chronic Nuisance Premises based on nuisance activities not involving firearms or serious bodily injury or death; (2) adding a section to exempt certain victim-centered offenses such as domestic violence, from eligible nuisance activities; (3) administrative and reorganization of some subsections for easier comprehension.

    A motion was made Castaรฑeda and seconded by Ochowicz to recommend to council to adopt Amending Section 25.09 of the Madison General Ordinances related to Chronic Nuisance Premises: (1) to make it easier to declare a Chronic Nuisance Premises when the nuisance activity involves firearms and/or serious bodily injury or death, and shortening the period for declaring a Chronic Nuisance Premises based on nuisance activities not involving firearms or serious bodily injury or death; (2) adding a section to exempt certain victim-centered offenses such as domestic violence, from eligible nuisance activities; (3) administrative and reorganization of some subsections for easier comprehension. Motion passed unanimously. A motion was made by Castaรฑeda and seconded by Alder Guequierre to re-suspend Robert's Rules so that McGrath can again participate in discussion.

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  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment

    None

  3. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Sub-Committee Updates

    Castaรฑeda provided updates on the rental housing and homeownership subcommittees - rental subcommittee is done with their work and is putting together recommendations. Homeownership subcommittee is almost done and will also be putting together their recommendations. The Downtown Madison Inc. (DMI) group will be coming to a future Housing Strategy Committee meeting. Frater provided an update on behalf of the Student Affordable Housing Working Group -- DMI will be meeting again on June 10th to finalize recommendations, and should have a full list of recommendations by the time this full Housing Strategy Committee meets next.

  4. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Staff Presentation on Regional Housing Strategy Report

    Matt Frater provided an update and presented on the Regional Housing Strategy Report. Committee discussed. Heather Stouder reminded the committee that the June 27th and July 25th meetings will be held in person at the Madison Municipal Building.

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  5. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Staff Presentation on Housing Forward Updates

    Heather Stouder provided an update on Housing Forward, and the committee discussed.

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Finance Committee

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the noncompetitive purchase of $118,450 in goods and services from Lake City Glass, Inc. for the manufacture and installation of windows at Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center (Monona Terrace). (District 4)
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  2. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Windcave Inc. and Synovus Financial Corporation for payment services on behalf of Madisonโ€™s Parking Utility, including PCI compliance.
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  3. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the Police Departmentโ€™s operating budget, and authorizing the Mayor and Chief of Police (or designee) to accept a Project Safe Neighborhoods grant award of $12,888 and a Byrne Justice assistance grant of $40,000 from the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice for overtime for patrol-level problem-oriented policing initiatives and National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN) firearm ballistic casings investigative cases
  4. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the Parks Division 2024 Capital Budget to receive $10,000 in private funding support and transferring $50,000 in existing GO authority from Madison Senior Center Courtyard project to the Lake Monona Waterfront project; and Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract for Purchase of Services with Sasaki Associates, Inc., to provide professional design consultant services for the first phase of implementation for the Lake Monona Waterfront (District 4, District 13, and District 14).
  5. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor, Police Chief and City Clerk to sign an intergovernmental agreement with the City of Milwaukee to provide support to City of Milwaukee law enforcement from July 13, 2024 through July 20, 2024; and amending the Police Departmentโ€™s operating budget to receive reimbursement for said expenses
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  6. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive service contract with IKM Building Solutions, Inc. and a non-competitive purchase of equipment from Vyron Corporation for replacement of three ventilation fans associated with the Monona Terrace tunnel fire alarm system. (District 4)
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  7. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Parks Division to submit, and if awarded, to accept a grant of $12,000,000 from the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration for the Lake Monona Waterfront Project and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with the U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration to accept the grant award. (District 13 and District 14)
  8. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Bilingual Dietetic Specialist and a 1.0 FTE WIC Program Manager
  9. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Grant Manager and 0.8 FTE Health Education Coordinator to Support Immunizations and Outreach Efforts
  10. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive service contract with LanguageLine Solutions (LLS) for over the phone interpretation, video remote interpretation, and translation of documents to support Public Health Madison & Dane County
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  11. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive service contract with YWCA Madison Inc for tenant resource services to support tenant capacity building
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  12. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving the 2024 Neighborhood Grant Program recommendations, authorizing the execution of agreements required to administer the program, authorizing the Planning Division Director and Finance Director to execute grant agreements on behalf of the City, and authorizing the acceptance of any grant-funded improvements to be located on City-owned lands.
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  13. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the City to amend its contract with outside counsel to provide legal representation for the Heartland Housing, Inc. property and loan transactions.
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  14. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    PUBLIC COMMENT

Board Of Health For Madison And Dane County

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    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Bilingual Dietetic Specialist and a 1.0 FTE WIC Program Manager
  2. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Grant Manager and 0.8 FTE Health Education Coordinator to Support Immunizations and Outreach Efforts
  3. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive service contract with LanguageLine Solutions (LLS) for over the phone interpretation, video remote interpretation, and translation of documents to support Public Health Madison & Dane County
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  4. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive service contract with YWCA Madison Inc for tenant resource services to support tenant capacity building
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  5. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Minutes for the Board of Health for Madison and Dane County on May 1, 2024
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  6. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment before the Board of Health for Madison and Dane County on May 28, 2024
  7. In Committee
    Dane County Board Resolution

    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Grant Manager and 0.8 FTE Health Education Coordinator to Support Immunizations and Outreach Efforts
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  8. In Committee
    Dane County Board Resolution

    Amending the Public Health Operating Budget to Accept WI Department of Health Services Grant Funding for a 1.0 FTE Bilingual Dietetic Specialist and a 1.0 FTE WIC Program Manager
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  9. In Committee
    Dane County Board Resolution

    Authorizing the Reclassification of a .50 FTE Clerk I-II to a .50 FTE Public Health Aide & Merge with Existing .50 FTE Public Health Aide for Public Health Madison & Dane County
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  10. In Committee
    Board of Health Resolution

    Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Resolution #2024-18 Authorization to Accept NARCANยฎ from the Wisconsin Department of Health Services for Overdose Education & NARCANยฎ Distribution
  11. In Committee
    Board of Health Resolution

    Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Resolution #2024-19 Acceptance of American Rescue Plan Funds for the Maternal, Infant, and Early Childhood Home Visiting Program
  12. In Committee
    Board of Health Resolution

    Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Resolution #2021-20 Authorization to Enter into Contract with and Distribute funds to Selected Applicants from the 2024 Funding for Community Response and Preparedness RFP
  13. In Committee
    Board of Health Resolution

    Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Resolution #2024-21 Authorization to Enter into Contract with and Distribute funds to Selected Applicant from the 2024 Overdose Prevention Center Assessment RFP
  14. In Committee
    Board of Health Resolution

    Board of Health for Madison and Dane County Resolution #2024-22 Authorization of Budget Transfers

Street Use Staff Commission

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    LISA AND BEN'S HAPPILY EVER AFTER PARTY Saturday, June 8, 2024 / 5pm-8pm No Street Closure Request for 2 parking meters on 300 W Dayton Catering vehicles for indoor event Simply Weddings / Shannon Triggs
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    Discussion Item

    GIANT JONES BREWING EVENT SERIES Various dates, June 15 - August 28, 2024 / see attached for detailed schedule No Street Closure Request for parking lane on 100 S Brearly Giant Jones Brewing LLC / Erika Jones
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    MONROE STREET SUMMER SIDEWALK SALE Friday, July 19 & Saturday, July 20, 2024 / 10:00 am - 5:30 pm No Street Closure Request for sidewalk space only - 1700-2600 Monroe Street No vending in the streets - displays of product - sales made inside businesses Monroe Street Merchant Association / Carol Schroeder
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    ALL WHITE AFFAIR IN HONOR OF VEL PHILLIPS Saturday, July 27, 2024 / 3:30 pm - 10:00 pm Street Closure: 10 S Carroll St & 10 W Main St (3:45 pm - 11:00 pm) Parking meters: 2 dumpsters Event to honor Vel Phillips and dedicate her statue - event on Capitol Grounds and City property Discuss location, schedule, site map, Park Hotel access, vending, beer/wine sales, etc. Boys and Girls Club Dane County / Latonya Jackson
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    GREEK FEST + 2024 Saturday, September 7 / 12 pm - 7 pm & Sunday, September 8, 2024 / 11 am - 6 pm Street Closure: 10 N Seventh St / Saturday, 8 am - 8 pm & Sunday, 8 am - 8 pm / streets reopened overnight Public Amplification: Sept 7, 11 am - 7 pm & Sept 8, 10 am - 6 pm Discuss schedule, setup, site map assumption Greek Orthodox Church / Christy Chappell Belkin
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    ROCKIN' BREWS MARATHON Saturday, August 31, 2024 / 8:00 am - 2:00 pm Start/finish: Winnequah Park in Monona No Street Closure: request to use parking lanes and bike paths on the Lake Loop Discuss schedule, route, staffing Madison Events Production, LLC / Jerry Kempfer
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    MADISON JUNETEENTH DAY CELEBRATION Saturday, June 15, 2024 / 10 am - 5:30 pm (Penn Park) Street Closure Request: 600-700 Buick, 2000-2100 Fisher, 2100 Taft, 500 Dane, 500 Baird (7am-7:30pm) Parade request: See attached route (10:45 am - 11:45 am) No Parking request: east side of 2000 Taft Annual Juneteenth Celebration Discuss schedule, route, closures, no parking Kujichagulia Madison Center / Annie Weatherby-Flowers
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Plan Commission

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Vanilla 301, LLC located at 519-521 W Main Street (District 4).

    A motion was made by Solheim, seconded by Field, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF MGO 2.055 - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  2. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Woodland Montessori School, Inc. located at 1124 Colby Street and 114 Van Deusen Street (District 13).

    A motion was made by Duncan, seconded by Field, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT UNDER SUSPENSION OF MGO 2.055 - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  3. Passed
    Resolution

    Declaration of Public Street Right of Way of City owned parcels for Schewe Road and White Fox Lane, being part of the NE ยผ of the NE ยผ of Section 20 Township 7 North, Range 8 East, City of Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin. (District 9)

    A motion was made by Duncan, seconded by Field, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - REPORT OF OFFICER. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  4. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the records, including maps and databases, of the street address numbers and street names by the City Engineer, referred to in Sections 10.34, Madison General Ordinances by changing the name of a north to south portion of Luds Lane to Luds Court, the location of the street name change lying approximately 1250 feet east of E. Buckeye Rd / CTH โ€œABโ€ (District 16)

    A motion was made by Duncan, seconded by Field, to Return to Lead with the Recommendation for Approval to the BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  5. Council Recessed Public Hearing
    Ordinance

    Creating Section 28.022-00670 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of property located at 4702 Verona Road from PD (Planned Development) District to Amended PD (GDP) (Planned Development-General Development Plan) District and creating Section 28.022-00671 to approve a Specific Implementation Plan. (District 10)

    A motion was made by Duncan, seconded by Field, to RECOMMEND TO COUNCIL TO ADOPT - RECESSED PUBLIC HEARING. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  6. Approved
    Conditional Use

    305 Bear Claw Way (District 9): Consideration of a conditional use in the Suburban Residential-Varied 2 (SR-V2) District for a residential building complex containing three (3) three-story, four-unit townhouse buildings and one (1) three-story, three-unit townhouse building.

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

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  7. Approved
    Conditional Use

    519-521 W Main Street (District 4): Consideration of a conditional use in the Downtown Residential 2 (DR2) District for a multi-family dwelling with greater than eight (8) units and approval of a conditional use in the DR2 District for accessory general retail service business, restaurant, coffee shop, tea house, professional and general office, to allow construction of a four-story, 30-unit apartment building with 850 square feet of space for an accessory general retail service business, restaurant, coffee shop, tea house, or professional and general office.

    A motion was made by Solheim, seconded by Field, to Approve with Amendment(s). The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  8. Approved
    Conditional Use

    1124 Colby Street (District 13): Consideration of an alteration to an approved conditional use in the Traditional Residential-Consistent 2 (TR-C2) District for a daycare center; consideration of a conditional use in the TR-C2 District for a building exceeding 10,000 square feet of area; and consideration of a conditional use in the TR-C2 District for a automobile parking reduction of more than 20 spaces and 25% or more of the required parking, all to allow construction of an addition to an existing daycare center.

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

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  9. Approved
    Conditional Use

    2250 Pennsylvania Avenue (District 12): Consideration of a conditional use in the Industrial-Limited (IL) District for animal boarding; consideration of a conditional use in the IL District for an animal daycare; and consideration of a conditional use in the IL District for an arts, technical, or trade school, all to allow animal boarding, animal daycare, and pet training in an existing commercial building.

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

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  10. Approved
    Conditional Use

    2927 E Washington Avenue (District 15): Consideration of a conditional use in the Commercial Corridor-Transitional (CC-T) District to allow free-standing vending (food cart) in the parking lot of a multi-tenant commercial building.

    A motion was made by Duncan, seconded by Solheim, to Approve with Amendment(s). The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  11. Approved
    Demolition Permit

    519 and 521 W Main Street (District 4): Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish a two-family residence and a four-unit apartment building.

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

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  12. Approved
    Demolition Permit

    114 Van Deusen Street (District 13): Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish a single-family residence.

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

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  13. Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous

    Plan Commission Public Comment Period
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  14. Approved
    Demolition Permit

    202-212 S Baldwin Street (District 6): Consideration of a demolition permit to demolish three commercial buildings.

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

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  15. Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous

    Registrants for 2024 Plan Commission Meetings
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Water Utility Board

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    Miscellaneous

    General Public Comment
  2. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Meeting Evaluation and Discussion
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  3. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Annual Review of Madison Water Utility General Manager
  4. In Committee
    Report

    Water Production Monthly Report
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  5. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Authorizing a non-competitive selection contract with Capitol Underground, Inc. for water main leak repair and excavation services
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  6. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Review of Recent Council Action Items
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Vending Oversight Committee

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Community Development Authority

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    Miscellaneous

    Public Comment (May 30, 2024 CDA Board Meeting)
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    Miscellaneous

    Strategic Planning

Madison Food Policy Council

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  1. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Regional Food System Planning

    Group continues to strategize around its community engagement process, which is slated to begin this summer. If individuals are interested in being involved or informing the process, they are invited to reach out to Noah Bloedorn

  2. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Regional Agriculture and Food Sovereignty

    No report

  3. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Business Development Specialist

    Food Finance Institute is engaging with HRAP owners and operators. Madison Public Market construction is underway and on schedule.

  4. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Public Health Madison & Dane County

    Public Health has activated its incident command structure for measles. Thus far, only one case (now resolved) has been identified in Dane County.

  5. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Extension Dane County, UW-Madison

    No report.

  6. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Community Gardens

    No report.

  7. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Madison Metropolitan School District

    Summer feeding program is underway. Please see the attached flyer for more information.

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  8. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Double Dollars Program

    Summer Double Dollars season will begin in June.

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    Discussion Item

    Madison Food Policy Council Chair

    MFPC has now officially reduced in size, which has lowered the requirement for quorum and eliminated several vacant positions. Continue to welcome individuals who may be interested in joining the Council to fill future vacancies.

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    Discussion Item

    Farmland Preservation Task Force

    The land banking policy was updated to reflect changes recommended by MFPC in March. Parks and open space planning process meeting was held this month. Fey provided input that reinforces opportunities to expand growing space. Olbrich Garden North Parcel development plan was approved. Fey inquires about the agricultural lease changes that were passed by Common Council in March. Reistad says that the Economic Development Division is aware of these changes and hopes to address them soon.

  11. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Dane Food Access Network

    Feeding Americaโ€™s Map the Meal Gap data update for 2022 was updated today. Attachment: MMG 2022 Food Insecurity in Dane County.pdf Suri presented from the attached slides.

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  12. Items Referred
    Discussion Item

    Food System Assessment

    SEED Evaluation Report is currently being reviewed by SEED Workgroup. Baseline and operator interviews for HRAP have been conducted for Gooh Grocery and Bombay Bazaar.

  13. Filed
    Discussion Item

    Approval of Healthy Retail Access Program funding recommendation for Little Tibet Market and Cafรฉ

    Reistad presents from the attached memo. Rudd expresses gratitude for the thoughtfulness of the proposal and how the business will work together with other local businesses including former HRAP application, Madison Oriental Market, co-located at the same shopping center. Motion to approve the funding recommendation made by Rudd. Second by Vidaver. Motion passes with unanimous approval.

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  14. Filed
    Discussion Item

    Approval of Healthy Retail Access Program funding recommendation for A-Mart Asian Grocery

    Reistad presents from the attached memo. Mikalsen speaks to Tranโ€™s leadership across other small businesses, including Gooh Grocery, and indicates that his application will increase opportunities for value-added product at A-Mart. Motion to approve the funding recommendation made by Mico. Second by Vidaver. Motion passes with unanimous approval.

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  15. Filed
    Discussion Item

    MFPC Public Comment 5/15/24

    None

Board Of Public Works

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  1. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Amending the records, including maps and databases, of the street address numbers and street names by the City Engineer, referred to in Sections 10.34, Madison General Ordinances by changing the name of a north to south portion of Luds Lane to Luds Court, the location of the street name change lying approximately 1250 feet east of E. Buckeye Rd / CTH โ€œABโ€ (District 16)
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  2. 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.
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  3. Public Comment
    Public Comment

    Public Comment for Items Not on the Agenda
  4. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Change Order No. 3 to Contract 9439, Mendota Grassman Greenway Flood Mitigation and Restoration, to Speedway Sand & Gravel, Inc., for $21,796.00 (District 19)
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  5. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Change Order No.1 to Contract 9329, Fire Station 14 Training Site Phase 1, to Parisi Construction., for time extension to July 19, 2024. (District 16)
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  6. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Change Order No.1 to Contract 8735, E. Wilson St. and E. Doty St. Reconstruction Assessment District - 2023, to RG Huston Company, Inc., for $136,000.00. (District 4, District 6)
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  7. Items Referred
    Resolution

    Authorizing the City Engineer to sign Right of Entry agreements with the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System regarding the repair of existing stormwater box culvert system discharging to the Manitou Pond (aka Secret Pond). (District 13)
  8. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (excluding bituminous surface pavement) constructed by Private Contract In Jannah Village - Phase 2, Private Contract No. 9027. (District 3)
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  9. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (sidewalk) constructed by Private Contract In Tennyson Ridge Apartments, Private Contract No. 2376 (District 12)
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  10. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Prairie Hills Detention Basin Improvements.(District 7)
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  11. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Subcontractor list for Contract 9497, Streets West Facility HVAC and Lighting Upgrade, to Southport Engineered Systems., for 48.40% (District 14).
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  12. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Subcontractor list for Contract 9508, CIPP 2024 Water Main Rehabilitation, to Fer-Pal Construction USA LLC., for 47.42% (District 4).
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  13. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Updated Plumbing Conversion with Sewer Relocation Funding Policy for the Madison Sewer Utility for implementation by the City Engineer.
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  14. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Awarding Public Works Contract No. 8740, Hermina Street and Union Street Reconstruction District - 2024. (District 15)
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  15. Council New Business
    Resolution

    Awarding Public Works Contract No. 9487, CIPP UV Lining Rehabilitation of Sewers Phase 2 - 2024. (District 11, District 13, District 14, District 18, District 19)
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  16. In Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Change Order No. 2 to Contract 9365, Railroad Arch Culvert Repair at Southwest Bike Path, to Speedway Sand & Gravel, Inc., for an additional 15 days. (District 13)
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Police Civilian Oversight Board

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    Public Comment (05/23/2024)
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    Draft Minutes - PCOB (04/25/2024)
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    Update and discussion on hiring of OIM positions - Program Assistant 2 and Data Analyst
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    Status on the current process of new member nominations
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    List of attorneys
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    Complaint Process
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    PCOB Community Partners
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    Future agenda items
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    Evaluation for Independent Monitor
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    Hiring of Program Assistant 2

Disability Rights Commission

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    Future Topics City of Madison

    There was no update.

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    Disability Access and Equity Plan

    Hoyt gave an overview.

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  3. In Committee
    Public Comment

    Public Comment (May 2024)
  4. Held in Committee
    Miscellaneous

    Report from the Common Council

    Alder Currie gave an update.

  5. Held in Committee
    Report

    Report from the Department of Civil Rights

    There was no update.

  6. Held in Committee
    Report

    Report from the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Humanitarian Award Commission

    There was no update.

  7. New Business
    Miscellaneous

    Welcome Commissioner - Kathleen Callen

    Callen introduced herself.

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    Discussion Item

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

    Madole and Hoyt gave updates.

Common Council Executive Committee

Note: Quorum Of The Common Council May Be Present At This Meeting

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    Public Comment (5/21/24)
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    Miscellaneous

    Council Office Updates (2024)
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    Alder Committee Updates

Facilities Programs And Fees Subcommittee (Parks)

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    Communication

    Public Comment
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    Communication

    Approval of the Minutes of the March 18, 2024 Facilities, Programs and Fees Subcommittee meeting.
    Attachments
  3. Held in Committee
    Communication

    WPCRC KNOW Program partnership with the Madison Parks Foundation
    Attachments
  4. Held in Committee
    Communication

    Approving the Madison Sufis Fee Modification Agreement
    Attachments

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

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  1. Petition for Variance, Exception, or Appeal
    Miscellaneous

    2841 Harvey St BLDVAR-2024-06919 The prospective property owner is seeking a variance to SPS 321.07(b) requiring exit doors be openable from the interior without the use of a key. The prospective property owner is proposing the installation of a magnetic locking system within the home to provide support for a resident with special health and safety needs to prohibit the resident from leaving without supervision. Alder District #5
    Attachments
  2. Discussion Items
    Discussion Item

    Communications and Announcements
  3. Miscellaneous
    Miscellaneous

    Building Board of Appeals Public Comment Period

Alcohol License Review Committee

Operators Subcommittee

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  1. Public Comment
    License

    Public Comment
  2. Items Referred
    License

    Operator License Application Michael Victor Aksenov - Establishment where employed: Off Broadway Drafthouse

    A motion was made by Verveer, seconded by Barushok, to Return to Lead with the Recommendation for Approval to the ALCOHOL LICENSE REVIEW COMMITTEE. The motion passed by voice vote/other. Appearance by Michael Victor Aksenov.

    Attachments

Common Council

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  1. Consent Agenda
    Report

    Consent Agenda Document (5/21/24)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Accept The motion passed by voice vote/other on the Consent Agenda.

    Attachments
  2. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For 3400 Block East Washington Ave Sewer Replacement (District 12).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt and Close the Public Hearing. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  3. Passed
    Ordinance

    Amending Sections within Chapter 28 of the Madison General Ordinances related to drive-through windows.

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt and Close the Public Hearing. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  4. Recessed Public Hearing
    Ordinance

    Creating Section 28.022-00669 of the Madison General Ordinances to change the zoning of properties located at 506-518 East Wilson Street and 134-150 South Blair Street, from PD (Planned Development) District to UMX (Urban Mixed-Use) District. (District 6)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Re-refer for Recessed Public Hearing to the PLAN COMMISSION. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  5. Unfinished Business
    Petition

    Petition received in the Madison City Clerk's Office on April 26, 2024 regarding attachment from the Town of Middleton to the City of Madison.

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Accept. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  6. Confirmed
    Appointment

    Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 5-7-2024; action 5-21-2024).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Confirm. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  7. Unfinished Business
    Appointment

    Report of the Mayor submitting resident committee appointments (introduction 5-21-2024; action 6-4-2024).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Refer to a future Meeting to Confirm to the COMMON COUNCIL. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  8. Confirmed
    Appointment

    Report of the Mayor submitting alder committee appointments.

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Confirm. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  9. Presidential Business
    Report

    Confirming the Madison Common Council meeting formats through September 24, 2024: 6/4/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201) 6/18/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201) 7/2/24 - Virtual 7/16/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201) 8/6/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201) 9/10/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201) 9/24/24 - Hybrid (Virtual & CCB 201)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Accept. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  10. Confirmed
    Appointment

    Report of the Common Council President submitting an alder committee appointment to Ethics Board

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Confirm. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  11. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Cityโ€™s execution of a lease to allow the use of a portion of City-owned property located at 25 Burrows Road, commonly known as Burrows Park, by the Mendota Yacht Club, Inc. (District 12)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in opposition.

    Attachments
  12. Report of Officer
    Appointment

    Approving Park Commission Present Member and Resident Appointments to the Subcommittees of the Board of Park Commissioners

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Confirm under suspension of MGO 2.055 (14 votes required). The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  13. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Cityโ€™s execution of a Purchase and Sale Agreement between Starkweather, LLC, and the City of Madison for the disposal of City-owned vacant land located at 3614 Milwaukee Street. (District 15)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There were 2 registrants in support.

    Attachments
  14. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting street improvements (sidewalk) constructed by Private Contract In 4612 Hammersley Road, Private Contract No. 9019 (District 10).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in opposition.

    Attachments
  15. Passed
    Resolution

    Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the N. Rusk Avenue Assessment District - 2025 (District 14).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  16. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (excluding bituminous surface pavement) constructed by Private Contract in Northeast Addition to Grandview Commons Phase 2, Private Contract No. 8341 (District 3).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  17. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving Revised Plans and Specifications for Stevens Street Resurfacing Assessment District - 2024 (District 5)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  18. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (excluding bituminous surface pavement) constructed by Private Contract In Village at Autumn Lake - Phase 11, Private Contract No. 8976 (District 17).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  19. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Madison Water Utility, Olin Ave. Administrative Building Roof Replacement (District 14)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  20. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving plans and specifications for public improvements necessary for the project known as Luds Ln and Femrite Dr CSM and authorizing construction to be undertaken by the Developer, Private Contract No. 9481 (District 16)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  21. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute an Intergovernmental Agreement Relating to the transfer of Sanitary Sewer Improvements for the RIK Sanitary Sewer Extension from the City of Madison to The Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District (District 9).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  22. Passed
    Resolution

    Awarding Public Works Contract No. 9497, Streets West Facility HVAC and Lighting Upgrade (District 14)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  23. Granted
    License

    Report of Operator License Applications May 21, 2024. See attached report for list of operators.

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Grant. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  24. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (excluding bituminous surface pavement) constructed by Private Contract In Southern Addition to Birchwood Point - Phase 6, Private Contract No. 9217 (District 9).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  25. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting sanitary sewer, storm sewer, and street improvements (excluding bituminous surface pavement) constructed by Private Contract in Village at Autumn Lake - Phase 13, Private Contract No. 9100 (District 17).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  26. Passed
    Resolution

    Amending the Community Development Authority Redevelopment (CDA) 2024 Adopted Operating Budget to finance Triangle Redevelopment preconstruction costs up to $800,000 from fund balance (District 13)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt - 15 Votes Required. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  27. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by James and Gailann Noltner located at 318-322 Clear Pond Way (District 9).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  28. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Willow Partners, LLC located at 702-734 E Washington Avenue (District 6).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  29. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Cubetti Properties, LLC located at 1219 Regent Street (District 13).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  30. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Wisconsin Housing Development Corp. located at 1233 Regent Street (District 13).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  31. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Parks Division to submit, and if awarded, to accept a grant of $4,000,000 from the State of Wisconsin Grants for Local Projects Program for the Breese Stevens Field Improvement Project and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a contract with the State of Wisconsin to accept the grant award; and amending the 2024 Adopted Capital Budget of the Economic Development Division and the Parks Division. (District 6)

    A motion was made by Tishler, seconded by Evers, to Re-refer to the FINANCE COMMITTEE,. The motion failed by the following vote:

    Attachments
  32. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign a contract with Baker Tilly US, LLP for independent external audit services for fiscal years 2024, 2025, and 2026 with an option to extend the contract for two subsequent fiscal years 2027 and 2028.

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  33. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution authorizing the noncompetitive purchase of $108,074 in goods from Masabi for the purchase of mounting stanchions for Metroโ€™s new farebox readers (JRVโ€™s) not accounted for in the original contract

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  34. Passed
    Resolution

    Providing Urban Community Arts Network, Ltd. (UCAN) a $30,000 grant for a โ€œMadLitโ€ program on the 100 Block of State Street using American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) Small Business Equity and Recovery Program (SBER) funds and authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign an agreement with UCAN for that purpose. (District 4)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.

  35. Passed
    Resolution

    A Resolution authorizing a sole source contract between Stryker Sales Corporation - Medical Division (Stryker) as the only contractor who can perform annual preventative maintenance and service for ambulance power cot and power load systems. (Citywide)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  36. Passed
    Resolution

    Amending RES-24-00215 (File No. 82309) to Authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Dane County for cost sharing of a water transmission pipeline from Savannah Road to Secret Garden Drive. (District 16)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

  37. Passed
    Resolution

    Amending the Community Development Authority (CDA) Redevelopment Division's 2024 Adopted Capital Budget to authorize up to $1.0 million of additional GO Borrowing for construction financing of the Theresa Terrace redevelopment. (District 20)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt - 15 Votes Required. The motion passed by the following vote:

  38. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing an assignment and assumption of the City of Madison Affordable Housing Fund loans, made by the City to Heartland Housing, Inc. to help finance affordable housing developments at 715 Rethke Avenue and 7933 Tree Lane, to Cinnaire Solutions Corporation, or an affiliate LLC. (District 9 & District 12)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.

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  39. Passed
    Resolution

    Authorizing a grant of up to $1,527,600 to Cinnaire Solutions Corporation, to be drawn from funds authorized under the American Rescue Plan Act, for its use in acquiring and rehabilitating the properties at 715 Rethke Avenue and 7933 Tree Lane and preserving their long-term affordability for persons with household incomes at or below 60% of the County Median Income. (District 12 and District 9)

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.

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  40. Passed
    Resolution

    Accepting the Community Development Division (CDD) โ€œOlder Adult Services 2024 Policy Concept Paperโ€ as the basis for structuring and conducting a Request for Proposals (RFP) process, and authorizing the CDD to undertake this process and recommend, for approval by the Common Council, a funding allocation plan regarding awards and contracts that will take effect on January 1, 2025 (Citywide).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  41. Filed
    Resolution

    Re-approving the preliminary plat of Herrling Property Subdivision on property generally addressed as 10252-10554 Mineral Point Road (District 9).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Place On File Without Prejudice. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

    Attachments
  42. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving the revised preliminary plat of Midpoint Meadows on property addressed as 2150 Marty Road, 7751 Mid Town Road, and 7342-7762 Raymond Road (District 1).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt with Conditions. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.

    Attachments
  43. Passed
    Resolution

    Approving the final plat of Midpoint Meadows on property addressed as 2150 Marty Road, 7751 Mid Town Road, and 7342-7762 Raymond Road (District 1).

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Adopt with Conditions. The motion passed by voice vote/other.

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  44. Disallowed
    Claim

    A. Lowrey - Vehicle Damage - $1,900.00

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Disallow. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.

  45. Disallowed
    Claim

    M. Goeser - Property Damage - $3,000.00

    A motion was made by Figueroa Cole, seconded by Duncan, to Disallow. The motion passed by voice vote/other. There was 1 registrant in support.