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Apr, 2019

*Special Meeting - Retreat*
Name DetailsStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
VACANCY Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 12/31/9999
3/7/2018     Mayor/Council Confirms
VACANCY Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/20/2021
3/12/2019 4/20/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Bethany L. Matson Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/20/2021
3/19/2019 4/20/2021   Mayor/Council Confirms
Caitlin D. Badsing Common Council or Citizen Member
Termed-out: 4/21/2020
3/7/2017 4/21/2020   Mayor/Council Confirms
Danielle A. Dieringer Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/21/2020
5/2/2017 4/21/2020   Mayor/Council Confirms
Donna V. Moreland Common Council Member
Termed-out: 4/20/2021
4/16/2019 4/20/2021 Mayor/Council Confirms
Melanie G. Ramey Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/20/2021
2/23/2016 4/20/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Richelle R. Andrae Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/21/2020
10/17/2017 4/21/2020   Mayor/Council Confirms
Sheray L. Wallace Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/21/2020
10/3/2017 4/21/2020   Mayor/Council Confirms
Zach A. Madden Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/21/2020
7/7/2015 4/21/2020   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Sec. 39.03 (10) - 1) Study the existence, character, causes and extent of denial of equal opportunity because of sex, race, religion, color, national origin or ancestry, age, handicap, marital status, source of income, arrest or conviction record, less than honorable discharge, physical appearance, sexual orientation, domestic partnership, familial status, political beliefs, retaliation, Social Security Number, or the fact that a person is a student, or a member of a domestic partnership as defined in the ordinances; 2) informally recommend solutions to individual problems that may arise which involve the denial of equal opportunities because of above-listed; 3) disseminate information and provide technical assistance, consultation, training programs, and other techniques to educate the people of the City of Madison and to aid private and public agencies to use their resources to promote equal opportunities for all persons; 4) receive and initiate complaints alleging violation of this ordinance and attempt to eliminate or remedy any violation by means of conciliation, persuasion, education, litigation, or any other means to make the complainant whole again; 5) test and investigate for the purpose of establishing violations of Sec. 39.03 of these ordinances and, if appropriate, make, sign and file complaints alleging violations; 6) render from time to time, but not less than one year, written report of its activities and recommendations to the mayor and Common Council; 7) adopt such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry out the purpose and provisions of this ordinance; 8) issue subpoena pursuant to State Stats. Sec. 885.01 to assist in the execution of its duties; 9) from time to time designate commissioners and/or Equal Opportunities Division staff to carry out its duties; 10) administer and enforce the Minimum Wage Ordinance.