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VACANCY Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
8/1/2015     Mayor/Council Confirms
VACANCY Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
8/1/2015     Mayor/Council Confirms
VACANCY Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
8/18/2015     Mayor/Council Confirms
Allison L. Miller Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2017
10/21/2014 4/30/2017 allisonleemiller@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Dale W. Hopkins Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
3/5/2013 8/17/2018 dalew.hopkins@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Jeffrey S. Buhrandt Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
9/4/2012 4/30/2018 jbuhrandt@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Kurt Siegel Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2017
9/16/2014 4/30/2017 ksieg@sbcglobal.net   Mayor/Council Confirms
Mark Clear Common Council Member
Termed-out: 4/18/2017
4/21/2009 4/18/2017 district19@cityofmadison.com http://www.city...cil/district19/ Mayor/Council Confirms
Pamela Erlanger Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2017
3/4/2008 4/30/2017 perlange@wisc.edu   Mayor/Council Confirms
Stephanie A. Harrill Adult City Resident
Termed-out: 4/30/2018
10/21/2014 4/30/2018 stephanie.harrill@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Section 39.04 - a) Recommend policy to mayor, Council & Dept of Civil Rights in all areas that affect people with disabilities and their families; b) study and make recommendations to all city depts/boards/committees & commissions on proposals to provide better access to facilities & services for people with disabilities and their families; c) monitor & report violations of city ordinances and state laws pertaining to citizens with disabilities to the appropriate agency; d) solicit comments and suggestions from citizens & organized groups regarding the concerns of citizens with disabilities; e) establish close working relationships with other city boards/commissions & committees whose activities may affect people with disabilities. Effective 8-13-2015, per ORD-15-00086, File ID# 39379, the Commission on People with Disabilities has been renamed to read as the Disability Rights Commission.