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Name DetailsStart DateEnd DateE-mailWeb SiteAppointed By
VACANCY Design Professional
Termed-out: 6/30/2018
3/26/2017     Mayor/Council Confirms
Amanda Hall Common Council Member
Termed-out: 4/16/2019
4/18/2017 4/16/2019 district3@cityofmadison.com http://www.city...ncil/district3/ Mayor/Council Confirms
Cliff Goodhart Registered Architect
Three-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2018
7/3/2012 6/30/2018 cliffg@eua.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
Dawn O. O'Kroley Registered Architect
Termed-out: 6/30/2020
9/2/2008 6/30/2020 dokroley@dorschnerassociates.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
John A. Harrington Graduate Landscape Architect
Three-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2019
7/6/2010 6/30/2019 jaharrin@wisc.edu   Mayor/Council Confirms
Lois H. Braun-Oddo Registered Architect
Three-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2020
7/19/2016 6/30/2020 lois.braudoddo@dot.wi.gov   Mayor/Council Confirms
Michael J. Rosenblum Alternate Member
One-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2020
7/21/2015 6/30/2020 michaeljrosenblum@yahoo.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
R. Richard Wagner Citizen Member
Three-year term. NOTE: Council approved appointment on 9-18-07; mayor signed proceedings on 9-20; start date shows mayoral approval date rather than council appointment date as there was a 9-19 UDC meeting and Mr. Wagner's appointment wasn't official until 9-20.
Termed-out: 6/30/2019
9/20/2007 6/30/2019     Mayor/Council Confirms
Rafeeq D. Asad Design Professional
Three-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2019
7/19/2016 6/30/2019     Mayor/Council Confirms
Thomas A. DeChant Citizen Member
Three-year term.
Termed-out: 6/30/2019
2/4/2014 6/30/2019 tdmadtown@charter.net   Mayor/Council Confirms
Madison General Ordinance Sec. 33.24 - To assure the highest quality of design for all public and private projects in the city; protect and improve the general appearance of all buildings, structures, landscaping and open areas in the city; encourage the protection of economic values and proper use of properties; encourage and promote a high quality in the design of new buildings, developments, remodeling and additions so as to maintain and improve the established standards of property values within the city; foster civic pride in the beauty and nobler assets of the city and, in all other ways possible, assure a functionally efficient and visually attractive city in the future.