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VACANCY City Resident
Three-year term. (90 days added per MGO 33.01) Member shall be resident of the City of Madison of legal voting age.
Termed-out: 3/31/2021
7/1/2018 3/31/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Alan Ginsberg City Resident
Three-year term. Member shall be resident of the City of Madison of legal voting age.
Termed-out: 3/31/2021
10/20/2015 3/31/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Bryan J. Daggett Alternate Member
Termed-out: 3/31/2021
1/16/2018 3/31/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Louisa C. Schwartz City Resident
Three-year term. Member shall be resident of the City of Madison of legal voting age.
Termed-out: 3/31/2021
1/16/2018 3/31/2021     Mayor/Council Confirms
Michael E. Verveer Finance Committee Member
Two-year term. Position requires an alderperson who serves concurrently as an appointed member of the Finance Committee (formerly the Board of Estimates).
Termed-out: 4/16/2019
4/18/2017 4/16/2019 district4@cityofmadison.com http://www.city...ncil/district4/ Mayor/Council Confirms
Thomas J. Gundersen Student Representative on the University of Wisconsin-Madison's Labor Licensing Committee
Termed-out: 3/31/2021
1/16/2018 3/31/2021 thundersen08@gmail.com   Mayor/Council Confirms
ORD--05-00162, ID 01665, approved by Council 10-11-2005. Madison General Ordinance Sec. 4.25 - Ensure that City procurement of apparel is made from responsible contractors and vendors who agree to adhere to the minimum employment standards required in the ordinance and to require their subcontractors and third-party suppliers to do the same so that all employees involved in the City's procurement may be afforded the opportunity to a fair, humane work environment as described in the ordinance. The committee is created for the purpose of ongoing evaluation and assistance in the application of the ordinance and the furtherance of its purpose. Annually the committee shall provide the Council with a report describing any suggested recommendations regarding the ordinance and communicate with other governmental units to encourage similar policies to further increase the effectiveness of the ordinance in achieving its policy goals.