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File #: 15540    Version: 1 Name: 9226 Burr Oaks Neighborhood Senior Housing Plan
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 7/28/2009 In control: BOARD OF ESTIMATES (ended 4/2017)
On agenda: 9/1/2009 Final action: 9/1/2009
Enactment date: 9/3/2009 Enactment #: RES-09-00733
Title: Authorizing Common Council to accept and adopt the Burr Oaks Neighborhood Senior Housing Plan.
Sponsors: Tim Bruer
Attachments: 1. 9226 Burr Oaks Senior Housing Plan - FINAL.pdf, 2. Concept Plans 081709.pdf, 3. Registration Forms.pdf
Fiscal Note
The Adopted 2009 Capital Budget for the Planning, Community and Economic Development Department authorizes expenditures of up to $3,000,000 (Project No. 14, "TID 38 - Badger/Ann/Park St.", Account No. 823801) for this project. No additional appropriation is required.
Title
Authorizing Common Council to accept and adopt the Burr Oaks Neighborhood Senior Housing Plan.
Body
In the autumn of 1999, the City of Madison Common Council recommended the South Madison neighborhood as its next neighborhood planning area. Following this, in 2000, the South Metropolitan Planning Council undertook a visioning process to identify unrecognized potential for the entire length of Park Street. This effort produced a document called Park Street: Possibilities to Reality. This effort led to a multi-year effort to continue the revitalization of the South Madison neighborhood area. Multiple planning projects and documents have been undertaken including: Park Street Revitalization: Opportunities to Reality Report, Park Street Urban Design Guidelines, Badger-Ann-Park Redevelopment District Plan, Penn Park Master Plan, Wingra Creek BUILD Grant, Wingra Creek Parkway Master Plan, Achieving the Vision: Implementation Strategies to Achieve Redevelopment Within the Greater South Madison Area, and South Madison Neighborhood Plan.

Both of the most recent planning documents, Achieving the Vision: Implementation Strategies to Achieve Redevelopment Within the Greater South Madison Area and the South Madison Neighborhood Plan make specific references to expanding the housing options for seniors within the South Park Street area. The South Madison Neighborhood Plan, adopted in January 2005, cites as Goal 5.6 ā€œEnsure the availability of quality, senior housing within or adjacent to the neighborhood.ā€ In Achieving the Vision: Implementation Strategies to Achieve Redevelopment Within the Greater South Madison Area, the area bounded by Hughes Place, Cypress Way, and Badger Road...

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