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File #: 25433    Version: 1 Name: 9781 Carpenter Ridgeway Little Libraries
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 2/21/2012 In control: BOARD OF PUBLIC WORKS
On agenda: 3/20/2012 Final action: 3/20/2012
Enactment date: 3/23/2012 Enactment #: RES-12-00196
Title: Authorizing the Common Council to accept ownership from the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association of two “Little Libraries” located within the Lexington Avenue right of way and the Starkweather Creek bike path corridor, as well as a neighborhood entrance sign located within the Burke Avenue right of way.
Sponsors: Larry Palm
Attachments: 1. 9781 Exhibit A-Library Map.pdf, 2. 9781 Exhibit B-Library.pdf, 3. 9781 Exhibit C-Sign Map.pdf, 4. 9781 Exhibit D-Sign.pdf
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Title
Authorizing the Common Council to accept ownership from the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association of two “Little Libraries” located within the Lexington Avenue right of way and the Starkweather Creek bike path corridor, as well as a neighborhood entrance sign located within the Burke Avenue right of way.
Body
WHEREAS, the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association wishes to install and maintain two “Little Libraries”; one located near the northeast corner of East Washington Avenue and the 3300 block of Lexington Avenue, and the other located in the Starkweather Creek bike path corridor, as shown on Exhibit A and depicted on Exhibit B; and

WHEREAS, the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association also wishes to install and maintain a neighborhood sign on the south side of the 3300 block of Burke Avenue near the intersection of Gannon Avenue, within an existing permitted neighborhood garden area, as shown on Exhibit C and depicted on Exhibit D; and

WHEREAS, representatives from the offices of the City Attorney, Building Inspection, Engineering, Planning, Traffic Engineering and Risk Management have reviewed this request and conditionally approved of the placement of the Little Libraries and the neighborhood entrance sign; and

WHEREAS, the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association will transfer ownership of the Little Libraries and neighborhood entrance sign to the City after they have been installed.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Common Council of the City of Madison accepts ownership from the Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association of two “Little Libraries” located within the Lexington Avenue right of way and the Starkweather Creek bike path corridor, as well as a neighborhood entrance sign located within the Burke Avenue right of way, all as depicted on attached Exhibits A, B, C & D; subject to the following conditions:

1. The Carpenter-Ridgeway Neighborhood Association shall obtain letters...

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