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File #: 43883    Version: 1 Name: Discussion Item: Common Council Executive Committee Charge & Purpose - Council President Marsha Rummel
Type: Discussion Item Status: Filed
File created: 5/8/2017 In control: COMMON COUNCIL EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
On agenda: Final action: 7/11/2017
Enactment date: Enactment #:
Title: Discussion Item: Common Council Executive Committee Charge & Purpose - Council President Marsha Rummel
Attachments: 1. 33.13 CCEC.pdf, 2. 7.13 County Board Executive Committee.pdf, 3. Minneapolis Executive Committee.pdf, 4. LaCrosse Executive Committee.pdf
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Discussion Item: Common Council Executive Committee Charge & Purpose - Council President Marsha Rummel

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Review and Recommendation of City Policy. The Common Council Executive Committee may receive referrals of ordinances, resolutions and reports from the Common Council, may hold public hearings, and may make reports and recommendations on matters so referred.

Review of Legislation. The Committee shall:
1. Participate in the development of a City of Madison state legislative agenda and make recommendations to the Council and the Mayor as to agenda priorities. The legislative agenda would identify the City’s legislative goals for the session, some of which may be submitted for introduction to the Legislature.

2. Study proposed legislation affecting the City and make recommendations to the Council and the Mayor for positions to be taken by the City on selected
legislation. In those instances where prompt action is required and time and circumstances do not permit adoption of a position on specific legislation, the
Mayor is authorized to act in a manner consistent with the City’s legislative agenda.

3. Design strategies and make recommendations to the Council to directly involve the Council members in communicating Council positions to the Dane County State Legislative delegation on specific issues or legislation.

4. Receive reports from the City’s Legislative Analyst regarding the status of the City’s legislative agenda and other legislation.

5. Make periodic reports to the Council pertaining to legislative matters.

6. Conduct studies and make recommendations to the Council and the Mayor relative to state or federal legislative issues which may have an impact on City government.

7. Examine federal legislation or issues which might have significant direct impact on City government.

8. Review proposed legislative agenda from Special Committees.

(c) The Common Council Executive Committee shall serve as the Administrative Review Board under Sec. 9.4...

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