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File #: 53278    Version: 1 Name: neighborhood conference expenditures
Type: Resolution Status: Passed
File created: 9/25/2018 In control: Department of Planning and Community and Economic Development
On agenda: 10/30/2018 Final action: 10/30/2018
Enactment date: 11/5/2018 Enactment #: RES-18-00771
Title: Amending the 2018 Planning Division Operating Budget to authorize total neighborhood conference expenditures to exceed the $19,500 allocated in the 2018 Operating Budget and to accept private contributions and registration fees to be used to offset additional neighborhood conference expenses.
Sponsors: Paul R. Soglin
Fiscal Note
The proposed resolution will amend Planning’s 2018 Adopted Operating Budget by appropriating an additional $20,000 to cover the total cost of the 2018 Citywide Neighborhood Conference scheduled to take place on November 17, 2018. The 2018 Adopted Operating Budget includes $19,500 for this conference, the additional $20,000 will bring the total budget authority for the conference to $49,500. This additional appropriation is expected to be supported by registrations fees for the conference and private contributions and donations.
Title
Amending the 2018 Planning Division Operating Budget to authorize total neighborhood conference expenditures to exceed the $19,500 allocated in the 2018 Operating Budget and to accept private contributions and registration fees to be used to offset additional neighborhood conference expenses.
Body
WHEREAS it is to the benefit of the City of Madison and its residents to have a system of strong, viable, and healthy neighborhoods; and

WHEREAS the City of Madison takes great pride in its commitment to strong and inclusive neighborhoods, neighborhood and resident associations, and community-based organizations; and

WHEREAS the City of Madison recognizes the need for the continued development and capacity building of neighborhood and resident leaders; and

WHEREAS the City of Madison has sponsored Citywide Neighborhood Conference or Neighborhood Roundtables since 1996 to facilitate the sharing of information and experiences, networking amongst community leaders from across the City, and the development of partnerships between neighborhood organizations, government and the private sector; and

WHEREAS the 2018 Neighborhood Conference will solicit input on what is important to neighborhood leaders in their grassroots efforts, provide various workshops ranging from organizational capacity to working with city government, and allow for sharing of successful activities and projects undertaken by community leaders; and

WHERE...

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