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Meeting Name: COMMON COUNCIL Agenda status: Approved
Meeting date/time: 3/29/2011 6:30 PM Minutes status: Approved  
Meeting location: 210 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. Room 201 (City-County Building)
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21868 11.Congratulating the Madison Memorial High School Boys Basketball Team on winning the 2011 State WIAA Division 1 Title.ResolutionSUBSTITUTE - Congratulating the Madison Memorial High School Boys Basketball Team on winning the 2011 State WIAA Division 1 Title.Adopt Under Suspension of Rules 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, and 2.25Pass Action details Not available
15932 22.Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Separate AmendmentPass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt With Friendly AmendmentPass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Friendly Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Friendly Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Place On FilePass Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
15932 3 Repeal/Recreate Chap 28OrdinanceAMENDED SUBSTITUTE Adopting and confirming amendments to the Madison General Ordinances as set forth in attached Exhibit F pursuant to Sec. 66.0103, Wis. Stats. to revise the City’s Zoning Ordinance.Adopt With Amendment(s)Pass Action details Not available
21170 13.Rezone 5402 World Dairy DriveOrdinanceCreating Section 28.06(2)(a)3522. of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property from PUD(GDP) Planned Unit Development (General Development Plan) District to PUD(SIP) Planned Unit Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District. Proposed Use: Construct 31,000 square-foot office/laboratory building with attached greenhouse. 16th Aldermanic District; 5402 World Dairy Drive.Adopt UnanimouslyPass Action details Not available
21463 14. LicensePublic Hearing - New License Wood Dragon Inc. • dba Amy's Cafe & Bar 414 W Gilman St • Agent: Richard Brahmer Estimated Capacity: 80 indoors Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 45% alcohol, 55% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 403 • Density AreaGrant with Condition(s) and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21502 15. LicensePublic Hearing - New License Charleys of Madison LLC • dba Charleys 122 State St • Agent: Gavin Langhammer • Estimated Capacity: 113 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 60% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 406 • Density AreaGrant with Condition(s) and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21503 16. LicensePublic Hearing - New License Mohammed ATA Hinnawi • dba Nile Restaurant 6119 Odana Rd • Agent: Mohammed Hinnawi • Estimated Capacity: 88 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 10% alcohol, 90% food Aldermanic District 19 (Alder Clear) • Police Sector 113Grant and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21505 17. LicensePublic Hearing - New License HML LLC • dba Electric Earth Cafe 546 W Washington Ave • Agent: Sean Lee • Estimated Capacity: 90 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 20% alcohol, 80% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 404 • Density AreaGrant with Condition(s) and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21641 18.Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For Prairie Hill Road Sewer and Water Assessment District - 2011.ResolutionApproving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For Prairie Hill Road Sewer and Water Assessment District - 2011.Adopt and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21642 19.Approving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For W. Main Street, Brittingham Place, Rodney Court Assessment District - 2011.ResolutionApproving Plans, Specifications, And Schedule Of Assessments For W. Main Street, Brittingham Place, Rodney Court Assessment District - 2011.Adopt and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21500 110.Auto Title Loan BusinessOrdinanceAmending Sec. 28.03(2) of the Madison General Ordinances to change the definition of auto title loan business.Adopt and Close the Public HearingPass Action details Not available
21685 111.3-29-2011 Citizen committee appointmentsAppointmentReport of the Mayor submitting citizen committee appointments (introduced 3-15-2011; action 3-29-2011).ConfirmPass Action details Not available
21783 112.Board of Assessors appointments dated March 17, 2011.AppointmentBoard of Assessors appointments dated March 17, 2011.ConfirmPass Action details Not available
21481 113.To approve the Madison Sustainability Plan.ResolutionTo approve the Madison Sustainability Plan.ReferredPass Action details Not available
21396 114. LicenseChange of Licensed Premise Sammy Aziz LLC • dba ZuZu Cafe • Capacity: 48 1336 Drake St • Agent: Robert Shapiro Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 35% alcohol, 65% food Aldermanic District 13 (Alder Kerr) • Police Sector 303 Expansion of outdoor seating.GrantPass Action details Not available
21411 115. LicenseChange of Agent Madison Turners Inc • dba Madison Turners • 3001 S Stoughton Rd New Agent: Richard Blatter Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food Aldermanic District 16 (Alder Compton) • Police Sector 619GrantPass Action details Not available
21663 116. LicenseChange of Corporate Control Wadsworth Old Chicago, Inc • dba Old Chicago 7202 Mineral Point Rd • Agent: Charissa Bratt Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 63% alcohol, 37% food Aldermanic District 9 (Alder Skidmore) • Police Sector 125 3 new officersGrantPass Action details Not available
21667 117. LicenseChange of Licensed Premise Joseph Vale • dba Tiki Shack • Capacity: 51 Address 126 State St • Agent: Joseph Vale Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 20% alcohol, 80% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 406 Change from one dining room to two, addition of 15'X9' kitchen.GrantPass Action details Not available
21673 118. LicenseChange of Licensed Premise Echo Tap, Inc • dba Echo Tap & Grill • Capacity:125 554 W Main St • Agent: Patrick Rynes Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 65% alcohol, 35% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 404 Addition of an outdoor seating areaGrant With Condition(s)Pass Action details Not available
21674 119. License21+ Entertainment License HML, LLC • dba Electric Earth Cafe • Capacity: 90 546 W Washington Ave • Agent: Sean Lee Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 20% alcohol, 80% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 404Grant With Condition(s)Pass Action details Not available
21869 120.3/23/2011 OperatorsLicenseAlcohol License Review Committee Report of Operator License Applications March 23, 2011. See attached report for list of operators.GrantPass Action details Not available
20987 121.ConveyancesOrdinanceCreating Section 40.115 of the Madison General Ordinances to require that all conveyances be maintained at all times except when the conveyance is undergoing routine testing or maintenance.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21401 122.Inspection feesOrdinanceAmending Secs. 7.56(1), 10.41(1), 17.13(1), 18.01(3), 19.08(1)(c), 22.05(6), 23.57(1), 24.13(1), 27.09(5)(a), 28.12(13)(f)1., 29.15(5), 30.01(13)(a), 31.04(4)(c)1. and 37.12(7)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to increase Building Inspection compliance inspection fees.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21021 123.Contract with the University of Wisconsin Survey Center to administer annual resident satisfaction surveys in 2011, 2012 and 2013.ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into contract with the Board of Regents of the University of Wisconsin System on behalf of the University of Wisconsin Survey Center to administer annual resident satisfaction surveys in 2011, 2012 and 2013.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21324 124.Authorizing the provision of up to $239,993 in HOME Match funds to Silverstone Partners, Inc. to be used to assist with the acquisition and/or construction of Wingra Commons, a 63 unit rental property located at 1012 Fish Hatchery Rd.ResolutionAuthorizing the provision of up to $239,993 in HOME Match funds to Silverstone Partners, Inc. to be used to assist with the acquisition and/or construction of Wingra Commons, a 63 unit rental property located at 1012 Fish Hatchery Rd.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21572 125.Cyber Safety Initiative - Authorization to Accept DonationsResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor, City Clerk and Chief of Police to accept donations of cash, goods and services for the purpose of addressing the conditions that give rise to public safety issues regarding social networking, cell phones, online gaming, and the Internet (cyber safety).AdoptPass Action details Not available
21598 126.Amending the 2011 Capital Budgets of Engineering Major Streets, Stormwater Utility and Water Utility to allow for the construction of an assessable project for the proposed Genesis subdivision.ResolutionAmending the 2011 Capital Budgets of Engineering Major Streets, Stormwater Utility and Water Utility to allow for the construction of an assessable project for the proposed Genesis subdivision. (16th AD)Adopt - 15 Votes RequiredPass Action details Not available
21254 127.Approving and adopting a Policy for funding the Undergrounding of Overhead Utility Lines.ResolutionApproving and adopting a Policy for funding the Undergrounding of Overhead Utility Lines.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21257 228.A Substitute Resolution Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting an Alternative Relocation Order for the acquisition of land interests required for the construction of South Point Road from Mineral Point Road to 2600 feet south - EngineerinResolutionA Substitute Resolution Determining a Public Purpose and Necessity and adopting an Alternative Relocation Order for the acquisition of land interests required for the construction of South Point Road from Mineral Point Road to 2600 feet south - Engineering Project No. 53W0902. (9th AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21399 129.Amending the Master List of Street Names and Designations and amending the City Engineer’s Street Numbering Map, referred to in Sections 10.34(1) and 10.35, Madison General Ordinances Changing the existing name of Arrowwood (2-W’s) Drive to Arrowood (1ResolutionAmending the Master List of Street Names and Designations and amending the City Engineer’s Street Numbering Map, referred to in Sections 10.34(1) and 10.35, Madison General Ordinances Changing the existing name of Arrowwood (2-W’s) Drive to Arrowood (1-W) Drive from Sheridan Drive to Almo Avenue.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21615 130.Repave/Repair Metro Parking LotResolutionApproving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids to Repave/Repair Metro Transit Employee/Visitor Parking Lot - Contract 6684 (6th AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21643 131.Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for John Nolen Drive Concrete Joint Repair, Contract No. 6629.ResolutionApproving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for John Nolen Drive Concrete Joint Repair, Contract No. 6629.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21644 132.Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids or change order to an existing resurfacing contract for Raymond Road Turn Lane Extension.ResolutionApproving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids or change order to an existing resurfacing contract for Raymond Road Turn Lane Extension.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21648 133.Approving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Hoboken & Fayette Force Main Replacements - 2011, Contract No. 6666.ResolutionApproving plans and specifications and authorizing the Board of Public Works to advertise and receive bids for Hoboken & Fayette Force Main Replacements - 2011, Contract No. 6666. (14th AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21651 134.Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Ridgeway-Schmedeman Drainage 2011.ResolutionDeclaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Ridgeway-Schmedeman Drainage 2011 assessment district.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21653 135.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6637, Storm Sewer with Resurfacing - East.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6637, Storm Sewer with Resurfacing - East.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21654 136.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6550, Regent Street / Monroe Street Intersection - 2010.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6550, Regent Street / Monroe Street Intersection - 2010.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21655 137.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6572, Joylynne Drive & Douglas Trail Assessment District - 2010 Turner Avenue Sidewalk Assessment District - 2010.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6572, Joylynne Drive & Douglas Trail Assessment District - 2010 Turner Avenue Sidewalk Assessment District - 2010.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21656 138.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6603, North Frances Street Resurfacing Assessment District - 2011.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6603, North Frances Street Resurfacing Assessment District - 2011.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21657 139.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6623, North Carroll Street & West Dayton Street Assessment District - 2011.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6623, North Carroll Street & West Dayton Street Assessment District - 2011.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21658 140.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6647, Park Landscaping / Land Management.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6647, Park Landscaping / Land Management.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21659 141.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6595, Sidewalk & Curb & Gutter, Citywide Installation & Repair - 2011.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6595, Sidewalk & Curb & Gutter, Citywide Installation & Repair - 2011.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21660 142.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6635, Resurfacing 2011 - Pavement & Asphalt Paving.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6635, Resurfacing 2011 - Pavement & Asphalt Paving.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21661 143.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6645, Street Tree Installation - 2011.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6645, Street Tree Installation - 2011.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21662 144.Awarding Public Works Contract No. 6521, University Avenue, Highland Avenue, Van Hise Avenue, Walnut Street Reconstruction Assessment Distict - 2011.ResolutionAwarding Public Works Contract No. 6521, University Avenue, Highland Avenue, Van Hise Avenue, Walnut Street Reconstruction Assessment Distict - 2011.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21664 145.Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for state review services for preliminary engineering for East Johnson Street.ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with the State of Wisconsin Department of Transportation for state review services for preliminary engineering for East Johnson Street. (2nd AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21696 146.9572 Don Miller Parking Lease ResolutionResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a lease between the City of Madison and East Washington LLC to provide an off-street temporary parking location during the reconstruction of Williamson Street.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21704 147.Declaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Pickford Street and Stang Street Reconstruction Assessment District - 2011.ResolutionDeclaring the City of Madison's intention to exercise its police powers establishing the Pickford Street and Stang Street Reconstruction Assessment District - 2011. (10th & 12th ADs)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21705 148.Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, and Charter Communications for the under grounding of overhead utilities on E. Dayton St. and N. Webster St.ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, and Charter Communications for the under grounding of overhead utilities on East Dayton Street and North Webster Street (4th AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21710 149.Improvements accepted for Sherman Terrace Condominium Association Water Main Replacement - 2009, Contract 6381ResolutionImprovements accepted for Sherman Terrace Condominium Association Water Main Replacement - 2009, Contract 6381. (2nd AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21712 150.Assessing Benefits - Sherman Terrace Condominium Association Water Main Replacement 2009.ResolutionAssessing Benefits - Sherman Terrace Condominium Association Water Main Replacement 2009.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21738 151.Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, AT&T and Charter Communications for the under grounding of overhead utilities N. Frances St.ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, AT&T and Charter Communications for the under grounding of overhead utilities North Frances Street. (4th AD)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21682 152.Sound Amplification AreasOrdinanceAmending Section 24.04(3) of the Madison General Ordinances to create two new sound amplification permit areas, authorize the Park Commission to establish sound amplification permit fees, and clarify the application process for sound amplification permits.Adopt UnanimouslyPass Action details Not available
21402 153.Bicycle Traffic SignalsOrdinanceCreating Secs. 12.76(5), (6), and (7) and Sec. 12.79(8) and amending Sec. 1.08(3)(a) of the Madison General Ordinances to regulate bicycle traffic through bicycle-specific traffic control signals and to establish a bail deposit for violations.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21722 154.CSM 3010 Nob HillResolutionApproving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Jeffrey C. & Marvin J. Levy located at 3010 Nob Hill Road. 14th Ald. Dist.Adopt Under Suspension of Rules 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, and 2.25Pass Action details Not available
21723 155.CSM 414 Grand CanyonResolutionApproving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by Lucky Redheads, LLC and 414 Grand Canyon, LLC located at 414 Grand Canyon Drive and 6701 Mineral Point Road. 19th Ald. Dist.Adopt Under Suspension of Rules 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, and 2.25Pass Action details Not available
21724 156.CSM 1116-1126 W. Dayton StreetResolutionApproving a Certified Survey Map of property owned by the University of Wisconsin Board of Regents located at 1116-1126 W. Dayton Street and 201 N. Charter Street. 8th Ald. Dist.Adopt Under Suspension of Rules 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, and 2.25Pass Action details Not available
20837 157.CLAIM: D. Saxby, American Family Insurance Group, for J. Padgham, 7603 Widgeon Way, Madison, 53717 - vehicle damage - $2,473.05.ClaimD. Saxby, American Family Insurance Group, for J. Padgham, 7603 Widgeon Way, Madison, 53717 - vehicle damage - $2,473.05.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21535 158.CLAIM: R. Vorpahl, 1603 Drotning Rd., Stoughton, 53589 - vehicle damage - $507.12.ClaimR. Vorpahl, 1603 Drotning Rd., Stoughton, 53589 - vehicle damage - $507.12.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21536 159.CLAIM: R. Perno, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. for M. Prusha, 1506 Bradford Bay, Waunakee, 53597 - vehicle damage - $7,748.52.ClaimR. Perno, State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Co. for M. Prusha, 1506 Bradford Bay, Waunakee, 53597 - vehicle damage - $7,748.52.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21565 160.CLAIM: D. Schmidt, 4306 E. MH Townline Rd., Milton, 53563 - personal injury - $75,000.00.ClaimD. Schmidt, 4306 E. MH Townline Rd., Milton, 53563 - personal injury - $75,000.00.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21581 161.CLAIM: H. Khazai, 22 Prairie Hill Ct., Madison, 53719 - property damage - $3820.00.ClaimH. Khazai, 22 Prairie Hill Ct., Madison, 53719 - property damage - $3820.00.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21602 162.CLAIM: D. Dohm, W10372 Hwy. 60, Lodi, 53555 - property damage - $566.88.ClaimD. Dohm, W10372 Hwy. 60, Lodi, 53555 - property damage - $566.88.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21666 163.CLAIM: N. Miller, 1044 N. Pleasant View Rd., #201, Middleton, 53562 - vehicle damage - $199.20.ClaimN. Miller, 1044 N. Pleasant View Rd., #201, Middleton, 53562 - vehicle damage - $199.20.DisallowPass Action details Not available
21647 164.9571 TLE Town of MiddletonResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute a temporary limited easement for sloping and grading purposes to the Town of Middleton for the reconstruction of a portion of Old Sauk Road.AdoptPass Action details Not available
19916 265.Incumbent's permitted expensesOrdinance2nd SUBSTITUTE Amending Sec. 3.35(6)(h) and creating Secs. 3.35(6)(i) and (j) of the Madison General Ordinances to establish conditions and procedures for a third party to pay for incumbent’s permitted expenses.AdoptPass Action details Not available
20900 166.Amending the 2011 Adopted Operating Budget to Reappropriate $507,248 from Direct Appropriation to Capital to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.ResolutionAmending the 2011 Adopted Operating Budget to Reappropriate $507,248 from Direct Appropriation to Capital to the Affordable Housing Trust Fund.Adopt - 15 Votes RequiredFail Action details Not available
21104 267.SECOND SUBSTITUTE Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, Charter Communications, AT&T, US Signal and TDS for installation of conduit for the future undergrounding of overhead utilities on Williamson Street (Blount to BrearlResolutionSECOND SUBSTITUTE Amending the 2011 Capital Budget for Engineering-Major Streets to fund the undergrounding of overhead utilities on Williamson Street (Blount Street to Paterson Street), increasing the budget authority for assessments for the reconstruction of Williamson Street and a Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to execute agreements with MG&E, Charter Communications, AT&T, US Signal and TDS for undergrounding installation of conduit for the future undergrounding of overhead utilities on Williamson Street (Blount to Brearly). (6th AD)Re-referPass Action details Not available
21515 168.9401 Central Library Lease - 316 W. Washington AveResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a lease at 316 West Washington Avenue for the temporary relocation of the City of Madison’s Central Public Library.Place On File Without PrejudicePass Action details Not available
21551 169.To extend the closing hours at Olbrich Botanical Gardens to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, 2011 for the 24th annual Rhapsody in Bloom benefit dinner and dance.ResolutionTo extend the closing hours at Olbrich Botanical Gardens to 11:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 18, 2011 for the 24th annual Rhapsody in Bloom benefit dinner and dance. ADs 6 & 15AdoptPass Action details Not available
21556 170.To commemorate the 41st anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2011, to proclaim April 23, 2011 as Earth Day Clean-up Day and endorsing and encouraging citizen participation in the clean-up events at City of Madison Parks.ResolutionTo commemorate the 41st anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2011, to proclaim April 23, 2011 as Earth Day Clean-up Day and endorsing and encouraging citizen participation in the clean-up events at City of Madison Parks. (Various ADs)AdoptPass Action details Not available
21586 171.Glass-Free Zone 2011ResolutionEstablishing a Glass-Free Zone for the West mifflin Street area 8:00 a.m. on April 30, 2011 through 6:00 a.m. on May 1, 2011AdoptPass Action details Not available
21725 172.Supporting federal funding of Community Action Agency programs.ResolutionSupporting federal funding of Community Action Agency programs.AdoptPass Action details Not available
21734 173.Requesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employeesResolutionRequesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employees and officials other than members of the Capitol or University Police Department.Adopt the Following Amendment(s)Fail Action details Not available
21734 2 Requesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employeesResolutionRequesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employees and officials other than members of the Capitol or University Police Department.Adopt With Friendly AmendmentPass Action details Not available
21803 274.Non Reps Wage Increase Avoid Layoff PolicyResolutionA resolution providing An ALTERNATE to resolution number 21803 to provide For A Wage Increase in the Last Pay Period of 2013, and Establishing a Policy on Avoidance of Layoffs for Non-represented employees. , and to provide a temporary wage adjustment of 5% for non-represented employees to offset the WRS contribution if/when it is imposed by the State.Re-refer to a Future Meeting to AdoptFail Action details Not available
21803 1 Non Reps Wage Increase Avoid Layoff PolicyResolutionA resolution providing An ALTERNATE to resolution number 21803 to provide For A Wage Increase in the Last Pay Period of 2013, and Establishing a Policy on Avoidance of Layoffs for Non-represented employees. , and to provide a temporary wage adjustment of 5% for non-represented employees to offset the WRS contribution if/when it is imposed by the State.Adopt Under Suspension of Rules 2.04, 2.05, 2.24, and 2.25Pass Action details Not available
21732 175.Rezone 677 South Segoe RoadOrdinanceSUBSTITUTE. Creating Section 28.06(2)(a)3528. of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property from C2 General Commercial District to PUD(GDP) Planned Unit Development (General Development Plan) District and creating Section 28.06(2)(a)3529. of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property from PUD(GDP) Planned Unit Development (General Development Plan) District to PUD(SIP) Planned Unit Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District. Proposed Use: Demolish office building to allow construction of 60 apartment units in two buildings; 20th Aldermanic District; 677 South Segoe Road.Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21733 176.Rezone 1907-1911 Monroe StreetOrdinanceCreating Section 28.06(2)(a)3526. of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property from C2 General Commercial District to PUD(GDP) Planned Unit Development (General Development Plan) District and creating Section 28.06(2)(a)3527. of the Madison General Ordinances rezoning property from PUD(GDP) Planned Unit Development (General Development Plan) District to PUD(SIP) Planned Unit Development (Specific Implementation Plan) District. Proposed Use: Demolish two residential structures to allow construction of a mixed-use building with 18 apartment units and 4,400 square feet of first floor commercial space; 13th Aldermanic District; 1907-1911 Monroe Street.Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21740 177.Political activityOrdinanceAmending Sec. 3.35(5)(b) of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify the cross-referenced meaning of the term “political activity.”Referred  Action details Not available
21846 178.Smoking SignageOrdinanceAmending Sec. 23.05(8)(a), repealing Sec. 23.05(8)(b) and renumbering Sec. 23.05(8)(c) to (b) of the Madison General Ordinances to eliminate size requirements for no smoking signs and to create a universal sign for nonsmoking.Referred  Action details Not available
21847 179.SecondhandOrdinanceCreating Secs. 9.24(1)(d), (2)19. and amending Sec. 9.24(9)(a) and (b) of the Madison General Ordinances to clarify that temporary secondhand dealers are required to be licensed and to add gold and silver to the list of articles requiring a secondhand dealers license.Referred  Action details Not available
21853 180.Comprehensive Plan AmendmentsOrdinanceAdopting amendments to the Generalized Future Land Use Plan maps in the City of Madison Comprehensive Plan.Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21537 181.Edgewood Pass Agreement 2011 - 2013ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Edgewood College for the provision of access by Edgewood students and employees to Metro Transit for fixed route and ADA paratransit services, with reimbursement per trip for the contract period.Referred  Action details Not available
21694 182.9544 Hob St. Sidewalk ResolutionResolutionAccepting an Offer to Sell from Dane County for a vacant parcel of land located at 5009 Hob Street, for extension of a public sidewalk from South Stoughton Road Service Road to Hob Street.Referred  Action details Not available
21739 183.Dane Co. Pass Agreement 2011 - 2013ResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and the City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Dane County for provision of access by employees to Metro Transit fixed route and ADA paratransit services, with reimbursement by Dane County to the transit utility for rides taken by Dane County employees for the term April 1, 2011 through March 31, 2012 with one automatic renewal for an additional year (April 1, 2012 through March 31, 2013).Referred  Action details Not available
21756 184.Fire Chief Training AgreementsResolutionSUBSTITUTE Approving the Fire Chief to sign agreements between the City of Madison Fire Department and property owners and/or medical facilities.Referred  Action details Not available
21751 185.Capitol Pedicycle d/b/a Capitol Pedaler Cab Application (CP) for a pedal-cab service operator license.ResolutionRelating to Capitol Pedicycle d/b/a Capitol Pedaler Cab Application (CP) for a pedal-cab service operator license.Referred  Action details Not available
21754 186.Double-fill Streets Operations Analyst.ResolutionAuthorizing to double-fill the position of Streets Operations Analyst from June 27, 2011 through August 19, 2011.Referred  Action details Not available
21768 187.2010 Fire Prevention Grant-FEMAResolutionAccepting the 2010 Fire Prevention Grant if awarded by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS).Referred  Action details Not available
21804 188.Public Market ResolutionResolutionAuthorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with Common Wealth Development, Inc., to provide $250,000 in for the preparation of a detailed business plan; fundraising plan and strategy; organization plan; select design/rendering services; outreach, project management, and other pre-development expenses associated with the development of the Madison Public Market.Referred  Action details Not available
21805 189.MSCC CARPC ResolutionResolutionSUBSTITUTE Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into a Memorandum of Understanding with the Capital Region Sustainable Communities Consortium, enter into a Subgrantee agreement with the Capital Area Regional Planning Commission, and amend the 2011 Department of Planning & Community & Economic Development Capital Budget and the 2012 Capital Improvement Program (CIP) to create a new capital project, “Madison Sustainability Commerce Center” (MSCC), to reallocate to the new project $75,000 of existing General Obligation borrowing proceeds from PCED Project No. 4, “TID 36 - Capitol Gateway Corridor” (CT36-54950-823601-00-2940536), to move $2M in fundraising and grant monies from the 2012 CIP for existing PCED Project 4 to the new MSCC project, and to accept a $300,000 grant through the Capital Region’s Sustainable Communities Regional Planning Grant for preparation of a project proposal/business plan, architectural and engineering plan, public benefits plan, and predevelopment/site planning work for the Madison Sustainability Commerce Center.ReferredPass Action details Not available
21806 190.9538 MNA Landscaping Agreement ResoResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a maintenance agreement with the Marquette Neighborhood Association for an area of decorative landscaping, to be located in the public right-of-way at the south quadrant of the intersection of Eastwood Drive and South First Street.Referred  Action details Not available
21813 191.Classifying the proposed position of Stormwater Compliance Engineer (CG 18-08) within the Engineering Division budget.ResolutionClassifying the proposed position of Stormwater Compliance Engineer (CG 18-08) within the Engineering Division budget.Referred  Action details Not available
21815 192.Creation of Compensation Group 31 (CG31) for Library Page employees represented by AFSCMEResolutionCreation of Compensation Group 31 (CG31) for Library Page employees represented by AFSCME.Referred  Action details Not available
21818 193.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on May 8, 2011 from 6:00a.m. to 3:00pm during the USA Cycling Collegiate Nationals and authorizing Team Sports, Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duratResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on May 8, 2011 from 6:00a.m. to 3:00pm during the USA Cycling Collegiate Nationals and authorizing Team Sports, Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the Capitol Concourse - comprised of the 10 blocks of N. and S. Pinckney, the 10 blocks of N. and S. Carroll St., the 10 blocks of E. and W. Mifflin St. and the 10 blocks of E. and W. Main St.Refer For Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21819 194.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on May 14, 2011 during WORLD FAIR TRADE DAY and authorizing SERRV, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors for the duration of the event at “30 On the Square” (tResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on May 14, 2011 during World fair trade day and authorizing SERRV, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors for the duration of the event at “30 On the Square” (the performance area at the top of State St. adjacent to the Wisconsin Veteran’s Museum)Refer For Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21820 195.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on May 22, 2011 from 9:00a.m. to 3:00pm during the CAPITAL K-9S CHALLENGE and authorizing City of Madison Police K-9 and Equine Partners, Inc. (aka Capital K9s) as sponsor of the special event, to selResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on May 22, 2011 from 9:00a.m. to 3:00pm during the CAPITAL K-9S CHALLENGE and authorizing City of Madison Police K-9 and Equine Partners, Inc. (aka Capital K9s) as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the following blocks of the Capitol Concourse - the 10 block of S. Pinckney, the 10 blocks of N. and S. Carroll St., the 10 blocks of W. Mifflin St. and the 10 blocks of E. and W. Main St.Referred  Action details Not available
21821 196.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses on Sunday, May 29 during MADISON MARATHON and authorizing Madison Festivals Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to seResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses on Sunday, May 29 during MADISON MARATHON and authorizing Madison Festivals Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 10 blocks of E. & W. Main St., 10 blocks of N. & S. Carroll and Pinckney and the 100 & 200 blocks of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21822 197.Authorizing Madison Festivals Inc. as sponsor of MADISON MARATHON, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for MADISON MARATHON, on Sunday, May 29 2011 from 6:00a.m to 5:00p.m.within the perimeter of the area involveResolutionAuthorizing Madison Festivals Inc. as sponsor of MADISON MARATHON, EXCLUSIVE rights to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for MADISON MARATHON, on Sunday, May 29 2011 from 6:00a.m to 5:00p.m.within the perimeter of the area involved in the event.Referred  Action details Not available
21823 198.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on June 4, 2011 from 8:00am to 5:00pm during CARS ON STATE and authorizing the Greater State Street Business Association, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on June 4, 2011 from 8:00am to 5:00pm during CARS ON STATE and authorizing the Greater State Street Business Association, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the 100-600 blocks of State St and the 200-300 blocks of N. Henry St.Referred  Action details Not available
21824 199.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 4, 2011 during COWS ON THE CONCOURSE and authorizing the Dane County Dairy Promotion Committee, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites anResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 4, 2011 during COWS ON THE CONCOURSE and authorizing the Dane County Dairy Promotion Committee, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 10 blocks of E. & W. Main St. and the 100 & 200 blocks of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21825 1100.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 5, 2011 from 8:00am to 4:00pm during Ride the Drive and authorizing Madison Parks Division, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for thResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 5, 2011 from 8:00am to 4:00pm during Ride the Drive and authorizing Madison Parks Division, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the 100 block of Martin Luther King Jr., the 10 blocks of S. Pinckney, E. & W. Main Sts. and N. & S. Carroll.Referred  Action details Not available
21826 1101.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 11, 2011 during SAFETY SATURDAY and authorizing the Madison Fire Department, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for thResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 11, 2011 during Safety Saturday and authorizing the Madison Fire Department, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 10 blocks of E. & W. Main St., the 10 block of N. & S. Pinckney and the 100 & 200 blocks of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21827 1102.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on June 26, 2011 from 8:00a.m. to 9:00pm during TOUR OF AMERICA’S DAIRYLAND and authorizing Team Sports, Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of tResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on June 26, 2011 from 8:00a.m. to 9:00pm during TOUR OF AMERICA’S DAIRYLAND and authorizing Team Sports, Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the Capitol Concourse - comprised of the 10 blocks of N. and S. Pinckney, the 10 blocks of N. and S. Carroll St., the 10 blocks of E. and W. Mifflin St. and the 10 blocks of E. and W. Main St.Referred  Action details Not available
21828 1103.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27 and August 3, 2011 (rain dates June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28 and August 4, 2011) from 3:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. during CONCERTS ON THE SQUARE and auResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions on June 29, July 6, 13, 20, 27 and August 3, 2011 (rain dates June 30, July 7, 14, 21, 28 and August 4, 2011) from 3:00 p.m. to 11:59 p.m. during CONCERTS ON THE SQUARE and authorizing the Wisconsin Chamber Orchestra, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the 10 blocks of E. & W. Main St. and N. & S. Pinckney and the 100 blocks of E. Washington and MLK Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21829 1104.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011 in the areas specified below for the benefit of the Madison Museum of ContemporarResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011 in the areas specified below for the benefit of the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, so that the 53rd Annual ART FAIR ON THE SQUARE may occur.Referred  Action details Not available
21830 1105.Authorizing the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, as sponsor of the 53rd Annual ART FAIR ON THE SQUARE, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of this special event, 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. JuResolutionAuthorizing the Madison Museum of Contemporary Art, as sponsor of the 53rd Annual ART FAIR ON THE SQUARE, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of this special event, 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011, within the perimeter of the area, defined in the companion resolution, involved in the event.Referred  Action details Not available
21831 1106.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011 on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. for the benefit of WI AResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011 on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd. for the benefit of WI Alliance of Artists & Craftspeople, so that ART FAIR OFF THE SQUARE may occur.Referred  Action details Not available
21832 1107.Authorizing the WI Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople, as sponsor of the ART FAIR OFF THE SQUARE, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of the ART FAIR OFF THE SQUARE, from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:0ResolutionAuthorizing the WI Alliance of Artists and Craftspeople, as sponsor of the ART FAIR OFF THE SQUARE, EXCLUSIVE rights to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of the ART FAIR OFF THE SQUARE, from 6:00p.m. July 8 to 9:00p.m. July 10, 2011 on the 200 block of Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21833 1108.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses on July 15, 16 and 17, 2011in the areas specified below for the benefit of the Greater State St. Business Association (GSSBA), sResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses on July 15, 16 and 17, 2011in the areas specified below for the benefit of the Greater State St. Business Association (GSSBA), so that MAXWELL ST. DAYS may occur.Referred  Action details Not available
21834 1109.Authorizing the Greater State Street Business Association (GSSBA), as sponsor of MAXWELL ST. DAYS, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of MAXWELL ST. DAYS, July 15, 16 and 17, 2011within the periResolutionAuthorizing the Greater State Street Business Association (GSSBA), as sponsor of MAXWELL ST. DAYS, EXCLUSIVE rights to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of MAXWELL ST. DAYS, July 15, 16 and 17, 2011within the perimeter of the area involved in the event.Referred  Action details Not available
21835 1110.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on Sunday, July 31, 2011 from 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. during THE 1000 MILE JOURNEY and authorizing The Rainbird Foundation, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the durResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on Sunday, July 31, 2011 from 8:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. during THE 1000 MILE JOURNEY and authorizing The Rainbird Foundation, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the Capitol Concourse - comprised of the 10 blocks of N. and S. Pinckney, the 10 blocks of N. and S. Carroll St., the 10 blocks of E. and W. Mifflin St. and the 10 blocks of E. and W. Main St.Referred  Action details Not available
21836 1111.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on August 13, 2011 during INDIA DAY and authorizing the Association of Indians in America, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performersResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on August 13, 2011 during India day and authorizing the Association of Indians in America, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21837 1112.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on August 10, 17, 24, 31 and September 7, 2011 during the Jazz @ 5 concert series and authorizing Jazz @ 5 Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vendingResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions on August 10, 17, 24, 31 and September 7, 2011 during the Jazz @ 5 concert series and authorizing Jazz @ 5 Inc., as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers within the 100 block of State St. for the duration of the special event.Referred  Action details Not available
21838 1113.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on August 20, 2010 from 8:00am to 5:00pm during MOTORCYCLES ON STATE and authorizing the Greater State Street Business Association, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sitesResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods vending restrictions on August 20, 2011 from 8:00am to 5:00pm during MOTORCYCLES ON STATE and authorizing the Greater State Street Business Association, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors and vending sites for the duration of this special event on the 100-600 blocks of State St and the 200-300 blocks of N. Henry St.Referred  Action details Not available
21839 1114.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. September 3rd to 11:59 p.m. on September 5th, 2010 in the areas specified below for the benefit of MadisonResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE certain Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. September 2nd to 11:59 p.m. on September 4th, 2011 in the areas specified below for the benefit of Madison Festivals Inc., so that TASTE OF MADISON may occur.Referred  Action details Not available
21840 1115.Authorizing Madison Festivals Inc. as sponsor of TASTE OF MADISON, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of the TASTE OF MADISON, from 6:00p.m. September 2 to 11:59 p.m. on September 4. 2011, withiResolutionAuthorizing Madison Festivals Inc. as sponsor of TASTE OF MADISON, EXCLUSIVE rights to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of the TASTE OF MADISON, from 6:00p.m. September 2 to 11:59 p.m. on September 4. 2011, within the perimeter of the area involved in the event.Referred  Action details Not available
21841 1116.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions September 7-11, 2011 during IRONMAN WI Expo and authorizing the Ford Ironman Wisconsin, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers forResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions September 7-11, 2011 during IRONMAN WI Expo and authorizing the Ford Ironman Wisconsin, as sponsor of the special event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 200 block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21842 1117.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions Saturday, September 17, 2011 during the Food for Thought Festival and authorizing the Dane County REAP Food Group, as sponsor of the event, to select vendors, vending sitesResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods and personally prepared food vending restrictions Saturday, September 17, 2011 during the Food for Thought Festival and authorizing the Dane County REAP Food Group, as sponsor of the event, to select vendors, vending sites and performers for the duration of the event on the 100 and 200 blocks of Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd.Referred  Action details Not available
21843 1118.To SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. October 29 to 3:00a.m. October 30, 2011 in the areas specified in the Street Use Permit Frank Productions, Inc. wiResolutionTo SUSPEND the handcrafted goods, personally prepared food vending restrictions and INVALIDATE Mall/Concourse vending licenses from 6:00p.m. October 29 to 3:00a.m. October 30, 2011 in the areas specified in the Street Use Permit Frank Productions, Inc. will obtain for Freakfest 2011.Referred  Action details Not available
21844 1119.Authorizing Frank Productions, Inc., as organizing group for FREAKFEST 2011, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of this special event, 6:00pm October 29 to 3:00a.m. October 30, 2011, within theResolutionAuthorizing Frank Productions, Inc., as organizing group for FREAKFEST 2011, EXCLUSIVE RIGHTS to select vendors, salespersons, vending sites and performers for the duration of this special event, 6:00pm October 29 to 3:00a.m. October 30, 2011, within the perimeter of the area, defined in the Street Use Permit for the event.Referred  Action details Not available
21848 1120.9575 Yahara Assoc. Parking Lease ResoResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a lease between the City of Madison and Yahara Square Associates, LLP to provide an off-street temporary parking location during the reconstruction of Williamson Street.Referred  Action details Not available
21849 1121.9410 Research Products PSAResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a Purchase and Sale Agreement between the City of Madison and Research Products Corporation, for property located at 204 South Ingersoll Street for the proposed Central Park and the funding of costs associated with the stabilization of the property.Referred  Action details Not available
21851 1122.Authorizing the sole source purchase of a PatrolSim V Driving Simulator, equipment installation and training, and a four-year warranty from MPRI, a Division of L-3 Services, Inc. (“L-3 MPRI”).ResolutionAuthorizing the sole source purchase of a PatrolSim V Driving Simulator, equipment installation and training, and a four-year warranty from MPRI, a Division of L-3 Services, Inc. (“L-3 MPRI”).Referred  Action details Not available
21852 1123.9549 Baxter Park Dane Co Ped Bike Path EasementResolutionAuthorizing the execution of a temporary construction easement to the County of Dane to allow for the County’s construction of a public pedestrian/bicycle path across lands within Baxter Park, located at 777 Engelhart Drive, and across the Stormwater Utility parcel located at 909 Lorena Parkway.Referred  Action details Not available
21866 1124.Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement to provide move management consulting servicesResolutionSUBSTITUTE - Authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to enter into an agreement with American Interfile & Library Services, Inc. for $92,380.00 to provide move management consulting services for the move of library contents away from and back to the Madison Central Public Library during the remodel, renovation, and exterior improvement project.Referred  Action details Not available
21552 1125.The Roost Pub and GrillLicensePublic Hearing - New License Tytan Hospitality Inc • dba The Roost Pub and Grill 88 Hawks Landing Circle • Agent: Tyler Kneubuehl Estimated Capacity: 200 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 40% alcohol, 60% food Aldermanic District 1 (Alder Sanborn) • Police Sector 135Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21553 1126.Mexico LindoLicensePublic Hearing - New License Ana Y Rojas Munoz • dba Mexico Lindo 2001 Zeier Rd • Agent: Ana Y Rojas Munoz • Estimated Capacity: 96 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 15% alcohol, 85% food Aldermanic District 17 (Alder Clausius) • Police Sector 517Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21855 1127.Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & BarLicensePublic Hearing - Transfer of Location Wings on State LLC • dba Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar 789 University Ave • Agent: Greg Meyers • Estimated Capacity: 293 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 20% alcohol, 80% food Aldermanic District 8 (Alder Resnick) • Police Sector 402 • Density AreaReferred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21856 1128.My BuddiesLicensePublic Hearing - New License My Buddies LLC • dba My Buddies 4325 Lien Rd • Agent: Dale Wells • Estimated Capacity: 280 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 30% alcohol, 70% food Aldermanic District 17 (Alder Clausius) • Police Sector 605Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21857 1129.Red Contemporary Japanese Sushi BarLicensePublic Hearing - New License Red Corporation • dba Red Contemporary Japanese Sushi Bar 106 King St • Agent: Yip Yip • Estimated Capacity: 50 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 10% alcohol, 90% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 406 • Density AreaReferred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21858 1130.Trixie's Liquor StoreLicensePublic Hearing - New License Trixie's Liquor Store LLC • dba Trixie's Liquor Store 2929 E Washington Ave • Agent: Colleen Welch Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 15 (Alder Palm) • Police Sector 603Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21859 1131.Pantry 41 BPLicensePublic Hearing - New License Capital One Petroleum LLC • dba Pantry 41 BP 735 E Washington Ave • Agent: Harpreet Kaur Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 408Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21860 1132.Kollege KlubLicensePublic Hearing - New License The Kollege Klub Inc • dba Kollege Klub 529 N Lake St • Agent: Jordan Meier • Estimated Capacity: 305 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 75% alcohol, 20% food 5% other Aldermanic District 8 (Alder Resnick) • Police Sector 403 • Density AreaReferred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21861 1133.Gigi's CupcakesLicensePublic Hearing - New License Sugar LLC • dba Gigi's Cupcakes 554 N Midvale • Agent: Cherie Levy • Estimated Capacity:20 Class C Wine • 3% alcohol, 96.5% food, .5% other Aldermanic District 11 (Alder Schmidt) • Police Sector 108Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21862 1134.Paradise LiquorLicensePublic Hearing - New License Lofa LLC • dba Paradise Liquor 3179 Muir Field Rd • Agent: Henry Stanley Class A Beer, Class A Liquor Aldermanic District 7 (Alder King) • Police Sector 121Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21863 1135.JuquilaLicensePublic Hearing - New License Francisco Gonzalez Trejo • dba Juquila 121 E Main St • Agent: Francisco Gonzalez Trejo Estimated Capacity: 60 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 10% alcohol, 90% food Aldermanic District 4 (Alder Verveer) • Police Sector 406 • Density AreaReferred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21864 1136.Tempest Oyster BarLicensePublic Hearing - New License Tempest LLC • dba Tempest Oyster Bar 120 E Wilson St • Agent: Henry Doane • Estimated Capacity: 228 Class B Combination Liquor & Beer • 50% alcohol, 50% food Aldermanic District 6 (Alder Rummel) • Police Sector 405 • Density AreaReferred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21865 1137.Johnson Public HouseLicensePublic Hearing - New License Johnson Public House • dba Johnson Public House 908 E Johnson St • Agent: Kyle Johnson • Estimated Capacity: 49 Class B Beer, Class C Wine • 25% alcohol, 75% food Aldermanic District 2 (Alder Maniaci) • Police Sector 407Referred for Public Hearing  Action details Not available
21736 1139.CLAIM: R. Nair, 9 Mt. Rainier Ln., Madison, 53705 - property damage - $760.00.ClaimR. Nair, 9 Mt. Rainier Ln., Madison, 53705 - property damage - $760.00.Referred  Action details Not available
21737 1140.CLAIM: A. Rauch, 4517 Wildwood Ct., Eau Claire, 54701 - vehicle damage - $3,262.69.ClaimA. Rauch, 4517 Wildwood Ct., Eau Claire, 54701 - vehicle damage - $3,262.69.Referred  Action details Not available
21817 1142.CLAIM: C. Akkerman, 5525 Tesla Ter, Madison, 53705 - personal injury - $4,567.29.ClaimC. Akkerman, 5525 Tesla Ter, Madison, 53705 - personal injury - $4,567.29.Referred  Action details Not available
21725 1143.Supporting federal funding of Community Action Agency programs.ResolutionSupporting federal funding of Community Action Agency programs.   Action details Not available
21734 1144.Requesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employeesResolutionRequesting the Metro Manager seek full reimbursement for the cost of providing special service to the State of Wisconsin and that the Metro Manager no longer provide services shuttling State of Wisconsin employees and officials other than members of the Capitol or University Police Department.   Action details Not available