The ordinance, originally created in 1973, and updated several times since essentially prohibits dogs in most parks and public spaces. Currently, the City of Madison offers 8 off leash dog parks and 26 parks where dogs, on leash and on path are allowed. The majority of the more than 270 parks do not allow dogs..
The sewer was built in 1904. Typically, a life span of a sewer facility is 100 years. The pipes are showing cracks, fractures and breaks, which requires that it be replaced to make sure there are no future failures. I was an orphan, that never knew father or mother. But my uncle Bleise took me into his care, and taught me early and late; so, in time, I became a great help to him, for his labours were heavy. Many a year it had been his custom to write down all the chief events, such as battles, tournaments, and jousts, that anywhere came about in this kingdom of Britain, Logris, as it is called on the Welsh border.
A multi neighborhood steering committee has been convened to work with the developer with representatives from SASY, Worthington Park, Emerson East, Eken Park and the Friends of Union Corners. The neighborhood steering committee has created a list of seven key values for the site that they shared with the developer. The Gorman team says they will work with the neighborhood to improve the site plan before they officially submit their proposal..
The week of January 14 has items of possible interest to residents of district 2 at the Finance Committee, the , the , the Public Market Development Committee, the Street Use Staff Commission, the Urban Design Commission, the Alcohol License Review Committee, the Task Force on Structure of City Government, and the Downtown Coordinating Committee. The city meeting agenda items are open for testimony from the public should you be interested in weighing in. I also appreciate hearing from you on any items on which you have a particular interest or concern so please send me an email or give me a call..
Integrated Pest Management The BPC will review a resolution establishing a task force on reviewing the City’s IPM plan at the May meeting. Parks staff will work to provide periodic updates on the work of that task force and will seek guidance from the BPC in regard to its input on matters related to IPM. The first update is likely to occur between August and September..