12/11/2017 Veto of Legistar Item 49261, Bell Great Lakes, LLC dba Taco Bell #3004063.
Pursuant to section 62.09(8)(c), Wis. Stats., and section 3.03(2), MGO, I return to you Legistar Item 49261, Bell Great Lakes, LLC dba Taco Bell #3004063, which I have vetoed and disapproved.
12/08/2017 Mayor Paul Soglin Statement in Support of the Global Compact on Migration
The Trump Administration formally withdrew from discussions on the Global Compact on Migration this week – abdicating its seat at the international table, and turning further inward at a time when migrants and refugees aro
11/22/2017 Madison Recognized for Exceptional Performance in National Competition for Energy Savings
11/17/2017 Community Input Sought on Municipal ID Program
Madison Mayor Paul Soglin and members of the Common Council are exploring the implementation of a City of Madison Municipal ID program.
11/16/2017 Statement of Madison Mayor Paul Soglin on Senator Ron Johnson’s Opposition to Senate Tax Reform Bill
The opposition by Senator Ron Johnson to the Senate Tax Reform Bill is welcomed by all hard working Wisconsinites.
11/13/2017 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Award in Public Discourse Winner is Sheray Wallace
Mayor Paul Soglin announced today that Sheray Wallace is the recipient of the 2017 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award.
10/27/2017 City to Hold Groundbreaking Ceremony to Mark the Start of Construction of the Judge Doyle Public Garage on Block 88 - the First Phase of the $175 Million Judge Doyle Redevelopment Project in Downtown Madison
On Tuesday, October 31, 2017 at 10 am, the City of Madison will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for the 562-car underground Judge Doyle Garage on Block 88 in Downtown Madison.
10/25/2017 Department of Civil Rights and Madison Parks Open the City’s First Barrier-Free Playground
Date: Thursday, October 26, 2017 Time: 2:00 p.m. Location: Brittingham Park 829 West Washington Ave Madison
10/19/2017 Madison Launches State’s First Winter Salt Certification Program
Increasing road salt use is adding up to a growing environmental problem in our area. Just one teaspoon of salt pollutes five gallons of water, and once salt is in our waterways, it does not break down.
10/09/2017 City Crews Respond to Weekend Storm Damage
Madison crews were out in force Saturday night through Sunday responding to damage created by a very unexpected tornado that touched down on Madison’s Eastside Saturday evening.
10/05/2017 2017 Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award
The City of Madison invites you to submit nominations for its annual JEFFREY CLAY ERLANGER CIVILITY IN PUBLIC DISCOURSE AWARD.
09/29/2017 Laura Minero Honored with 2017 Alix Olson Award
Laura Minero is the recipient of the 2017 Alix Olson Award for the Promotion of a Tolerant and Just Community.