This upcoming referendum is the result of years of studies conducted by the Task Force on Structure of City Government, or TFOGS. The task force was set up in 2017 to study the ways in which local government can be more effective and responsive to Madison residents.
Bread and Roses – Madison Sourdough Workers File to Unionize
One of Madison’s more popular bakeries is making local headlines, but not for its iconic bread recipes. Workers at Madison Sourdough filed for union recognition with the National Labor Relations Board on Monday.
How the Rise of Remote Work is Changing Wisconsin
Joe Peterangelo is a Senior Researcher at the Wisconsin Policy Forum, and worked on this report. He says remote work is benefitting some, but not the people who may need it the most. Where you live can dictate how easy it is to find a remote job. So can your industry.
What’s in Wisconsin’s 2023 State Budget Proposal?
Governor Tony Evers unveiled his 2023 biennial budget proposal before a crowded assembly hall last night. Evers’ proposal rides on a projected state budget surplus to address a wide range of issues, but is expected to face stiff opposition from the Republican majority in the state legislature.
MMSD Superintendent Bids Farewell – What Happens Next?
Following the announcement, Jenkins is on track to become one of the shortest-serving superintendents in the last century of the district’s history, second only to Charles Meek, who served from 1920-1921, according to the MMSD website. Jenkins will leave his office on July 28.
So what does the future look like for MMSD?
The Future of the Lake Monona Waterfront?
One of the first impressions many visitors to Madison receive is the view of the capital across Lake Monona from John Nolen Drive. Now, a coalition of city and private […]