The city of Madison is currently working on a pair of ambitious projects to offer high-speed internet access to its residents. One is a pilot project that would establish fiber connections in four low-income neighborhoods, while the other is a study that investigates the potential for a municipal broadband system.
Judge Doyle Square is the name for two important blocks in downtown Madison. They’re at the heart of a proposed development that is now 10 years in the making. This project encompasses numerous city issues, including parking, hotel rooms, the value of Monona Terrace, a public market, aging municipal offices, tax incremental financing, and business […]
(WORT) — Capital Times reporter Bryna Godar joins Kristian Knutsen to explain the basics and share the latest about the proposed Madison Public Market.