Madison in the sixties — the second week of June, 1969, when a national magazine fawned over the “boy alderman,” the Empire struck back and an entertainment era ended. The […]
2022 Madison City and Dane County Budgets, Explained
On Monday night, the Dane County Board of Supervisors approved the 2022 county budget. Starting last night and over the next two days, the Madison Common Council will be reviewing […]
Common council approves new site for temporary homeless shelter
Last night, Madison’s common council voted 14-6 in favor of purchasing property at 2002 Zeier Road. The former big box store will be used as a temporary men’s homeless shelter […]
Reindahl Encampment Remains as City Seeks Alternative Sites for Reside...
The camp at Reindahl Park remains in place as city officials weigh potential alternate campsites for unhoused residents. Madison Community Development Director Jim O’Keefe says that city staff are currently […]
City Council Moves Forward on Police Body Cams
On Tuesday, Madison’s City Council again considered whether Madison police officers should wear body cameras, the latest in a five-year plus debate over the policy involving several committees. The council […]
Common Council Votes to Move Parking Enforcement Away from Madison Pol...
On April 20th, the Madison Common Council voted to shift the responsibility for parking enforcement from the Madison Police Department to the city’s parking division. The decision came after multiple […]
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