On Thursday October 18, our host Tony Castaneda spoke with Bill Scheer, one of Madison’s golf professionals. The City of Madison has decided to end the contracts of four of the Professional Golf Associations (PGA) of America professionals at the end of this year “to capture the extra revenue that can be used to upgrade […]
The City of Madison has passed new capital and operating budgets for 2013. On Tuesday, just before Council members convened to begin their final budget deliberations, In Our Backyard caught up with a few alders to learn where they stood. Common Council President Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, who represents the near west side, and Bridget Maniaci, […]
On Tuesday, January 8, our host Aaron Perry spoke with Enis Ragland, honored with the Jeffrey Clay Erlanger Civility in Public Discourse Award, presented by Mayor Paul Soglin. Enis, raised in Milwaukee, has worked for the city of Madison for eighteen years at the Mayor’s Office, the Affirmative Action Department and the Office of Community Services. […]
The City of Madison wants to use taxpayer money to build another downtown hotel. Citizens Against Subsidized Hotels wants to stop them. Sean Carroll spoke with Monday Buzz host Brian Standing.
Have you been keeping up with plans for Madison’s proposed Public Market? Where will it be located? Who will it attract? Check out this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
Madison pledges to end chronic homelessness by 2016. Can it be done? Sue Wallinger, City of Madison’s Zero 16 project joins the Monday Buzz to tell us more.