“Some of you might be wondering, ‘Didn’t we go through this?’ Yes, we did, but we asked to have it done legally,” District 6 Alder Marsha Rummel says, acknowledging what Madison residents may be thinking Wednesday, as the City’s Common Council [once again] voted 16 to 2 on Tuesday to remove a Confederate grave marker […]
MADISON (WORT) — Mayor Paul Soglin is using his bully pulpit to sell the controversial Judge Doyle Square project being negotiated between developer Bob Dunn and the City of Madison.
UPDATE — On Friday, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin vetoed the Common Council’s approval of a liquor license for Mad City Frites. It takes a two-thirds majority to override a mayoral veto.
MADISON (WORT) — This week, Madison Mayor Paul Soglin announced a new law targeting the chronically homeless.
A fair amount of the media coverage surrounding the new ‘protected class’ status for Madison’s homeless residents revolved around the politicking and rhetorical sparring sessions that went on between Mayor Paul Soglin and the Common Council.
MADISON (WORT) — The Madison Common Council unanimously voted to add homelessness to the city’s list of protected classes in early June. But on Tuesday, Mayor Paul Soglin surprised many by vetoing the new protections for the city’s homeless citizens.