Three city council members have resigned within the last two months. Sara Eskrich became the third Madison city alder to resign this summer. Eskrich has accepted an executive director position in Brookfield with the group Political Innovation, a nonpartisan organization that aims to make systemic changes at different levels of government. Eskrich’s resignation comes after […]
MADISON (WORT) — In a surprising move this week by the Joint Finance Committee, state lawmakers added a budget provision that will take away the City of Madison’s ability to control how revenue from hotel room tax revenues are spent. Dylan Brogan has the story.
MADISON (WORT) — Isthmus news editor Joe Tarr has the details on the embattled Judge Doyle Square project. After scrapping the first round of proposals, four new projects have been submitted for consideration by city officials.
MADISON (WORT) — Madison Mayor Paul Soglin is not ruling out a veto of the entire 2015 city budget unless changes are made by the Common Council. Dylan Brogan reports.
Do you know which candidates are running for Wisconsin State Assembly? What stances do they have on key issues faces the people of Wisconsin? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out more!
What will the city of Madison look like in 10 years? What do you expect to see? Today on A Public Affair, we had a chance to preview this change. On Tuesday August 20th, our host Carousel Bayrd sat down with Alders Mark Clear and Marsha Rummel to discuss city redevelopment.