The Garver Feed Building sits just north of the bike path and the Wisconsin and Southern railroad near Olbrich Park on Madison’s east side. It’s a giant, hulk of a ruin, looking something like a haunted castle from Scotland transplanted to the midwest.
MADISON (WORT) — As part of Madison’s 2015 budget, city alders approved funds for a Public Market District, several new neighborhood centers, and a committee on equipping police officers with body cameras. Dylan Brogan has the details.
One street, two neighborhoods, very different responses. Sixth district alder Marsha Rummel talks about redevelopment at Union Corners and Darbo-Worthington.
What were some of the biggest issues the Madison City Council faced in 2013? What can we expect to see in 2014? Listen to this edition of A Public Affair to find out!
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.