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Two Week Round Up (8/3-8/16)

Slacker!  Some of the updates are no longer relevant so I excluded them, but its a little longer than usual thanks to my slackitude!

RIDICULOUSLY USELESS ALDER UPDATES
8/14/20

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,743

Total Tests – 207,988

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 310

Deaths – 38

Census:

We still need a push for residents to complete the census.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/mayor/news/2020-census-30000-madison-households-still-need-to-respond

Information for Alders:

From Metro:

Metro is increasing service starting Sunday, August 23. This will not be the same level of service that was provided before Covid-19, but an increase to help account for the additional riders expected when college campuses open later this month. With the short turn around to put this together, we didn’t have time to go through a formal public hearing process. We plan to hold a public hearing later in the year for riders to let us know how this new service is going. Depending on what we hear and how Covid-19 is still affecting the community, we may tweak service again at the beginning of 2021.

We also didn’t have time to get a Ride Guide designed and printed. We are designing a Ride Guide and that will be available online soon. Riders can plan their trips now at mymetrobus.com or on the Google Maps app. Customer service representatives can also be reached at 608-266-4466 or mymetrobus@cityofmadison.com for help planning trips.

8/13/20

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,664

Total Tests – 204,955

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 306

Deaths – 38

Census:

We still need a push for residents to complete the census.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/mayor/news/2020-census-30000-madison-households-still-need-to-respond

Information for Alders:

From the Mayor:

The Mayor released her address to the City of Madison today at 1pm. Please see below:

8/12/20

? – I think there is something wrong, I think the one labeled 8/11 is actually 8/12 because there are 2 for 8/10????

8/11/20 or 8/12???

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,626

Total Tests – 201,317

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 301

Deaths – 38

From Mayor:

Join Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway

As she discusses the challenges we are facing today

And how to move Madison forward

Keeping our community safe from COVID-19
Responding to the economic crisis
Developing critical public safety strategies

You are able to watch the Mayor’s speech by simply clicking on this link on

Madison’s City Channel for a special address.

1:00 pm Thursday, August 13, 2020

Census:

We still need a push for residents to complete the census.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/mayor/news/2020-census-30000-madison-households-still-need-to-respond

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collectionfor this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

 Information for Alders:

 From Council leadership meeting with Mayo:

The Mayor was reminded that we have a special CCEC meeting scheduled for 8/18 to address the remaining agenda items that we did not get to at the last meeting. The meeting will start at 6:30p
The Mayor would like alders to respond to capital budget proposals by Tuesday, to facilitate a smooth and efficient process.
We are one day into numerators going out into the community to get census forms signed.  The Mayor is encouraging alders to still get the word out for residents to complete the online census forms.
Helbach’s Coffee Roasters is suing Public Health for its mask mandate.
The Council President hosted a press conference today to plea for a stop to gun violence.  There were please from the community for increased opportunities like internships and apprenticeship programs for youth as an alternative as well as resources like wrap around services for single mothers struggling to raise young Black boys and girls. A commitment was made to work with the Mayor’s office and Dane county to help operationalize propping up the community in addresses the issues of violence and other crimes.
8/10/20 or 8/11???

For Alder Blogs:

 From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,571

Total Tests – 198,255

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 299

Deaths – 38

From Mayor:

Join Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway

As she discusses the challenges we are facing today

And how to move Madison forward

Keeping our community safe from COVID-19
Responding to the economic crisis
Developing critical public safety strategies

You are able to watch the Mayor’s speech by simply clicking on this link on

Madison’s City Channel for a special address.

1:00 pm Thursday, August 13, 2020

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collectionfor this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

From Council President:

Please Join Council President and Sheri Carter and Alder Harrington-McKinney

as they address the recent shootings and homicides in the City

and how to move Madison forward

Advocating to put the guns down
Responding to the economic crisis and providing resources
Discussing critical public safety and community partnership strategies

11:00 am Wednesday, August 12, 2020

At Penn Park (2101 Fisher St, Madison, WI 53713)

From Mayor:

Madison experienced another senseless shooting today on the Eastside. Today’s incident is made even more painful because a child was a victim of the shooting. An eleven year-old child was struck by a bullet while traveling in a car that was involved in a shooting along East Washington Avenue. She sustained critical injuries.

Census:

As of July 31, an estimated 30,000 Madison households still needed to respond to the 2020 Census according to the Census Bureau.The city’s 2020 self-response rate (72.4%) was lagging the final 2010 self-response rate (77.2%) by 4.8 percentage points. In addition to tracking citywide response figures, Madison is tracking response rates within individual Census tracts by the percentage PDF  and estimated number PDF  of households that have yet to respond. Response rates are lagging in Census tracts around UW-Madison along with portions of Madison’s northeast, south, and west sides.

From Air National Guard:

We received a few complaints about Jets flying over the City.  Please see the response below:

The linked article may answer the question regarding increased military traffic last (and this) week (https://dma.wi.gov/DMA/news/2020news/20168).  There was a public release of the exercise sent out which I will try to find and send your way. Exercises at Volk Field can increase military traffic around the area but the 115th Fighter Wing is not hosting any additional aircraft or flying events during the exercise.  The 115th Fighter Wing is participating in the exercise but is flying our normal schedule.  Take-off and landing times of the two “goes” may vary slightly to align with exercise events at Volk Field. From Donna’s email below, aircraft operating between 0900 and 1030 (before 1100am) and landing at Truax around 2:30 on a Wednesday would be our normal flying window.

8/10/20???

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,546

Total Tests – 197,091

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 299

Deaths – 38

From City Clerk:

The City of Madison Clerk’s Office would like voters to know 12 things for this Tuesday’s election:

Many polling locations have changed since April. Before heading out to vote, verify your polling location atwww.cityofmadison.com/WhereDoIVote.
You may vote in only one political party’s primary on the August ballot.  This Tuesday, three political parties will narrow down their candidates for the November Election.  You are limited to voting in the primary of only one political party of your choice.  To mark your ballot, choose a political party, find that party’s section on the ballot, and vote for individual candidates in that party.
For this type of primary, voting in multiple parties invalidates the ballot. This is called cross-over voting.  Choose one party and vote for individual candidates within that party.
If you make a mistake, you can get a replacement ballot.  You are entitled to up to 2 replacement ballots.  When you ask the poll workers for a new ballot, they will have you partially tear the original ballot and place it in a discarded ballot envelope.
Your voter registration is not associated with a political party. The Clerk’s Office does not have a record of which party you prefer.  Nobody will be able to identify which ballot was marked by you.  You vote on a secret ballot.
If you moved since July 14, vote from the address you lived at for 28 consecutive days prior to Election Day. It takes 28 days to establish residency for voting purposes.  If you move within 28 days of an election, you should vote from your previous address.  College students just now returning to Madison after being temporarily away this summer may be voting from the campus address they had last spring.  Contact the Clerk’s Office if you are unsure of where you are eligible to vote.
Curbside voting is available at the curb of your polling place, by the large Vote Here feather flag.  Curbside voting is available at every election for voters unable to enter the polling location due to health issues or disabilities.
The address on your Voter ID does not matter. When checking Voter ID , poll workers are only verifying your identity.  They are not checking the address on your ID.
Don’t let a lack of Voter ID keep you from going to the polls. Voters without acceptable ID may vote provisionally.  Provisional voters have until 4:00pm Friday, Aug. 14, to get a copy of their ID to the Clerk’s Office.  The Dane County Voter ID Coalition can help you obtain a free Wisconsin ID.  Their hotline is (608) 285-2141.
There is no requirement that your Voter ID meet federal REAL ID requirements. If you renewed your Wisconsin driver license or Wisconsin ID and did not have all the certified documents required for a REAL ID, the DMV would have informed you that your new ID is “non-compliant” with the REAL ID Act of 2005.  Even if your Wisconsin ID says “Not for federal purposes,” it is acceptable for proving your identity at the polls.
Certain types of Voter ID can be expired.  If you are using a Wisconsin driver license, a Wisconsin ID, a U.S. passport, or a military ID to prove your identity at the polls, the ID can have an expiration date of 11/07/2018 or later.
Do not hesitate to contact the Clerk’s Office. If you have a question or encounter a problem at your polling place, please let us know right away at voting@cityofmadison.com or (608) 266-4601.

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collection for this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

Census:

As of July 31, an estimated 30,000 Madison households still needed to respond to the 2020 Census according to the Census Bureau. The city’s 2020 self-response rate (72.4%) was lagging the final 2010 self-response rate (77.2%) by 4.8 percentage points. In addition to tracking citywide response figures, Madison is tracking response rates within individual Census tracts by the percentage PDF  and estimated number PDF  of households that have yet to respond. Response rates are lagging in Census tracts around UW-Madison along with portions of Madison’s northeast, south, and west sides.

From Air National Guard:

We received a few complaints about Jets flying over the City.  Please see the response below:

The linked article may answer the question regarding increased military traffic last (and this) week(https://dma.wi.gov/DMA/news/2020news/20168).  There was a public release of the exercise sent out which I will try to find and send your way. Exercises at Volk Field can increase military traffic around the area but the 115th Fighter Wing is not hosting any additional aircraft or flying events during the exercise.  The 115th Fighter Wing is participating in the exercise but is flying our normal schedule.  Take-off and landing times of the two “goes” may vary slightly to align with exercise events at Volk Field. From Donna’s email below, aircraft operating between 0900 and 1030 (before 1100am) and landing at Truax around 2:30 on a Wednesday would be our normal flying window.

8/7/20

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,472

Total Tests – 189,803

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 293

Deaths – 38

From City Clerk:

Before requesting an absentee ballot, voters might want to verify their registration at https://MyVote.wi.gov .

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28.  Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis pdf  conducted after the April Election.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/in-person-absentee-voting-begins-tuesday

In-person absentee (early) voting sites will be open through Saturday, August 8, for City of Madison voters who wish to vote before Election Day on Tuesday. On Saturday, August 8, in-person absentee (early) voting is only available to pre-registered voters

Please see link for sites: https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/still-time-to-vote-absentee-before-election-day

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collection for this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

Census:

As of July 31, an estimated 30,000 Madison households still needed to respond to the 2020 Census according to the Census Bureau. The city’s 2020 self-response rate (72.4%) was lagging the final 2010 self-response rate (77.2%) by 4.8 percentage points. In addition to tracking citywide response figures, Madison is tracking response rates within individual Census tracts by the percentage PDF  and estimated number PDF  of households that have yet to respond. Response rates are lagging in Census tracts around UW-Madison along with portions of Madison’s northeast, south, and west sides.

From City Clerk:

Today is the first day for hospitalized voters to appoint an agent to retrieve their Partisan Primary absentee ballot from the City of Madison Clerk’s Office, deliver the ballot to the hospital, and then return the ballot to the Clerk’s Office.  The hospitalized absentee voting process is available until 5:00 pm on Election Day.

Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent and request a hospitalized absentee ballot by completing the form PDF provided by the Clerk’s Office. For more detail, please see link below.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballots-available-for-hospitalized-voters-0

From Water Utility:

Madison Water Utility has completed its annual comprehensive testing for a class of chemicals known as PFAS in the city’s drinking water wells. Results show at least some PFAS are present in every Madison well, with total amounts ranging from 2.5 to 47 parts-per-trillion. All wells tested show PFAS levels far below the proposed safe drinking water limit that is being considered by the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). PFAS chemicals are not yet regulated in drinking water, but a regulatory limit could be announced by the DNR as early as next year.

Public Health:

Alliant Energy Center

Tuesday (8/4) 3270 people were tested, Wednesday (8/5) 1921 people were tested, and Thursday (8/6) 2780 people were tested.
The total number of people who have been tested at the community test site is 106,193.

Data Byte

8/6/20

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,368

Total Tests – 186,774

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 2891

Deaths  – 37

From City Clerk:

Before requesting an absentee ballot, voters might want to verify their registration at https://MyVote.wi.gov .

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28.  Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis pdf  conducted after the April Election.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/in-person-absentee-voting-begins-tuesday

In-person absentee (early) voting sites will be open through Saturday, August 8, for City of Madison voters who wish to vote before Election Day on Tuesday. On Saturday, August 8, in-person absentee (early) voting is only available to pre-registered voters

Please see link for sites: https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/still-time-to-vote-absentee-before-election-day

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collection for this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

From Fire:

The firefighters of Madison’s Fire Station 6 on West Badger Road are looking to beautify the station with original works by a local artist using repurposed station materials.

Two wooden boards once used to display maps inside the apparatus bay are ready for a new life. Fire Station 6 invites local artists to submit their vision for a community mural, using one or both of these repurposed boards, to depict the diversity of Madison’s south side and/or to draw from the theme “Unity through Community.”

From City Clerk:

Today is the first day for hospitalized voters to appoint an agent to retrieve their Partisan Primary absentee ballot from the City of Madison Clerk’s Office, deliver the ballot to the hospital, and then return the ballot to the Clerk’s Office.  The hospitalized absentee voting process is available until 5:00 pm on Election Day.

Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent and request a hospitalized absentee ballot by completing the form PDF provided by the Clerk’s Office. For more detail, please see link below.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballots-available-for-hospitalized-voters-0

8/5/20

For Alder Blogs:

From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,334

Total Tests – 182,133

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 289

Deaths  – 37

From City Clerk:

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots on the UW-Madison campus starting today, August 3.

Based on the advice of Public Health, voting will take place in tents on Engineering Mall, Library Mall, by the Kohl Center, and near the Natatorium.

Tent on Library Mall, 717 Langdon Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Engineering Mall, 1538 Engineering Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Grassy Area East of UW Natatorium, 2000 Observatory Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent Outside Kohl Center, 601 W Dayton Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Before requesting an absentee ballot, voters might want to verify their registration at https://MyVote.wi.gov .

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28.  Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis pdf  conducted after the April Election.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/in-person-absentee-voting-begins-tuesday

In-person absentee (early) voting sites will be open through Saturday, August 8, for City of Madison voters who wish to vote before Election Day on Tuesday. On Saturday, August 8, in-person absentee (early) voting is only available to pre-registered voters

Please see link for sites: https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/still-time-to-vote-absentee-before-election-day

 From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collectionfor this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

From Fire:

The firefighters of Madison’s Fire Station 6 on West Badger Road are looking to beautify the station with original works by a local artist using repurposed station materials.

Two wooden boards once used to display maps inside the apparatus bay are ready for a new life. Fire Station 6 invites local artists to submit their vision for a community mural, using one or both of these repurposed boards, to depict the diversity of Madison’s south side and/or to draw from the theme “Unity through Community.”

From City Clerk:

Today is the first day for hospitalized voters to appoint an agent to retrieve their Partisan Primary absentee ballot from the City of Madison Clerk’s Office, deliver the ballot to the hospital, and then return the ballot to the Clerk’s Office.  The hospitalized absentee voting process is available until 5:00 pm on Election Day.

Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent and request a hospitalized absentee ballot by completing the form PDF  provided by the Clerk’s Office. For more detail, please see link below.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballots-available-for-hospitalized-voters-0

8/4/20

For Alder Blogs:

 From Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,258

Total Tests – 178,299

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 289

Deaths – 37

From City Clerk:

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots on the UW-Madison campus starting today, August 3.

Based on the advice of Public Health, voting will take place in tents on Engineering Mall, Library Mall, by the Kohl Center, and near the Natatorium.

Tent on Library Mall, 717 Langdon Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Engineering Mall, 1538 Engineering Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Grassy Area East of UW Natatorium, 2000 Observatory Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent Outside Kohl Center, 601 W Dayton Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Before requesting an absentee ballot, voters might want to verify their registration at https://MyVote.wi.gov .

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28.  Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis pdf  conducted after the April Election.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/in-person-absentee-voting-begins-tuesday

The City of Madison is offering ballot drop-off sites for absentee voters wishing to return their ballots in person. A poll worker will be present at each site, wearing a facemask and high visibility vest, to accept absentee ballots and to serve as a witness, if needed.

In order to be counted, ballots must be sealed in a certificate envelope bearing the signature of the voter, the signature of a witness, and the address of the witness.

Please see link for sites: https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballot-drop-off-sites-for-the-august-primary-election

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collectionfor this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

From Fire:

The firefighters of Madison’s Fire Station 6 on West Badger Road are looking to beautify the station with original works by a local artist using repurposed station materials.

Two wooden boards once used to display maps inside the apparatus bay are ready for a new life. Fire Station 6 invites local artists to submit their vision for a community mural, using one or both of these repurposed boards, to depict the diversity of Madison’s south side and/or to draw from the theme “Unity through Community.”

From City Clerk:

Today is the first day for hospitalized voters to appoint an agent to retrieve their Partisan Primary absentee ballot from the City of Madison Clerk’s Office, deliver the ballot to the hospital, and then return the ballot to the Clerk’s Office.  The hospitalized absentee voting process is available until 5:00 pm on Election Day.

Hospitalized voters may appoint an agent and request a hospitalized absentee ballot by completing the form PDF  provided by the Clerk’s Office. For more detail, please see link below.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballots-available-for-hospitalized-voters-0

Public Health:

Alliant Energy Center Community Testing Site Update

Friday (7/31) 1505 people were tested, Saturday (8/1) 1552 people were tested, and Monday (8/3) 2910 people were tested.
The total number of people who have been tested at the community test site is 98,222.
8/3/20

For Alder Blogs:

Public Health:

Confirmed Cases – 4,229

Total Tests – 176,718

Cases Ever Hospitalized – 284

Deaths – 37

From City Clerk:

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots on the UW-Madison campus starting today, August 3.

Based on the advice of Public Health, voting will take place in tents on Engineering Mall, Library Mall, by the Kohl Center, and near the Natatorium.

Tent on Library Mall, 717 Langdon Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Engineering Mall, 1538 Engineering Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent on Grassy Area East of UW Natatorium, 2000 Observatory Drive
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Tent Outside Kohl Center, 601 W Dayton Street
Weekdays, August 3-6, 12:00 – 4:00 pm

Before requesting an absentee ballot, voters might want to verify their registration at https://MyVote.wi.gov .

City of Madison voters may cast absentee ballots at drive-up voting locations beginning Tuesday, July 28.  Absentee voting locations were established based on a Pandemic Voting Access Equity Analysis pdf  conducted after the April Election.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/in-person-absentee-voting-begins-tuesday

The City of Madison is offering ballot drop-off sites for absentee voters wishing to return their ballots in person. A poll worker will be present at each site, wearing a facemask and high visibility vest, to accept absentee ballots and to serve as a witness, if needed.

In order to be counted, ballots must be sealed in a certificate envelope bearing the signature of the voter, the signature of a witness, and the address of the witness.

Please see link for sites: https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/absentee-ballot-drop-off-sites-for-the-august-primary-election

From Streets:

The Streets Division uses a truck-mounted crane to collect large items, and we also use two-person crews to lift things from the curb. Following these below guidelines will help keep the workers safe and make the collection faster so crews disrupt traffic less.

Do not pile bagged trash or recyclables on top of large items or appliances set out for collection.
Keep items away from obstructions, including low hanging wires, trees, and street signs.
Keep metal items, such as filing cabinets or bed frames, separate from other material so they can be easily collected and recycled.

Residents in the downtown moving area with appliances, furniture, and other large items meant for collection are encouraged to begin placing them out for pickup starting on August 3, 2020 (and to use their scheduled collectionfor this week, too.)

Streets Division crews will begin collecting material on August 3, and will continue collection each work day until August 14,2020.

https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/august-moving-days-appliances-furniture-other-large-items-0

Information for Alders:

No update at this time.

DEMOLITIONS

5707 Mineral Point Rd Madison, WI 53705

Please be advised that Aaron Williams will be filing a demolition permit application on September 16, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a Institutional building – former house located at 5707 Mineral Point Rd Madison, WI 53705 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Aaron Williams, UW-Madison, 30 N. Mills Street 4th Floor Madison, WI 53715 at aaron.williams@wisc.edu or (608)890-4202.

Applicant’s Comments:
The University of Wisconsin-Madison is currently in design of the new School of Veterinary Medicine Addition project on the UW-Madison campus. As part of this project, funding was approved to remove three vacant structures (house and two storage garages) at 5707 Mineral Point Road at University Research Park. The existing mature vegetation will be protected and the disturbed area restored with lawn. Future development of the site will follow the master plan of the University Research Park.

5010 Milwaukee St Madison, WI 53714

Please be advised that Daniel Bennett will be filing a demolition permit application on August 12, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a single family house located at 5010 Milwaukee St Madison, WI 53714 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Daniel Bennett, Stone Overbuilders LLC, 2632 Milwaukee St Madison, WI 53704 at dhb10061964@hotmail.com or (608)220-5836.

Applicant’s Comments:
Only the building is being removed.
The foundation is being reused and upgraded to meet today’s building codes.
No ground will be disturbed other than a few pilings for decking and an egress window.
The foundation meets all setbacks, the closest lot line is 22.5 ft. to the east.
The house takes up less than 20% of the total lot sq ft.

1022 Reinke Dr Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Lyndsey Dewing will be filing a demolition permit application on August 30, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a single-family house located at 1022 Reinke Dr Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Lyndsey Dewing, 5407 Tonyawatha Trail Monona, WI 53716 at ldewing@bollervaughan.com or (920)203-4991.

Applicant’s Comments:
We had a house fire on 3/27/20. Our house is currently uninhabitable. We are requesting to get a raise order from the city to demolish our house. Currently, the repairs are well over $200,000 which is well over the value of the home.

1949 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Stacey Oehrke will be filing a demolition permit application on August 29, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a 1 story commercial building located at 1949 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Stacey Oehrke, Knothe & Bruce Architects, 7601 University Ave, Suite 201 Middleton, WI 53593 at soehrke@knothebruce.com or (608)836-3690.

1937 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Stacey Oehrke will be filing a demolition permit application on August 29, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a 2 story commercial building located at 1937 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Stacey Oehrke, Knothe & Bruce Architects, 7601 University Ave, Suite 201 Middleton, WI 53593 at soehrke@knothebruce.com or (608)836-3690.

1941 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Stacey Oehrke will be filing a demolition permit application on August 29, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a 1 story commercial building located at 1941 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Stacey Oehrke, Knothe & Bruce Architects, 7601 University Ave, Suite 201 Middleton, WI 53593 at soehrke@knothebruce.com or (608)836-3690.

316 Russell St Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Stacey Oehrke will be filing a demolition permit application on August 29, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a 2 story residence located at 316 Russell St Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Stacey Oehrke, Knothe & Bruce Architects, 7601 University Ave, Suite 201 Middleton, WI 53593 at soehrke@knothebruce.com or (608)836-3690.

1947 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704

Please be advised that Stacey Oehrke will be filing a demolition permit application on August 29, 2020 for Plan Commission review that calls for a 1 story commercial building located at 1947 Winnebago St Madison, WI 53704 to be demolished. For more information regarding this forthcoming application, you may contact the applicant, Stacey Oehrke, Knothe & Bruce Architects, 7601 University Ave, Suite 201 Middleton, WI 53593 at soehrke@knothebruce.com or (608)836-3690.

MADISON METRO UPDATES

Service Increase
Effective Sunday, August 23
Starting Sunday, August 23, Metro is adding service to accommodate an expected increase in riders.Due to budget constraints and staffing limitations, Metro is not able to return to the same level of service that was provided earlier in the year.

Service Details for Sunday, August 23
A detailed service chart is now available online. Schedules return to weekday versus weekend service.

Bus Stop Updates

Along with the service increase, there are some bus stop location updates and changes. Maps are available online. Plan your trip on Google Maps for updated locations or call Metro Customer Service at 608-266-4466.

UW Campus Service
New Routes and Schedules Effective Sunday, August 23
Check your trip! A number of route and schedule improvements have been made on UW Campus Routes 80, 81, 82 and 84.

Routes 80 and 84 have been revised to help reduce overcrowding, improve spacing of buses, and keep buses running on time. Routes 81 and 82 have been revised to better serve student residence halls and apartment locations.

Service Detours

Routes 2, 4, 6, 7 & 8 – State St.
Begins Today (8/14) at 6:35 p.m.

Buses detour from State St. starting at 6:35 p.m. on Friday, August 14 through the end of service on Sunday, August 16. The entire length of State St. will be closed. Board buses on the Capitol Square, W. Washington Ave. or University/ Johnson streets.

West Transfer Point Closed
Begins Monday, August 17

Beginning Monday, the West Transfer Point is closed for concrete work. During construction, all buses will line up on the north side of Tokay Blvd. for transfers. Some stops near the transfer point will not be served.

 

RECYCLING NEWS

Hello Food Scraps Recyclers!

Thank you for all for your continued participation in the program.

We continue to have zero complaints about contamination, which is great news.

If you are on the fence about participating, the lines at the drop-off sites the past few weeks have been much better than what they had been when the sites were reopened. You may still encounter a wait time, and when the leaves begin to fall we may see lines again, but right now things have improved.

Compost Bin Sale on for 2020

After a one year hiatus, the rain barrel & compost bin sale by Rain Reserve will be held in the fall. Pre-orders are stronglyrecommended.

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The Trouble with Corn

I get a monthly report from the Betterbin app about the most searched items for our food scraps program.

This past month, three of the top ten were corn related.

Corn cobs and corn husks are not allowed in the food scraps program. They can cause clogs at this particular digester. Cobs can be hard and the husks are fibrous like house plants (by the way – no house plants in the food scraps program either).

The corn kernels themselves are okay for the food scraps cart.

The Rest of the Top Ten

Radish

Okay for the food scraps cart. The greens on these should be okay, too, since they are not too different from lettuce.

Pineapple

Okay for the food scraps cart – but not the leaves. They are too fibrous like a house plant.

Avocado

The large seed cannot be placed into the food scraps cart. But the green flesh and the outer rind are okay for the program.

Raisins

Perfectly okay for the food scraps cart. I know sometimes you can get little bits of grape stem in with the raisins, but that’s incidental. (For clarity sakes – grape vines do not belong in the food scraps cart. The woody stems that hold the bunch of grapes together that you buy at the store also cannot go into the food scraps cart).

Cantaloupe seeds

Very good question. I checked with the biodigester about this. These are okay for the food scraps carts.

The only concern, and its minor, is that if they manage pass through the digestion system and the composting process – and are still intact somehow – maybe the user of the compost could get some volunteer cantaloupe plants. With that said, it’s a highly unlikely outcome as the digester process should kill the seeds.

Watermelon

Yes, watermelon rind and flesh is okay. And just like with the cantaloupes, the seeds can go into the food scraps cart, too.

Chicken               

We do not accept meat in the food scraps program because under no circumstances can we take bones and we want there to be zero confusion about that expectation. In short: No meat, including chicken.

I suppose there’s a chance the searches for “chicken” were looking for tips on proper disposal of a backyard chicken that had passed away. They should not be placed into the food scraps cart, either.  They can be bagged up and placed into the trash.

Other Questions

As always if you have other questions about food scraps, or other recycling questions, please let us know.

 

Bryan Johnson

Recycling Coordinator

BIKE MADISON UPDATES

Capital City Trail Detours

Starting Aug 24, the Capital City Trail will be temporarily closed between Nob Hill Rd and South Towne Dr to upgrade a sanitary sewer line. Work is anticipated to take 4 weeks. The project also includes relocating an existing manhole cover off the trail to provide a better surface. The detour follows Nob Hill Dr to Industrial Dr to South Towne Blvd. More Information
Phase 3 of Dane County’s Capital City Trail restoration project is anticipated to start Sept 1. This will close the trail between Seminole Hwy and the Dunn’s Marsh Bicycle Roundabout. The detour will use the Cannonball Path utilizing the connector path along Seminole Hwy.

Cannonball Path Detours

Starting Mon, Aug 17 a curb extension is being constructed at the Cannonball Path crossing of Post Rd. The work is anticipated to be completed by 7am on Aug 24. Users should follow the detour to Churchill Dr. Access will be open to Leopold Park and Leopold Elementary.
In late 2020 (after the completion of the Capital City Path restoration project) the Cannonball Path near the roundabout will close for a sewer project. The closure is anticipated to last from Nov 2020 to Dec 2021.

Surveys

Now is the Time to Get Biking – Check out this NPR story on biking that includes an interview with Madison Bikes Board Member and Former City Alder Robbie Webber.

PROJECT UPDATES

300 W Wilson St & Broom St –  A public information meeting for the final design for the 300 block of W Wilson St and Broom St from John Nolen to W Main is scheduled for August 24 for planned 2021 construction. Register Online
Cedar St – A public information meeting to discuss Cedar St options  will be held on August 20 at 5:30pm via Zoom. More Information and Register Online

CONSTRUCTION, ETC 

East Washington Ave will have one lane closed starting Fri, Aug 14 through the morning of Mon, Aug 17 in an attempt to curb speeding and dangerous driving. The lane closure will not impact the bike lane. More Information 
Anderson St – Anderson St has been fully closed to finish paving. The sidewalk on the north remains open and the shared-use path is being paved Aug 14. Please follow the signs for the opening of the path. More Info
E Gorham St from N Butler to N Livingston – Sanitary sewer work has started and the bike lane is detoured to E Mifflin St. More Information
E Wilson St – Emergency repairs have closed one lane from Blair St and King St. Use caution.
Cottage Grove Rd from the Interstate to Sprecher Rd –  Traffic lanes have shifted o the new pavement on the south side of the street which includes a bike lane for outbound direction only. Project Information
Schroeder Rd near Struck St – The McKenna Flood Mitigation project has moved into Phase 2 on Schroeder Rd. The Greentree-Chapel Hill Path will remain closed and at Schroeder Rd bicycles will be detoured to Rayovac Dr to reach Struck St. Please follow the marked bicycle detour.  Project Information
Johnson St – ATC is doing work on Johnson St between Blount St and Pak St related to the substation and are working at manholes throughout this area with short closures required where work is happening.
Badger State Trail and Seminole Hwy at McKee Rd – The Badger State Trail in Fitchburg is closed to begin construction of a bridge over the road. Construction is tentatively expected to be complete in mid to late September. Seminole Hwy is open but with only one travel lane in each direction with no bike lane. The City of Fitchburg asks bicyclists on Seminole Hwy to follow the marked bicycle detour. More Information and Detour Map
Gregory St – This reconstruction project has started and is expected to last until October. Project Information
Toepfer, Holly, Euclid, St Clair – Work has started and the road is closed except for resident access.
Fish Hatchery Rd Reconstruction – Work is happening in the section in the City of Fitchburg. Detour at the Cannonball Path north of the beltline if traveling south from Madison. Project Information
West Towne Path extension and underpass of Gammon Rd – Avoid travel on Gammon Rd near the Beltline and West Towne Mall if possible. Access to the mall is being maintained in this area but it will be easier to use Mineral Point Rd entrances. Project Information
UW Arboretum Curtis Pond Rehabilitation – Work is going on near the west entrance to the arboretum across from the Curtis Pond. New stop signs have been installed and trucks will be using the road. Please follow any signage or workers. Watch for gravel in the road.

EVENTS

Food Truck Friday – Starting Aug 14 there will be food trucks at Willow Island from 4-8pm. Expect higher traffic on the paths in the area during this time.
Moving Weekend – Many downtown neighborhoods are busy with moving trucks as housing rentals change over so be cautious. Garbage and recycling trucks are also making additional trips.
State Street Streatery – Starting Fri, July 3 and lasting through Aug 23, State Street will become a Streaterey on weekends. The street will be shut down to vehicles including buses on weekends to allow restaurant seating and outdoor retail sales. If you are biking through the area use caution as businesses work out how to best set up their space and pedestrians get use to this new street format.  Press Release
Dane County Farmer’s Market – The market has moved to Willow Island at the Alliant Energy Center and will be open Wednesdays and Saturdays. Expect higher than normal traffic on the paths in the area on these days. More Information
CARPC BUDGET PUBLIC HEARING

There will be one public hearing scheduled to start at 7pm during CARPC’s September 10th meeting:Adoption of the 2021 Capital Area Regional Planning Commission Budget.

The public hearing notice may be viewed at https://www.capitalarearpc.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/phn_2021budget_20200910.pdf. Please let me know if you have problems opening this PDF.

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this meeting will take place virtually via Zoom. You may participate in the meeting from your computer, tablet, smartphone, or telephone by registering at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0vdO-hqD0pEtFrkmRIdE-X65OVhzf0SO3d. (This is a different link from the link provided for CARPC’s previous Zoom meetings.) Registrants will receive an email with details on how to participate in the meeting. If you don’t have Internet access, please call Linda Firestone at 608-358-6057 to register. Public comment may also be sent, at least 24 hours prior to the meeting, to Linda Firestone atlindaf@CapitalAreaRPC.org .

DANE COUNTY COVID UPDATE #37 – OEI

Good Day Partners and Friends:

I hope you had a great weekend and continuing to remain safe.

 Briefing From Public Health Madison and Dane County

 Testing update: 

Extended testing of testing at Alliant Energy Center beyond September.
As of last Tuesday, the Alliant site passed the 100,000 test mark.
Last week was the busiest week of testing at the Alliant.
From reports, 60% of positive cases are from people who received testing at Alliant.

o   Have noted that persons are not willing to provide as much information about where they have been or who they have been in contact with for contact tracing.

Testing for Children Under 5 yrs.

Alliant and other sites  have seen an  increase in request for testing  of kids under 5 yrs.  Children under 5 must go through health care provider.

Other Testing

Continue to test at shelters  (Beacon and Porchlight);  good results from testing.

Continue pop up Testing

Pop up testing this week -Tree lane  on August 13th and
Next week – River Food Pantry  on August 18th -20th
Depending on results may be continued

Long Term Testing Site

Opening long term testing site at WIC Clinic on Park  –  MWF – will be walk up.

Last week

UW is doing testing  on campus and working on getting up to full capacity; they anticipate about 8000 test a week for person on campus.

Data snapshot  

Coming out this afternoon.  Speaks to last 2 weeks results.

Face Shields/ Mask Update

Face Shield are ok that are considered covering under the order.  A face shield with an open at bottom is not approved  to be worn alone and person wearing the open bottom face shield is required to wear a mask also.
Disposable vs Fabric  Face Mask – no firm recommendation on which will work the best.  The best way to approach is what a person can tolerate the most.

DHS

DHS has a hotline for persons to call to test results  who have not received any notification.  Persons may call  866-419-6988

Quarantine

Quarantine for person who have had close contact; testing does not shorten the quarantine period (14 days).
Isolation – for person tested positive and have symptoms (10 days)

Announcements and Updates

 Weather Notice – Thunderstorms

Winds 60-65 mile an hour winds and hail.  Already in Iowa County and storm heading East towards Dane.

 Next Briefing

Theola Carter – Manager of Policy and Program Improvement

The Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion (OEI) Department

Carter.Theola@countyofdane.com

608-283-1471

DANE COUNTY COVID UPDATE #36 – OEI

Good Day Partners and Friends:

I hope you had a great weekend and continuing to remain safe.

Briefing From Public Health Madison and Dane County

Dashboard shows we are in steady pattern.  The decline experienced has leveled out.
Activity in Hospital –COVID patients has been the in high 20 low 30s.
Things are better than they were but have a ways to go to get to a good place.

Phases

MDCPH  is still using phased approach for reopening but it looks different from when first implemented.  The change was due to the spike in cases and due to orders.
The Forward Dane Plan, does not have chart from before up.  Currently, looking at data and it is being updated.
County is not at a point to move forward.  Data suggested improved from spike peak but the County is not where we need to be.
Measures still have red indicators.
There are too many cases where people do not where they may have been exposed.
R- Value Means:  How individuals that a single case exposes.
Dane County look at the R -Value as one of the measures.
Looking for this value to be less than one.
The R-Value information is something that PH looks at behind the scenes and not on the dashboard.

Mask and Voting

All eligible voters are to be allowed to vote with or without a mask.  Not asking poll workers or others to enforce PH order.  Enforcement is the responsibility of PH Dane County.
A poll worker may ask a person to put on if they have it or provide a mask if a person forgot to bring.

Questions

State Mask Mandate

Which order has precedence the State or County?

Response:  The State the order allows for local orders to be more restrictive.  It is the order that is most restrictive.

o   There are times when PH is more strict in the state.

For example:

PH requires one to have mask in private space.
PH don’t have an exception when person is public speaking
Mask required when waiting in line.

o   State more strict:

State define covering and disallow face shields and mask with valve opening.
State defines enclosed space – defined as a confined space open to public that people congregate i.e. – ride share vehicles, bars

Is the a FAQ  available to discuss the difference between the County and State orders?

Response:  Not sure if this available.  There was discussion about having available.  This was something in process.

Does a playground count as outdoor space in State Order?

Update on testing at Alliant?

Response:  Alliant test site will continue for the time being.  No end date at this point.

Any additional metric for school reopening?

Response:  There is a group working on this.  Not sure what is being discussed.  More to come on this topic.

If a person can’t wear mask due to health complication, what are the options for stores – How does one respond?

Response:  The person questioning should take them at face value and let them proceed.

Announcements and Updates

Next Briefing, Monday, August 10, 2020

Theola Carter – Manager of Policy and Program Improvement

The Tamara D. Grigsby Office for Equity and Inclusion (OEI) Department

Carter.Theola@countyofdane.com

608-283-1471

CARPC ANNUAL REPORT

CARPC is pleased to share our 2019 annual report with you. We encourage you to take a look at our activities and accomplishments for the year.

https://carpc.sharepoint.com/:b:/g/EYkTIRuYcntJoTEit-DFFp4BnosbJpBHa30THtrclM3rGA?e=8On6ej

Please let me know if you have problems opening the above link. This link will show the annual report as single pages. If you wish to see our annual report as a spread, please let me know.

Regards,
Linda K. Firestone
Administrative Services Manager
Capital Area Regional Planning Commission
100 State Street, Suite 400
Madison, WI 53703
Cell: (608) 358-6057
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E GORHAM BIKE DETOUR

East Gorham Street – Lane Closure & Bike Detour

Beginning Monday, August 10, Speedway Sand and Gravel will close East Gorham Street to one lane between North Livingston Street and North Butler Street to install new sanitary sewer. Two traffic lanes will be opened for the morning rush hour (7:00 a.m. to 8:30 a.m.) each day until Monday, August 24. Starting Monday, August 24, traffic will be reduced to one lane at all times, including peak hours. The project is expected to be completed in late October.

The block of North Franklin Street between Gorham Street and Johnson Street will be closed starting Monday, August 17. This closure will remain for the duration of the project. Additional side street closures will occur when active work is taking place within their intersections of East Gorham Street.

Bicyclists will be detoured from the East Gorham Street bike lane to East Mifflin Street.

Sidewalk will remain open at all times on at least one side of East Gorham Street.

Metro Transit buses will continue to use East Gorham Street during the project.

On-street parking on East Gorham Street, within the project limits, will be removed for the duration of the project. Current City of Madison parking restrictions for street sweeping and short-term parking (1-hour and 2-hour time limits) are not being enforced as part of the parking restriction suspensions for COVID-19.

MADISON PARKS UPDATES

GOODMAN POOL
The 2020 pool season will continue, weather permitting, through Sunday, August 23. See website for updates. LEARN MORE

LAP SWIM & TOT SWIM
Lap swim and tot swim are offered Friday – Sunday at Goodman Pool from 9:00 – 11:00am. LEARN MORE

MASK UP MADISON
As a reminder to all visitors of the Goodman Pool, masks are required for anyone 5 years and older when moving around on the pool deck and outside of the water. This includes when entering and leaving the pool area. In need of a mask? LEARN MORE

PICKLEBALL
Pickleball locations continue to expand in Madison Parks. Now available: Elver Park!  The tennis courts now have pickleball lines. See website for adjustments to the game. LEARN MORE

SHELTER RESERVATIONS
At this time, shelters are available on a first-come, first-served basis. We are currently not accepting reservations. This also means many shelter restrooms remain closed and electricty is off. AS A REMINDER, in compliance of the Forward Dane plan, MASS GATHERINGS MORE THAN 25 PERSONS ARE NOT ALLOWEDLEARN MORE

RESTROOMS 

Speaking of restrooms, there are a number of open locations which are cleaned twice daily. LEARN MORE

ATHLETIC RESERVATIONS

While most games are not permitted under the current phase of the Forward Dane plan, practice and certain games are allowed and require a reservation. Contact parksathletics@cityofmadison.com to submit your request. LEARN MORE

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GOODMAN POOL UPDATES

2020 SEASON ENDING DATE SET 
Goodman Pool will be open, weather permitting, through Sunday, August 23, as many of the staff will return to school. See website for updates. LEARN MORE

LAP SWIM & TOT SWIM
Lap swim and tot swim are offered Friday – Sunday from 9:00 – 11:00am. LEARN MORE

MASK UP MADISON
As a reminder to all visitors, masks are required for anyone 5 years and older, when moving around on the pool deck and outside of the water. This includes when entering and leaving the pool area. Need a mask? LEARN MORE
MADISON ACTIVIST CALENDAR

Madison Activist Calendar from 8/15/20 – Solidarity Edition!

To post events or announcements for future listings, please contact: jepeck@wisc.edu

For an online version of this calendar, please visit the Madison Infoshop Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Madison-Infoshop-295863957110653

This calendar is brought to you by the friendly volunteer collective of the Madison Infoshop, c/o Mutual Aid Workspace (MAW) – Social Justice Center, 1202 Williamson St., Madison, WI 53703 https://madinfoshop.wordpress.com

We are a non-hierarchical freespace and activist clearinghouse that needs your support to survive and flourish. Check out our free lending library (videos, books, periodicals, zines), our other community resources (art supplies, theater props, graphix and stencils, megaphones, and button maker). We also host meetings and help organize events.

Sat. Aug. 15th7:00 pm Police Funding Discussion Forum – hosted by Our Wisconsin Revolution. Since the death of George Floyd on May 25th, there have been consistent protests around the country in his name to highlight the injustices of police brutality, and the killing of black men and women by the police. For far too long people of color have been subject to a system that treat their lives as less value to their white counterparts. People are rising up to comfort the inequality in our justice system. It is time to hear the voices of those who are fighting on the front lines. It’s time to be there for someone you don’t know. Speakers include: Madison Alderman Samba Baldeh; Vaun Mayes: Milwaukee Activist; Elle Halo: LGBTQ Health Equity Advocate; Brandi Grayson: Founder/CEO of Urban Triage; and Tatiana Washington: Executive Director at 50 Miles or More

For more info and to RSVP, visit: https://www.mobilize.us/ourrevolution/event/297081/?link_id=1&can_id=4a46775f82e63b1590a71447b705ff7f&source=email-police-funding-discussion-forum&email_referrer=email_884104&email_subject=police-funding-discussion-forum

Sun. Aug. 15th 12:00 Noon – 4:00 pm SGS: Profiles in Social Enrepreneurship! Online event hosted by Collaboration for Good. Join us for three conversations on why forming solid partnerships, teams, and collaborations can lead to rapid pivots, the ability to innovate, and survive during chaotic times. Meet three different social ventures that were forged out of two pandemics— Coronavirus and systemic racism. Meet three projects / pivots that are changing the people get things done in trying times— Cook it Forward, Just Bakery/Short Stack Eatery, and the Dane County Collaboration of Black Service Providers (DCCBSP). Speakers include: Francesca Hong, Carmella Glenn, Alex Lindenmeyer, Patrina White, Jacqueline Hunt, Brandi Grayson, Tara Wilhelmi, and Clyde Mayberry. For more info and tickets, visit:https://sgsprofiles.splashthat.com/

Sun. Aug. 16th 1:00 – 6:00 pm Virtual Magic PRIDE Festival! Because of COVID 19 pandemic event restrictions in Dane County and the health of our community, OutReach LGBTQ+ Community Center will be hosting our second annual Magic Pride Festival online this year. Entertainment, speakrs, hosts, and more. The event will stream on ourMagic Pride website, www.outreachmagicfestival.orgas well as on the OutReach Facebook page:www.facebook.com/LGBTOutReach and via Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM7O__b2tz1QBIwMXuZefxw​

Mon. Aug. 17th 12:00 Noon – 6:00 pm and Tues. Aug. 18th 9:00 am – 1:00 pm The 2020 Data For Impact Conference! Keynote speakers include: Annette Miller on Redesigning Data – Embracing an Equity Lens; Jordan Ellenberg on the Dark Art of Gerrymandering in Wisconsin; Yogesh Chala on Dane County Jail Data: Using Data to Inform Public Safety; and Jeffrey Wu on Behind the Scenes with Public Health Data, and For more info and tickets, visit: https://dataforimpact.org

Thurs. Aug. 20th 6:00 – 8:00 pm Getting Out the Vote – Building Unity Gathering via Zoom!

For the past six months, the Building Unity project has been getting out to almost every region of Wisconsin. We are making connections and holding events that are helping us get build the unity that we need to turn out the vote this November. Join us as we bring some of the states most powerful pro-voting champions together to help us craft a united plan for the next two and a half months months. For Zoom call-in details, visit the Facebook event:https://www.facebook.com/events/1063515430729728

Thurs. Aug. 20th 7:00 pm Online Event: Pollutants in the Neighborhood – the Environmental Movement and the Fight Against Racism!

In spite of a long history of mainstream whitewashing of environmentalism, the environmental movement today is more multi-racial than ever before. It is vital for us to link anti-racism to environmentalism and anti-capitalism. Since the murder of George Floyd, we have seen the largest uprising against racism in recent memory. The call to defund the police has become a central demand of the movement. Black Lives Matter has forced many to reckon with the bloody history of the United States and what a just society would look like. The United States was founded on racist ideas and a capitalist economic system. Notions of race and racism grew out of the need to justify slavery, segregation, Indigenous removal and more. And now, capitalism’s endless expansion has become an unsustainable threat to us all. Join People’s Green New Deal Madison for a discussion of anti-racism and the environmental movement. Learn why environmentalists should be standing with today’s demands of defunding and abolishing the police.

Speakers include:

M. Adams is a community organizer and co-executive director of Freedom Inc. Born and raised in Milwaukee, Adams has been in Madison since 2003.

Charlie Aleck is a non-binary Nuu-chah-nulth and Creole maker and shaker currently based in Chicago. They recently wrote a piece about Indigenous and Black solidarity in Chicago. https://rampantmag.com/2020/07/17/black-and-indigenous-solidarity/

Max Prestigiacomo is a member of the Madison Common Council, representing District 8 in Madison, Wisconsin. He founded the Youth Climate Action Team dedicated to fighting the climate crisis and uplifting the disenfranchised. Max is also a member of the Democratic Socialist of America.

Dayna Long is a member of People’s Green New Deal Madison.

For more info, visit: https://www.facebook.com/events/277513503347487/

Sat. Aug. 29th 1:00 – 4:00 pm Villager on Park (2222 S. Park St.) Drive-Through Unity Picnic! The Annual Unity Picnic, hosted by the Urban League, is a family friendly event with great food – plus, we will have the US Census and Voter’s Registration available all from the comfort of your vehicle! There is no cost to attend. For more info, visit the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/447780732553560

Sun. Aug. 30th 1:00 – 5:00 pm Penn Park (2101 Fisher St.) Black Latino Unity Picnic! – Building Towards a United Front! An event for the whole community focused on the common struggle of Black and Latino Workers for better working, housing, employment and living conditions in our neighborhoods. Food, music, kids’ activities, information, and unity! 100% free and family friendly! Un evento para toda la comunidad enfocada en la lucha común de los trabajadores Latinos y Morenos por mejores condiciones de trabajo, vivienda, empleo y de vida en nuestros vecindarios. Comida, musica, actividades infantiles, informacion y unidad. 100% gratis y familiar! More info? Visit the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/935496450137434

Some Ways to Get Involved with Ongoing Racial Justice Efforts in the greater Madison community:

Freedom Inc is working to end of violence against women, gender-non-conforming and transgender folks, and children within communities of color by challenging the root causes of violence, poverty, racism and discrimination. http://freedom-inc.org/

Freedom Youth Squad is another local organization that has pushing to getpolice out of schools, promoting other justiceefforts in our schools, and creating social support and crisis support for youth of color. https://www.facebook.com/FreedomYouthSquad/

Free the 350 Bail Fund is also involved in challenging the prison industrial complex. Many people are held in jail before they receive a fair trial, simply because they can’t afford bail. Often, these are parents of color who are separated from their own kids. https://freethe350bailfund.wordpress.com/

Urban Triage seeks to empower Black families to excel and believe in their own ability to make a difference throughcrisis response, advocacy, psycho-education, community support services, intervention, leadership development and systems training. https://urbantriage.org/

Dane County Time Bank’s Restorative Justice project hosts a hotline to help resolve non-emergency disputes without involving the police. https://danecountytimebank.org/projects/restorative-justice

The Social Justice Center (SJC) is a busy grassroots hub for several community organizations, challenging racism and many other forms of systemic injustice. https://www.socialjusticecenter.org/

Groundwork s a group of dedicated white anti-racist activists that offer classes and resources to other white people so they can be better educated and organized about these issues. https://groundworkmadison.com/

Support Dane County Community Defense!

Mutual aid in this time of crisis is critical and Dane County Community Defense is in need of more donations and volunteers! They need helping calling folks in need, as well as pointing them towards other resources available in the community.

For more details about this community solidarity effort and to sign up for volunteering, please visit:https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/e/2PACX-1vQw7ptVb-w6FC1xxhEmw_uwN72BrsQMVlBWwv6hy_VG_91SBwF2QiSytoORlUNOP5l12xiw2foGMgK7/pubhtml?gid=1121011970&single=true

You can also make donations for this effort, by visiting: https://secure.givelively.org/donate/social-justice-center-inc/dane-county-mutual-aid-crisis-response-fund

BEACH UPDATES

Beach Alert

Water quality monitoring occurs until Labor Day. Observe water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algal blooms. Per Public Health orders, a group gathering cannot be larger than 25 people (with distancing).

Beach Status
Beach
Status
Message
BB Clarke
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 78°F . Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Bernies
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F . Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Brittingham
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F . Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Esther
Closed
The beach is closed for swimming due to elevated levels of bacteria tested on 8/13/2020. The beach will reopen when bacteria levels are acceptable.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Frost Woods
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F . Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Goodland County Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 76°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Hudson Park Lake Access Point
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 81°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

James Madison
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F . Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Lake Mendota County Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 78°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Maple Bluff Beach Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 75°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Marshall
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/13/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

McDaniel Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/12/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 80°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Memorial Union (Pier)
Closed
In response to COVID-19, Memorial Union Terrace and Memorial Union Swimming Pier are closed indefinitely by order of The University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Olbrich
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 79°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Olin
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/11/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 75°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Schluter
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/12/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 75°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Spring Harbor
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 76°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Stewart County Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/12/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 76°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Tenney
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 78°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Verona Fireman’s Park
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/12/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 78°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
No
No

Vilas
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/13/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 77°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

Warner
Open
Public Health Madison & Dane County tested bacteria levels and checked for algae blooms on 8/10/2020. The results were acceptable. The shallow near-shore temperature was 79°F. Even though the results were acceptable at the time of monitoring, algae levels can change quickly depending on waves and wind. Always take a look at water conditions before you or your pet enter the water and avoid contact with algae blooms.

Swim Ropes
Lifeguard
Yes
No

WATER MAIN FLUSHING UPDATES

Water Main Flushing plans beginning Monday, August 17th (all flushing is daytime unless otherwise noted)

East (Area 11) — Stoughton Rd to S Fair Oaks Ave south of Milwaukee St.

West (Area 6) –South of Regent St between Virginia Ter and Commonwealth Ave; THEN West of Franklin Ave and south of University Ave.

West (Area 12) — North of Mineral Point Rd between Midvale Blvd and Glenway St; THEN Arbor Hills Neighborhood south of the Beltline.

West (Area 26) — East of S High Point Rd and south of the Beltline.
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Questions: Shayne Santi, 261-9128

Flushing Information Line: 261-9178

DETAILS:

Area 11 (East):4-6 runs per day
Run ID  Run Description
11001 Dempsey – Stoughton – Milwaukee –  (Calvert to E of Fair Oaks)
11004 Dempsey Rd (Portland to Cottage Grove Rd)
11004.2 Cottage Grove Rd- Royster Oaks Dr
11004.3 Pinny St- Silas St
11401 Dempsy Rd south of Cottage Grove Rd and Pinchot Ave
11402 Gary St
11403 Clair St – Pinchot – Elinor St
11405 Drexel Ave – Lake Edge Blvd to Bowman Ave
11407 Maher Ave – Lake Edge Blvd to Morningside Ave
11408 Bowman Ave
11409 E Lakeview Ave – Morningside Ave to Major Ave
11410 Morningside Ave – Bowman Ave to Rahel St
11411 Camden Rd – Morningside Ave to Allis Ave
11412 Maher Ave – Morningside to Allis Ave
11413 Major Ave – Maher to Morningside
11414 Turner Ave – Major to Allis
11415
11416 Buckeye Rd – Spaanm to Stoughton Rd
11417 Buckeye Rd – Camden Rd to
11418
11419 Major Ave and Blossom Ln
11419.2
11420 Stoughton Rd north of Major Ave
11005 Anchor Dr
11005.2 Steines and Bergen to Anchor Dr
11006 Rockwell –  (Dempsey to Bergen)
11007 Lori Circle
11008 Dennett Dr – Hargrove St (Dempsey to Walter)
11009 Hargrove St (Walter to W end)
11010 Tulane Av – Ring St (Dempsey to S end)
11010.2 Tulane (Hargrove to Ring St)
11011 Tulane Av – Ring St (Hargrove to S end)
11012 Anchor Dr – Gunderson St (Dempsey to Tulane)
11013 Margaret St (Dempsey to Gunderson)
11014 Anchor – Ontario – Rockwell (Dempsey to Dempsey)
11015 Coral Ct
11016 Schenk St (Tulane to Milwaukee)
11017.1 Schenk St – Paus St from Tulane to Buckingham Ln
11017.2 Schenk St – Paus St from Tulane to Buckingham Ln
11018 Buckingham Ln – Dawes St (Paus to E end)
11019 Dawes St (Schenk to E end)
11020 Sussex – Buckingham – Dawes

Area 6 (West):4-6 runs per day
Run ID  Run Description
6051 Eton Ridge (Virginia to Allen)
6052 Vista Rd (Eton Ridge to Rugby Row)
6053 Rugby Row (Virginia to Commonwealth)
6054 Hillington Wy – Hillington Green – Norwood Pl
6055 Hillington Wy – Norwood Pl (Hillington Green to Virginia)
6056 University Ave (Franklin to Hill)
6057 University Av (Hill St to Maple Ter)
6058 Maple Ter – Locust Dr (University to Burbank)
6059 Burbank Place
6060 Highbury Rd – Locust Dr (University to Rose)
6061 Rose Place (University to Locust)
6062 University – Rose Pl connector (Univ to Locust)
6063 Shorewood Blvd – Locust Dr (Univ to Western)
6064 Midvale Blvd (University to Heather Crest)
6065 Midvale Blvd (Heather Crest to Bagley)
6066 Bagley Pkwy – Owen Dr (Midvale to Regent)
6071 Ridge St – Bluff St (University to midway Bluff)
6072 Schmitt Pl – Harvey St (University to E end Harvey)
6073 Barlow St
6074 Stevens St (Shepard to Quarry Park)
6075 McKinley St
6076 Bluff St – Du Rose Ter (midway Bluff to S end Du Rose)
6077 Harvey St – Eugenia Av (Schmitt to Owen)
6078 Hill St – Harvey St – Eugenia Av (Univ to Owen)
6079 Eugenia Av (Univ to Owen)
6080 Eugenia – Stevens – Blackhawk (Owen to S end Blackhawk)
6081 Bluff St – Palomino Ln (Blackhawk to Stevens)
6082 Stevens St – Eugenia Av (Palomino to Bluff)
6083 Blackhawk Av (Univ to Stevens)
6084 Lucia Crest – Bruce Ct (Blackhawk to N end Bruce)
6085 Meadow Ln – Lucia Crest – Bruce Ct (Univ to N end Bruce)
6086 Meadow Ln (Lucia Crest to Regent)
6087 Owen Dr – Regent St (Blackhawk to S end Blackhawk )

Area 12 (West):4-6 runs per day
Run ID  Run Description
10300 Glenway (Mineral Point to Hillcrest)
10301 Larkin (Mineral Point to Plymouth Cir)
10302 Hillcrest (Larkin to Glenway)
10303 Hammersley (Larkin to Waverly) AND Waverly (Hammersley to Speedway) to 1st hyd S on Speedway
10304 Hammersley (Waverly to Speedway)
10305 Ross (Glenway to Franklin)
10306 Hillcrest (Glenway to Speedway)
10307 Glenway (Hillcrest to Zwerg) AND Zwerg (Glenway to Franklin)
10308 Glenway (Zwerg to Ridge), Ridge (Glenway to Franklin), Franklin (Ridge to Sylvan), AND Sylvan to end
10309 Glenway (1st hyd S of Ridge to 1st hyd N of Ridge – 14″)
10310 Larkin (Plymouth to Regent) AND Regent E to hyd
10311 Regent (Larkin W to hyd)
10312 Plymouth (Larkin to Priscilla) AND Priscilla (Plymouth to Larkin)
10313 Plymouth (Priscilla to Larkin)
10314 Hillcrest (Glenway to Standish Ct) AND Standish N to end
10315 Alden (Plymouth to Hillcrest), Hillcrest (Alden E to connector), AND connector (Hillcrest to Hammersley)
10316 Hammersley Ave – Larkin St to Westmorland Blvd
10317 Hillcrest-Hammersley connector loop
10318 Westmorland (Hillcrest to Mineral Point)
10319 Hammersley (Standish to Westmorland) AND Westmorland (Hamm to Mineral Point)

10160 West Beltline and Grandview
10161 West Beltline and Landmark
10162 West Beltline East of Landmark
10163 Grandview and Arbordale
10164 Grandview and Coventry
10165 Kingston – Brighton – Grandview
10166 Kingston – Nottingham – Grandview
10168 Kingston from Nottingham to Grandview
10169 Grandview and Pelham
10170 Pelham Rd and Pelham Ct
10170.1 Grandview-Nottingham-Ashford
10171 Pelham Rd
10172 Layton Ln and Layton Cir
10173 Leyton Ln
10174 Westview and Sandwood
10175 Sandwood and Westview
10176 Derby Down and Wimbledon Way
10177 Sandwood-Grandview-Post Rd to Irvington Way
10178 Knollwood Way and Knollwood Cir
10179 Irvington and Essex

Area 26 (West):5-8 runs per day
Run ID  Run Description
26128 Watts Rd from up to East of Timber Lake Trail
26129 High Point Woods Dr from Watts Rd
26130 Goldenrod Lane-Aster Lane from Watts Rd
26131 Hawkweed Ln-Goldenrod Lane up to West Beltline Hwy
26132 Starflower-Goldenrod Lane from Aster Lane
26133 Timber Lake Trail (west side)from Watts Rd
26134 Timber Lake Trail (east side) from Watts Rd
26135 Watts Rd (Sky Ridge Dr-S.Gammon Rd)
26136 New Washburn Wy (S.High Point Rd-La Pointe Ter)
26137 Dandaneau Trl-Kottke Dr up to East of Sky Ridge Dr
26138 Kottke Dr (Sky Ridge Dr-Watts Rd)
26139 Kottke Dr (20′ public water main easement)
26140 Ondossagon Wy-Kottke Dr from New Wasburn Wy
26141 Madeline Island
26142 Ondossagon Ct
26143 Chautauqua Trl
26144 Chautauqua Trl-Apostle Island
26145 Apostle Island
26146 La Pointe Ter
26147 New Washburn Wy-Morraine View Dr from La Pointe Ter
26148 Welton Dr (New Washburn Wy-S.High Point Rd)
26149 Chequamegon Bay-Elver Ct
26150 Chequamegon Bay (end side)
26151 Elver Ct (end side)
26152 Siskiwit Cir
26153 Cornucopia Ct
26154 W.Village Crest Dr
26155 E. Village Crest Dr
26156 W.Valley Ridge Dr ( Kottke Dr-E.Valley Ridge Dr)
26157 E.Valley Ridge Dr-Kottke Dr
26158 W. Valley Ridge Dr
26159 E.Valley Ridge Dr
26160 Sky Ridge Dr from Kottke Dr
26161 Sky Ridge Dr
26162 786 Sky Ridge Dr
26163 738 Sky Ridge Dr
26164 710 Sky Ridge Dr
26165 West Valhalla Way from New Washburn Wy
26166 East Valhalla Way from South Holt
26167 Wanebo Ln
26168 Ashwabay Ln


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