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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE

PUBLIC NOTICE
A meeting of the Madison Area Technical
College District Board was held on
September 1, 2021 in a hybrid format.
Members of the public were given an
opportunity to attend the meeting in
person or virtually through a phone line
published as part of the notice.
Board members present: Elton Crim
(Chair), Frances Huntley-Cooper (ViceChair), Melanie Lichtfeld (Secretary),
Randy Guttenberg, Joseph Hasler, Ananda Mirilli, and Christopher Polzer.
Also present: Jack E. Daniels, President;
Jon Anderson, Legal Counsel; Turina
Bakken, Provost; Rosemary Buschhaus,
Vice-President of Human Resources &
Chief Human Resources Officer; Tim
Casper, Executive Vice-President of
Student Affairs & Institutional Effectiveness; Lucía Nuñez, Vice-President of
Equity, Inclusion and Community Engagement; and Mark Thomas, Executive
Vice-President for Finance and Administration & Chief Operating Officer.
Others present: Sean Green, Student
Senate President; Zong Her, Director of
Institutional Research & Effectiveness
Donna Hutcherson, Student Liaison;
Cody White, Manager of Capital Planning
and Sustainability; and Kristin Rolling,
Recording Secretary.
Call to Order I
The meeting was duly noticed and called
to order at 5:31 p.m. by Dr. Crim.
Routine Business Matters II
Approval of Meeting Minutes II A
There was a motion by Mr. Guttenberg,
seconded by Ms. Huntley-Cooper, to
approve the meeting minutes of August 4,
2021, as submitted. Motion carried.
Public Comments II B
Mr. Green shared a report on the current
and upcoming activities of the Student
Senate.
New Business III
Communications III A
Board Chair’s Report III A 1
Future Meeting & Event Schedule III A 1
a
Dr. Crim reported that he attended the
recent Madison College Foundation
Board meeting. Dr. Crim reported that the

Board will continue to meet in a hybrid
format through December 2021. The
format for meetings after December will
be decided at a later time. Dr. Crim
recognized Mr. Hasler who reported that
he attended the most recent meeting of
the District Board’s Association.
Student Liaison Report III A 2
Ms. Hutcherson reported that racial
equity, diversity, inclusion and student
homelessness are her priorities this year
as a student leader.
College/Campus Announcements III A 3
Ms. Ahedo reported that Goodman South
Campus welcomed a new class of Early
College STEM Academy students. English language learners and early childhood education students are also on
campus. The campus continues to
engage students and provide the type of
class formats they need. The campus is
partnering with the Latino academy of
workforce development to offer a bilingual
class on blueprint reading. This skill is
critical in manufacturing, construction,
architectural, or apprenticeship work.
Dr. Bakken reported that the college
continues to advance its transfer partnership strategy with WTCS partners.
Building on the agreements with Fox
Valley Technical College and Northcentral
Technical College, agreement with Lakeshore Technical College and Northeast
Wisconsin Technical College that will give
more students around Wisconsin opportunities for transfer to a four-year institution.
The Respiratory Therapy program recently received the Distinguished RRT
Credentialing success award from the
Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) The central criteria for
this award is that 90% of the program
graduates succeed at the high cut score

on the National Board Respiratory Care
(NBRC) exam and then successfully pass
the Clinical Simulation Exam to earn the
Registered Respiratory Therapist credentials and maintain that over a three year
time period. In the Northern Region,
Madison College partnered with Las
Milpas and the Baraboo Area Chamber of
Commerce alongside the Latino Chamber
of Commerce to host a Lunch and Learn
in Baraboo that highlighted the college’s
initiatives to support the Latino population, specifically the new ESL Career
Pathways grant for the regionals. In the
Eastern Region, both campuses are
coordinating with local health agencies to
offer Covid-19 vaccine clinics, expanding
instruction options for ESL students, and
offering new welding courses to address
workforce shortages
Dr. Casper provided an enrollment update
for the Fall 2021 semester. The new
student website was launched, as well as
a texting campaign for prospective
students. The Tuition Refund Policy was
redesigned to be more equitable. Madison College continues its activities in the
first year of the Achieving the Dream
participation.
Dr. Thomas reported that after two years
of interrupted athletics, 155 studentathletes and 29 coaches will be participating in athletics this academic year. The
Athletics administration, led by Steve
Hauser, have been in constant discussion
over conference and region COVID
response protocols, and establishing
responses and systems to ensure our
student athletes are remaining safe and in
compliance with localized requirements
so that they can participate. Dr. Thomas
provided an update on construction
projects in the fitness center and Athletics

areas; the Ingenuity Center; Interior
Design, Architectural Technology, and
Civil Engineering spaces; and the Fort
Atkinson Metal Fabrication lab. There
have been no changes to COVID
protocols in the last month, but communication to students and staff continue to
remind them of the protocols.
Ms. Nuñez reported on activities related
to one of the statements in the Madison
College Equity and Inclusion Plan that
employee demographics will reflect student demographics. Members of the
Human Resources team, along with the
Office of Equity and Inclusion have
reviewed all aspects of the hiring process,
from position description development
through onboarding and retention strategies.
President’s Report III a 4
Dr. Daniels reported that the college
recently hosted a picnic for employees
ahead of the start of the fall semester.
Approximately275 employees, along with
Mr. Polzer, attended the picnic. Madison
College will host the Wisconsin Technical
College System Board on September 14
and 15.
Dr. Daniels introduced Ms. Her, who
presented EMSI data related to economic
impact of Madison College on the district.
Dr. Daniels introduced Mr. White, who
presented information related to the
Madison College three-year facilities plan.
Action Items III B
Three-Year Facilities Plan III B 1
Dr. Thomas reported that Annually, all
Wisconsin Technical College System
(WTCS) districts are required to prepare
and submit a Three-Year Facilities Plan to
the Wisconsin Technical College System
State Board. The plan must be approved
by the District Board and submitted to the

WTCS.
There was a motion by Mr. Guttenberg,
seconded by Mr. Hasler, to approve the
Madison College's Three-Year Facilities
Plan dated September 2021 for submission to the Wisconsin Technical College
System. Motion carried.
Investment Policy Update III B 2
Dr. Thomas reported that Regulation
#209 authorizes the CFO/Controller and
the Executive Vice President of Finance
and Administration to develop and
maintain an investment procedure. The
college is requesting an update to the
procedure that will allow the college to
invest in a new product is called WISC
ETD or Extended Term Duration Series.
There was a motion by Mr. Polzer,
seconded by Mr. Hasler, to approve the
update to the investment procedure to
allow the District to invest in the new
WISC ETD product. Motion carried.
Capital Projects Borrowing III B 3
Resolution Authorizing the Issuance of
Not to Exceed $3,500,000 General
Obligation Promissory Notes, Series
2021-22D III B 3 a
Dr. Thomas reported that the attached
resolution is the authorization to begin
this process and totals $3,500,000,
including $1,500,000 for building remodeling and improvement projects, and
$2,000,000 for the cost of acquisition of
movable equipment and technology.
Once the borrowing is authorized, the
resolution is published as public notice
per Section 67.12(12)(e)5 of the Wisconsin Statutes. Bids are then received.
There was a motion Mr. Hasler, seconded
by Mr. Guttenberg, to adopt the Resolution Authorizing The Issuance Of Not To
Exceed $3,500,000 General Obligation
Promissory Notes, Series 2021-22D; And

Setting The Sale Therefor. Motion carried.
Resolution Establishing the Parameters
For the Sale of Not to Exceed $3,500,000
General Obligation Promissory Notes,
Series 2021-22C III B 3 b
Dr. Thomas reported that the Madison
Area Technical College District Board
previously approved authorizing the sale
of $3,500,000 of General Obligation
Promissory Notes. The issuance of the
notes is for the public purpose of the
acquisition of movable equipment and
technology costing $5,000 or more per
unit or set ($2,000,000), and for the
purpose of paying the cost of building
remodeling and improvement projects
($1,500,000). The resolution limits the
delegation of authority by stating that the
General Obligation Promissory Notes
may not be issued unless the True
Interest Cost is equal to or less than
3.0%.
There was a motion Mr. Polzer, seconded
by Mr. Guttenberg, to adopt the Resolution Establishing Parameters for the Sale
of Not to Exceed $3,500,000 General
Obligation Promissory Notes, Series
2021-22D. Motion carried.
Consent Agenda III B 4
General fund monthly financial report as
of July 31, 2021 III B 4 a
Request for proposals/request for bids
/sole sources III B 4 b
Contracts for services for June 2021 III B
4c
Supplier payments greater than or equal
to $2,500 and schedule of checks issued
for the period July 16, 2021 through
August 15, 2021 III B 4 d
Employment of personnel III B 4 e
Resignations and separations III B 4 f
Retirements III B 4 g
There was a motion by Ms. HuntleyCooper, seconded by Mr. Polzer, to
approve Consent Agenda items III.B.4.a.
through g. Motion carried
Adjournment V
There was a motion by Ms. HuntleyCooper, seconded by Mr. Polzer, to
adjourn the meeting. Motion carried.
The meeting adjourned at 7:07 p.m.
Melanie Lichtfeld, Secretary
WSJ: October 13, 2021 75086 WNAXLP

STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT
COURT, DANE COUNTY
Small Claims
Publication Summons And Notice
Case No. 2021SC004655
If you need help in this matter because of
a disability, please call: 608-266-4311
Plaintiff(s)
DNF Associates, LLC
2351 North Forest Road
GETZVILLE, NY 14068
-vsDefendant(s)
Bich Mai
5968 Schroeder Rd Apt B
Madison, WI 53711-2561
Publication Summons and Notice of Filing
TO THE PERSON(S) NAMED ABOVE
AS DEFENDANT(S):
You are being sued by the person(s)
named above as Plaintiff(s). A copy of the
claim has been sent to you at your
address as stated in the caption above.
The lawsuit will be heard in the following
Small Claims court:
Dane County Courthouse Telephone
Number of Clerk of Court: 608-266-4311
Address: 215 South Hamilton Street
City: Madison, WI 53703-3285
on the following date and time:
Date: 10/25/2021
Time: 9:00 a.m.
If you do not attend the hearing, the court
may enter a judgment against you in favor
of the person(s) suing you. A copy of the
claim has been sent to you at your
address as stated in the caption above. A
judgment may be enforced as provided by
law. A judgment awarding money may
become a lien against any real estate you
own now or in the future, and may also be
enforced by garnishment or seizure of
property.
You may have the option to Answer
without appearing in court on the court
date by filing a written Answer with the
clerk of court before the court date. You
must send a copy of your Answer to the
Plaintiff(s) named above at their address.
You may contact the clerk of court at the
telephone number above to determine if
there are other methods to answer a
Small Claims complaint in that county.
/s/ Electronically Signed by Richard E.
Stueckroth
10/11/2021
Attorney's State Bar Number 1101071
262-641-3715
Dobberstein Law Firm, LLC
225 S. Executive Dr. Suite 201
Brookfield, WI. 53005
WSJ: October 13, 2021-75453 WNAXLP

Glass-Free Zone for the State Street Area
Enactment Number: RES-21-00661 Sponsors: Rhodes-Conway, Verveer, Bennett
Establishing a Glass-Free Zone for the State Street area from 9:00 p.m. on October 29, 2021 to 5:00 a.m. on October 30, 2021 and from 9:00 p.m. on October 30, 2021 to
5:00 a.m. on October 31, 2021. WHEREAS, the Common Council adopted Section 23.36 of the Madison General Ordinances to establish a Glass-Free Zone in a specified
geographic area during a specified period of time; and WHEREAS, it has been determined that a Glass-Free Zone will be in effect from 9:00 p.m. on October 29, 2021 to 5:00
a.m. on October 30, 2021 and from 9:00 p.m. on October 30, 2021 to 5:00 a.m. on October 31, 2021; and WHEREAS, it has been determined that the Glass-Free Zone will
include the entire length of State Street beginning at the intersection of North Park Street and State Street and continuing to the intersection of West Mifflin Street and North
Carroll Street at State Street. The Glass-Free Zone will also include the 500, 600 and 700 blocks of University Avenue, the 200 and 400 blocks of West Gorham Street, the
200 and 400 blocks of West Gilman Street, the 100, 200 and 300 blocks of West Johnson Street, the 400 and 500 blocks of North Frances Street, the 400 and 500 blocks of
North Lake Street, the 400 block of East Campus Mall, Hawthorne Court, Fitch Court, North Henry Street between Langdon Street and West Dayton Street, the 300 and 400
blocks of North Broom Street, the 100 block of North Fairchild Street, the 10 and 100 blocks of West Mifflin Street, the 10 and 100 blocks of North Carroll Street, the 100 block
of West Dayton Street, and Langdon Street between North Park Street and North Henry Street; and WHEREAS, no person shall possess any glass container on City-owned
property within the Glass-Free Zone; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Common Council hereby creates a Glass-Free Zone to be operative from 9:00
p.m. on October 29, 2021 to 5:00 a.m. on October 30, 2021 and from 9:00 p.m. on October 30, 2021 to 5:00 a.m. on October 31, 2021, covering the entire length of State
Street beginning at the intersection of North Park Street and State Street and continuing to the intersection of West Mifflin Street and North Carroll Street at State Street, the
500, 600 and 700 blocks of University Avenue, the 200 and 400 blocks of West Gorham Street, the 200 and 400 blocks of West Gilman Street, the 100, 200 and 300 blocks
of West Johnson Street, the 400 and 500 blocks of North Frances Street, the 400 and 500 blocks of North Lake Street, the 400 block of East Campus Mall, Hawthorne Court,
Fitch Court, North Henry Street between Langdon Street and West Dayton Street, the 300 and 400 blocks of North Broom Street, the 100 block of North Fairchild Street, the
10 and 100 blocks of West Mifflin Street, the 10 and 100 blocks of North Carroll Street, the 100 block of West Dayton Street and Langdon Street between North Park Street
and North Henry Street

PUB: WSJ: October 13, 2021
#75161 WNAXLP

STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT
COURT, DANE COUNTY
Small Claims
Publication Summons And Notice
Case No. 2021SC004664
If you need help in this matter because of
a disability, please call: 608-266-4311
Plaintiff(s)
DNF Associates, LLC
2351 North Forest Road
GETZVILLE NY 14068
-vsDefendant(s)
Brenda K Fries
845 Dane St
Madison WI 53713-1204
Publication Summons and Notice of Filing
TO THE PERSON(S) NAMED ABOVE
AS DEFENDANT(S):
You are being sued by the person(s)
named above as Plaintiff(s). A copy of the
claim has been sent to you at your
address as stated in the caption above.
The lawsuit will be heard in the following
Small Claims court:
Dane County Courthouse Telephone
Number of Clerk of Court: 608-266-4311
Address: 215 South Hamilton Street
City: Madison, WI 53703-3285
on the following date and time:
Date: 10/25/2021
Time: 9:00 a.m.
If you do not attend the hearing, the court
may enter a judgment against you in favor
of the person(s) suing you. A copy of the
claim has been sent to you at your
address as stated in the caption above. A
judgment may be enforced as provided by
law. A judgment awarding money may
become a lien against any real estate you
own now or in the future, and may also be
enforced by garnishment or seizure of
property.
You may have the option to Answer
without appearing in court on the court
date by filing a written Answer with the
clerk of court before the court date. You
must send a copy of your Answer to the
Plaintiff(s) named above at their address.
You may contact the clerk of court at the
telephone number above to determine if
there are other methods to answer a
Small Claims complaint in that county.
/s/ Electronically Signed by Richard E.
Stueckroth
10/11/2021
Attorney's State Bar Number 1101071
262-641-3715
Dobberstein Law Firm, LLC
225 S. Executive Dr. Suite 201
Brookfield, WI. 53005
WSJ: October 13, 2021-75436 WNAXLP

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