Parisi, who was first elected to the county's top post in 2011 during a special election, said the job is more important now than he ever coul…
“We've been working for the last six years to really move innovative ways of approaching true birth equity, and we know that we can't continue…
A mandatory furlough program in the 2021 budget is expected to save an estimated $1.2 million.
The council’s actions allow individuals 18 and older to carry up to 28 grams, or slightly less than an ounce, of cannabis or cannabis derivati…
The project still requires final approval from the Urban Design Commission, which is expected to occur Dec. 2.
The PFC is holding a first round of chief candidate interviews Tuesday, though only names of final candidates will be released.
The election is April 6.
“This is a really difficult budget season for all of the city,” Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said.
Pending confirmation by the City Council, Nasra Wehelie would replace former alder Donna Moreland who resigned in September.
The board expects to act on appointments to District 4 and District 12 Dec. 17.
“We are obliged to deliver a balanced budget, and there were very few options to make that possible,” Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said.
Madison’s City Council will continue its deliberations Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. beginning with amendments to the 2021 Capital Budget.
The budget will now go to Dane County Executive Parisi for his signature.
While Fire Fighters Local 311 plans to alter its agreement with the city, the Madison Professional Police Officers Association does not plan t…
Final deliberations on the city’s 2021 Capital and Operating Budgets begin Nov. 10.
“This is an important milestone,” Dane County Executive Joe Parisi said Thursday.
“We need to be prepared for just about anything now,” Madison City Clerk Maribeth Witzel-Behl said.
The editor of UMOJA Magazine wants to be a “watchdog” at the polls.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors begins budget deliberations Nov. 9.
Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m., and everyone in line at 8 p.m. gets to vote.