Ald. Michael Tierney said driving through the intersections is like "playing Russian roulette."
“Our mission is to look out for the health, safety and welfare of the community," Donnelly said.
The City Council will review Silk Exotic's alcohol and entertainment licenses at its Feb. 4 meeting.
Neighbors express concerns that the plans for Canopy nightclub are moving too fast.
Madison's Alcohol License Review Committee approved the agreement Wednesday with a 90-day suspension of the strip club's liquor license set to begin Jan. 1.
The city's only strip club, which will remain closed during the suspension, also agreed to a list of other conditions.
Study doesn't find similar effect on fire and emergency services, rejects special fee to cover increased police costs.
The City Attorney's Office formally asked the City Council to revoke the strip club's liquor and 21+ entertainment licenses in a 56-page complaint on Friday.
The Muskellounge and Sporting Club will be located in a strip mall situated along Monona Drive and Buckeye Road, near Lake Edge Drive.
The council chose Gebhardt in large part because it had the largest number of affordable housing units planned for the tower.
Police have reported an uptick in the number of non-students coming to the area late on weekend nights, some of whom are gang-involved, armed or both.
Madison's Alcohol License Review Committee will consider extending a no-late-entry policy to nine new downtown establishments.
After a yearlong legal dispute to allow alcohol at the franchised Taco Bell Cantina location at 534 State St., the parties have agreed to settle.
Madison and Taco Bell have reached a tentative settlement of a year-long legal fight that would let allow beer and wine sales at a franchised restaurant on State Street.
City also planning to shut down city's only strip club.
A Madison City Council member said he'll "make every effort" to get the liquor license revoked of a strip club on the city's East Side, following the shooting of four people in the club early Sunday morning.
Tasting rooms are typically associated with breweries, wineries and distilleries and require a license from the state to operate. However, they do not require a liquor license from the city.
Mayor Paul Soglin's revised moratorium and a competing proposal by council members are beginning to move through the city's legislative process.
The city's alcohol licensing body voted 5-4 on Wednesday in support of granting a new license to Koi Sushi after a previous liquor license was not renewed.
A committee ruled Wednesday that illegal modeling work at Koi Sushi, 502 State St., was enough to warrant not renewing a beer and wine license.
Without the appropriate city approvals and permits, Koi Sushi tore down a wall next to the neighboring vacant space.
"This is one of many opportunities to address the problem," Madison police Capt. Jason Freedman said.
The Alcohol License Review Committee recommended not renewing Koi Sushi's liquor license.