Castillo, chief of staff to Senator-elect Kelda Roys, was appointed to the board in December and will run for election in the spring.
Board Chair Analiese Eicher announced the appointments of Cecely Castillo to represent District 4 on the city’s southwest side and Larry Palm to District 12 on the north side of the city.
The board expects to act on appointments to District 4 and District 12 Dec. 17.
The budget will now go to Dane County Executive Parisi for his signature.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors begins budget deliberations Nov. 9.
Dane County's Personnel & Finance Committee meets virtually Monday at 5:30 p.m.
The resolution asks that UW-Madison only offer online instruction until zero cases for 14 consecutive days with some exceptions.
The resolution sponsored by Supervisor Elizabeth Doyle, District 1, aims to pause the current planning and request that criminal and racial justice reforms supported by the county are considered in new planning.
Elizabeth Doyle, who chairs the county’s Health and Human Needs Committee, wants Dane County to implement recommendations to lower the jail population and minimize the role of law enforcement.
Though Dane County has worked to identify racial inequities and develop and implement anti-racist and equity policies, County Board Supervisor Shelia Stubbs, District 23, said “we have just started.”
Dane County is using part of its share of the federal COVID Relief Fund to support small businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
The funding for the grant program is part of the $95 million the county received through the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors and Madison’s City Council plan to act on resolutions this week delaying property tax payments due to the economic hardship caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Both local governments plan to act on measures that would allow meetings to be held using remote meeting technology.
Supervisor Analiese Eicher, District 3, assumes the position after former chair Sharon Corrigan and first vice chair Paul Nelson resigned.
Supervisors approved the $593.7 million operating budget and $69.6 million capital budget Monday.
Amendments included increasing funding to the C.J. Tubbs Fund for Hope, Healing and Recovery, adding staff to the District Attorney’s Office and adding funding to the county’s affordable housing program.
Madison's Finance Committee is holding hearings on the 2020 executive capital budget Monday and Tuesday. Dane County has budget hearings scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday.
The two candidates with the most votes in the May 7 primary will face off in a June 4 election.
Voters will be able to select Spanish when using the county’s ExpressVote or Automark electronic voting machines “just like on an ATM machine,” Dane County Clerk Scott McDonell said.
The Dane County Board of Supervisors will deliberate on the capital and operating budgets Monday.
Under the new proposal, Dane County would maintain jurisdiction over Buckeye and Cottage Grove Roads.
Construction was expected to begin on Buckeye Road in 2019 and on Cottage Grove Road in 2020.