“On a regional level this focuses on possible futures and now we can create better futures working together,” CARPC Agency Director Steve Steinhoff said.
Abigail Becker joined The Capital Times in 2016, where she primarily covers city and county government. She previously worked for the Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism and the Wisconsin State Journal.
“It’s also important to signal to our entire community that we are operating under a new spirit of collaboration between the city and the county and the city and many other bodies in our community,” Mayor Satya Rhodes-Conway said.
The transfer of power in Madison ushered in a new mayor and nine new alders.
Six candidates are running for three vacant seats. The special election is June 4, and a primary election is scheduled for May 7.
Mayor-elect Rhodes-Conway will be sworn in Tuesday.
The larger space will allow the alternative education program to double the number of youth served and add programming space.
Big Top Events and the school district are currently discussing the terms of a parking lot use agreement.
She ousted incumbent Mayor Paul Soglin in a landslide, claiming nearly 62 percent of the vote.
“Collaboration and diversity of opinions will be hallmarks of my administration,” Rhodes-Conway said.