The Madison Parks has released its 2016 Golf Annual Report. See below for the document. On page 14 of the document, Monona Golf Course is one of the courses recommended for elimination. See below the excerpt from the document. A public hearing has been scheduled. Please join neighbors, friends, golf enthusiasts alike by attending the meeting.
Public Hearing at the Golf Subcommittee Meeting
Date: August 8
Location: Olbrich Gardens Atrium
Agenda - Golf Subcommittee August 8 Meeting Madison Legistar
The City of Madison is requesting input for the Future Land Use Map in its Comprehensive Plan as part of the Imagine Madison campaign. The Planning Division is preparing materials for Phase 2 of Imagine Madison, for which land use will be a key component. The Comprehensive Plan Update will include a Future Land Use Map that shows planned land uses for currently developed areas and anticipated growth areas on the edge of the City. The map guides how and where the City grows. In order to ensure that the Comprehensive Plan is an accurate expression of community land use goals, a process has been established for considering potential changes to the map.
The Planning Division will accept change requests regarding the Future Land Use Map through March 31. It is preferred that requests be submitted online at www.imaginemadisonwi.com/land-use-map-amendment. Staff will review comments and evaluate requests to create an Initial Draft of the Future Land Use Map, which will be presented for a two-month public comment period beginning in late April. A Final Draft of the Future Land Use Map will be presented to the City’s Plan Commission in July.
The City is looking for input from residents, neighborhood associations, developers, and all other interested parties. Please share this request with your own networks.
Contact staff for more information:
608-243-0470 | email@example.com
608-243-0455 | firstname.lastname@example.org
608-261-9980 | email@example.com
There are a total of four phases: Phase 1 of 4 which will determine the type of development in our neighborhood which took place on Tuesday January 31 from 6 to 8PM in the Atrium at the Olbrich Botanical Gardens. The scope of the project includes the following areas:
The November meeting of the Pedestrian/Bicycle/Motor Vehicle Commission (PBVMC) meeting was held where interested residents have an opportunity to present comments regarding intersections they wish to be signalized, or against signalization. The Final Signal Priority List and Action Plan is scheduled for review and adoption by the PBMVC on January 24, 2017.
Please contact Jerry Schippa, PE from the City of Madison - Traffic Engineering via information below:
Jerry Schippa, PE
City of Madison - Traffic Engineering
O: (608) 266-4761 Ph: (608) 267-1969 Fax: (608) 267-1158
215 MLK Jr. Blvd.
Madison Municipal Bldg. Suite 100
Madison, WI 53703
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