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Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced Tuesday he would be allocating over $2 million for affordable housing.

Dane County allocates $2.25 million to affordable housing

Dane County Executive Joe Parisi announced Tuesday a $2.25 million fund to address affordable housing is open to community members for application. The funding was established in The Affordable Housing Development fund, which allocates $2 million each year for four years to help the county combat unaffordable housing.

Angelito Tenorio (left) is a current UW-Madison student, and Hayley Young graduated last May. Both are running to be the District 5 representative on the Dane County Board of Supervisors.

Current UW student, recent grad square off in local election

Angelito Tenorio, a UW-Madison sophomore, and Hayley Young, a May 2015 Madison graduate, are fighting to replace another recent Madison graduate, Leland Pan, in the District 5 Dane County Board of Supervisors race. The district is approximately 75 percent Lake Mendota with the remaining area being mostly campus.


Soglin requests moratorium for alcohol licenses on State Street, Capitol Square

Mayor Paul Soglin went before the Alcohol License Review Committee Tuesday to request a moratorium on alcohol licenses in the State Street and Capitol Square area until the completion of a retail study. Specifically, the ALRC would not grant any new Class A, B or C alcohol licenses, no new entertainment licenses and no physical expansions of existing alcohol establishments, according to a memo Soglin sent to the committee. The memo also said transfers of alcohol licenses to new locations would not be permitted.

The first Unpaid Ticket Resolution Day will be held this Sunday from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Villager Mall-Head Start Room.

City officials announce Unpaid Ticket Resolution Day

City officials from several departments announced Thursday the first Unpaid Ticket Resolution Day, where citizens will have the opportunity to resolve unpaid citation fines this Sunday. Madison Police Department Chief Mike Koval originally announced the initiative on his blog Tuesday and expanded on it during a Thursday press conference.

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Board of Estimates further discussion on Judge Doyle Square project

Two Chicago-based companies appeared before the City of Madison Board of Estimates Wednesday evening to pitch their development ideas for the Judge Doyle Square project. Beilter Real Estate Services and Vermillion Enterprises, LLC both proposed hotels and retail centers for the area, which includes two blocks of land in between Monona Terrace and Capitol Square.

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