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


The shooting occurred on the 2000 block of Taft Street while the victim was sitting in his car.
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Madison man arrested for south-side shooting

Madison police arrested Darrick R. Thompson, 21, for shooting a 20-year-old man in the leg Monday, according to an incident report. The Violent Crimes Unit investigated the south-side shooting after shots were reported and the victim showed up at the hospital with a gun wound around 12:30 p.m.


In response to Senate Bill 295, Madison made March the first Voter ID Month.
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Community leaders announce Voter ID Month in Madison

Community leaders held a press conference Wednesday morning to announce March as Voter ID Month in Madison, an effort coordinated by VoteRiders and the Dane County Voter ID Coalition that aims to spread awareness of the new voter ID law passed in February. Senate Bill 295, which passed in early February, mandates that citizens must have a valid Wisconsin state ID, which includes driver’s licenses or state-issued voter IDs, in order to vote.


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