Occupy Madison will have to find a new home after a city court denied an attempt to allow residents to remain at the encampment on East Washington Avenue.
City officials decided Wednesday food vendors will not be allowed at the 2012 Mifflin Street Block Party.
A city design commission granted final approval Wednesday for a proposed five-story apartment building, although a university planning official said it conflicts with future campus expansion plans.
The format of this year’s Mifflin Block Party will soon take shape, according to city officials who said Thursday that the biggest variable is whether the event will find a sponsor next week’s deadline.
Residents and city officials at a Mifflin neighborhood meeting Thursday discussed a proposed multi-purpose 14-story apartment building, which would include fire department facilities on the 300 block of Dayton and Johnson streets near the Overture Center.
Ian’s Pizza discussed possibly relocating from their State Street location to Capitol Square at a city Vending Oversight Committee meeting Wednesday.
As students, residents, city officials and the Madison Police Department concluded that an event on Mifflin Street in May is inevitable, the focus of a Mifflin neighborhood meeting Thursday was part of an initial discussion on how to make the party this year safer.
After a letter was sent from the mayor's office to local bar owners about controversial ID policies, city officials and police instructed bar owners and employees on bar admittance rules and management at an annual tavern safety meeting Monday.
The Block 100 Foundation said they intend to abandon their proposal for development on the 100 block of State Street Wednesday if their most recent proposal is opposed.