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Tuesday, December 07, 2021

Max Bayer


CITY NEWS

Madison property values rise in 2017 but affordable housing goals on track

According to data released by by the city last week, Madison real estate is becoming more expensive — especially if you live downtown. Property value citywide increased 7.4 percent between 2017 and 2018, according to the assessments, while residential property increased 6.8 percent. The assessment was conducted by the city assessor, who determines the property value around the city, specifically for the purpose of calculating property taxes.

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More than 50 people attended a march and celebration to honor the 50th anniversary Martin Luther King Jr.’s death.

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With its future in jeopardy, Madison alders voted unanimously Tuesday in support of upholding the office of the State Treasurer.

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As the election to fill a vacant state Supreme Court seat quickly approaches, judges Rebecca Dallet and Michael Screnock juggled their own partisan ties in the officially nonpartisan race.

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Madison Chef Week is a week-long event that features special dishes and menus from chefs all around the city.

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The Vending Oversight Committee recommended that by 2023, all late night food vendors be moved to Library Mall rather than be phased out completely. 

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Dane County leaders called on state and federal legislators Monday to enact new gun reform legislation.

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Former UW-Madison student Alec Cook will serve three years in prison after pleading guilty to five felonies which he committed during his time at UW-Madison. 

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The council will have the option to reconsider the veto override at their next council meeting Feb. 27. 

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