The Madison City Commission is holding its regular weekly meeting later today.  Commissioners will be holding the meeting using an online application in order to follow CDC guidelines.  Information on how to access today’s meeting can be found below. 

On the agenda for the commission is a petition from First Premier Bank for the vacation of an alley on Northwest 2nd Street between North Van Eps and North Blanche Avenues.  Fiegen Construction is also requesting a permit to occupy the right-of-way in that same area. Commissioners will also approve second reading of the city’s ordinance on lawn maintenance violations, and adopt a resolution approving temporary modifications of current municipal utilities practices.  

The commission today will discuss a proposal from Houston Engineering, Incorporated for drainage analysis on 9th Street from Park Creek to Highland Avenue, and authorize the Mayor to sign a survey certification form for the Madison Public Library’s 2019 South Dakota Public Library Survey.

Also on the agenda for the city commission are Jim Casanova to discuss drainage concerns in the 300-block of Northwest 9th Street, and Michael Johnson to discuss drainage concerns in the 1000 block of North Union Avenue.  

Commissioners will also hold discussion of the public use of city facilities and the conduct of public meetings, and have an announcement on absentee voting for the upcoming city and school board election.

The Madison City Commission meeting begins today at 5:30.  

Madison City Commission agenda

Information on how to access Madison City Commission meeting

Board of Commissioners Meeting 3/30/2020
Mon, Mar 30, 2020 5:30 PM

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