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Madison City Commission meeting Tuesday

The Madison City Commission meets later Tuesday, instead of Monday, because of the Labor Day holiday.

On the agenda for city commissioners Tuesday is a public hearing on and approval of the Greater Madison Area Chamber of Commerce’s application for a temporary retail (on-off sale) malt beverage license for Bacon Bash on Saturday, September 11th.  Commissioners will also hold a public hearing on the assessment roll for the city’s 2020 sidewalk improvement project.  The commission is also scheduled to hold second reading on several ordinances, including ones on marijuana zoning and licensing.  

Commissioners Tuesday will also review and award the bid for the LAIC’s Highway 34 turn lane project, and discuss installing an irrigation system at the Baughman/Belatti sports fields.  They will also discuss the use of ARPA funds to sponsor a vaccine incentive lottery program.

These items and more make up Tuesday’s agenda for the Madison City Commission.  The commission meeting begins at 5:30 in the commission room in Madison City Hall.  It can also be accessed through Zoom.  

https://www.cityofmadisonsd.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/357/documents/09-07-21.pdf

Board of Commissioners Meeting
Tuesday, September 7, 2021 5:30 PM

Please join the Zoom meeting from your computer, tablet or smartphone.

https://us06web.zoom.us/j/88589351128

You can also dial in using your phone.

+1 312 626 6799

Meeting ID: 885 8935 1128

During time for public comment, you have two options to contribute:

  • Use the chat function within Zoom – list your name and the topic you’d like to discuss – we will call on you when we get to public comment time.
  • Reach out to our office before 5:00pm Monday at 256-7500 option 3 to be added to the list to be called on during the meeting.

Resolution No. 2018-11 will be followed – https://www.cityofmadisonsd.com/media/library/fluid-mod-page/49/documents/Resolution%20No.%202018-11%20-%20Establish%20Guidelines%20Public%20Comment-PUBS.pdf – each individual will get three minutes and no action will be taken by the public body.


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