Information for Sept. 28, 2023 Town Council Meeting
The Town Council will meet again on September 28 to discuss the South Madison Street project. The agenda is available at this link, including a detailed report on the proposed project and updated recommendations.
Information for Sept. 14, 2023 Town Council Meeting
The Town Council will receive public input and discuss the proposed concepts for Streetscape enhancements to South Madison Street at its September 14, 2023 Town Council Meeting, at 6pm. Public input is held at the beginning of the meeting, right at 6pm.
You can view the Town Council agenda, with a link to the memo on South Madison Street, at this link.
Information for August 28, 2023 EDAC Meeting
The Economic Development Advisory Committee ("EDAC") will meet at 9:00am on Monday, August 28th, to review two proposed concepts for South Madison Street. The EDAC materials can be found at this link.
As part of the Town Council’s updated 2022-2023 Strategic Initiatives, the Council adopted a new initiative to “Conduct a Comprehensive Review of South Madison Street to Improve Commercial Vitality and Safety.”
The Town contracted with an engineering firm to develop conceptual ideas for improvements to South Madison Street. Before those concepts are finalized, the Town wishes to hear from the public on preferences related to a number of ideas. These include:
- Whether to keep parking on both sides of the street or limited to one side of the street;
- What kind of sidewalk materials are preferred;
- What kind of street lights are preferred;
- Preference as to keeping the existing trees, replacing them as they become unhealthy, or replace them all up front;
- And retaining wall preferences
There is also the opportunity to provide additional comments to the Town.
Members of the public can download and fill out the document at this link and return it to the Town at this email address or hand it in at the Town Office. Comments will also be received through email or written document.
Below are some pictures of current conditions on South Madison Street, showing challenges with accessibility and safety. Other concerns that have been raised include the lack of street lighting during the winter months and lack of visibility to see the storefronts.