52680 Acknowledging the City of Madison inter disciplinary staff team tasked with analyzing alcohol outlet density, to identify issues related to excessive alcohol consumption that result in disproportionate calls for service, and propose steps to address such problems. Sponsors: Ledell Zellers, Michael E. Verveer and Zach Wood.
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A week in gorgeous Goa, and I have returned with my batteries recharged, feeling rejuvenated and refreshed. Goa does that to us old timers, who have been visiting this jewel of a destination for more than three decades. So what has changed and what hasn’t, you might ask.
Both headphones offered clear piano, saxophone and drums on our testing track “Jazz Crimes” by Joshua Redman. And while the sound wasn’t quite as crisp and the bass wasn’t quite as intense as the Sony cans, we were still impressed with what they could put out. Listening to “Might Be Right” by White Reaper, the drums and vocals didn’t come through with quite as much definition as they did on the Sony headphones.
In cross examination at the hearing, the man admitted his response was “over the top” but denied yelling at the server. He also denied that the server ethnicity played any role in the incident. The arbitrator said the incident involving the server was also serious and categorized the dealers actions as a “tirade” against the server, who was only trying to do his job.
Note that in the April Primary Election, Wards 47 and 48 voted at the Pyle Center, but the Clerk’s Office will be splitting those to two different locations to reduce the number of voters who will be in the facility at one time in order to promote physical distancing. Campus wards tend to have a lot of in person voting and election day registrations. The Clerk will be sending postcards to all voters in these wards, and every registered voter in Madison whose polling place has changed since April..