DRAFTER’S ANALYSIS: This ordinance amendment is a companion to Legistar File 46508, a Charter Ordinance to allow portable signs (sandwich boards) on public sidewalks. This ordinance makes the size requirements for portable signs on private property the same as those for the new portable signs on public property in the pending Charter ordinance. Under this ordinance, private property portable signs would have a maximum gross area of 30 inches wide and 48 inches high, to incorporate the maximum sign face of 2 x 3 feet.
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Recognizing May 2019 as Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; 11. Public Works Maintenance Facility Office Remodel Project6:30 pm No Place Like Home: No Place Like Home is a short documentary examining youth homelessness in Madison. The film primarily follows Deitz’s friend Jivonte Davis, who was homeless while they were classmates together at Madison East High School.7:30 am Madison Metropolitan Sewerage District Customer and Community Meeting II: The upcoming meeting will be used to develop realistic objectives regarding: infiltration and inflow; improved coordination of industrial users; and communication and outreach efforts related to community infrastructure needs and pollution prevention.5:30 pm Community Services Committee: 2.