Madison Commons Media Digest, February 16, 2020

Madison and Dane County
Madison Community Development Authority board votes to hire armed security guards, Abigail Becker, CT, Feb. 14. Madison parks board recommends allowing leashed dogs at more city parks, Abigail Becker, CT, Feb. 13. Community
'It would be devastating': Hmong community reacts to deportation talks putting thousands at risk, Madalyn O'Neill, Channel 3000, Feb.

Madison Commons Media Digest, February 9, 2020

Madison and Dane County

F-35s: Easements could lock homeowners out of noise reduction programs, Chris Hubbuch, Wisconsin State Journal, Feb. 7. Check to see if the the state Elections Commission thinks you may have moved, WSJ, Feb. 7. Madison City Council moves to prevent 'involuntary' use of plastic straws in restaurants, Abigail Becker, Capital Times, Feb.

Madison Students Look to Launch All-City Black Student Union

Eleven passionate Black MMSD students gathered on Tuesday night at East High School to continue planning for the launch of a city-wide Black Student Union (BSU). 

Two high school seniors have taken the lead on organizing a coalition of BSUs at the city’s four high schools.

Community members express continued concern about PFAS contamination

Tensions were high at Sennett Middle School Thursday as experts from the Madison Water Utility and Public Health department gave a presentation and answered questions regarding recent concerns over polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) contamination in local surface water.  

Madison Commons Media Digest, February 2, 2020

Madison and Dane County

Mayor Rhodes-Conway names new executive director for Monona Terrace, Dean Mosiman, WSJ, Jan. 31. Community

Dane County Black Women's Wellness Center aims to tackle health issues, disparities, Adam Duxter, Channel3000, Feb. 1. Goodman South Madison Library to host a variety of Black History Month events, Madison365, Jan.