University Avenue Corridor Plan Update
The UAC Plan is now working its way through the City of Madison approval process. A timeline is posted on the Corridor page, along with ways to send your comments to the city.
1. Minutes of March meeting
2. New RNA Board member: Charlie Peters, Transportation Committee Chair
3. Elected Officials Report
4. RNA response to City Planning Staff report on University Avenue Corridor Plan
From our alder:
Don Michelson and Bob Harriman propose to open a restaurant, Oliver’s, at 2540 University Avenue (next to Lombardinos, in the new Mullins building). They have submitted their alcohol license application and will appear before the Alcohol License Review Committee on May 21.
The restaurant would be 3,016 square feet with a seating capacity of 93 indoors and 24 on a private, seasonal patio. The owners would like the opportunity on special occasions to have a small acoustical jazz trio or blues folk group. There will be no live music or amplified sound on the patio.
Please join me for a neighborhood meeting where we will learn more about this proposal. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and provide feedback.
Monday, May 5, 2014
6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
Best Western InnTowner - Graaskamp Conference Room
2424 University Avenue
I look forward to seeing you on the 5th.
Ald. Shiva Bidar-Sielaff, District 5
The Regent Neighborhood is located
on the near west side of Madison, Wisconsin,
adjacent to the University of Wisconsin campus, the UW and VA Hospitals, and the
U.S. Forest Products Lab. The neighborhood is also within walking distance of
Lake Mendota, Lake Wingra, the Henry Vilas Zoo, local business districts and bike and pedestrian trails.
The purpose of the Regent Neighborhood Association (RNA) is to articulate common interests in the neighborhood, work for neighborhood improvement, and maintain strong communications with and between residents. The RNA seeks to be a broad-based, inclusive, and credible organization engaging as many neighborhood residents as possible in efforts to improve the neighborhood.