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Marsha Rummel

Jul 8, 2011

Landmarks Commission loses chair to ordinance

By Adam Wise Madison’s change in leadership this year is hitting home for longtime Landmarks Commission member Daniel Stephans, who likely will chair his final meeting Monday after a decision […]

Jul 6, 2011

Madison still in market for a market

By Adam Wise The city of Madison in August will convene a committee to once again study the potential of a downtown public market. The city already has studied the […]

Apr 18, 2011

Rummel presents triple threat for Madison projects

By James Briggs Developers who want to build anything in Madison from a high-rise to a new sign soon will get to know Alderwoman Marsha Rummel. Rummel, who represents the […]

Apr 8, 2011

Madison’s development direction in Soglin’s hands

After defeating incumbent Dave Cieslewicz in the Madison election, Mayor-elect Paul Soglin has an immediate chance to reshape the city’s development future.

Jan 7, 2011

Signs of the times: Alderwoman calls for digital displays at Madison high schools

By James Briggs A Madison alderwoman wants the city to allow digital signs at high schools — and only high schools. Right now, the city, citing aesthetics and driving distractions, […]

Dec 23, 2010

Silo in the city goes against the grain

By James Briggs A Madison architect is testing the city’s threshold for preserving historic districts. Kristofer Nonn in 2009 bought a dilapidated house on Madison’s near east side with intentions […]

Nov 11, 2010

St. Paul’s Catholic center rep rips Madison for height bias

By James Briggs A Madison attorney and former Common Council member is blasting the city as “backwards” because of its aversion to high-rise buildings and criticism of a Catholic center’s […]

Apr 16, 2009

Madison vets downtown development guide

Paul Snyder [email protected] Consensus might be an impossible dream for a Madison plan that will guide downtown development for the next 25 years. “Some themes develop,” said Mark Olinger, director […]


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