DMNA News

  • This mailing list is a public mailing list - anyone may join or leave, at any time.
  • This mailing list is announce-only.

This read-only list is sponsored by the Dudgeon-Monroe Neighborhood Association for communication from the Association. It provides timely information about meetings and events that affect the Dudgeon Monroe neighborhood, This list is not for political messages or advertising.

Privacy Policy:

The DMNA Neighborhood Association will not sell, rent, barter, give, or use in any way, shape or form, email addresses that we maintain, to anyone, for any reason. The emails in this database are for distributing DMNA News emails only.

Archived Messages

 

Movies That Matter This Friday

February 11th 2018

Movies That Matter Friday, February 16    7:00 - 9:00 pm Wingra School Library All are welcome to join the DMNA Social Justice Committee for a viewing of A Place at the Table (2013, 84 minutes). Fifty million people in the United States—including one in five children—suffer from hunger and do not get enough to eat on a regular basis to be healthy and active. This film follows three families struggling with food insecurity and ultimately shows us how hunger ad obesity pose serious economic, social and cultura ...Continue Reading

DMNA Announcements & Upcoming Meetings

February 5th 2018

DMNA Seeking Council Secretary DMNA would like to thank Amy Cusick for her service as Secretary to DMNA. Amy has served as a dedicated and exemplary member of the leadership team. At this time, Amy is focusing on other volunteer commitments, and has requested that the Nominating Committee seek another qualified candidate to fulfill the role of DMNA Secretary. The role includes attending monthly DMNA meetings, taking meeting minutes, plus additional clerical and executive committee activities as needed. Serving as Secr ...Continue Reading

DMNA Neighborhood Updates

January 30th 2018

DMNA Seeking Council Secretary DMNA would like to thank Amy Cusick for her service as Secretary to DMNA. Amy has served as a dedicated and exemplary member of the leadership team. At this time, Amy is focusing on other volunteer commitments, and has requested that the Nominating Committee seek another qualified candidate to fulfill the role of DMNA Secretary. The role includes attending monthly DMNA meetings, taking meeting minutes, plus additional clerical and executive committee activities as needed. Serving as Secr ...Continue Reading

Upcoming Neighborhood Meetings & Events

January 25th 2018

Monroe Street Reconstruction Update Monday, January 29 to Mid-March 2018 MG&E Gas will install underground gas lines between Chapman Street and Woodrow Street. Only one lane of eastbound traffic and one lane of westbound traffic will be maintained at all times—the peak hour traffic lanes will be closed. Metro Transit bus service will be maintained in both eastbound and westbound directions. Some bus stops will need to be relocated or closed at various times. The sidewalk on one side of Monroe Street will be maintained ...Continue Reading

Upcoming neighborhood meetings and events

January 19th 2018

Proposed Development at 1720 Monroe Street (Associated Bank Site) Urban Land Interests is requesting approval of a Mixed Use development at 1720 Monroe Street. Approval is required for all requests to rezone to a Planned Development (PD) district. They are requesting Final Approval on the proposed development of a five-story, mixed-use building with 16,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and 68 units on a 0.77-acre site at 1720 Monroe Street. The site is currently zoned Planned Development (PD). While the ...Continue Reading

Save the Dates! Various Upcoming Neighborhood Meetings

January 9th 2018

Proposed Development at 1720 Monroe Street (Associated Bank Site) Urban Land Interests is requesting approval of a Mixed Use development at 1720 Monroe Street. Approval is required for all requests to rezone to a Planned Development (PD) district. They are requesting Final Approval on the proposed development of a five-story, mixed-use building with 16,000 square feet of ground-floor commercial space and 68 units on a 0.77-acre site at 1720 Monroe Street. The site is currently zoned Planned Development (PD). While the ...Continue Reading

DMNA Council Meeting this Wednesday

January 2nd 2018

Monthly DMNA Council Meeting Wednesday, January 3 6:45 - 8:45pm Wingra School Library DMNA Council meetings are open to all neighborhood residents. Council officers, committee members, and neighbors discuss news and events, city updates from Alder Sara Eskrich, and more. ...Continue Reading

Madison's Comprehensive Plan, Winter Solstice Bonfire, and More

December 11th 2017

IMPORTANT UPDATE!  Apologies for any confusion but there will be no DMNA Council meeting in December. The next DMNA council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Help Inform Madison’s Next Comprehensive Plan — Online Survey Open through December 15! “Imagine Madison,” the community engagement process by which the City of Madison is updating its Comprehensive Plan, is seeking your input. The Comprehensive Plan provides guidance for decision-making and investment in Madison over the next 20 years, i ...Continue Reading

No Council Meeting This Month, Holiday Glow on Monroe, Winter Solstice Bonfire

December 7th 2017

IMPORTANT UPDATE!  Apologies for any confusion but there will be no DMNA Council meeting in December. The next DMNA council meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, January 3, 2018. Holiday Glow on Monroe All day Saturday, December 9 Santa is coming to Monroe Street! Bring the entire family and join your neighbors on Monroe Street this Saturday for fun activities, free giveaways, Christmas caroling, hot cider, yummy treats, and more! Learn more about participating businesses at http://www.monroestreetmadison.com/holi ...Continue Reading

Rescheduled December Council Meeting & Snacks Needed for Homeless Children

December 4th 2017

RESCHEDULED December Council Meeting  Wednesday, December 13 from 6:45 to 8:45pm at Wingra School Library DMNA Council meetings are open to all neighborhood residents. Council officers, committee members, and neighbors will discuss news and events, city updates from Alder Sara Eskrich, and more. Snacks Needed for Homeless and Food-Insecure Children  The Social Justice Committee is collecting snacks and healthy lunchbox items for local homeless and food-insecure children attending DMNA schools. Please consi ...Continue Reading

Administration