Development Proposal Review Oversight
Education and City Issues Monitoring
Mission : Serve
members of CNI, downtown residents, friends of
downtown, entities with a vested interest in
downtown and elected officials who represent
downtown political districts by providing opportunities
for learning, networking, socializing, and advocacy.
Our goal is to provide options for themes,
venues, and times that meet the needs of our
various constituents and to continually improve
all aspects of our offerings so that our constituents
are drawn to participate because of the high
quality of the programs.
retain and increase membership of CNI. Maintain
and improve the CNI Newsletter (Downtown Dialogue)
and the CNI website (www.capitolneighborhoods.org),
to provide outlets for information of interest
to residents of downtown Madison, to insure the financial
viability and sustainability of CNI, and to recognize and seize on opportunities
to promote the CNI area as a place to live, work and recreate. An additional
mission is to publicize programs and to increase the visibility of CNI throughout
the City of Madison.
Mary Kolar, Chair
To serve members of CNI, downtown residents,
visitors, and friends and users of downtown
by identifying public gardens in the CNI area,
determine current resources and needs for maintaining
them, and developing plans so that volunteers
can assist in all aspects of beautification.
Our goals are to inventory our assets in trees
and interstitial green spaces, as well as to
reduce problems of litter and under-maintained
Mission: Capitol Neighborhoods,
Inc., Finance Committee shall endeavor to further
the mission of CNI through prudent, effective,
employment of funds raised by CNI Development
Committee, and other ongoing and intermittent
capitol raising campaigns.
Megan Christiansen, Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission : Support
the efforts of the districts to develop and maintain
adherence to neighborhood plans; advocate for
improved traffic management, transportation options
and the development of more walkable neighborhoods;
and promote appropriate ornamental lighting and
Davy Mayer, Chair: email@example.com
Maintain a uniform protocol for the Districts to use, establish the role of CNI and the
Districts when proposals have overlapping impacts, assess broader neighborhood impacts of
proposals, and provide training and support for District reviews and steering committees.
Peter Ostlind, Chair: firstname.lastname@example.org 444-9079
Education and City Issues
and maintain a means to inform CNI-EC and other
members, as appropriate, about City meetings (e.g.
Plan Commission, Landmarks Commission, Downtown
Coordinating Committee, Urban Design Commission,
etc.) that impact the livability of the CNI districts.
Develop and maintain a system for educating CNI-EC
members about current architecture, development,
preservation and other urban living issues in the
press (primarily but not exclusively local) in order to provide them with knowledge
that will assist them in responding to issues that arise within our downtown
and will better prepare them to contribute effectively to solving problems.