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The number of Monona’s police policies and procedures requiring direct oversight from the city council has narrowed.
The city of Monona could put roughly $50.2 million to capital improvement projects over the next four years, with about $4.7 million in 2022 alone.
Monona’s capital improvement budget for next year will include around $1.37 million for construction on S. Winnequah Road and $400,000 for design services on a potential new public safety center.
The number of Monona police procedures requiring review and approval from the city council could soon narrow.
Monona will retain its current public transit services, contracting with First Student, Inc. for $1.5 million over five years. The transit company said they could provide the city with a fully electric bus by 2023.
Monona Grove High School’s school resource officer (SRO) will resume his position in the school more than a month after the school district voted to retain its SRO program through 2024.
Members of the city of Monona’s San Damiano steering committee have officially been appointed. Committee members will guide the city in determining how to utilize the San Damiano property now that the municipality has official ownership.
The city of Monona has rescinded a public health state of emergency it put into place more than one year ago.
After a reported 150% increase in anti-Asian hate crimes last year, the city of Monona is taking a stand in support of the Asian-American community.