Meeting Agenda - Final
Who benefits? Who is burdened?
Who does not have a voice at the table?
How can policymakers mitigate unintended consequences?
Wednesday, May 10, 2023
Hybrid Meeting: Attend in person at the Heritage
Center Lower Level, 3101 Lake Farm Rd,
Madison; attend virtually via Zoom
See below for instructions on how to attend the meeting and provide public testimony.
Interpreters must be requested in advance; please see the bottom of the agenda for more information.
Los intérpretes deben solicitarse con anticipación; consulte el final de la agenda para obtener más
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The May 10, 2023 Park Commission meeting will be a hybrid meeting. Members of the public can either
attend in person or virtually via Zoom.
The public can attend in person at the Heritage Center Lower Level, 3101 Lake Farm Rd, Madison.
The public can access the meeting virtually with the Zoom application or by telephone.
To join the meeting in Zoom, click the following link (after you fill out the form, the meeting link and
access information will be emailed to you):
This link will be active until the end of the meeting.
To join the meeting by phone, dial-in using one of the following three toll-free phone numbers:
When prompted, enter the following Webinar ID: 925 3454 3460
PROCESS TO PROVIDE PUBLIC COMMENT:
IN PERSON: Any members of the public wishing to register to speak on/support/oppose an agenda item
can register in person at the meeting using paper registration forms. IT IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED TO
REGISTER VIA THE ZOOM LINK ABOVE EVEN IF YOU PLAN ON ATTENDING IN PERSON.
In person registrations to provide public comment will be accepted throughout the meeting.