F. Future Meeting Items and Dates
May 24, 2022 and June 7, 2022
Supervisor Weigand asked when in-person meetings would begin, and Chair Andrae
stated that she anticipated it would occur after mid-June.
Supervisor Weigand asked that the following subject matters be explored at a future
meeting: (1) the recent act of arson at the Wisconsin Family Action Office; (2) the use
of bail in Dane County; (3) human trafficking; (4) car thefts. Supervisor Gray also
suggested bail reform as a future topic. Chair Andrae stated that the use of bail has not
been addressed recently and may be appropriate for another review. Chair Andrae also
asked whether a joint informational meeting with public works and transportation would
be helpful for members to understand the jail consolidation project’s process. Supervisor
Gray proposed that the committee explore the Huber program. Supervisor Kigeya added
the use of weekend court as a topic as well. Supervisor Pellebon suggested adding the
CJC’s membership as a discussion item.
Chair Andrae proposed moving the time of the committee meetings to 5:30, and no
(Eicher leaves at 7:00 p.m.)
RICHELLE ANDRAE, JEFF WEIGAND, ANTHONY GRAY, APRIL KIGEYA, DANA
PELLEBON and RICK ROSE
1 - ANALIESE EICHER
G. Public Comment on Items not on the Agenda
Andrae asks committee if there is any objection to limiting public comment to 3 minutes.
There was no objection.
Lizbeth Wawrzonek, Allison Bell Bern, Supervisor Wegleitner and Erika Ramberg
provided public comment.
Erika Bach, Bunniegee, Jesse Bell Bern, and Michael Yaker registered to speak on item
G, but were not available.
Laura Zimmerman, Mo D, and Miranda Alksnis registered as neither support or oppose
item G and do not wish to speak.
Kay Galuska and Bridget Cremin registered in support of item G and do not wish to
H. Such Other Business as Allowed by Law
A motion was made by GRAY, seconded by WEIGAND, that the meeting be
adjourned. The motion carried by a voice vote. 6-0
The committee adjourned at 7:32 p.m.