Category Archives: Madison city government

Madison residents appreciate their police as shootings proliferate, Council dawdles

“These acts of graciousness go a very long way of giving us a booster shot and we certainly need it.” — Police Chief Mike Koval photos and video by Norm Sannes You know, when we sit at the greeting table and shake … Continue reading

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The people spoke, the Council did the right thing by its police chief

Congratulations, people! We did it! A rare victory! Your e-mails, your comments and your testimony persuaded the Madison Common Council to do the right thing and recompense Police Chief Koval for all of the $21,953 he ran up defending himself … Continue reading

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Madison police endorse 4 candidates, shun 17 sitting alders!

As Rod Serling would say, for your electoral consideration: Consider that all 20 Madison aldermanic seats will be decided on April 4. 19 of those are incumbents seeking re-election. Only 5 incumbents are challenged (and one of the challengers is a write … Continue reading

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