Highlights: Monday is the CCOC Subcommittee on Police and Community Relations with a presentation about IA software, a discussion of the subcommittee’s draft report and final recommendations, and a discussion about policies/procedures about internal investigations after officer involved shootings. Planning staff will provide a special presentation Tuesday before the Council meeting about Imagine Madison the 10 year Comprehensive plan update. Among other items at the Council Tuesday is the consideration of a Cap Fund Revolving loan to Tribe 9 a new entity that is purchasing RP’s Pasta and Yumbutter.
Highlights: The future Bus Rapid Transit routes will be discussed Monday at the Transportation Policy and Planning Board. There are no city meetings Tuesday because it is ELECTION Day go Vote! The alcohol license for Canopy is back at ALRC on Wednesday. Since the original application was submitted, the owner verbally agreed at the January ALRC to reduce the requested capacity to 296 to match the previous capacity that Prism had, to drop the application for 18+ Entertainment license, and to postpone the request for an outdoor patio.
You can unsubscribe at any time.Thank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee ourprivacy noticeBoris Johnson has been in Derby today to visit the city company producing the Covid 19 testing kits the Prime Minister says “will help schools to reopen”.Mr Johnson visited Derby today to see for himself where the 20 million rapid Covid 19 testing kits are being produced for a Government order.Up to 200 jobs are expected to be created by Derby manufacturer SureScreen Diagnostics as it produces the tests for use in a wide variety of places such as care homes, businesses and schools and universities.Crucially, the test only take 10 minutes to process, compared to 30 40 minutes for other tests and also the one nostril swab is inserted deeper than others currently to improve results.Mr Johnson said: “Lateral flow tests, like the ones being made here at SureScreen, are going to be crucial, for instance, for getting schools open and we hope to do that on March 8 at the earliest.”I think one of the things in the UK is that we have been absolutely determined not to risk public health but to make sure that we have tests that work and these SureScreen tests are very good and they pick up whether you are infectious very accurately.”That is incredibly valuable, because we know who has got it and may not have symptoms. That could help us in all sorts of ways.Find out why Jacky is leaving a gift to Cancer Research UK in her willLeaving money to Cancer Research UK in your will could help fund vital work to tackle cancer.It easy to sort out and can make such a difference, as Jacky, who has lived with cancer for more than 25 years, explains.Following her first diagnosis in 1994 when she was aged 52, Jacky has bravely fought off the disease.She said: “I have had quite a journey with cancer over the last 25 years. The drugs, together with my treatments have given me a better quality of life.