“Don’t Mess with Madison PAC” to hold host public meeting Monday about special election

MADISON – A public meeting is planned at the Madison Library by the “Don’t Mess with Madison PAC” regarding the city of Madison’s upcoming special election on a change of governance.

Madison citizens will decide in the upcoming election on May 9 whether to change their form of government from a Mayor-Council form to a Council-Manager form. “We provide an opportunity for citizens to learn more about this transition, find out what we don’t know, and what it could mean for citizens,” stated a press release from the citizens group.

The meeting will be held Monday, March 20, at the Madison Public Library, 130 Plaza Blvd in Madison (behind the Hughes Road Lawler’s). It will begin at 6 p.m.

“We encourage all Madison residents to attend and find out more information so they can vote with confidence in the upcoming election,” the release also stated.

“Don’t Mess with Madison PAC” has been opposed to the city’s proposal to move from an elected mayor’s administration running the daily operations of the city to a city council-appointed city manager. For more information about the group, go to www.dontmesswithmadison.org.

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