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Hundreds sign petition that cites concerns about noise, and points out there's an airport about a mile away.
Ordinance would protect people from prosecution if they need medical attention or call 9-1-1 to get someone help.
Ordinance approved with a 4-1 vote, with some wording changes suggested by the Madison Athletic Foundation.
Fines and loss of driving privileges possible under proposed law.
No mayoral tie-breaker for first time since 2010.
Adjusting open space tax rate from 2 cents per $100 of assessed value to 1.8 cents seen as compromise on 'stealth' tax hike.
Participants in April 20 event asked to donate portion of proceeds to send children affected by Superstorm Sandy to summer camp.
Revaluation means automatic tax increase for the Open Space, Recreation and Historic Preservation Trust Fund unless Borough Council acts.
Councilwoman Jeannie Tsukamoto not seeking re-election.
No calls in and out of Madison's municipal building earlier in the week.
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