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As the District 1 Dane County Supervisor, Mary Kolar represents downtown Madison residents.  First elected to the Dane County Board of Supervisors in an April 2013 Special Election, she has worked with citizens and elected officials to achieve our goals of a cleaner environment, and improved human services.  The health of each and every one of us depends on these two issues.  We also need to improve Dane County transportation options as one of the many ways to improve our economy.  We need Mary Kolar to continue to represent District 1.

 Mary Kolar making a difference in Dane County

  •  Member, Zoning and Land Regulation Committee-balancing preservation and development
  •  Chair, Veterans Service Commission-assisting those who served
  •  Dane County Housing Authority-working to increase affordable housing
  •  Member, Lakes and Watershed Commission-protecting our lakes and Dane County recreational assets

 Mary Kolar for District 1 Dane County Board Supervisor

28 year U.S. Navy Veteran—Proven Leadership

Four term Condo Association President—Inspires Cooperation

Neighborhood Community Advocate—Balances Preservation and Innovation

Lifetime Environmentalist—Vision for the Future

 Mary Kolar representing District 1 on the County Board ensuring

Dane County continues to be a great place for everyone

to live, work and prosper

 

 

 

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commented 2014-09-28 21:11:55 -0500 · Flag
Hwyaccess,
Thank you for your feedback. As your address indicates, we are all impacted by our dependence on automobiles and highways.
Dane County has a multitude of quarries that supply the aggregate to build our highways. Many neighborhoods are impacted by quarries, yet we continue to need to repair existing roadways. As you know, the aggregate that will be quarried in the Albion neighborhood will be used for Highway 73. I imagine you use Highway 73 quite often.
I try to drive as little as possible and will continue to work with others to develop transportation alternatives. We, none of us, can continue to depend on the automobile and call ourselves environmentalist.
Yet, we do still have cars and paved roads. Those involved in the development of the Crazy Acres Quarry, the one I assume you refer to in your comments, worked with Dane County staff and the Zoning and Land Regulation Committee members to ensure us that quarry run off will be contained. The environmental impact will be minimized, as much as quarry operations can be, to ensure the health of the area land and water as well as those who live nearby.
I hope you will also work to reduce single vehicle transportation. Perhaps one day, we will no longer need roads, and thereby, no longer need quarries.
Mary
commented 2014-09-25 06:30:23 -0500 · Flag
On Sept. 18 Mary Kolar reaffirmed her vote as a member of the ZLR, against the majority of the Dane County Board of Supervisors to place a huge blasting quarry on a slope draining into the pristine Albion Prairie protected wetland corridor and next to homes with small children, and the elderly, ruining the peace and endangering the values of people homes, endangering already permitted business uses of neighboring properties and promoting heavy truck traffic onto the only direct route to emergency fire and medical services to Albion Prairie residents. Ask her why she voted to give profit to big corporations over peoples rights to health, safety, and peaceful enjoyment of their homes. Ask her why she choose the profit of two big corporations over the perservation of rare wildlife habitat and clean water for all.
commented 2013-02-05 11:19:25 -0600 · Flag
Good luck Mary, Dane Co couldn’t ask for a finer supervisor.
commented 2012-11-30 13:14:48 -0600 · Flag
Go Mary. We may have to change our voter registration from CA to WI.
commented 2012-11-29 17:19:24 -0600 · Flag
Best regards to Mary as she seeks to improve the World, one County at a time!
Mary Kolar for Dane County Supervisor
Ensuring our community continues to have vibrant urban centers and productive rural areas