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MADISON (WKOW) -- The Madison Common Council tackled a 125-item agenda Tuesday night.
Alders gave the official go-ahead for developers to construct the Hilldale Target and Westgate Hy-Vee grocery store.
Alders also approved an ordinance to create a 25 cent fee, anytime citizens make an online payment to the city. Proceeds would help re-coup the costs of the program.
Madison has to pay U.S. Bank 27 cents in service fees for each transaction. The new fees could take effect as early as June, and would apply to parking tickets, water bills, and court costs.
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