All summer long, the South Madison Farmers’ Market and the Eastside Farmers' Market have hosted food scraps recycling.
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The City of Madison has been working around the clock since before the first Dane County case on February 5th to slow the transmission of the COVID-19 virus and protect our community.
First I want to say that my deepest sympathies go out to the families in Wisconsin who have lost loved ones to this virus and I want to thank the Governor for taking further steps today to stress the seriousness of this situation.
During this public health emergency, the City of Madison is focused on making sure our most vulnerable residents continue to have reliable access to food.