Madison Mayor-elect Satya Rhodes-Conway, who is set to be sworn in Tuesday, is responding to questions about some of her plans, including for the Judge Doyle Square project and funding for the police and fire departments.
Rhodes-Conway previously told News 3 Now that if she were elected as mayor, she would likely cut ties with Beitler Real Estate, the vendor in the troubled Judge Doyle Square project downtown Madison.
However, when News 3 Now asked Thursday whether she would cut ties with Beitler, the mayor-elect said, "We have a contract for the Block 105, and I'm not in the habit of breaking contracts."
Common Council President Samba Baldeh said many changes will be coming to the council with a new mayor and nine new alders. However, that might make it easier to continue with the Judge Doyle Square project.