A citizen committee will be holding a meeting to take public comments on the Judge Doyle Square project Monday.

The Judge Doyle Square Committee, a citizen committee created by the City Council to oversee the project, is reviewing two proposals to develop the project, according to a release.

The committee will hear public comments at their meeting Monday starting at 6 p.m. at the Madison Municipal Building in Room 300 at 215 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard.

The mixed-use development includes commercial and residential spaces, in addition to space for a hotel and restaurants, with bicycle and public parking facilities. The project would be built on a prominent two-block site in downtown Madison between the Capitol Square and the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center, according to the release.

The Judge Doyle Square site includes the Madison Municipal Building block and the city-owned Government East parking facility, which will be replaced as part of the project.

To view background information on the project and detailed information on the two proposals, click here.