(4) The abstracts and records to be kept by the register of deeds shall be certified by the register to be true and correct and when so certified shall be prima facie evidence of the facts therein recited and shall be received in all courts and places with the same effect as the original proceedings; and the record so prepared and compiled by the county board shall be prima facie evidence of the facts therein recited and shall also be received in all courts and places with the same effect as the original proceedings.
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225,162 Section 162. 59.57 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.57 (10) For recording plats containing from one to fifty 50 lots, twenty-five dollars $25, and for each additional lot, ten 10 cents, except cemetery plats, containing from one to two hundred 200 lots or fractional part thereof, twenty-five dollars $25, and for each additional two hundred 200 lots or fractional part thereof, five dollars $5.
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,163 Section 163. 59.58 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.58 (1) (a) Except as provided under par. (b), whenever any county adopts a tract index system or any recognized chain of title system, the county board thereof may create a department to be known as an abstract department, either in connection with or independent of the office of the register of deeds, as said the county board deems considers advisable and. The county board may appoint a competent person for a term of two 2 years, who shall be known as the county abstractor, and shall have charge of and operate said the abstract department. The board shall furnish a seal for said the abstractor, who shall place said the seal on each and every abstract issued by the abstractor.
Note: Replaces language and word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,164 Section 164. 59.70 (1) of the statutes is amended by replacing "thirty thousand" with "30,000".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,165 Section 165. 59.77 (4) (b) of the statutes is renumbered 59.77 (4) (b) 1. and amended to read:
59.77 (4) (b) 1. The county clerk shall deliver such the statement filed under par. (a) to the district attorney, who shall examine the same statement and make a report in writing thereon to the county board, specifying the items in each for which the county is or is not liable, and the extent of its liability if it is liable for a part only of any such item. Such The statement and report shall be laid before the county board by the county clerk and insofar as the items charged therein in the statement are approved by the district attorney such the statement shall be prima facie evidence of the claims of the persons named therein; and the in the statement.
2. The county board shall examine the same and statement, allow such as the fees that are legal, and direct that orders be drawn for the amount allowed to each person named therein. If any person in whose favor any such order is drawn under this paragraph shall not call for the same fees within two 2 years from the time the claim is allowed, the person's right to any compensation for services shall be deemed considered waived and the county board shall cancel such the order.
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225,166 Section 166. 59.78 of the statutes is amended by replacing "three hundred thousand" with "300,000".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,167 Section 167. 59.81 (2) of the statutes is amended by replacing "three hundred thousand" with "300,000".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,168 Section 168. 59.81 (4) of the statutes is amended by replacing "five hundred thousand" with "500,000".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,169 Section 169. 59.84 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 59.84 (6) (a) and amended to read:
59.84 (6) (a) The county executive or county administrator shall review the estimates of expenditures and revenues and shall hold public hearings thereon at which the head or a representative of every county department shall appear and give information with regard to the appropriations requested, including work programs, other justification of expenditures, and such other data as that the county executive or county administrator requests. The county executive or county administrator shall make such changes in the proposed budget as that in the executive's or administrator's discretion may be deemed are considered desirable or proper, and shall, on.
(b) On or before October 1, and after the hearings required under par. (a), the county executive or county administrator shall submit the amended proposed budget to the county board the budget, as amended, after such hearings. Such. The amended proposed budget shall be the executive's or administrator's budget and shall include: (a) a all of the following:
1. A simple, clear, general summary of the detailed contents of the budget; (b) a.
2. A comparative statement by organization unit and principal object of expenditure showing the actual expenditures of the preceding fiscal year, the appropriations and estimated expenditures for the fiscal year currently ending, and the recommended appropriations for the fiscal year next succeeding; and (c) a.
3. A comparative statement of the actual revenues from all sources including property taxes during the preceding fiscal year, the anticipated revenues and the estimated revenues for the fiscal year currently ending, and the anticipated revenues for the fiscal year next succeeding including any surplus from the preceding fiscal year not otherwise appropriated pursuant to sub. (9).
(c) The anticipated revenues for the fiscal year next succeeding shall be equal in amount to the recommended appropriations.
(d) The executive's or administrator's budget shall be accompanied by a message prepared by the county executive or county administrator which shall outline the important features of the budget plan and indicate any major changes in policy or in recommended appropriations or revenues as compared with the fiscal year currently ending, and shall set forth the reasons for such changes.
Note: Subdivides provision and replaces language for greater readability and conformity with current style.
225,170 Section 170. 59.85 (1) of the statutes is amended by replacing "one thousand dollars" with "$1,000" and by replacing "two" with "2".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,171 Section 171. 59.90 (2) of the statutes is amended by replacing "ten" with "10" and by replacing "ten-year" with "10-year".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,172 Section 172. 59.90 (3) of the statutes is amended by replacing "fifty dollars nor more than two hundred dollars" with "$50 nor more than $200".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,173 Section 173. 59.965 (2) (d) 7. of the statutes is amended by replacing "submitted by a institution" with "submitted by an institution".
Note: Inserts correct word form.
225,174 Section 174. 59.97 (15) (im) of the statutes is amended by replacing "s. 252.01 (1)" with "s. 252.01 (1m)".
Note: Corrects cross-reference. Section 252.01 (1) was renumbered s. 252.01 (1m) by 1993 Wis. Act 252.
225,175 Section 175. 59.997 (1) of the statutes is amended by replacing "two" with "2".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,176 Section 176. 59.997 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.997 (6) The county board of supervisors shall cause a copy of the consolidation agreement thereafter to be published in each county as a class 1 notice under ch. 985. The owner-editor or manager of each newspaper publishing the notice shall issue a certificate of the publication to the judge of the circuit court for each affected county, which shall be proof of publication.
Note: Text is moved from sub. (7), reordered and replaced for more logical placement and improved readability and to improve the readability of sub. (7).
225,177 Section 177. 59.997 (7) of the statutes, as affected by 1995 Wisconsin Act 16, is renumbered 59.997 (7) (a) and amended to read:
59.997 (7) (a) When the publication of the said consolidation agreement in each of the said counties included in the agreement is completed, of which the certificate to the judge of the circuit court of the said counties from the owner-editor or manager of each newspaper publishing the same shall be proof, the judge or judges of the circuit courts of the said those counties shall, by order entered of record in each of such the counties, require the several county clerks of the each of the counties included in the consolidation agreement to submit such the question of the consolidation of the counties to a vote of the qualified electors of such the counties.
(b) The question of the consolidation of the counties shall be submitted to the voters at the next election to be held on the first Tuesday in April, or the next regular election, or at a special election to be held on the day fixed in said the order issued under par. (a), which day shall be the same in each of the counties proposing to consolidate. A copy of said the order shall be filed with the county clerk of each of such the counties. If such the question of consolidation is submitted at a special election, it shall be held not less than thirty 30 days nor more than sixty 60 days from the completion of the consolidation agreement, but not within sixty 60 days of any spring or general election.
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225,178 Section 178. 59.997 (10) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.997 (10) If a majority of the votes cast in each county upon such questions the question of consolidation are in favor of the consolidation of such the counties, the judge or judges of said the circuit court courts for those counties shall enter such that fact of record in each such county. If in any one of such the counties less than a majority of the votes cast upon such the question of consolidation are in favor of the proposed consolidation, said the consolidation shall be declared to have failed for all purposes. If a majority of the votes cast upon such the question of consolidation in any county are opposed to consolidation, the question of consolidation shall not be again submitted to the electors of such that county for a period of two 2 years.
Note: Replaces language to improve readability and conformity with current style.
225,179 Section 179. 59.997 (15) of the statutes is amended by replacing "two" with "2", in 2 places.
Note: Replaces word form of number with digits consistent with current style.
225,180 Section 180. 60.63 (10m) of the statutes is amended by replacing "s. 252.01 (1)" with "s. 252.01 (1m)".
Note: Corrects cross-reference. Section 252.01 (1) was renumbered s. 252.01 (1m) by 1993 Wis. Act 252.
225,181 Section 181. 62.05 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
62.05 (1) Cities shall be divided into four 4 classes for administration and the exercise of corporate powers as follows:
(a) Cities of one hundred and fifty thousand 150,000 population and over shall constitute 1st class cities of the first class.
(b) Cities of thirty-nine thousand 39,000 and less than one hundred and fifty thousand 150,000 population shall constitute 2nd class cities of the second class.
(c) Cities of ten thousand 10,000 and less than thirty-nine thousand 39,000 population shall constitute 3rd class cities of the third class.
(d) Cities of less than ten thousand 10,000 population shall constitute 4th class cities of the fourth class.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits consistent with current style.
225,182 Section 182. 62.09 (5) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
62.09 (5) (c) The council may, by a record vote of two-thirds of all the members, by ordinance adopted and published previous to publication of the notice of the election at which alderpersons are to be elected, provide for a division of the alderpersons into two 2 classes, one class to be elected for two 2 years and the other for four 4 years, and thereafter the term of alderpersons shall be four 4 years.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits consistent with current style.
225,183 Section 183. 62.11 (2) of the statutes is amended by replacing "six" with "6" and by replacing "third" with "3rd".
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digits consistent with current style.
225,184 Section 184. 62.11 (3) (b) of the statutes is amended by replacing "five" with "5".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digit for greater conformity with current style.
225,185 Section 185. 62.12 (6) (b) of the statutes is renumbered 62.12 (6) (b) (intro.) and amended to read:
62.12 (6) (b) (intro.) The council shall not appropriate nor the treasurer pay out:
1. Funds appropriated by law to a special purpose except for that purpose,;
2. Funds for any purpose not authorized by the statutes,; nor
3. From Funds from any fund in excess of the moneys therein.
Note: Subdivides provision for greater conformity with current style.
225,186 Section 186. 62.13 (5m) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
62.13 (5m) (c) The name of a subordinate dismissed for any just cause set forth in this section shall be left on an eligible reemployment list for a period of two 2 years after the date of dismissal, except that if the dismissal was for disciplinary reasons the subordinate may not be left on an eligible reemployment list. If any vacancy occurs, or if the number of subordinates is increased, in the department, such the vacancy or new positions shall be filled by persons on such the eligible reemployment list in the inverse order of the dismissal of such the persons on the list.
Note: Replaces language for greater conformity with current style.
225,187 Section 187. 62.13 (11) of the statutes is amended to read:
62.13 (11) Fire fighters, rest day. The common council of every 4th class city of the fourth class, having a population of five thousand 5,000 or more and a fire department shall provide for, and the chief of such the fire department shall assign to each full paid member thereof, a period of twenty-four 24 consecutive hours off duty during each seventy-two 72 hours, except in cases of positive necessity by some sudden and serious fire, accident or other peril, which, in the judgment of the chief engineer or other officer in charge demands that such the day of rest be not be given at such that time. The provisions of this section shall not apply to cities having a two-platoon 2-platoon or double shift system.
Note: Replaces word form of numbers with digit for greater conformity with current style.
225,188 Section 188. 62.15 (4) of the statutes is amended by replacing "five per cent" with "5%" and by replacing "twenty per cent" with "20%".
Note: Replaces word form of number with digit for greater conformity with current style.
225,189 Section 189. 62.15 (9) of the statutes is renumbered 62.15 (9) (a) and amended to read:
62.15 (9) (a) Any contract for doing public work may contain a provision requiring the contractor to keep the work done under such the contract in good order or repair for not to exceed five 5 years.
(b) The inclusion in the contract of any such a provision described in par. (a) shall not invalidate any special assessment or certificate thereof or tax certificate based thereon.
Note: Renumbers provision and replaces language for greater conformity with current style.
225,190 Section 190. 62.15 (14) of the statutes is renumbered 62.15 (14) (a) and amended to read:
62.15 (14) (a) Whenever the council of any city shall have provided by ordinance that any class of public work or any part thereof may be done directly by the city without submitting the same for bids as provided in sub. (1), and any such the public work shall be done in accordance with such the ordinance, the board of public works shall keep an accurate account of the cost thereof of the public work, including the necessary overhead expense.
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