19.21 (4) (c) Any local governmental unit or agency may provide for the keeping and preservation of public records kept by that governmental unit through the use of microfilm or another reproductive device, or optical imaging or electronic formatting. A local governmental unit or agency shall make such provision by ordinance or resolution. Any such action by a subunit of a local governmental unit or agency shall be in conformity with the action of the unit or agency of which it is a part. Any photographic reproduction of a record authorized to be reproduced under this paragraph is deemed an original record for all purposes if it meets the applicable standards established in ss. 16.61 (7) and 16.612. This paragraph does not apply to public records kept by counties electing to be governed by ch. 228.
19.21 (5) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.21 (5) (c) The period of time any public record shall be kept before destruction shall be determined by ordinance except that in all counties the specific period of time expressed within s. 7.23 or 59.715 or any other law requiring a specific retention period shall apply. The period of time prescribed in the ordinance for the destruction of all records not governed by s. 7.23 or 59.715 or any other law prescribing a specific retention period may not be less than 7 years, unless a shorter period is fixed by the public records and forms board under s. 16.61 (3) (e).
19.21 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.21 (6) A school district may provide for the destruction of obsolete school records. Prior to any such destruction, at least 60 days' notice in writing of such destruction shall be given to the historical society, which shall preserve any records it determines to be of historical interest. The historical society may, upon application, waive the notice. The period of time a school district record shall be kept before destruction shall be not less than 7 years, unless a shorter period is fixed by the public records and forms board under s. 16.61 (3) (e) and except as provided under sub. (7). This section does not apply to pupil records under s. 118.125.
19.21 (8) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.21 (8) Any metropolitan sewerage commission created under ss. 66.88 to 66.918 may provide for the destruction of obsolete commission records. No record of the metropolitan sewerage district may be destroyed except by action of the commission specifically authorizing the destruction of that record. Prior to any destruction of records under this subsection, the commission shall give at least 60 days' prior notice of the proposed destruction to the state historical society, which may preserve records it determines to be of historical interest. Upon the application of the commission, the state historical society may waive this notice. Except as provided under sub. (7), the commission may only destroy a record under this subsection after 7 years elapse from the date of the record's creation, unless a shorter period is fixed by the public records and forms board under s. 16.61 (3) (e).
19.23 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.23 (1) Any public records, in any state office, that are not required for current use may, in the discretion of the public records and forms board, be transferred into the custody of the historical society, as provided in s. 16.61.
19.36 (9) of the statutes is created to read:
19.36 (9) Records of plans or specifications for state buildings. Records containing plans or specifications for any state-owned or state-leased building, structure or facility or any proposed state-owned or state-leased building, structure or facility are not subject to the right of inspection or copying under s. 19.35 (1) except as the department of administration otherwise provides by rule.
19.42 (10) (n) of the statutes is created to read:
19.42 (10) (n) The chief executive officer and members of the board of directors of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority.
19.42 (13) (m) of the statutes is created to read:
19.42 (13) (m) The chief executive officer and members of the board of directors of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority.
19.44 (1) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.44 (1) (g) The identity of each person from which the individual who is required to file received, directly or indirectly, any gift or gifts having an aggregate value of more than $50 within the taxable year preceding the time of filing, except that the source of a gift need not be identified if the donation is permitted under s. 19.56 (3) (e), (em) or (f) or if the donor is the donee's parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, brother, sister, parent-in-law, grandparent-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, spouse, fiance or fiancee.
19.45 (11) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.45 (11) (intro.) The legislature recognizes that all state public officials and employes and all employes of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority should be guided by a code of ethics and thus:
19.45 (11) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
19.45 (11) (d) The board of directors of the University of Wisconsin Hospitals and Clinics Authority shall establish a code of ethics for employes of the authority who are not state public officials.
19.48 (4) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.48 (4) (intro.) Preserve the statements of economic interests filed with it for a period of 6 years from the date of receipt in such form, including microfilming, or optical imaging or electronic formatting, as will facilitate document retention, except that:
19.53 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.53 (1) In the case of a state public official in the unclassified outside the classified service, a recommendation that the state public official be censured, suspended, or removed from office or employment. Such recommendation shall be made to the appropriate appointing authority who may censure, suspend, or take action to remove the official from office or employment.
19.56 (2) (b) 6. of the statutes is amended to read:
19.56 (2) (b) 6. Is made available to the official by the department of development or the department of tourism in accordance with sub. (3) (e), (em) or (f).
19.56 (3) (em) of the statutes is created to read:
19.56 (3) (em) A state public official who is an officer or employe of the department of tourism may solicit, receive and retain on behalf of the state anything of value for the purpose of hosting individuals in order to promote tourism.
19.56 (3) (f) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.56 (3) (f) A state public official may receive and retain from the department of development anything of value which the department of development is authorized to provide under par. (e) and may receive and retain from the department of tourism anything of value which the department of tourism is authorized to provide under par. (em).
19.575 of the statutes is created to read:
19.575 Tourism activities. The department of tourism shall file a report with the board no later than April 30 annually, specifying the source and amount of anything of value received by the department of tourism during the preceding calendar year for a purpose specified in s. 19.56 (3) (em) and the program or activity in connection with which the thing is received, together with the location and date of that program or activity.
19.62 (4) of the statutes is repealed.
19.625 of the statutes is repealed.
19.63 of the statutes is repealed.
19.69 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.69 (2) (title) Copy to public records
and forms board. A state authority that prepares a written specification of a matching program under sub. (1) shall provide to the public records and forms board a copy of the specification and any subsequent revision of the specification within 30 days after the state authority prepares the specification or the revision.
19.75 of the statutes is repealed.
19.82 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.82 (1) "Governmental body" means a state or local agency, board, commission, committee, council, department or public body corporate and politic created by constitution, statute, ordinance, rule or order; a governmental or quasi-governmental corporation except for the Bradley center sports and entertainment corporation; a local exposition district under subch. II of ch. 229; any public purpose corporation, as defined in s. 181.79 (1); a nonprofit corporation operating the Olympic ice training center under s. 42.11 (3); or a formally constituted subunit of any of the foregoing, but excludes any such body or committee or subunit of such body which is formed for or meeting for the purpose of collective bargaining under subch. I, IV or V of ch. 111.
19.85 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
19.85 (3) Nothing in this subchapter shall be construed to authorize a governmental body to consider at a meeting in closed session the final ratification or approval of a collective bargaining agreement under subch. I, IV or V of ch. 111 which has been negotiated by such body or on its behalf.
19.86 of the statutes is amended to read:
19.86 Notice of collective bargaining negotiations. Notwithstanding s. 19.82 (1), where notice has been given by either party to a collective bargaining agreement under subch. I, IV or V of ch. 111 to reopen such agreement at its expiration date, the employer shall give notice of such contract reopening as provided in s. 19.84 (1) (b). If the employer is not a governmental body, notice shall be given by the employer's chief officer or such person's designee. This section does not apply to a nonprofit corporation operating the Olympic ice training center under s. 42.11 (3).
20.001 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 20.001 (6) (a) and amended to read:
20.001 (6) (a) Applied Except as provided in par. (b), applied receipts are program or segregated revenue the appropriation of which reduces the amounts appropriated under another appropriation. The reduction is indicated in the other appropriation by the phrase "less the amounts appropriated as applied receipts under". Applied receipts shall be expended and deposited in the same manner as other program or segregated revenue.
20.001 (6) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
20.001 (6) (b) If the other appropriation under par. (a) is a sum sufficient appropriation, the reduction reduces the estimate under s. 20.005 of the dollar amounts that will be needed.
20.002 (11) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.002 (11) (c) The Except as provided in s. 16.971 (8) (b), the secretary may assess a special interest charge against the programs or activities utilizing surplus mo
neys within the same fund under this subsection in an amount not to exceed the daily interest earnings rate of the state investment fund during the period of transfer of surplus moneys to other accounts or programs. Except as provided in s. 16.465, the secretary shall assess a special interest charge against the fund utilizing surplus moneys under this subsection in an amount equal to the rate of return the state investment fund earnings would have created to the fund from which the reallocation was made. This interest shall be calculated and credited to the appropriate fund at the same time the earnings from the state investment fund are distributed and shall be considered an adjustment to those earnings.
20.002 (11) (g) of the statutes is created to read:
20.002 (11) (g) Any reallocation of moneys under this subsection made during the 1995-97 fiscal biennium from an appropriation account under s. 20.505 derived from program revenues-service is subject to the procedures under s. 16.971 (8).
20.003 (3) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.003 (3) (a) In the schedule of s. 20.005 and in the text in ss. 20.115 to 20.875, all state agencies shall be arranged alphabetically within functional areas. Each functional area is assigned a subchapter and each state agency shall be assigned a section within that subchapter. Each subsection constitutes a program, and each paragraph constitutes an appropriation.
20.003 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
20.003 (4) Required general fund balance. No bill directly or indirectly affecting general purpose revenues as defined in s. 20.001 (2) (a) may be enacted by the legislature if the bill would cause the estimated general fund balance on June 30 of any fiscal year as projected under s. 20.005 (1) to be an amount equal to less than one percent of the total general purpose revenue appropriations for that fiscal year plus any amount from general purpose revenue designated as "Compensation Reserves" for that fiscal year in the summary under s. 20.005 (1).
20.005 (1) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (1) Summary of all funds. The budget governing fiscal operations for the state of Wisconsin for all funds beginning on July 1, 1995, and ending on June 30, 1997, is summarized as follows: [See Figure 20.005 (1) following]
Figure: 20.005 (1)
GENERAL FUND SUMMARY
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SUMMARY OF APPROPRIATIONS — ALL FUNDS
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SUMMARY OF COMPENSATION RESERVES — ALL FUNDS
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LOTTERY FUND SUMMARY
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20.005 (2) of the statutes is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (2) State borrowing program summary. The following tabulation sets forth the state borrowing program summary: [See Figures 20.005 (2) (a) and (b) following]
Figure: 20.005 (2) (a)
SUMMARY OF BONDING AUTHORITY MODIFICATIONS
1995-97 FISCAL BIENNIUM
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Figure: 20.005 (2) (b)
GENERAL OBLIGATION AND
BUILDING CORPORATION DEBT SERVICE
FISCAL YEARS 1995-96 AND 1996-97
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20.005 (3) of the statutes, except as it affects 20.395 of the statutes, is repealed and recreated to read:
20.005 (3) Appropriations. The following tabulation lists all annual, biennial and sum certain continuing appropriations and anticipated expenditures from other appropriations for the programs and other purposes indicated. All appropriations are made from the general fund unless otherwise indicated. The letter abbreviations shown designating the type of appropriation apply to both fiscal years in the schedule unless otherwise indicated. [See Figure 20.005 (3) following]
Figure: 20.005 (3)
20.115 (1) (f) of the statutes is created to read:
20.115 (1) (f) Food regulation lapse restoration. A sum sufficient equal to the amount that lapsed to the general fund from the appropriation account under par. (gb) on June 30, 1995, to be transferred to the appropriation account under par. (gb).
20.115 (1) (f) of the statutes, as created by 1995 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), is repealed.
20.115 (1) (gb) of the statutes is amended to read: