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84.095(4)(a)4. 4. The signature of the person authorized by the department or the city, village, town or county to sign the plat.
84.095(4)(a)5. 5. A scale, north arrow and basis of reference.
84.095(4)(a)6. 6. The metric conversion factor, if applicable.
84.095(4)(a)7. 7. The coordinate reference, if applicable.
84.095(4)(a)8. 8. The existing and new locations of the transportation facility.
84.095(4)(a)9. 9. The delineation of each parcel. For each parcel, a complete description of the following shall be included:
84.095(4)(a)9.a. a. The parcel number.
84.095(4)(a)9.b. b. The right, title or interest in land to be acquired.
84.095(4)(a)9.c. c. The name of the owner of record.
84.095(4)(a)9.d. d. The approximate area of the parcel.
84.095(4)(a)10. 10. The approximate area of each remainder interest.
84.095(4)(a)11. 11. Reference to platted land surveys or other surveys of record and the locations of known monuments established for such surveys.
84.095(4)(a)12. 12. The locations of known public land survey monuments.
84.095(4)(b) (b) In addition to the information required under par. (a), a plat for a highway project shall include the following:
84.095(4)(b)1. 1. The designation of the highway and any adjacent or intersecting streets or highways by name, number or letter.
84.095(4)(b)2. 2. A description of the reference line for the highway by bearing and distance.
84.095(4)(b)3. 3. The location of the highway reference line by bearing and distance from a boundary line of a section, if known, or from a recorded private claim or federal reservation.
84.095(4)(b)4. 4. A description of the highway right-of-way boundaries by bearing and distance.
84.095(4)(b)5. 5. The locations of existing reference lines and right-of-way lines.
84.095(4)(c) (c) Notwithstanding its depiction on a plat, the boundary of a parcel extends to the boundary of the adjoining property parcel or body of water.
84.095(5) (5)Surveyor's certificate. A plat prepared for filing or recording under this section shall include a certificate of a land surveyor registered under s. 443.06 that the plat is a correct representation of the project described and that the identification and location of each parcel can be determined from the plat. This subsection does not apply to plats prepared by the department.
84.095(6) (6)Plat dimensions and paper.
84.095(6)(a)(a) No plat may be filed or recorded in the office of a register of deeds unless the plat has a binding margin of 1.5 inches wide and a one-inch margin on all other sides, and is printed on muslin-backed white paper that is 22 inches wide by 30 inches long with nonfading black image or reproduced with photographic silver haloid image on double matt polyester film of not less than 4 mil thickness. A plat that is submitted for filing or recording shall contain a blank space at least 2.5 inches by 2.5 inches in size for use by the register of deeds.
84.095(6)(b) (b) The requirements of s. 59.43 (2m) do not apply to plats submitted under this section.
84.095(7) (7)Description for parcels and remainder interests.
84.095(7)(a)(a) Whenever a plat has been filed or recorded under this section, any parcel depicted in the plat that is acquired for a project by conveyance or eminent domain proceedings shall be described as follows:
Parcel .... (number) of transportation project plat .... (project number), recorded in volume .... (number) of transportation project plats, page .... (number), on .... (date), .... (county name) register of deeds, and located in .... (quarter section, section, township and range; recorded private claim; or federal reservation).
84.095(7)(b) (b) A description under par. (a) is a sufficient legal description for purposes of s. 32.05 or 706.05 (2m) (a).
84.095(7)(c) (c) Subsequent conveyances, mortgages and other instruments concerning a remainder interest may refer to the parcel description in par. (a) as an exception to the conveyance.
84.095(8) (8)Indexing of plats.
84.095(8)(a)(a) The register of deeds shall index plats filed or recorded under this section in the manner described in s. 59.43 (12m), whether or not the county board has enacted an ordinance requiring such an index.
84.095(8)(b) (b) Within 3 working days after the date on which a plat is submitted for recording under this section, the register of deeds shall assign a document number and volume and page of recording for the plat and, if the person submits with the plat a properly addressed postcard for which postage had been paid, shall provide written notice of such information to the person who submitted the plat.
84.095(9) (9)Local review. No state agency, city, village, town or county may require the review or approval of a plat as a condition of filing or recording the plat if the plat is prepared in accordance with this section.
84.095 History History: 1997 a. 282.
84.10 84.10 Maintenance and operation of bridges not on state trunks.
84.10(1)(1) The amounts allocated under s. 20.395 (3) (cq) and (eq) for the purposes described in this subsection shall be expended by the department for the maintenance and operation of bridges not on the state trunk highway system which were constructed, reconstructed, or purchased under s. 84.11 before August 9, 1989, and under s. 84.12 and free bridges located in connecting highways in 4th class cities, and towns, which have a length, not including approaches, of 300 feet or more, or a swing or lift span. Except as provided in a jurisdictional transfer agreement under s. 84.16, all matters relating to the maintenance and operation of such bridges shall be under the control of the department. Maintenance and operation shall not include the roadway lighting system and shall not include snow and ice removal and control for bridges located on connecting highways. The department may arrange with any county highway committee or with any city, village or town for the operation or maintenance or both of any such bridge; and any county highway committee, city, village or town may enter into such arrangement. This subsection does not apply to sub. (2).
84.10(2) (2) The joint committee on finance may transfer moneys to s. 20.395 (3) (cq) from any other segregated revenue appropriations of the department for state operations from the transportation fund, upon request of the department, for the purpose of supplementing moneys allocated under s. 20.395 (3) (cq) for the rehabilitation of a local bridge for which improvement is a state responsibility and which has been posted with a weight limitation as provided in s. 349.16 (2).
84.102 84.102 Governor Nelson Dewey Memorial Highway. In order to commemorate the first governor of the state of Wisconsin, the department shall designate and mark as the "Governor Nelson Dewey Memorial Highway" STH 81 from its junction with STH 35 in Grant County to Cassville, Governor Dewey's hometown.
84.102 History History: 1989 a. 76.
84.1022 84.1022 Green Bay Ethnic Trail.
84.1022(1) (1) The department shall designate and mark a transportation corridor commencing at the state line in Kenosha County and proceeding northerly to Green Bay in Brown County as the "Green Bay Ethnic Trail" to commemorate the historical achievements and contributions of earlier ethnic settlements along the shore of Lake Michigan.
84.1022(2) (2) The transportation corridor shall consist of the following highway route:
84.1022(2)(a) (a) In Kenosha County, commencing at Russel Road at the Illinois-Wisconsin state line and proceeding northerly for approximately 16.7 miles on STH 31 to its junction with CTH "MM" in Racine County.
84.1022(2)(b) (b) In Racine County, proceeding northerly for approximately 0.9 mile on CTH "MM" to its junction with STH 38; then proceeding westerly for approximately 1.0 mile on STH 38 to its junction with STH 31; then proceeding northerly for approximately 4.0 miles on STH 31 to its junction with STH 32; and then proceeding northerly for approximately 6.9 miles on STH 32 to its junction with 10th Avenue in the city of South Milwaukee in Milwaukee County. The route shall include STH 32 commencing at Four Mile Road and proceeding northerly for approximately 2 miles to its junction with STH 31.
84.1022(2)(c) (c) In Milwaukee County, proceeding northerly for approximately 1.6 miles on 10th Avenue to its junction with STH 32; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.8 mile on STH 32 to its junction with STH 62; then proceeding northerly for approximately 1.8 miles on STH 62 to its junction with Layton Avenue in the city of Cudahy; then proceeding westerly for approximately 0.1 mile on Layton Avenue to its junction with Kinnickinnic Avenue; then proceeding northerly for approximately 2.2 miles on Kinnickinnic Avenue to its junction with STH 32; then proceeding northerly for approximately 2.3 miles on STH 32 to its junction with 1st Street in the city of Milwaukee; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.5 mile on 1st Street to its junction with STH 59; then proceeding westerly for approximately 0.1 mile on STH 59 to its junction with 2nd Street; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.6 mile on 2nd Street to its junction with N. Plankinton Avenue; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.6 mile on N. Plankinton Avenue to its junction with Kilbourn Avenue; then proceeding westerly for approximately 0.1 mile on Kilbourn Avenue to its junction with N. Old World 3rd Street; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.7 mile on N. Old World 3rd Street to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; then proceeding northerly for approximately 3.0 miles on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive to its junction with STH 57; and then proceeding northerly for approximately 9.9 miles on STH 57 to its junction with Green Bay Road in the village of Thiensville in Ozaukee County.
84.1022(2)(d) (d) In Ozaukee County, proceeding northerly for approximately 5.7 miles on Green Bay Road to its junction with S. Falls Road in the village of Grafton; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.2 mile on S. Falls Road to its junction with 12th Avenue; then proceeding northerly for approximately 1.8 miles on 12th Avenue to its junction with Green Bay Road; then proceeding northerly for approximately 2.8 miles on Green Bay Road to its junction with Green Bay Avenue in the village of Saukville; then proceeding northeasterly for approximately 1.0 mile on Green Bay Avenue to its junction with STH 33; then proceeding easterly for approximately 1.1 miles on STH 33 to its junction with Green Bay Road; then proceeding northerly for approximately 1.0 mile on Green Bay Road to its junction with Hillcrest Drive; then proceeding easterly for approximately 0.1 mile on Hillcrest Drive to its junction with CTH "LL"; and then proceeding northeasterly for approximately 11.9 miles on CTH "LL" to its junction with CTH "LLL" in Sheboygan County.
84.1022(2)(e) (e) In Sheboygan County, proceeding northerly for approximately 0.2 mile on CTH "LLL" to its junction with Main Street in the village of Cedar Grove; then proceeding northerly for approximately 0.9 mile on Main Street to its junction with STH 32; then proceeding northerly for approximately 18.1 miles on STH 32 to its junction with STH 42; and then proceeding northerly for approximately 6.7 miles on STH 42 to its junction with Pioneer Road in the village of Spring Valley in Manitowoc County.
84.1022(2)(f) (f) In Manitowoc County, proceeding northwesterly for approximately 0.8 mile on Pioneer Road to its junction with STH 42; then proceeding northerly for approximately 11.0 miles on STH 42 to its junction with US 151; then proceeding easterly for approximately 0.5 mile on US 151 to its junction with CTH "R"; and then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 20.6 miles on CTH "R" to its junction with CTH "T" in Brown County.
84.1022(2)(g) (g) In Brown County, proceeding northwesterly for approximately 0.6 mile on CTH "T" to its junction with E. Main Street in the village of Denmark; then proceeding westerly for approximately 0.2 mile on E. Main Street to its junction with Green Bay Road; then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 0.5 mile on Green Bay Road to its junction with CTH "R"; then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 1.8 miles on CTH "R" to its junction with Steve's Cheese Road; then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 1.0 mile on Steve's Cheese Road to its junction with CTH "R"; then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 0.8 mile on CTH "R" to its junction with Stage Coach Road; then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 1.3 miles on Stage Coach Road to its junction with CTH "R"; and then proceeding northwesterly for approximately 9.6 miles on CTH "R", ending at the easterly shore of the Fox River in the city of Green Bay.
84.1022(3) (3) The department shall erect markers at regular intervals along the route specified in sub. (2), including at appropriate areas historical markers, to clearly identify to motorists each change from one road, street or highway to another road, street or highway along the designated route. The department shall erect historical markers at appropriate areas along the designated route. Any marker erected by the department shall clearly identify to motorists the designation of the route in commemoration of the diverse ethnic heritage along the shore of Lake Michigan in this state.
84.1022 History History: 1993 a. 6.
84.1025 84.1025 Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial Highway. In recognition of the architectural accomplishments of Frank Lloyd Wright, the department shall designate and mark as the "Frank Lloyd Wright Memorial Highway" USH 14 commencing at Richland Center and proceeding easterly to Madison.
84.1025 History History: 1991 a. 27, 39.
84.103 84.103 Veterans Memorial Highways.
84.103(1) (1)Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark the following routes as parts of the "Wisconsin Veterans Memorial Highway" as living memorials to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of all wars in which the United States has engaged:
84.103(1)(a) (a) I 94 commencing at Milwaukee and proceeding westerly to Madison.
84.103(1)(b) (b) I 90 and I 94 commencing at Madison and proceeding northwesterly to the junction of I 90 and I 94 approximately 2 miles east of Tomah.
84.103(1)(c) (c) I 90 commencing at the junction in par. (b) and proceeding westerly to La Crosse.
84.103(1)(e) (e) I 94 commencing at the junction in par. (b) and proceeding northwesterly to Hudson.
84.103(1)(f) (f) I 90 commencing at Madison and proceeding southerly to Beloit.
84.103(1)(g) (g) I 94 commencing at Milwaukee and proceeding southerly to the state line.
84.103(1m) (1m)World War I Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark STH 29 commencing at Kewaunee and proceeding westerly to the state line at Prescott as the "World War I Veterans Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of World War I.
84.103(1r) (1r)World War II Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark USH 41 commencing at Milwaukee and proceeding northerly to Marinette as the "World War II Veterans Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of World War II.
84.103(1t) (1t)Purple Heart Memorial Highway. The department shall designate USH 14 commencing at the Wisconsin-Minnesota border and proceeding easterly to Richland Center as the "Purple Heart Memorial Highway" as a permanent memorial to and in honor of all persons wounded, injured or killed as the direct result of enemy action who have been awarded this high honor in the name of the president of the United States. The department shall erect a permanent memorial marker along this route to identify the designation of the highway under this subsection.
84.103(2) (2)Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark the route of USH 51, extending from the Wisconsin-Illinois border to the Wisconsin-Michigan border, as the "Korean War Veterans Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of the Korean war.
84.103(3) (3)Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark the route of USH 10, commencing at Manitowoc and proceeding westerly to the Wisconsin-Minnesota border, as the "Vietnam War Veterans Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of all Wisconsin veterans, living and dead, of the Vietnam war.
84.103(4) (4)Markers. The department shall erect at regular intervals along the routes of the highways under this section markers, including at appropriate areas historical markers, to clearly identify to motorists the respective designations of the highways as memorials to Wisconsin veterans.
84.103 History History: 1977 c. 29 ss. 938, 1654 (8) (a); 1987 a. 117, 399; 1989 a. 31, 343; 1993 a. 347.
84.1032 84.1032 Blue Star Memorial Highway. The department shall designate STH 23 commencing at Sheboygan and proceeding westerly to the Sheboygan County line as a "Blue Star Memorial Highway" to commemorate and honor the armed forces of the United States of America and all individuals who have served or will serve in this nation's armed forces.
84.1032 History History: 1993 a. 20.
84.1035 84.1035 Peace Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark USH 53 commencing at La Crosse and proceeding northerly to Superior as the "Peace Memorial Highway" to commemorate the contributions and devotion of the citizens of this state to international peace and greater understanding among nations. The department shall erect markers at regular intervals along the route, including at appropriate areas historical markers, to clearly identify to motorists the designation of the highway as a memorial to international peace.
84.1035 History History: 1989 a. 343.
84.1038 84.1038 Iron Brigade Memorial Highway. The department shall designate and mark, consistent with any standards that may be developed by the department for memorial highway designations, USH 12 from the state line in Walworth County to the state line in St. Croix County as the "Iron Brigade Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of the members of the Second, Sixth and Seventh Wisconsin regiments who served in the Iron Brigade of the Union army in the Civil War of 1861 to 1865.
84.1038 History History: 1993 a. 442.
84.1039 84.1039 84th Division "Railsplitters" Memorial Highway.
84.1039(1)(1) The department shall designate and mark, subject to sub. (2), STH 33 commencing at La Crosse and proceeding easterly to Port Washington as the "84th Division `Railsplitters' Memorial Highway" as a living memorial to and in honor of the men and women of the 84th Division who by their bravery and sacrifice in World Wars I and II brought great credit to this state and to their division, which traces its lineage back to the service of Abraham Lincoln in this state during the Blackhawk war of 1832.
84.1039(2) (2) Upon receipt of sufficient contributions from interested parties, including any county, city, village or town, to cover the cost of erecting and maintaining markers along the route specified in sub. (1) to clearly identify to motorists the designation of the route as the "84th Division `Railsplitters' Memorial Highway", the department shall erect and maintain the markers. No state funds, other than from the receipt of contributions under this subsection, may be expended for the erection or maintenance of the markers.
84.1039 History History: 1995 a. 297.
84.104 84.104 32nd Division Memorial Highway. In order to commemorate the 32nd Infantry Division, also known as The Red Arrow Division, which, while composed mainly of men from Wisconsin, Illinois and Michigan, brought fame and glory to these states during World Wars I and II by their sacrifice, devotion and bravery and which is now established as a Wisconsin national guard division, the department is directed to establish a highway memorial designated route 32 by renumbering certain existing highways linking Illinois and Michigan through Wisconsin. Beginning at the Illinois-Wisconsin state line renumber state trunk highway 42 to a point where it joins the present Wisconsin state trunk highway 32 at Sheboygan; continuing over the present Wisconsin state trunk highway 32 north to the junction with U.S. highway 8 at Laona; continuing over the present Wisconsin state trunk highway 32 north to junction with U.S. highway 45 at Three Lakes; thence north on U.S. highway 45 to Michigan-Wisconsin state line at Land O'Lakes. The department is further directed that in addition to the numeral 32, the highway markers on this highway carry a red arrow, and that historical markers be erected and maintained along the highway in honor of the 32nd Division and its members.
84.104 History History: 1977 c. 29 s. 1654 (8) (a).
84.1042 84.1042 Lloyd Spriggle Memorial Bridge. The department shall designate and mark, consistent with any standards that may be developed by the department for memorial highway designations, the bridge on USH 63 across the Wisconsin channel in Pierce County as the "Lloyd Spriggle Memorial Bridge" in recognition and appreciation of Lloyd Spriggle, a local civic leader of Pierce County who actively worked for over 50 years to preserve and protect the environment and to improve the water quality and the beauty of the rivers, streams, lakes and forests of this state.
84.1042 History History: 1993 a. 364.
84.1043 84.1043 Cinco De Mayo Memorial Highway. In recognition of the day of celebration that commemorates Mexico's victory over an invading French army on May 5, 1862, and in recognition and appreciation of the contributions and cultural heritage of Hispanics in the state whose ancestors originated in Mexico, the department shall designate and mark as the "Cinco De Mayo Memorial Highway" the route of STH 59 within the city of Milwaukee.
84.1043 History History: 1991 a. 39.
84.1044 84.1044 John R. Plewa Memorial Lake Parkway. The department shall designate and mark I 794 and STH 794 in Milwaukee County commencing from the Daniel Webster Hoan Memorial Bridge and proceeding southerly to the intersection with East Layton Avenue as the "John R. Plewa Memorial Lake Parkway" in recognition and appreciation of the life of John R. Plewa and his public service as a member of the Wisconsin legislature for more than 20 years.
84.1044 History History: 1999 a. 9.
84.1045 84.1045 Roland Kampo Bridge. The department shall designate and mark, consistent with any standards that may be developed by the department for memorial highway designations, the Little Lake Butte des Morts bridge on STH 441 in Winnebago County as the "Roland Kampo Bridge" in recognition and appreciation of Roland Kampo, a local civic leader of the Fox valley region who was instrumental in the creation of the tri-county expressway in Calumet, Outagamie and Winnebago counties.
84.1045 History History: 1993 a. 237.
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