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51.61 (1) (i) 1. Except as provided in subd. 2., have a right to be free from physical restraint and isolation except for emergency situations or when isolation or restraint is a part of a treatment program. Isolation or restraint may be used only when less restrictive measures are ineffective or not feasible and shall be used for the shortest time possible. When a patient is placed in isolation or restraint, his or her status shall be reviewed once every 30 minutes. Each facility shall have a written policy covering the use of restraint or isolation which that ensures that the dignity of the individual is protected, that the safety of the individual is ensured, and that there is regular, frequent monitoring by trained staff to care for bodily needs as may be required. Isolation or restraint may be used for emergency situations only when it is likely that the patient may physically harm himself or herself or others. The treatment director shall specifically designate physicians who are authorized to order isolation or restraint, and shall specifically designate licensed psychologists who are authorized to order isolation. In the instance where If the treatment director is not a physician, the medical director shall make the designation. In the case of a center for the developmentally disabled, use shall be authorized by the director of the center. The authorization for emergency use of isolation or restraint shall be in writing, except that isolation or restraint may be authorized in emergencies for not more than one hour, after which time an appropriate order in writing shall be obtained from the physician or licensed psychologist designated by the director, in the case of isolation, or the physician so designated in the case of restraint. Emergency isolation or restraint may not be continued for more than 24 hours without a new written order. Isolation may be used as part of a treatment program if it is part of a written treatment plan, and the rights specified in this subsection are provided to the patient. The use of isolation as a part of a treatment plan shall be explained to the patient and to his or her guardian, if any, by the person who undertakes such provides the treatment. Such A treatment plan that incorporates isolation shall be evaluated at least once every 2 weeks. Patients who have a recent history of physical aggression may be restrained during transport to or from the facility. Persons who are committed or transferred under s. 51.35 (3) or 51.37 or under ch. 971 or 975, or who are detained or committed under ch. 980, and who, while under this status, are transferred to a hospital, as defined in s. 50.33 (2), for medical care may be isolated for security reasons within locked facilities in the hospital. Patients who are committed or transferred under s. 51.35 (3) or 51.37 or under ch. 971 or 975, or who are detained or committed under ch. 980, may be restrained for security reasons during transport to or from the facility.
16,1993t Section 1993t. 51.61 (1) (i) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
51.61 (1) (i) 2. Patients in the maximum security facility at the Mendota Mental Health Institute may be locked in their rooms during the night shift and for a period of no longer than one hour and 30 minutes during each change of shift by staff to permit staff review of patient needs. Patients detained or committed under ch. 980 and placed in a facility specified under s. 980.065 may be locked in their rooms during the night shift, if they reside in a maximum or medium security unit in which each room is equipped with a toilet and sink, or if they reside in a unit in which each room is not equipped with a toilet and sink and the number of patients outside their rooms equals or exceeds the number of toilets in the unit, except that patients who do not have toilets in their rooms must be given an opportunity to use a toilet at least once every hour, or more frequently if medically indicated. Patients in the maximum security facility at the Mendota Mental Health Institute, or patients detained or committed under ch. 980 and placed in a facility specified under s. 980.065, may also be locked in their rooms on a unit-wide or facility-wide basis as an emergency measure as needed for security purposes to deal with an escape or attempted escape, the discovery of a dangerous weapon in the unit or facility or the receipt of reliable information that a dangerous weapon is in the unit or facility, or to prevent or control a riot or the taking of a hostage. A unit-wide or facility-wide emergency isolation order may only be authorized by the director of the unit or maximum security facility where the order is applicable or his or her designee and shall. A unit-wide or facility-wide emergency isolation order affecting the Mendota Mental Health Institute must be approved within one hour after it is authorized by the director of the Mendota mental health facility Mental Health Institute or the director's designee. An emergency order for unit-wide or facility-wide isolation may only be in effect for the period of time needed to preserve order while dealing with the situation and may not be used as a substitute for adequate staffing. During a period of unit-wide or facility-wide isolation, the status of each patient shall be reviewed every 30 minutes to ensure the safety and comfort of the patient, and each patient who is locked in a room without a toilet shall be given an opportunity to use a toilet at least once every hour, or more frequently if medically indicated. Each unit in the maximum security facility at the Mendota Mental Health Institute and each unit in a facility specified under s. 980.065 shall have a written policy covering the use of isolation which that ensures that the dignity of the individual is protected, that the safety of the individual is secured, and that there is regular, frequent monitoring by trained staff to care for bodily needs as may be required. Each policy The isolation policies shall be reviewed and approved by the director of the Mendota Mental Health Institute or the director's designee, or by the director of the facility specified under s. 980.065 or his or her designee, whichever is applicable.
16,1993u Section 1993u. 51.61 (1) (o) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.61 (1) (o) Except as otherwise provided, have a right not to be filmed or taped, unless the patient signs an informed and voluntary consent which that specifically authorizes a named individual or group to film or tape the patient for a particular purpose or project during a specified time period. The patient may specify in such consent periods during which, or situations in which, the patient may not be filmed or taped. If a patient is legally incompetent, such consent shall be granted on behalf of the patient by the patient's guardian. A patient in Goodland Hall at the Mendota Mental Health Institute, or a patient detained or committed under ch. 980 and placed in a facility specified under s. 980.065, may be filmed or taped for security purposes without the patient's consent, except that such a patient may not be filmed in patient bedrooms or bathrooms for any purpose without the patient's consent.
16,1993w Section 1993w. 51.61 (6) of the statutes is amended to read:
51.61 (6) Subject to the rights of patients provided under this chapter, the department, county departments under s. 51.42 or 51.437, and any agency providing services under an agreement with the department or those county departments have the right to use customary and usual treatment techniques and procedures in a reasonable and appropriate manner in the treatment of patients who are receiving services under the mental health system, for the purpose of ameliorating the conditions for which the patients were admitted to the system. The written, informed consent of any patient shall first be obtained, unless the person has been found not competent to refuse medication and treatment under s. 51.61 (1) (g) or the person is a minor 14 years or older who is receiving services for alcoholism or drug abuse or a minor under 14 years of age who is receiving services for mental illness, developmental disability, alcoholism, or drug abuse. In the case of a minor, the written, informed consent of the parent or guardian is required. Except, except as provided under an order issued under s. 51.13 (1) (c) or 51.14 (3) (h) or (4) (g), if. If the minor is 14 years of age or older and is receiving services for mental illness or developmental disability, the written, informed consent of the minor and the minor's parent or guardian is required. A refusal of either a minor 14 years of age or older or the minor's parent or guardian to provide written, informed consent for admission to an approved inpatient treatment facility is reviewable under s. 51.13 (1) (c) 1. and a refusal of either a minor 14 years of age or older or the minor's parent or guardian to provide written, informed consent for outpatient mental health treatment is reviewable under s. 51.14.
16,1993z Section 1993z. 59.01 of the statutes is amended to read:
59.01 Body corporate; status. Each county in this state is a body corporate, authorized to sue and be sued, to acquire and hold, lease or rent real and personal estate for public uses or purposes, including lands acquired under ch. 75, to sell, lease and convey the same, including the authority to enter into leases or contracts with the state for a period of years for the uses and purposes specified in s. ss. 23.09 (2) (d) and 28.02 (2), to make such contracts and to do such other acts as are necessary and proper to the exercise of the powers and privileges granted and the performance of the legal duties charged upon it.
16,1994m Section 1994m. 59.08 (9) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.08 (9) The ballot shall have on the back or reverse side the endorsements provided by law for ballots for general elections and shall be marked, punched or labeled by the elector and counted and canvassed as other ballots cast on questions in the county are counted and canvassed. The election shall be conducted by the same officers and in the same manner as are other elections in the county. The results of the election shall be certified to the judges of the circuit courts for the counties.
16,1996 Section 1996. 59.25 (3) (f) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
59.25 (3) (f) 2. For all court imposed fines and forfeitures required by law to be deposited in the state treasury, the amounts required by s. 757.05 for the penalty assessment surcharge, the amounts required by s. 165.755 for the crime laboratories and drug law enforcement assessment, the amounts required by s. 167.31 (5) for the weapons assessment, the amounts required by s. 973.045 for the crime victim and witness assistance surcharge, the amounts required by s. 938.34 (8d) for the delinquency victim and witness assistance surcharge, the amounts required by s. 973.046 for the deoxyribonucleic acid analysis surcharge, the amounts required by s. 961.41 (5) for the drug abuse program improvement surcharge, the amounts required by s. 100.261 for the consumer information protection assessment, the amounts authorized by s. 971.37 (1m) (c) 1. or required by s. 973.055 (1) for the domestic abuse assessment, the amounts required by s. 253.06 (4) (c) for the enforcement assessment under the supplemental food program for women, infants and children, the amounts required by s. 349.04 for the truck driver education assessment, the amounts required by ss. 346.177, 346.495 and 346.65 (4r) for the railroad crossing improvement assessment, the amounts required by s. 346.655 (2) (a) and (b) for the driver improvement surcharge, the amounts required by s. 102.85 (4) for the uninsured employer assessment, the amounts required by s. 299.93 for the environmental assessment, the amounts required by s. 29.983 for the wild animal protection assessment, the amounts required by s. 29.987 for the natural resources assessment surcharge, the amounts required by s. 29.985 for the fishing shelter removal assessment, the amounts required by s. 350.115 for the snowmobile registration restitution payment, and the amounts required by s. 29.989 for natural resources restitution payments, transmit to the state treasurer a statement of all moneys required by law to be paid on the actions entered during the preceding month on or before the first day of the next succeeding month, certified by the county treasurer's personal signature affixed or attached thereto, and at the same time pay to the state treasurer the amount thereof.
16,1996f Section 1996f. 59.25 (3) (j) of the statutes is renumbered 59.25 (3) (j) 1. and amended to read:
59.25 (3) (j) 1. Retain 10% for fees in receiving and paying into the state treasury all money received by the treasurer for the state for fines and penalties, except that 50% of the state forfeitures, fines and penalties under chs. 341 to 347, 349 and 351 shall be retained as fees as provided in subd. 2., and retain the other fees for receiving and paying money into the state treasury that are prescribed by law.
16,1996h Section 1996h. 59.25 (3) (j) 2. of the statutes is created to read:
59.25 (3) (j) 2. Retain 50% as fees for receiving and paying into the state treasury all money received by the treasurer for the state for state forfeitures, fines, and penalties under chs. 341 to 347, 349, and 351, unless, during that state fiscal year, the treasurer has already retained under this subdivision an amount equal to the amount that the treasurer retained under s. 59.25 (3) (j), 1999 stats., as fees from state forfeitures, fines, and penalties under chs. 341 to 347, 349, and 351 in the 2000-01 state fiscal year.
16,1996j Section 1996j. 59.25 (3) (jm) of the statutes is created to read:
59.25 (3) (jm) Forward to the state treasurer all money received by the treasurer for the state for state forfeitures, fines, and penalties under chs. 341 to 347, 349, and 351 if, during that state fiscal year, the treasurer has already retained under par. (j) 2. an amount equal to the amount that the treasurer retained under s. 59.25 (3) (j), 1999 stats., as fees from state forfeitures, fines, and penalties under chs. 341 to 347, 349, and 351 in the 2000-01 state fiscal year. The state treasurer shall deposit 50% of the amounts received under this paragraph in the general fund and shall credit them to the appropriation account under s. 20.475 (1) (g).
16,1996m Section 1996m. 59.34 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.34 (1) (a) Participate in inquest proceedings when required by law, except that in any county with a population of 500,000 or more and all counties which that have instituted the medical examiner system this duty and the powers incident thereto shall be vested exclusively in the office of the medical examiner. Except as provided under s. 59.38 (5), the board shall appoint the medical examiner. The office may be occupied on a full-time or part-time basis, and the officeholder shall be paid compensation as the board by ordinance provides. The duties performed by the county coroner and not vested in the medical examiner shall be performed by the clerk. The medical examiner may appoint such assistants as the board authorizes. Whenever requested by the court, attorney general, or district attorney, the medical examiner shall testify to facts and conclusions disclosed by autopsies performed by him or her, at his or her direction or in his or her presence; shall make physical examinations and tests incident to any matter of a criminal nature up for consideration before either the court, attorney general, or district attorney upon request; shall testify as an expert for either the court or the state in all matters where the examinations or tests have been made; and shall perform such other duties of a pathological or medicolegal nature as may be required.
16,1997 Section 1997. 59.40 (2) (m) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.40 (2) (m) Pay monthly to the treasurer for the use of the state the state's percentage of the fees required to be paid on each civil action, criminal action and special proceeding filed during the preceding month and pay monthly to the treasurer for the use of the state the percentage of court imposed fines and forfeitures required by law to be deposited in the state treasury, the amounts required by s. 757.05 for the penalty assessment surcharge, the amounts required by s. 165.755 for the crime laboratories and drug law enforcement assessment, the amounts required by s. 167.31 (5) for the weapons assessment, the amounts required by s. 973.045 for the crime victim and witness assistance surcharge, the amounts required by s. 938.34 (8d) for the delinquency victim and witness assistance surcharge, the amounts required by s. 973.046 for the deoxyribonucleic acid analysis surcharge, the amounts required by s. 961.41 (5) for the drug abuse program improvement surcharge, the amounts required by s. 100.261 for the consumer information protection assessment, the amounts authorized by s. 971.37 (1m) (c) 1. or required by s. 973.055 for the domestic abuse assessment surcharge, the amounts required by s. 253.06 (4) (c) for the enforcement assessment under the supplemental food program for women, infants and children, the amounts required by s. 349.04 for the truck driver education assessment, the amounts required by ss. 346.177, 346.495 and 346.65 (4r) for the railroad crossing improvement assessment, the amounts required by s. 346.655 for the driver improvement surcharge, the amounts required by s. 102.85 (4) for the uninsured employer assessment, the amounts required by s. 299.93 for the environmental assessment, the amounts required under s. 29.983 for the wild animal protection assessment, the amounts required under s. 29.987 (1) (d) for the natural resources assessment surcharge, the amounts required by s. 29.985 for the fishing shelter removal assessment, the amounts required by s. 350.115 for the snowmobile registration restitution payment, and the amounts required under s. 29.989 (1) (d) for the natural resources restitution payments. The payments shall be made by the 15th day of the month following receipt thereof.
16,1999m Section 1999m. 59.43 (2) (ag) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
59.43 (2) (ag) 1. After June 30, 1991, and subject Subject to s. 59.72 (5), for recording any instrument entitled to be recorded in the office of the register of deeds, $10 $11 for the first page and $2 for each additional page, except that no fee may be collected for recording a change of address that is exempt from a filing fee under s. 185.83 (1) (b).
16,1999n Section 1999n. 59.43 (2) (ag) 1. of the statutes, as affected by 2001 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), is amended to read:
59.43 (2) (ag) 1. Subject to s. 59.72 (5), for For recording any instrument entitled to be recorded in the office of the register of deeds, $11 for the first page and $2 for each additional page, except that no fee may be collected for recording a change of address that is exempt from a filing fee under s. 185.83 (1) (b).
16,2000 Section 2000. 59.43 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.43 (2) (b) For copies of any records or papers, $2 for the first page plus $1 for each additional page, plus 25 cents $1 for the certificate of the register of deeds, except that the department of revenue is exempt from the fees under this paragraph.
16,2001m Section 2001m. 59.43 (2) (e) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.43 (2) (e) After June 30, 1991, and subject Subject to s. 59.72 (5), for filing any instrument which is entitled to be filed in the office of register of deeds and for which no other specific fee is specified, $10 $11 for the first page and $2 for each additional page.
16,2001n Section 2001n. 59.43 (2) (e) of the statutes, as affected by 2001 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), is amended to read:
59.43 (2) (e) Subject to s. 59.72 (5), for For filing any instrument which is entitled to be filed in the office of register of deeds and for which no other specific fee is specified, $11 for the first page and $2 for each additional page.
16,2001nm Section 2001nm. 59.52 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.52 (6) (a) How acquired; purposes. Take and hold land acquired under ch. 75 and acquire, lease or rent property, real and personal, for public uses or purposes of any nature, including without limitation acquisitions for county buildings, airports, parks, recreation, highways, dam sites in parks, parkways and playgrounds, flowages, sewage and waste disposal for county institutions, lime pits for operation under s. 59.70 (24), equipment for clearing and draining land and controlling weeds for operation under s. 59.70 (18), ambulances, acquisition and transfer of real property to the state for new collegiate institutions or research facilities, and for transfer to the state for state parks, for state forests and for the other uses and purposes specified in s. 23.09 (2) (d).
16,2001q Section 2001q. 59.52 (11) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.52 (11) (c) Employee insurance. Provide for individual or group hospital, surgical and life insurance for county officers and employees and for payment of premiums for such officers and employees. In addition, a A county with at least 100 employees may elect to provide health care benefits on a self-insured basis to its officers and employees, and any 2 or more counties which together have at least 100 employees may jointly provide health care benefits on a self-insured basis to officers and employees of the counties. A county and one or more cities, villages, towns, or other counties, that together have at least 100 employees, may jointly provide health care benefits to their officers and employees on a self-insured basis. Counties which elect to provide health care benefits on a self-insured basis to their officers and employees shall be subject to the requirements set forth under s. 120.13 (2) (c) to (e) and (g).
16,2001r Section 2001r. 59.52 (29) (c) of the statutes is created to read:
59.52 (29) (c) If a county enacts an ordinance or adopts a resolution that authorizes preferences or set-asides to minority businesses in the awarding of a public work contract under par. (a), the ordinance or resolution shall require that the minority business be certified by the department of commerce under s. 560.036 (2).
16,2002j Section 2002j. 59.54 (27) of the statutes is created to read:
59.54 (27) Religious organizations; contract powers. (a) Definition. In this subsection, "board" includes any department, as defined in s. 59.60 (2) (a).
(b) General purpose and authority. The purpose of this subsection is to allow the board to contract with, or award grants to, religious organizations, under any program administered by the county dealing with delinquency and crime prevention or the rehabilitation of offenders, on the same basis as any other nongovernmental provider, without impairing the religious character of such organizations and without diminishing the religious freedom of beneficiaries of assistance funded under such program.
(c) Nondiscrimination against religious organizations. If the board is authorized to contract with a nongovernmental entity, or is authorized to award grants to a nongovernmental entity, religious organizations are eligible, on the same basis as any other private organization, to be contractors and grantees under any program administered by the board so long as the programs are implemented consistently with the first amendment to the U.S. Constitution and article I, section 18, of the Wisconsin constitution. Except as provided in par. (L), the board may not discriminate against an organization that is or applies to be a contractor or grantee on the basis that the organization does or does not have a religious character or because of the specific religious nature of the organization.
(d) Religious character and freedom. 1. The board shall allow a religious organization with which the board contracts or to which the board awards a grant to retain its independence from government, including the organization's control over the definition, development, practice, and expression of its religious beliefs.
2. The board may not require a religious organization to alter its form of internal governance or to remove religious art, icons, scripture, or other symbols to be eligible for a contract or grant.
(e) Rights of beneficiaries of assistance. 1. If the board contracts with, or awards grants to, a religious organization for the provision of crime prevention or offender rehabilitation assistance under a program administered by the board, an individual who is eligible for this assistance shall be informed in writing that assistance of equal value and accessibility is available from a nonreligious provider upon request.
2. The board shall provide an individual who is otherwise eligible for assistance from an organization described under subd. 1. with assistance of equal value from a nonreligious provider if the individual objects to the religious character of the organization described under subd. 1. and requests assistance from a nonreligious provider. The board shall provide such assistance within a reasonable period of time after the date of the objection and shall ensure that it is accessible to the individual.
(g) Nondiscrimination against beneficiaries. A religious organization may not discriminate against an individual in regard to rendering assistance that is funded under any program administered by the board on the basis of religion, a religious belief or nonbelief, or a refusal to actively participate in a religious practice.
(h) Fiscal accountability. 1. Except as provided in subd. 2., any religious organization that contracts with or receives a grant from the board is subject to the same laws and rules as other contractors and grantees regarding accounting, in accord with generally accepted auditing principles, for the use of the funds provided under such programs.
2. If the religious organization segregates funds provided under programs administered by the board into separate accounts, only the financial assistance provided with those funds shall be subject to audit.
(i) Compliance. Any party that seeks to enforce its rights under this subsection may bring a civil action for injunctive relief against the entity that allegedly commits the violation.
(j) Limitations on use of funds for certain purposes. No funds provided directly to religious organizations by the board may be expended for sectarian worship, instruction, or proselytization.
(k) Certification of compliance. Every religious organization that contracts with or receives a grant from the county board to provide delinquency and crime prevention or offender rehabilitation services to eligible recipients shall certify in writing that it has complied with the requirements of pars. (g) and (j) and submit to the board a copy of this certification and a written description of the policies the organization has adopted to ensure that it has complied with the requirements under pars. (g) and (j).
(L) Preemption. Nothing in this subsection may be construed to preempt any other statute that prohibits or restricts the expenditure of federal or state funds by or the granting of federal or state funds to religious organizations.
16,2002m Section 2002m. 59.57 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.57 (1) (b) If a county with a population of 500,000 or more appropriates money under par. (a) to fund nonprofit agencies, the county shall have a goal of expending 20% of the money appropriated for this purpose to fund a nonprofit agency that is actively managed by minority group members, as defined in s. 560.036 (1) (f), a minority business certified by the department of commerce under s. 560.036 (2) and that principally serves minority group members.
16,2002r Section 2002r. 59.60 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.60 (1) Application. The provisions of this section shall apply to all counties with a population of 500,000 or more. Any Except as provided in sub. (13), any county with a county executive or county administrator may elect to be subject to the provisions of this section.
16,2002s Section 2002s. 59.60 (5) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.60 (5) (g) A complete summary of all the budget estimates and a statement of the property tax levy required if funds were appropriated on the basis of these estimates. In determining the property tax levy required, the director shall deduct from the total estimated expenditures the estimated amount of revenue from sources other than the property tax levy and shall deduct the amount of any surplus at the close of the preceding fiscal year not yet appropriated. The board, by two-thirds vote, may adopt a resolution before the adoption of the tax levy authorizing the use of the surplus fund in whole or in part as a sinking fund for the redemption or repurchase of bonds or to provide funds for emergency needs under sub. (9), but for no other purposes, except as provided in sub. (13).
16,2002t Section 2002t. 59.60 (13) of the statutes is created to read:
59.60 (13) Tax stabilization fund. (a) Notwithstanding sub. (1), only a county with a population of at least 500,000 may create a tax stabilization fund under this subsection.
(b) The board of a county described in par. (a) may enact an ordinance creating a tax stabilization fund in the county. If such fund is created under this paragraph, the following amounts, if positive, shall be deposited into the tax stabilization fund:
1. The amount determined by subtracting the estimated nonproperty tax revenues collected by the county in the prior year from the corresponding actual receipts for the prior year, as determined by the comptroller not later than April 15 of each year.
2. The amount determined by subtracting total adjusted operating budget appropriations for the prior year from total expenditures, commitments, and reserves for the prior year, as determined by the comptroller not later than April 15 of each year.
3. Any general surplus balance as of December 31 of the prior year, as determined by the comptroller not later than April 15 of each year.
4. Any amounts included in the county's property tax levy that are designated for deposit in the fund.
(c) Subject to par. (d), the board may withdraw amounts from the tax stabilization fund, by a three-quarters vote of the members-elect, or by a majority vote of the members-elect if the county's total levy rate, as defined in s. 59.605 (1) (g), is projected by the board to increase by more than 3% in the current fiscal year and the withdrawn funds would prevent an increase of more than 3%.
(d) The tax stabilization fund may not be used to offset any of the following:
1. Any deficit that occurs between the board's total estimated nonproperty tax revenue, and the total actual nonproperty tax revenue.
2. Any deficit that occurs between total appropriations and total expenditures.
(e) If the uncommitted balance in the tax stabilization fund exceeds 5% of the current year's budget that is under the board's control, as of June 1 of the current year, any amount that exceeds that 5% shall be used to reduce the county's next property tax levy.
16,2002u Section 2002u. 59.69 (4e) of the statutes is renumbered 59.69 (4e) (intro.) and amended to read:
59.69 (4e) (intro.) Migrant labor camps. The board may not enact an ordinance or adopt a resolution that interferes with any of the following:
(a) Any repair or expansion of migrant labor camps, as defined in s. 103.90 (3), that are in existence on May 12, 1992, if the repair or expansion is required by an administrative rule that is promulgated by the department of workforce development under ss. 103.90 to 103.97. An ordinance or resolution of the county that is in effect on May 12, 1992, and that is in effect on the effective date of this paragraph .... [revisor inserts date], and that interferes with any construction, repair, or expansion of existing migrant labor camps that is required by such an administrative rule is void.
16,2002w Section 2002w. 59.69 (4e) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
59.69 (4e) (b) The construction of new migrant labor camps, as defined in s. 103.90 (3), that are built on or after the effective date of this paragraph .... [revisor inserts date], on property that is adjacent to a food processing plant, as defined in s. 100.03 (1) (q), or on property owned by a producer of vegetables, as defined in s. 100.03 (1) (zs), if the camp is located on or contiguous to property on which vegetables are produced or adjacent to land on which the producer resides.
16,2003c Section 2003c. 59.72 (3) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.72 (3) Land information office. The board may establish a county land information office or may direct that the functions and duties of the office be performed by an existing department, board, commission, agency, institution, authority, or office. The If the board establishes a county land information office, the office shall:
16,2003e Section 2003e. 59.72 (5) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.72 (5) (a) Before the 16th day of each month a register of deeds shall submit to the land information board $6 $7 from the fee for recording the first page of each instrument that is recorded under s. 59.43 (2) (ag) 1. and (e), less any amount retained by the county under par. (b).
16,2003g Section 2003g. 59.72 (5) (b) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.72 (5) (b) (intro.) A county may retain $4 $5 of the $6 $7 submitted under par. (a) from the fee for recording the first page of each instrument that is recorded under s. 59.43 (2) (ag) 1. and (e) if all of the following conditions are met:
16,2003m Section 2003m. 59.72 (5) (b) 3. of the statutes is amended to read:
59.72 (5) (b) 3. The county uses the fees $4 of each $5 fee retained under this paragraph to develop, implement, and maintain the countywide plan for land records modernization, and $1 of each $5 fee retained under this paragraph to develop and maintain a computerized indexing of the county's land information records relating to housing, including the housing element of the county's land use plan under s. 66.1001 (2) (b), in a manner that would allow for greater public access via the Internet.
16,2003mn Section 2003mn. 59.74 (2) (g) of the statutes is amended to read:
59.74 (2) (g) Every land surveyor and every officer of the department of natural resources, every officer of the department of forestry and the district attorney shall enforce this subsection.
16,2003pc Section 2003pc. 60.10 (1) (g) of the statutes is created to read:
60.10 (1) (g) Hourly wage of certain employees. Establish the hourly wage to be paid under s. 60.37 (4) to a town employee who is also an elected town officer, unless the authority has been delegated to the town board under sub. (2) (L).
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