d. Multiply the number determined under subd. 1. a. by the number determined under subd. 1. c.
2. Except as provided in par. (h), the reduction determined under this paragraph may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 15 percent of the municipality's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or 15 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57.
(e) 1. The reduction for a municipality that has a population greater than 10,000, but no greater than 50,000, is the amount equal to 15 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57, plus the amount determined as follows:
a. Multiply the amount determined under par. (b) 1. by the municipality's population.
b. Subtract 10,000 from the municipality's population.
c. Divide the number determined under subd. 1. b. by 40,000.
d. Multiply the number determined under subd. 1. a. by the number determined under subd. 1. c.
2. Except as provided in par. (h), the reduction determined under this paragraph may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 15 percent of the municipality's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or 25 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57.
(f) 1. The reduction for a municipality that has a population greater than 50,000, but no greater than 110,000, is the amount equal to 25 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57, plus the amount determined as follows:
a. Multiply the amount determined under par. (b) 1. by the municipality's population.
b. Subtract 50,000 from the municipality's population.
c. Divide the number determined under subd. 1. b. by 60,000.
d. Multiply the number determined under subd. 1. a. by the number determined under subd. 1. c.
2. Except as provided in par. (h), the reduction determined under this paragraph may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 15 percent of the municipality's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or 30 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57.
(g) The reduction for a municipality that has a population greater than 110,000 is an amount equal to 30 cents for each \$1,000 of the municipality's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57, plus an amount equal to the municipality's population multiplied by the amount determined under par. (b) 1., except that the reduction determined under this paragraph may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 25 percent of the municipality's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or 35 cents for each \$1,000 in equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57.
(h) The reduction determined under par. (c), (d), (e), or (f) for a town or village may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 25 percent of the town's or village's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or the amount determined under par. (c) 2., (d) 2., (e) 2., or (f) 2. based on equalized value.
(i) The reduction for a county is the amount determined under par. (b) 2. multiplied by the county's population, except that the reduction determined under this paragraph may not exceed the lesser of an amount equal to 25 percent of the county's payment under this section in 2011, prior to any reduction under s. 79.02 (3) (e), or 15 cents for each \$1,000 of the county's equalized value, as determined under s. 70.57.
32, s. 2191k Section 2191k. 79.035 (5) of the statutes is created to read:
79.035 (5) For the distribution in 2013 and subsequent years, each county and municipality shall receive a payment under this section that is equal to the amount of the payment determined for the county or municipality under this section for 2012.
32, s. 2191L Section 2191L. 79.04 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
79.04 (1) (a) An amount from the shared revenue public utility account or, for the distribution in 2003, from the appropriation under s. 20.835 (1) (t), 2003 stats., determined by multiplying by 3 mills in the case of a town, and 6 mills in the case of a city or village, the first \$125,000,000 of the amount shown in the account, plus leased property, of each public utility except qualified wholesale electric companies, as defined in s. 76.28 (1) (gm), on December 31 of the preceding year for "production plant, exclusive of land," "general structures," and "substations," in the case of light, heat and power companies, electric cooperatives or municipal electric companies, for all property within a municipality in accordance with the system of accounts established by the public service commission or rural electrification administration, less depreciation thereon as determined by the department of revenue and less the value of treatment plant and pollution abatement equipment, as defined under s. 70.11 (21), as determined by the department of revenue plus an amount from the shared revenue public utility account or, for the distribution in 2003, from the appropriation under s. 20.835 (1) (t), 2003 stats., determined by multiplying by 3 mills in the case of a town, and 6 mills in the case of a city or village, of the first \$125,000,000 of the total original cost of production plant, general structures, and substations less depreciation, land and approved waste treatment facilities of each qualified wholesale electric company, as defined in s. 76.28 (1) (gm), as reported to the department of revenue of all property within the municipality. The total of amounts, as depreciated, from the accounts of all public utilities for the same production plant is also limited to not more than \$125,000,000. The amount distributable to a municipality under this subsection and sub. (6) in any year shall not exceed \$300 times the population of the municipality, except that, beginning with payments in 2009, the amount distributable to a municipality under this subsection and sub. (6) in any year shall not exceed \$425 times the population of the municipality.
32, s. 2191n Section 2191n. 79.04 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
79.04 (2) (a) Annually, except for production plants that begin operation after December 31, 2003, or begin operation as a repowered production plant after December 31, 2003, and except as provided in sub. (4m), the department of administration, upon certification by the department of revenue, shall distribute from the shared revenue public utility account or, for the distribution in 2003, from the appropriation under s. 20.835 (1) (t), 2003 stats., to any county having within its boundaries a production plant, general structure, or substation, used by a light, heat or power company assessed under s. 76.28 (2) or 76.29 (2), except property described in s. 66.0813 unless the production plant or substation is owned or operated by a local governmental unit that is located outside of the municipality in which the production plant or substation is located, or by an electric cooperative assessed under ss. 76.07 and 76.48, respectively, or by a municipal electric company under s. 66.0825 an amount determined by multiplying by 6 mills in the case of property in a town and by 3 mills in the case of property in a city or village the first \$125,000,000 of the amount shown in the account, plus leased property, of each public utility except qualified wholesale electric companies, as defined in s. 76.28 (1) (gm), on December 31 of the preceding year for "production plant, exclusive of land," "general structures," and "substations," in the case of light, heat and power companies, electric cooperatives or municipal electric companies, for all property within the municipality in accordance with the system of accounts established by the public service commission or rural electrification administration, less depreciation thereon as determined by the department of revenue and less the value of treatment plant and pollution abatement equipment, as defined under s. 70.11 (21), as determined by the department of revenue plus an amount from the shared revenue public utility account or, for the distribution in 2003, from the appropriation under s. 20.835 (1) (t), 2003 stats., determined by multiplying by 6 mills in the case of property in a town, and 3 mills in the case of property in a city or village, of the total original cost of production plant, general structures, and substations less depreciation, land and approved waste treatment facilities of each qualified wholesale electric company, as defined in s. 76.28 (1) (gm), as reported to the department of revenue of all property within the municipality. The total of amounts, as depreciated, from the accounts of all public utilities for the same production plant is also limited to not more than \$125,000,000. The amount distributable to a county under this subsection and sub. (6) in any year shall not exceed \$100 times the population of the county, except that, beginning with payments in 2009, the amount distributable to a county under this subsection and sub. (6) in any year shall not exceed \$125 times the population of the county.
32, s. 2192 Section 2192. 79.04 (7) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
79.04 (7) (a) Beginning with payments in 2005, if a production plant, as described in sub. (6) (a), other than a nuclear-powered production plant, is built on the site of, or on a site adjacent to, an existing or decommissioned production plant; or is built on a site purchased by a public utility before January 1, 1980, that was identified in an advance plan as a proposed site for a production plant; or is built on, or on a site adjacent to, brownfields, as defined in s. 238.13 (1) (a) or s. 560.13 (1) (a), 2009 stats., after December 31, 2003, and has a name-plate capacity of at least one megawatt, each municipality and county in which such a production plant is located shall receive annually from the public utility account a payment in an amount that is equal to the number of megawatts that represents the production plant's name-plate capacity, multiplied by \$600.
32, s. 2192c Section 2192c. 79.043 (1) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2192g Section 2192g. 79.043 (2) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2192n Section 2192n. 79.043 (3) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2192r Section 2192r. 79.043 (4) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2192w Section 2192w. 79.043 (5) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2193d Section 2193d. 79.043 (6) of the statutes is renumbered 79.035 (3) and amended to read:
79.035 (3) For the distribution in 2011 and subsequent years, each county and municipality shall receive a payment under this section and s. 79.035 that is equal to the amount of the payment determined for the county or municipality under s. 79.02 (4), 2009 stats., in 2010.
32, s. 2195 Section 2195. 79.05 (1) (am) of the statutes is amended to read:
79.05 (1) (am) "Inflation factor" means a percentage equal to the average annual percentage change in the U.S. consumer price index for all urban consumers, U.S. city average, as determined by the U.S. department of labor, for the 12 months ending on September 30 of the year before the statement under s. 79.015, except that the percentage under this paragraph shall not be less than 3 percent zero.
32, s. 2195g Section 2195g. 79.058 of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2195k Section 2195k. 79.06 of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2195L Section 2195L. 79.07 of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2196 Section 2196. 84.01 (6m) (b) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.01 (6m) (b) (intro.) The department, in consultation with the department of commerce Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation, shall do all of the following for each economic development program administered by the department:
32, s. 2197 Section 2197. 84.01 (11m) (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.01 (11m) (title) Economic development assistance coordination and reporting.
32, s. 2198 Section 2198. 84.01 (11m) of the statutes is renumbered 84.01 (11m) (b) and amended to read:
84.01 (11m) (b) Annually, no later than October 1, the department shall submit to the joint legislative audit committee and to the appropriate standing committees of the legislature under s. 13.172 (3) a comprehensive report assessing economic development programs, as defined in sub. (6m) (a), administered by the department. The report shall include all of the information required under s. 560.01 (2) (am) 238.07 (2). The department shall collaborate with the department of commerce Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation to make readily accessible to the public on an Internet-based system the information required under this subsection.
32, s. 2199 Section 2199. 84.01 (11m) (a) of the statutes is created to read:
84.01 (11m) (a) The department shall coordinate any economic development assistance with the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation.
32, s. 2200m Section 2200m. 84.01 (18) of the statutes is created to read:
84.01 (18) Plan for transportation financing for next 10 years. In each even-numbered year, with the information submitted by the department under s. 16.42 (1), the department shall submit a 10-year plan that includes an estimate of total transportation fund revenues, proposed bonding, and estimated debt service for each year of the 10-year period covered by the plan. The plan shall include various scenarios with different levels of transportation spending, from bond or cash sources, and different levels of revenues, with at least one scenario resulting in achieving a stable debt service percentage by the end of the 10-year period. For any scenario resulting in an increasing debt service percentage, the plan shall identify the potential consequences for specific transportation programs of reduced net revenues.
32, s. 2201 Section 2201. 84.01 (33) (c) of the statutes is repealed.
32, s. 2202 Section 2202. 84.013 (1) (a) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.013 (1) (a) (intro.) "Major highway project" means a project, except a project providing an approach to a bridge over a river that forms a boundary of the state, a high-cost state highway bridge project under s. 84.017, or a southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation project under s. 84.014, which megaproject under s. 84.0145, that satisfies any of the following:
1m. The project has a total cost of more than \$5,000,000 \$30,000,000, subject to adjustment under sub. (2m), and which involves any of the following:
32, s. 2203 Section 2203. 84.013 (1) (a) 1. of the statutes is renumbered 84.013 (1) (a) 1m. a.
32, s. 2204 Section 2204. 84.013 (1) (a) 2. (intro.), a. and b. of the statutes are consolidated, renumbered 84.013 (1) (a) 1m. b. and amended to read:
84.013 (1) (a) 1m. b. Reconstructing or reconditioning an existing highway by either of the following: a. Relocating relocating 2.5 miles or more of the existing highway. b. Adding or adding one or more lanes 5 miles or more in length to the existing highway.
32, s. 2205 Section 2205. 84.013 (1) (a) 2m. of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (1) (a) 2m. The project has a total cost of more than \$75,000,000, subject to adjustment under sub. (2m), and is not described in subd. 1m.
32, s. 2206 Section 2206. 84.013 (1) (a) 3. of the statutes is renumbered 84.013 (1) (a) 1m. c.
32, s. 2207 Section 2207. 84.013 (2) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.013 (2) (a) Subject to ss. 84.014 (6) (b), 84.555, and 86.255, major highway projects shall be funded from the appropriations under ss. 20.395 (3) (bq) to (bx) and (ct) and (4) (jq) and 20.866 (2) (ur) to (uum) and (uus).
32, s. 2208 Section 2208. 84.013 (2) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.013 (2) (b) Except as provided in ss. 84.014, 84.017, 84.03 (3), and 84.555, and subject to s. ss. 84.014 (6) (c) and 86.255, reconditioning, reconstruction and resurfacing of highways shall be funded from the appropriations under ss. 20.395 (3) (cq) to (cx) and 20.866 (2) (uur) and (uut).
32, s. 2209 Section 2209. 84.013 (2m) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (2m) The department shall annually adjust the amounts specified in sub. (1) (a) 1m. and 2m. to reflect the annual change in the Wisconsin Department of Transportation Price Index, Yearly Moving Average, as maintained by the department or, if at any time the department no longer maintains this index, another suitable index as determined by the department. Beginning in 2012, prior to October 1 of each year, the department shall compute the annual adjustment required under this subsection and shall publish the new adjusted amount applicable under sub. (1) (a) 1m. and 2m., which amount shall become effective on October 1 of that year. The department may not adjust the amounts specified in sub. (1) (a) 1m. and 2m. to an amount less than that specified in sub. (1) (a) 1m. and 2m.
32, s. 2210 Section 2210. 84.013 (3) (ad) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (3) (ad) Notwithstanding s. 13.489 (4) (c), any project approved by the transportation projects commission under s. 13.489 (4m) (b).
32, s. 2211 Section 2211. 84.013 (3) (bd) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (3) (bd) I 39/90 extending approximately 45 miles from USH 12/18 in Dane County to the Illinois-Wisconsin state line in Rock County.
32, s. 2212 Section 2212. 84.013 (3) (bh) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (3) (bh) STH 38 extending approximately 9 miles from CTH "K" in Racine County to Oakwood Road in Milwaukee County.
32, s. 2213 Section 2213. 84.013 (3) (bp) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (3) (bp) USH 10 and USH 10/STH 441 extending approximately 5 miles from CTH "CB" in Winnebago County to Oneida Street in Calumet County.
32, s. 2214 Section 2214. 84.013 (3) (bt) of the statutes is created to read:
84.013 (3) (bt) STH 15 extending approximately 11 miles from STH 76 to USH 45, near New London, in Outagamie County.
32, s. 2215 Section 2215. 84.013 (4) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.013 (4) (a) Subject to s. 13.489 (1m), in preparation for future major highway projects, the department may perform preliminary engineering and design work and studies for possible major highway projects not listed under sub. (3), but no major highway may be constructed unless the project is listed under sub. (3) or approved under sub. (6).
32, s. 2216 Section 2216. 84.013 (9) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.013 (9) If the department, in consultation with the department of commerce, determines that a business development having a payroll exceeding \$10,000,000 in a calendar year is being located within a 3-mile radius of the intersection of I 90 and Town Line Road in Rock County, the department shall construct an interchange funded from the appropriations under s. 20.395 (3) (cq) to (cx) off of I 90 to Town Line Road.
32, s. 2217 Section 2217. 84.014 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
84.014 (2) Subject to ss. 84.555 and 86.255, any southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation projects, including the Marquette interchange reconstruction project and projects that involve adding one or more lanes 5 miles or more in length to the existing freeway, may be funded only from the appropriations under ss. 20.395 (3) (cr), (ct), (cw), and (cy) and 20.866 (2) (uum) and (uup).
32, s. 2218 Section 2218. 84.014 (6) of the statutes is created to read:
84.014 (6) (a) A southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation project under this section may not simultaneously be considered a southeast Wisconsin freeway megaproject under s. 84.0145.
(b) Notwithstanding sub. (5m), a southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation project under this section may also be considered a major highway project, eligible for funding under s. 84.013 (2) (a), if the project meets the criteria for a major highway project under s. 84.013 (1) (a) and satisfies all applicable requirements under ss. 13.489 and 84.013.
(c) Notwithstanding sub. (5m), a southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation project under this section may also be eligible for funding under s. 84.013 (2) (b) if the project is not considered a southeast Wisconsin freeway megaproject under s. 84.0145 or a major highway project under s. 84.013.
32, s. 2219 Section 2219. 84.0145 of the statutes is created to read:
84.0145 Southeast Wisconsin freeway megaprojects. (1) In this section:
(a) "I 94 north-south corridor" has the meaning given in s. 84.014 (5m) (ag) 1.
(b) "Southeast Wisconsin freeway" has the meaning given in s. 84.014 (1) (e).
(c) "Southeast Wisconsin freeway megaproject" means any project on a southeast Wisconsin freeway having a total cost of more than \$500 million, subject to adjustment under sub. (4).
(d) "Zoo interchange" has the meaning given in s. 84.014 (5m) (ag) 2.