HS 4.05(2)(b) (b) The society shall arrange for the manufacture and delivery of the marker or plaque to the applicant.
HS 4.05(3) (3)Maintenance of markers and plaques. The applicant for the marker or plaque shall be responsible for the maintenance of the marker or plaque after it has been erected. The society may issue orders to maintain markers and plaques, and the society may maintain markers and plaques.
HS 4.05 Note Note: The marker application form HMP:0001 is available from the State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 816 State St., Madison WI 53706.
HS 4.05 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.06 HS 4.06 Criteria for approval of applications. The officer in consultation with the council shall consider for approval applications for markers and plaques for state and local sites if the applications are complete and documented, if the officer determines that the applicants can fund and maintain the markers or plaques, and if the sites meet any of the following criteria of significance for selection:
HS 4.06(1) (1) Listed in the state register of historic places under s. 44.36, Stats.
HS 4.06(2) (2) Association with events that have made a significant contribution to the broad patterns of history.
HS 4.06(3) (3) Association with the lives of persons no longer living who have made significant contributions to the broad patterns of history and culture.
HS 4.06(4) (4) Embodiment of the distinctive characteristics of a type, style, period or method of construction or architecture, or representation of the work of a master, or that possess high artistic value.
HS 4.06(5) (5) Yielding, or likely to yield, information important in prehistory or history.
HS 4.06(6) (6) Association with ethnic groups who have made distinctive and significant contributions to history.
HS 4.06(7) (7) Embodiment of characteristics of the state representing significant aspects of the physical or natural history of the earth and its life.
HS 4.06(8) (8) Representation of popular stories or myths that, although not verifiable, are significant to history and culture.
HS 4.06 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.07 HS 4.07 Provision of markers and plaques.
HS 4.07(1) (1) The society shall arrange for the manufacture and distribution of markers and plaques.
HS 4.07(2) (2) The society may sell markers and plaques, with funds generated by the sales to be deposited in the markers fund established under s. 20.245 (3) (d), Stats.
HS 4.07 Note Note: 2001 Wis. Act 16 repealed s. 20.245 (3) (d), Stats.
HS 4.07 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.08 HS 4.08 Restrictions on use of markers and plaques.
HS 4.08(1)(1) The markers and plaques developed by the society may not be used to mark sites other than those approved by the society and shall be used subject to any conditions established by the society in consultation with the council.
HS 4.08(2) (2) No marker or plaque may include the personal name of the current owner of the property or the name of any living person.
HS 4.08(3) (3) No person may erect or use a marker or plaque that is identical to or misleadingly resembles the markers and plaques developed by the society.
HS 4.08(4) (4) The officer may require the removal of any marker or plaque that does not meet the requirements of this subsection.
HS 4.08(5) (5) The officer shall notify the department of justice of any violation of s. 44.15 (3) (b), Stats.
HS 4.08 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.09 HS 4.09 Approval of state-funded markers and plaques.
HS 4.09(1)(1) In consultation with the council, the officer may identify and authorize placement of markers and plaques to be funded by state appropriations or other sources of funding. No matching funds are required for a marker or plaque that is funded under this section. Funds may be used for the purchase of markers and plaques to be installed on historical properties and for placement and installation of markers and plaques in other states or countries.
HS 4.09(2) (2) Consideration for state funding of markers and plaques under this section shall be given to:
HS 4.09(2)(a) (a) Manufacture of standardized plaques for properties listed in the state register of historic places.
HS 4.09(2)(b) (b) Purchasing markers and plaques for state-owned properties.
HS 4.09(2)(c) (c) Purchasing markers and plaques for properties owned by local units of government.
HS 4.09(2)(d) (d) Updating, revising or correcting the texts on existing markers and plaques, or replacing damaged markers or plaques.
HS 4.09(2)(e) (e) Expenditures by the officer in consultation with the council to meet special circumstances or needs of the markers program.
HS 4.09(3) (3) If funding to assist marker and plaque applicants with the purchase of markers and plaques is available from the society, the society shall inform persons who apply for markers or plaques of the availability of such funds.
HS 4.09 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.10 HS 4.10 State agencies and state-owned property.
HS 4.10(1)(1) Each board, commission, committee, department, or officer in state government shall cooperate with the society and the council in the placement of markers or plaques on state-owned property, and shall place and maintain such markers or plaques, as supplied by the society, at locations identified by the society. All state departments, independent agencies and institutions are directed to cooperate with the society and the council in administering the markers program. Applicable laws shall be liberally construed in favor of such cooperation.
HS 4.10(2) (2) The officer in consultation with the council may place markers and plaques on state-owned property.
HS 4.10(3) (3) The officer shall notify in writing the director of the state department, independent agency or institution of the decision to place a marker or plaque on the property. The officer shall request the cooperation of the state department, independent agency or institution in the location, installation and maintenance of the marker or plaque.
HS 4.10(4) (4) The director of the state department, independent agency or institution shall reply within 60 days to the officer agreeing to the placement of the marker or plaque and shall enter into an agreement with the officer concerning the location, installation and maintenance of the marker or plaque.
HS 4.10(5) (5) The society shall arrange for the manufacture and delivery of the marker or plaque.
HS 4.10 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
HS 4.11 HS 4.11 Donations and assistance.
HS 4.11(1) (1) The society, on behalf of the council, may accept appropriations, sales proceeds, and gifts and bequests made for the purposes of the markers program and use them as far as practicable in accordance with the wishes of the donor. All money so received shall promptly be paid into the state treasury and be paid out on order of the society.
HS 4.11(2) (2) Proceeds from sales of markers and plaques shall be used to carry out the markers program.
HS 4.11(3) (3) The society and the council may accept the aid, support and cooperation of state, county, city, village, or town agencies, or private agencies or persons in executing projects of the markers program.
HS 4.11 History History: Cr. Register, November, 1993, No. 455, eff. 12-1-93.
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