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170.12(6)(e) (e) The procedure and times when the permit holder shall tender to the board, on behalf of the state, amounts due the state for its net share of the value of any logs raised. The amounts due the state for its net share of the value of logs described under par. (dm) shall be separately identified by tribal mark or brand.
170.12(6)(f) (f) Any requirements and conditions necessary to protect public rights in navigable waters.
170.12(6)(g) (g) Any requirements recommended under s. 44.47 (5r) (b) that the board determines should be a condition of the permit.
170.12(7) (7)Permit renewal. If a permit holder wishes to renew a permit issued under this section, the permit holder shall submit a request for renewal, together with a $500 renewal fee, to the board at least 30 days before the expiration date of the permit. The board shall renew the permit for a 5-year period unless the board determines, after notice to the permit holder and an opportunity for the permit holder to be heard, that the permit holder has knowingly or willfully violated the terms, conditions or requirements of the permit; this section; s. 44.47; or rules promulgated under this section or s. 44.47. If the board determines that there are environmental or archaeological facts affecting the location specified in the permit that were unknown at the time that the original permit was granted, the board may attach additional conditions or restrictions to the permit. If the board determines that the permit holder has knowingly or willfully violated the terms, conditions or requirements of the permit or a provision under this section or s. 44.47, the board may deny the renewal or may attach conditions or restrictions to the renewal necessary to ensure compliance with the requirements of the original permit.
170.12(8) (8)Denial of application; restriction, suspension and revocation of permits.
170.12(8)(a)(a) The board may deny an application for an original or renewal permit if the applicant does any of the following:
170.12(8)(a)1. 1. Fails to comply with sub. (3).
170.12(8)(a)2. 2. Violates any of the terms, conditions or requirements of a permit for the previous year.
170.12(8)(b)1.1. The board shall deny an application for a permit renewal if any of the following applies:
170.12(8)(b)1.a. a. The applicant has failed to provide the information required under sub. (3m) (a).
170.12(8)(b)1.b. b. The department of revenue has certified under s. 73.0301 that the applicant is liable for delinquent taxes under s. 73.0301. An applicant whose renewal application is denied under this subd. 1. b. is entitled to a hearing under s. 73.0301 (5) (a) but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8)(b)1.bm. bm. The department of workforce development has certified under s. 108.227 that the applicant is liable for delinquent unemployment insurance contributions under s. 108.227. An applicant whose renewal application is denied under this subd. 1. bm. is entitled to a hearing under s. 108.227 (5) (a) but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8)(b)1.c. c. In the case of a permit holder who is an individual, the applicant fails to provide his or her social security number, fails to comply, after appropriate notice, with a subpoena or warrant that is issued by the department of children and families or a county child support agency under s. 59.53 (5) and that is related to paternity or child support proceedings or the applicant is delinquent in making court-ordered payments of child or family support, maintenance, birth expenses, medical expenses or other expenses related to the support of a child or former spouse, as provided in a memorandum of understanding entered into under s. 49.857. An applicant whose renewal application is denied under this subd. 1. c. is entitled to a notice and hearing under s. 49.857 but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8)(b)2. 2. The board shall restrict or suspend a permit issued under this section if the board finds that, in the case of a permit holder who is an individual, the permit holder fails to comply, after appropriate notice, with a subpoena or warrant that is issued by the department of children and families or a county child support agency under s. 59.53 (5) and that is related to paternity or child support proceedings or the permit holder is delinquent in making court-ordered payments of child or family support, maintenance, birth expenses, medical expenses or other expenses related to the support of a child or former spouse, as provided in a memorandum of understanding entered into under s. 49.857. A permit holder whose permit is restricted or suspended under this subdivision is entitled to a notice and hearing under s. 49.857 but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8)(b)3. 3. The board shall revoke a permit issued under this section if the department of revenue has certified under s. 73.0301 that the permit holder is liable for delinquent taxes under s. 73.0301. A permit holder whose permit is revoked under this subdivision for delinquent taxes is entitled to a hearing under s. 73.0301 (5) (a) but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8)(b)4. 4. The board shall revoke a permit issued under this section if the department of workforce development has certified under s. 108.227 that the permit holder is liable for delinquent unemployment insurance contributions under s. 108.227. A permit holder whose permit is revoked under this subdivision for delinquent unemployment insurance contributions is entitled to a hearing under s. 108.227 (5) (a) but is not entitled to any other hearing under this section.
170.12(8m) (8m)Duties of permit holders.
170.12(8m)(a)(a) A holder of a permit issued under this section shall do all of the following:
170.12(8m)(a)1. 1. At the written request of the historical society, provide directly to the historical society a representative sample of company logging marks by sawing off the ends of the logs bearing the marks and by delivering them to the historical society.
170.12(8m)(a)2. 2. Allow a historical society designee to observe log recovery activities under the permit.
170.12(8m)(b) (b) A person may not do any of the following while engaging in log recovery activities pursuant to a permit issued under this section:
170.12(8m)(b)1. 1. Remove any object, as defined in s. 44.47 (1) (f).
170.12(8m)(b)2. 2. Disturb any discernible archaeological site, as defined in s. 44.47 (1) (b).
170.12(8m)(b)3. 3. Disturb any crib or dock.
170.12(9) (9)Transfer of title. At such times as a permit holder tenders to the board the amounts due under the state's reservation of value, pursuant to the terms and conditions of the permit, title to any logs covered by such tender shall pass to the permit holder.
170.12(9m) (9m)Use of revenue from program. The board shall credit the amounts due the state for its net share of the value of logs described under sub. (6) (dm) to the appropriation account under s. 20.507 (1) (j). For each type of tribal mark or brand, the board shall identify the American Indian tribe or band which made the tribal mark or brand and shall distribute the moneys received for the state's net share of the value of those logs to that American Indian tribe or band.
170.12(10) (10)Forfeitures and remedies.
170.12(10)(a)(a) Any logs subject to this section which are removed in violation of this section, or in violation of a permit issued under this section, shall be returned to the lakebed as directed by the board or shall be confiscated by the board and forfeited to the state.
170.12(10)(b) (b) Any person who removes for commercial gain sunken logs on submerged state lands without a permit issued under this section may be required to forfeit $500 or an amount equal to 2 times the gross value of the removed logs, whichever is greater, plus the reasonably incurred costs of investigation and prosecution.
170.12(10)(c) (c) Any person who intentionally interferes with a log recovery operation for which a permit has been issued under this section is liable to the permit holder for any actual losses resulting from the interference and may be required to forfeit not less than $100 nor more than $500.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 18, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 18, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-18-14)