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30.79(5) (5)Payment of aids. On or before January 31 of the year following the year in which a local governmental unit operated a water safety patrol unit, it shall file with the department on the forms prescribed by it a detailed statement of the costs incurred by the local governmental unit in the operation of the water safety patrol unit during the past calendar year and of the receipts resulting from fines or forfeitures imposed upon persons convicted of violations of ordinances enacted under s. 30.77. The department shall audit the statement and determine the net costs that are directly attributable to the operation and maintenance of the water safety patrol unit, including a reasonable amount for depreciation of equipment. In calculating the net costs, the department shall deduct any fines or forfeitures imposed on persons convicted of violations of ordinances under s. 30.77 and any costs that do not comply with the rules promulgated under sub. (2m). The department shall compute the state aids on the basis of 75% of these net costs and shall cause the aids to be paid on or before April 1 of the year in which the statements are filed. If the state aids payable to local governmental units exceed the moneys available for such purpose, the department shall prorate the payments. No local governmental unit may receive state aid amounting to more than 20% of the funds available.
30.79 History History: 1973 c. 302; 1977 c. 29, 274; 1989 a. 31, 159, 359; 1995 a. 349.
30.79 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also ch. NR 50, Wis. adm. code.
30.79 Annotation Water patrol officers in a county patrol have sheriff's powers when directly enforcing ss. 30.50 to 30.80. Deputization of such officers by the sheriff is not necessary but desirable. 65 Atty. Gen. 169.
30.80 30.80 Penalties.
30.80(1)(1) Any person violating any provision of ss. 30.50 to 30.80 for which a penalty is not provided under subs. (2) to (6) shall forfeit not more than $50 for the first offense and shall forfeit not more than $100 upon conviction of the same offense a 2nd or subsequent time within one year.
30.80(2) (2) Any person violating s. 30.68 (2) shall be fined not more than $200 or imprisoned for not more than 6 months or both.
30.80(2g) (2g) Any person violating any provision of s. 30.67 (1):
30.80(2g)(a) (a) Shall be fined not less than $300 nor more than $1,000 or imprisoned not more than 6 months or both if the accident did not involve death or injury to a person.
30.80(2g)(b) (b) Shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than 9 months or both if the accident involved injury to a person but the person did not suffer great bodily harm.
30.80(2g)(c) (c) Is guilty of a Class I felony if the accident involved injury to a person and the person suffered great bodily harm.
30.80(2g)(d) (d) Is guilty of a Class H felony if the accident involved death to a person.
30.80(2m) (2m) Any person violating s. 30.678 or 30.68 shall be required to obtain a certificate of satisfactory completion of a safety course under s. 30.74 (1). If the person has a valid certificate at the time that the court imposes sentence under sub. (1) or (2), the court shall permanently revoke the certificate and order the person to obtain a certificate of satisfactory completion of a safety course under s. 30.74 (1).
30.80(2r) (2r) Any person violating s. 30.67 (2) shall forfeit not more than $200.
30.80(3) (3) Any person violating s. 30.71 or any rule promulgated under that section shall forfeit not more than $100 for the first offense and shall forfeit not more than $200 upon conviction of the same offense a 2nd or subsequent time within one year.
30.80(3m) (3m) Any person violating s. 30.547 (1), (3) or (4) is guilty of a Class H felony.
30.80(4) (4) Any person violating any provision of s. 30.72 or the rules promulgated under s. 30.72 shall forfeit not more than $100 for the first offense and shall forfeit not more than $200 upon conviction of the same offense a 2nd or subsequent time within one year.
30.80(5) (5) Any person violating s. 30.68 (8m) shall forfeit not more than $100. Each day during which such violation exists constitutes a separate offense.
30.80(5m) (5m) Any person violating any provision of s. 30.07 (2) or (6) shall forfeit not more than $500 for the first offense and shall forfeit not more than $2,000 upon conviction of the same offense a 2nd or subsequent time within 3 years.
30.80(6) (6)
30.80(6)(a)(a) Penalties related to prohibited operation of a motorboat; intoxicants; refusal.
30.80(6)(a)1.1. Except as provided under subds. 2. to 5., a person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b), a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b) or the refusal law shall forfeit not less than $150 nor more than $300.
30.80(6)(a)2. 2. A person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b), a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b) or the refusal law and who, within 5 years prior to the arrest for the current violation, was convicted one time previously under the intoxicated boating law or the refusal law shall be fined not less than $300 nor more than $1,000 and shall be imprisoned for not less than 5 days nor more than 6 months.
30.80(6)(a)3. 3. A person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b), a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b) or the refusal law and who, within 5 years prior to the arrest for the current violation, was convicted 2 times previously under the intoxicated boating law or refusal law shall be fined not less than $600 nor more than $2,000 and shall be imprisoned for not less than 30 days nor more than one year in the county jail.
30.80(6)(a)4. 4. A person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b), a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b) or the refusal law and who, within 5 years prior to the arrest for the current violation, was convicted 3 times previously under the intoxicated boating law or refusal law shall be fined not less than $600 nor more than $2,000 and shall be imprisoned for not less than 60 days nor more than one year in the county jail.
30.80(6)(a)5. 5. A person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b), a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (a) or (b) or the refusal law and who, within 5 years prior to the arrest for the current violation, was convicted 4 or more times previously under the intoxicated boating law or refusal law shall be fined not less than $600 nor more than $2,000 and shall be imprisoned for not less than 6 months nor more than one year in the county jail.
30.80(6)(a)6. 6. A person who violates s. 30.681 (1) (bn) or a local ordinance in conformity with s. 30.681 (1) (bn) shall forfeit $50.
30.80(6)(b) (b) Penalties related to causing injury; intoxicants. A person who violates s. 30.681 (2) shall be fined not less than $300 nor more than $2,000 and may be imprisoned not less than 30 days nor more than one year in the county jail.
30.80(6)(c) (c) Calculation of previous convictions. In determining the number of previous convictions under par. (a) 2.to 5., convictions arising out of the same incident or occurrence shall be counted as one previous conviction.
30.80(6)(d) (d) Alcohol, controlled substances or controlled substance analogs; examination. In addition to any other penalty or order, a person who violates s. 30.681 (1) or (2) or 30.684 (5) or who violates s. 940.09 or 940.25 if the violation involves the operation of a motorboat, shall be ordered by the court to submit to and comply with an assessment by an approved public treatment facility for an examination of the person's use of alcohol, controlled substances or controlled substance analogs. Intentional failure to comply with an assessment ordered under this paragraph constitutes contempt of court, punishable under ch. 785.
30.80(6)(e) (e) Certificate of satisfactory completion of safety course. In addition to any other penalty or order, a person who violates s. 30.681 (1) or (2) or 30.684 (5) or who violates s. 940.09 or 940.25 if the violation involves the operation of a motorboat, shall be ordered by the court to obtain a certificate of satisfactory completion of a safety course under s. 30.74 (1). If the person has a valid certificate at the time that the court imposes sentence, the court shall permanently revoke the certificate and order the person to obtain a certificate of satisfactory completion of a safety course under s. 30.74 (1).
30.81 30.81 Local regulations on icebound inland waters.
30.81(1)(1) Town, village and city ordinances. Any town, village or city, in the interest of public health or safety, may enact ordinances that are not inconsistent with this chapter, relative to the use or operation of boats and other craft, including snowmobiles and other motor vehicles, on icebound inland lakes, but an ordinance is not valid unless each town, village and city having jurisdiction over any portion of the lake has enacted an identical ordinance. When the identical ordinances have been enacted, the ordinance of any individual town, village or city is in effect on the entire lake.
30.81(1m) (1m)Lake district ordinances.
30.81(1m)(a)(a) A public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district, in the interest of public health or safety, may enact and enforce ordinances applicable to a lake entirely within its boundaries if each town, village and city having jurisdiction on the lake adopts a resolution authorizing the lake district to do so.
30.81(1m)(b) (b) An ordinance enacted under par. (a) must be consistent with this chapter and must relate to the use or operation of boats and other craft, including snowmobiles and other motor vehicles, on icebound inland lakes.
30.81(1m)(c) (c) If a public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district enacts an ordinance under this subsection, the district ordinance supersedes all conflicting provisions of a town, village or city ordinance enacted under sub. (1) that are applicable to the lake.
30.81(1m)(d) (d) If a town, village or city having jurisdiction on the lake rescinds the resolution authorizing the public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district to enact and enforce ordinances under this paragraph, the lake district ordinances are void.
30.81(2) (2)County ordinances. Any county, in the interest of public health or safety, may enact ordinances not inconsistent with this chapter, relative to the use or operation of boats and other craft, including snowmobiles and other motor vehicles, on any of the icebound inland waters over which it has jurisdiction, except inland icebound lakes that are regulated by valid local ordinances enacted pursuant to sub. (1) or (1m).
30.81(3) (3)Liability of local government. All traffic on icebound, inland waters shall be at the risk of the traveler. An ordinance by any municipality or any public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district that is enacted under this section permitting traffic on icebound inland waters shall not render the municipality or lake district enacting the ordinance liable for any accident to those engaged in permitted traffic while the ordinance is in effect.
30.81(4) (4)Enforcement. A law enforcement officer of a town, village or city that is subject to an ordinance enacted under sub. (1) or (1m) has the powers of sheriff in enforcing the ordinance on any portion of the lake, whether or not that portion of the lake is within the jurisdiction of the town, village or city for other purposes.
30.81 History History: 1989 a. 159; 1993 a. 167.
30.90 30.90 Public access to Lake Lions.
30.90(1) (1) As long as Lake Lions in the town of Alban, Portage County, continues to be used as a recreational area for the physically handicapped, all of the following shall apply:
30.90(1)(a) (a) Neither the county or town may provide, nor shall any subdivider be required or permitted to provide, public access to Lake Lions, if the public access will in any way interfere with the use of the lake as a recreational area for the physically handicapped.
30.90(1)(b) (b) The department may stock Lake Lions with fish, any provision in ch. 29 to the contrary notwithstanding.
30.90(2) (2) The town board of the town of Alban shall have jurisdiction over Lake Lions and may enact and enforce any ordinances necessary to prevent any deterioration of the waters of Lake Lions or any nuisances that would adversely affect the health or safety of the people.
30.90 History History: 2001 a. 103.
30.92 30.92 Recreational boating projects.
30.92(1) (1) Definitions. In this section:
30.92(1)(a) (a) "Commission" means the Wisconsin waterways commission established under s. 15.345 (1).
30.92(1)(b) (b) "Governmental unit" means the department, a municipality, a lake sanitary district, a public inland lake protection and rehabilitation district organized under ch. 33, the Milwaukee River revitalization council, the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway board, or any other local governmental unit, as defined in s. 66.0131 (1) (a), that is established for the purpose of lake management.
30.92(1)(bg) (bg) "Great Lakes" means Lake Superior and Lake Michigan and includes Chequamegon Bay and Green Bay.
30.92(1)(bk) (bk) "Inland lake" means an inland water that is a lake.
30.92(1)(bn) (bn) "Inland water" has the meaning given in s. 29.001 (45).
30.92(1)(br) (br) "Qualified lake association" means an association that meets the qualifications under s. 281.68 (3m) (a).
30.92(1)(c) (c) "Recreational boating facilities" means places where the public has access to the water by means of breakwaters and other similar physical structures, either naturally or artificially constructed, that provide safety and convenience for operators of recreational boats. "Recreational boating facilities" includes harbors of refuge, public accesses, launching ramps and locks and facilities that provide access between waterways for operators of recreational boats.
30.92(2) (2)Studies.
30.92(2)(a)(a) The commission may cause to be conducted appropriate studies, including feasibility studies, and inventories to aid in assessing the need for recreational boating projects.
30.92(2)(b) (b) Feasibility studies shall be used to determine whether the construction of recreational boating facilities is feasible from environmental, economic and engineering viewpoints. The commission may conduct feasibility studies or cooperate with other state agencies in conducting feasibility studies. Feasibility studies conducted by state agencies or private persons shall be reviewed by the commission to ensure that appropriate data have been collected and analyzed in detail to substantiate the recommendations made in the feasibility study.
30.92(2)(c) (c) Feasibility studies may be conducted upon the request of the affected governmental unit or qualified lake association. Feasibility studies shall be of sufficient detail to allow affected governmental units or qualified lake associations to decide if a recreational boating facility construction project should be supported.
30.92(2)(d) (d) The following factors shall be considered by the commission in assigning priorities for feasibility studies:
30.92(2)(d)1. 1. Estimated cost of the study.
30.92(2)(d)2. 2. Available funds.
30.92(2)(d)3. 3. Expression of support by the governmental unit or qualified lake association.
30.92(2)(d)4. 4. For a recreational boating facility, the distance of the site of the proposed facility from other recreational boating facilities.
30.92(2)(d)5. 5. Work previously completed.
30.92(2)(e) (e) A decision by a governmental unit or a qualified lake association to support a recreational boating project feasibility study shall be made by a resolution indicating support for a more detailed inquiry into the engineering, environmental and economic feasibility of a project. Support of a recreational boating project feasibility study does not commit the affected governmental unit or qualified lake association to cost-sharing in the project.
30.92(3) (3)Project priority list.
30.92(3)(a)(a) Only those proposed recreational boating projects found to be feasible and supported by the affected governmental unit or qualified lake association and approved by the commission shall be placed on a priority list by the commission. The department shall maintain the list of priority projects. Annually, the department shall inform all affected governmental units, except itself, and all qualified lake associations of their positions on the priority list.
30.92(3)(b) (b) The following factors shall be considered in establishing priorities for projects:
30.92(3)(b)1. 1. For a recreational boating facility, the distance of the site of the proposed facility from other recreational boating facilities.
30.92(3)(b)2. 2. Demand for safe recreational boating facilities.
30.92(3)(b)3. 3. Expression of support by the governmental unit or qualified lake association.
30.92(3)(b)4. 4. Existing recreational boating projects.
30.92(3)(b)5. 5. Projects underway.
30.92(3)(b)6. 6. Commitment of funds.
30.92(3)(b)7. 7. Location of the proposed project within the region identified in s. 25.29 (7) (a).
30.92(4) (4)Aids.
30.92(4)(a)(a) The department shall develop and administer, with the approval of the commission, a financial assistance program for governmental units, including itself, and qualified lake associations for the construction and rehabilitation of capital improvements related to recreational boating facilities, for the improvement of locks and facilities which provide access between waterways and for the projects specified in par. (b) 8. No financial assistance under this section may be provided to the department other than for projects for access to inland lakes without a public access facility.
30.92(4)(b) (b) The following standards shall apply to the state funding of all recreational boating projects:
30.92(4)(b)1. 1. To the greatest extent possible, state funds shall be used to match other funding sources. Other funding sources may include, but are not limited to, the federal land and water conservation fund, the U.S. army corps of engineers, U.S. economic development administration, general revenue sharing, gifts, grants and contributions and user fees.
30.92(4)(b)2.a.a. The department may cost-share, with the approval of the commission, with a qualified lake association or an affected governmental unit, including itself, at a rate of up to 50% of any construction, acquisition, rehabilitation, feasibility study or other project costs or any combination of these costs, for the recreational boating project if the costs are the type that qualify for funding under this section.
30.92(4)(b)2.b. b. The department, with the approval of the commission, may increase the maximum cost-share rate under subd. 2. a. from 50% to 80% if the commission determines that the recreational boating project is a project of statewide or regional significance.
30.92(4)(b)2.c. c. The department may pay, with the approval of the commission, an additional 10% of the costs of a construction project if the municipality conducts a boating safety enforcement and education program approved by the department.
30.92(4)(b)2m. 2m. The qualified lake association or governmental unit that cost-shares under subd. 2. may make its contribution in matching funds or in-kind contributions or both.
30.92(4)(b)3. 3. No more than 10% of the state funds available for recreational boating aids under this section may be expended for feasibility studies in one year. No more than 1% of the state funds available for recreational boating aids under this section may be expended for any one feasibility study in one year.
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2011-12 Wisconsin Statutes updated though 2013 Wis. Act 200 and all Supreme Court Orders entered before April 11, 2014. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after April 11, 2014 are designated by NOTES. (Published 4-11-14)