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103,44 Section 44. 28.11 (6) (b) 4. of the statutes is amended to read:
28.11 (6) (b) 4. Within 90 days after completion of any cutting operation (, including timber trespass), but not more than 2 years after filing the cutting notice, the county shall transmit to the department on forms furnished by the department, a report of merchantable wood products cut. The department may conduct such any investigations on timber cutting operations as that it deems considers to be advisable, including the holding of public hearings thereon on the timber cutting operations, and may assess severance share payments accordingly.
Note: Replaces parentheses and disfavored terminology to improve readability and to conform to current style.
103,45 Section 45. 28.11 (11) (a) of the statutes is renumbered 28.11 (11) (a) 1. and amended to read:
28.11 (11) (a) 1. The county board may by resolution adopted by not less than two-thirds of its membership make application to the department to withdraw lands entered under this section. The county board shall first refer the resolution to the county forestry committee, which shall consult with an authorized representative of the department in formulating its withdrawal proposal. The county board shall not take final action thereon on the application until 90 days after such referral of the application to the forestry committee or until the report thereon of the forestry committee regarding the application has been filed with the board. Such The application shall include the land description and, a statement of the reasons for withdrawal, and any restrictions or other conditions of use attached to the land proposed for withdrawal.
2. Upon the filing of such an application to withdraw lands under subd. 1., the department shall investigate the same and it may conduct a public hearing thereon if it deems it advisable at such time and place as it sees fit. If requested by the county in writing the department shall hold a public hearing the application. During the course of its investigation the department shall make an examination of the character of the land, the volume of timber, improvements, and any other special values and in. In the case of withdrawal for the purpose of sale to any purchaser other than the state or a local unit of government it, the department shall establish a minimum value on the lands to be withdrawn. In making its investigation the department shall give full weight and consideration to the purposes and principles set forth in sub. (1), and it shall also weigh and consider the benefits to the people of the state as a whole, as well as to the county, from the proposed use against the benefits accruing to the people of the state as a whole and to the county under the continued entry of such the lands to be withdrawn. The department may conduct a public hearing on the application, if it considers it advisable, at a time and place that it determines, except that if the county requests a public hearing in writing, the department shall hold a public hearing.
3. If the department finds that the benefits after withdrawal of the lands described in the application under subd. 2. outweigh the benefits under continued entry of the lands and that the lands will be put to a better and higher use, it shall make an order withdrawing such the lands from entry,; otherwise it shall deny the application.
4. If the application is denied, the county board may, by resolution adopted by not less than two-thirds of its membership, appeal to a review committee. The department shall submit the findings of its investigation and of any hearing on a proposed withdrawal to the committee, which shall be composed of one the following members:
a. One member appointed by the county board submitting the application for withdrawal; one.
b. One member who is appointed by the governor, who is from another county which that has land enrolled under the county forest law, this member to be appointed by the governor and to and who shall be chairperson of the review committee; one.
c. One member appointed by the department; one.
d. One member appointed by the University of Wisconsin from the college of agriculture; and a 5th College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
e. One member to be selected by unanimous vote of the appointed members or by the governor, if they the appointed members fail to achieve unanimity. This , by the governor.
5. The review committee appointed under subd. 4. shall, by majority vote shall, within 60 days after receiving the findings of the department, either approve do one of the following:
a. Approve the application for withdrawal if it finds the proposed use to be of a greater benefit considering all losses and benefits to the people of the state as a whole, as well as to the people of the county, or shall provisionally.
b. Provisionally deny the application for withdrawal giving specific reasons why it finds the proposal deficient and making any suggestions for revising the application to reduce the conflict of the proposed use with the public interest.
6. If the committee approves a withdrawal under subd. 5., it shall notify the county board of its approval stating, as necessary, specific procedures to be followed by the county relating to such the withdrawal. The county board may then by a resolution approved by not less than two-thirds of its membership, withdraw the lands from the county forest law and shall send copies of this resolution to the department and to the county register of deeds who shall record the same resolution.
7. If the committee provisionally denies the proposed withdrawal under subd. 5., it may consider an amended application for withdrawal upon presentation of the application and supporting information, or it may require additional investigation of the amended application by the department before reconsidering the application. Any additional investigation shall include additional public hearings if requested by either the county, the department, or by the committee.
Note: Subdivides long provision, inserts specific references and cross-references, replaces disfavored terminology, reorders text, and modifies punctuation to improve readability and to conform to current style. Corrects and capitalizes college title.
103,46 Section 46. 30.207 (6) (intro.) of the statutes is renumbered 30.207 (6) (a).
Note: This provision is not introductory to the existing paragraph (b) that follows it but is separate and distinct and is renumbered accordingly.
103,47 Section 47. 30.90 of the statutes is renumbered 30.90 (1) (a) and amended to read:
30.90 (1) (a) Neither the county or town may provide, nor shall any subdivider be required or permitted to provide, public access to Lake Lions Lake in the town of Alban, Portage County, if such the public access will in any way interfere with the use of the lake as a recreational area for the physically handicapped as long as such use is continued.
(b) The department may stock said lake Lake Lions with fish as long as such use is continued, any provision in ch. 29 to the contrary notwithstanding.
(2) The town board of the town of Alban shall have jurisdiction over Lake Lions, and may enact and enforce such any ordinances necessary to prevent any deterioration of the said waters of Lake Lions or any nuisances which that would adversely affect the health or safety of the people.
Note: Makes lake name consistent and conforms capitalization to current style. Reorganizes text and subdivides provision to improve readability and to conform to current style, including moving text to a new sub. (1) (intro.) created by the next section of this bill.
103,48 Section 48. 30.90 (1) (intro.) of the statutes is created to read:
30.90 (1) (intro.) 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:
Note: See the previous section of this bill.
103,49 Section 49. 33.44 (1) (f) 1. of the statutes is amended to read:
33.44 (1) (f) 1. Except as provided in subds. 2. and 3., one member who is not a supervisor on the county board, who resides outside the city of Madison and whose name is on a list of at least 2 nominees submitted to the county executive by the Dane county towns association County Towns Association.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,50 Section 50. 33.44 (1) (f) 2. of the statutes is amended to read:
33.44 (1) (f) 2. For terms subsequent to the initial term, the person appointed under this paragraph must reside outside the city of Madison and the person's name must be on a list of at least 2 nominees submitted to the county executive by the Dane county towns association County Towns Association. Unless the person has served continuously as the member appointed under this paragraph for all previous terms, including the initial term, the person may not be a supervisor on the county board.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,51 Section 51. 36.25 (3) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (3) (a) The board may establish through the college of agricultural and life sciences College of Agricultural and Life Sciences of the University of Wisconsin-Madison demonstration stations for the purpose of aiding in agricultural development. The location of the stations shall be determined by the board which shall consider the opportunities for agricultural development in various regions of the state.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,52 Section 52. 36.25 (3) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (3) (c) The board shall, under the supervision of the dean of the college of agricultural and life sciences College of Agricultural and Life Sciences of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, foster research and experimentation in the control of bovine brucellosis (,which is also known as Bang's disease), at various points within this state as it deems that the board considers advisable. To facilitate such work the bovine brucellosis research and experimentation, contracts may be entered into with owners of bovine animals of various classes for the supervised control of the animals and for the purchase of animals under conditions to be specified in such contracts which that shall be retained for control purposes. Payment for such animals under the contracts shall be made out of the appropriation in s. 20.285 (1) (a).
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style. Inserts specific references, replaces parentheses, and replaces disfavored terminology to improve readability and to conform to current style.
103,53 Section 53. 36.25 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (4) Dutch elm disease studies. The board shall, through the college of agricultural and life sciences College of Agricultural and Life Sciences of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, authorize laboratory and field studies, research, and experiments to determine the cause and control of Dutch elm disease. The various departments of the state shall cooperate with the university in this program.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,54 Section 54. 36.25 (29m) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (29m) Center for Environmental Education environmental education. (intro.) There is established in the college of natural resources College of Natural Resources at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point a center for environmental education to assist in the development, dissemination, implementation, and evaluation of environmental education programs for elementary and secondary school teachers and pupils. The center shall do all of the following:
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,55 Section 55. 36.25 (29m) (h) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (29m) (h) Assist the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point college of natural resources College of Natural Resources in providing opportunities for teachers to complete advanced training in environmental education through the college's master's degree program.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,56 Section 56. 36.25 (30m) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.25 (30m) Agricultural technology and family farm programs. The board may establish agricultural technology and family farm programs in the college of agriculture and life sciences College of Agricultural and Life Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style and corrects name.
103,57 Section 57. 36.33 (4) of the statutes is amended to read:
36.33 (4) Proceeds. The net proceeds from the sale of agricultural lands and improvements authorized by this section shall be devoted to the purchase of land and construction of improvements contemplated in sub. (1) but of any excess of revenue beyond the amount required for this purpose a sum not to exceed $7,200,000 shall constitute a nonlapsible fund for the purpose of erecting facilities for research and instruction in animal husbandry, agricultural engineering and agriculture agricultural and life sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and such funds shall become available upon consent and recommendation of the board and authorization by the building commission.
Note: Corrects name.
103,58 Section 58. 39.15 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.15 (1) (a) One-third of the members of the board of trustees of the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., shall be nominated by the governor, and, with the advice and consent of the senate, appointed, for staggered 6-year terms expiring on May 1.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,59 Section 59. 39.15 (1) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.15 (1) (b) The medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., shall give first preference in admissions to residents of this state.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,60 Section 60. 39.15 (1) (c) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.15 (1) (c) The medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., shall make every effort to ensure that at least 5% of the total enrollment of the college consists of minority students.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,61 Section 61. 39.15 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.15 (2) The legislative audit bureau shall biennially postaudit expenditures under s. 20.250 so as to assure the propriety of expenditures and compliance with legislative intent. State affirmative action policies, rules, and practices shall be applied to the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., consistent with their application to state agencies.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,62 Section 62. 39.155 (title) and (1) of the statutes are amended to read:
39.155 (title) Medical college College of Wisconsin; state aid policies. (1) Subject to sub. (3), all funds appropriated to the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., under s. 20.250 (1) (a) shall be based on a per capita formula for an amount for each Wisconsin resident enrolled at the college who is paying full tuition. A student's qualification as a resident of this state shall be determined by the higher educational aids board in accordance with s. 36.27, so far as applicable.
Note: Conforms capitalization to that of current style.
103,63 Section 63. 39.155 (2) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.155 (2) On or before January 15 and September 15 of each year, the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., shall submit to the higher educational aids board for its approval a list of the Wisconsin residents enrolled at the college who are paying full tuition. The state shall make semiannual payments to the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., from the appropriation under s. 20.250 (1) (a), upon approval of the list. If the appropriation under s. 20.250 (1) (a) is insufficient to pay the amount specified to be disbursed under s. 20.250 (1) (a), the payments shall be disbursed on a prorated basis for each student entitled to such aid. No more than 8 such payments may be made to the medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., from the appropriation under s. 20.250 (1) (a), for any individual student.
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,64 Section 64. 39.155 (3) of the statutes is amended to read:
39.155 (3) The medical college Medical College of Wisconsin, inc. Inc., may not assess tuition for a Wisconsin resident enrolled at the college in an amount that exceeds the difference between the tuition assessed a nonresident student enrolled at the college and the amount disbursed under s. 20.250 (1) (a) for each Wisconsin resident enrolled at the college. This subsection applies only to students enrolled in the class entering the college in the 1986-87 academic year and thereafter for whom payments are made to the Medical College of Wisconsin, Inc., from the appropriation under s. 20.250 (1) (a).
Note: Conforms capitalization to current style.
103,65 Section 65. 39.16 (intro.) of the statutes is renumbered 39.16 (1).
Note: This provision is not introductory to the existing subsection (2) that follows it but is separate and distinct and is renumbered accordingly.
103,66 Section 66. 40.02 (48) (am) of the statutes is renumbered 40.02 (48) (am) (intro.) and amended to read:
40.02 (48) (am) (intro.) "Protective occupation participant" includes any participant whose name is certified to the fund as provided in s. 40.06 (1) (d) and (dm) and who is a any of the following:
1. A conservation warden,.
2. A conservation patrol boat captain, .
3. A conservation patrol boat engineer, .
4. A conservation pilot,.
5. A conservation patrol officer,.
6. A forest fire control assistant, .
7. A member of the state traffic patrol, .
8. A state motor vehicle inspector, .
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