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23.15(2) (2) Said natural resources board shall present to the governor a full and complete report of the lands to be sold, the reason for the sale, the price for which said lands should be sold together with an application for the sale of the same. The governor shall thereupon make such investigation as the governor deems necessary respecting said lands to be sold and approve or disapprove such application. If the governor shall approve the same, a permit shall be issued by the governor for such sale on the terms set forth in the application.
23.15(2m) (2m)
23.15(2m)(a)(a) Notwithstanding sub. (1), the natural resources board shall sell, at fair market value, land in the lower Wisconsin state riverway, as defined in s. 30.40 (15), that is not exempt under s. 30.48 (2) and that is acquired by the department after August 9, 1989, if all of the following conditions are met:
23.15(2m)(a)1. 1. The land was acquired for its scenic value to the lower Wisconsin state riverway and not for any other purpose.
23.15(2m)(a)2. 2. The land was not donated to the state.
23.15(2m)(a)3. 3. The sale of the land does not impair the scenic value of the lower Wisconsin state riverway.
23.15(2m)(a)4. 4. The department retains an easement and all other rights that are necessary to preserve the scenic value of the lower Wisconsin state riverway.
23.15(2m)(b) (b) Notwithstanding sub. (1), the natural resources board is not required to make a finding that land to be sold under par. (a) is no longer necessary for the state's use for conservation purposes.
23.15(2m)(c) (c) The procedure in sub. (2) does not apply to sales of land under this subsection.
23.15(3) (3) Upon completion of such sale, the chairperson and secretary of the natural resources board, or the secretary of natural resources, if the secretary is duly authorized by the natural resources board, shall execute such instruments as are necessary to transfer title and the natural resources board or its duly authorized agents shall deliver the same to the purchaser upon payment of the amount set forth in the application.
23.15(4) (4) Said natural resources board effecting the sale of any such lands and structures shall, upon receiving payment therefor, deposit the funds in the conservation fund to be used exclusively for the purpose of purchasing other areas of land for the creating and establishing of public hunting and fishing grounds, wildlife and fish refuges and state parks and for land in the lower Wisconsin state riverway as defined in s. 30.40 (15).
23.15(5) (5)
23.15(5)(a)(a) In this subsection, "surplus land" means land under the jurisdiction of the department which is unused and not needed for department operations or included in the department's plan for construction or development.
23.15(5)(b) (b) Biennially, beginning on January 1, 1984, the department shall submit to the state building commission and the joint committee on finance an inventory of surplus land containing the description, location and fair market value of each parcel.
23.15(6) (6) This section does not apply to property that is authorized to be sold under s. 16.848.
23.15 History History: 1983 a. 27; 1983 a. 423 s. 3; Stats. 1983 s. 23.15; 1989 a. 31; 1991 a. 39, 316; 1993 a. 184; 2003 a. 33; 2005 a. 25; 2007 a. 20.
23.16 23.16 Periodicals.
23.16(1)(1)Publication. The department may produce, issue or reprint magazines or other periodicals on a periodic basis as it determines, pertaining to fish and game, forests, parks, environmental quality and other similar subjects of general information. The department may distribute its magazines and periodicals by subscription. The department shall charge a fee for any of its magazines or periodicals, except that no fee may be charged to a person who is provided a subscription to the Wisconsin Natural Resources Magazine under s. 29.235.
23.16(2) (2)Advertising. The department may advertise and sell advertising space in its magazines and other periodicals. The department may advertise or otherwise publicize its magazines and other periodicals. The advertising and publicizing shall be consistent with the goals, purposes and functions of the department.
23.16(3) (3)Subscriber lists. The department may refuse to reveal names, addresses, and electronic mail addresses of persons on any magazine or periodical subscriber list. The department may charge a fee to recover the actual costs for providing or for the use of any magazine or periodical subscriber list. No person who obtains or uses any magazine or periodical subscriber list from the department may refer to the department, the magazine, or the periodical as the source of names, addresses, or electronic mail addresses unless the person clearly states that the provision of, or permission to use, the subscriber list in no way indicates any of the following:
23.16(3)(a) (a) The department's involvement or connection with the person or the person's activities.
23.16(3)(b) (b) The department's knowledge, approval or authorization of the person's activities.
23.16(4) (4)Costs. Notwithstanding ss. 20.908 and 35.78 (2) the fee charged by the department in selling each of its magazines and periodicals shall be at least equal to the amount necessary to cover the production, storage, handling and distribution costs of each magazine and periodical.
23.16(5) (5)Use of moneys. The department shall use the moneys collected under this section for the costs specified in sub. (4). If the moneys collected under this section exceed the amount necessary for the costs specified in sub. (4), the department shall use the excess for educational and informational activities concerning conservation and the environment.
23.165 23.165 Promotional activities; other publications.
23.165(1)(1)Publications. The department may produce, issue, reprint and sell publications not published on a periodic basis that pertain to fish and game, forests, parks, environmental quality and other similar subjects of general information.
23.165(1m) (1m)Photographs, slides, videotapes, artwork. The department may produce, issue, reprint and sell photographs, slides, videotapes and artwork if they pertain to fish and game, forests, parks, environmental quality and other similar subjects of general information.
23.165(2) (2)Advertising space. The department may advertise and sell advertising space in its publications. Any advertising shall be consistent with the goals, purposes and functions of the department.
23.165(3) (3)Promotional activities. The department may promote, through the sale of merchandise or otherwise, advertise or otherwise publicize department programs, department publications, and all properties, lands, facilities, waterways, projects and other areas subject to the jurisdiction or control of the department. The promotion, advertising and publicizing shall be consistent with the goals, purposes and functions of the department.
23.165(4) (4)Subscriber lists. The department may refuse to reveal names, addresses, and electronic mail addresses of persons on any publication subscriber list. The department may charge a fee to recover the actual costs for providing or for the use of a publication subscriber list. No person who obtains or uses a publication subscriber list from the department may refer to the department or the publication as the source of names, addresses, or electronic mail addresses unless the person clearly states that the provision of, or permission to use, the subscriber list in no way indicates any of the following:
23.165(4)(a) (a) The department's involvement or connection with the person or the person's activities.
23.165(4)(b) (b) The department's knowledge, approval or authorization of the person's activities.
23.165(5) (5)Costs. Notwithstanding ss. 20.908 and 35.78 (2), any price set or fee charged by the department in selling a publication, photograph, slide, videotape, artwork or promotional merchandise shall be at least equal to the amount necessary to cover the production, promotional, storage, handling and distribution costs of the publication, photograph, slide, videotape, artwork or promotional merchandise.
23.165(5m) (5m)Use of moneys. The department shall use the moneys collected under this section for the costs specified in sub. (5). If the moneys collected under this section exceed the amount necessary for the costs specified in sub. (5), the department shall use the excess for educational and informational activities concerning conservation and the environment.
23.165(6) (6)Report to legislature. The department shall annually submit a report concerning the activities, receipts and disbursements under this section for the preceding fiscal year to the chief clerk of each house of the legislature for distribution to the appropriate standing committees under s. 13.172 (3).
23.165 History History: 1989 a. 31; 1991 a. 39; 1999 a. 88; 2007 a. 12.
23.167 23.167 Goals and accountability measures for economic development programs.
23.167(1) (1) In this section, "economic development program" means a program or activity having the primary purpose of encouraging the establishment and growth of business in this state, including the creation and retention of jobs, and that satisfies all of the following:
23.167(1)(a) (a) The program receives funding from the state or federal government that is allocated through an appropriation under ch. 20.
23.167(1)(b) (b) The program provides financial assistance, tax benefits, or direct services to specific industries, businesses, local governments, or organizations.
23.167(2) (2) The department, in consultation with the department of commerce, shall do all of the following for each economic development program administered by the department:
23.167(2)(a) (a) Establish clear and measurable goals for the program that are tied to statutory policy objectives.
23.167(2)(b) (b) Establish at least one quantifiable benchmark for each program goal described in par. (a).
23.167(2)(c) (c) Require that each recipient of a grant or loan under the program submit a report to the department. Each contract with a recipient of a grant or loan under the program shall specify the frequency and format of the report to be submitted to the department and the performance measures to be included in the report.
23.167(2)(d) (d) Establish a method for evaluating the projected results of the program with actual outcomes as determined by evaluating the information described in pars. (a) and (b).
23.167(2)(e) (e) Annually and independently verify, from a sample of grants and loans, the accuracy of the information required to be reported under par. (c).
23.167(2)(f) (f) Establish by rule a requirement that the recipient of a grant or loan under the program of at least $100,000 submit to the department a verified statement signed by both an independent certified public accountant licensed or certified under ch. 442 and the director or principal officer of the recipient to attest to the accuracy of the verified statement, and make available for inspection the documents supporting the verified statement. The department shall include the requirement established by rule under this paragraph in the contract entered into by a grant or loan recipient.
23.167(2)(g) (g) Establish by rule policies and procedures permitting the department to do all of the following if a recipient of a grant or loan or tax benefits under the program submits false or misleading information to the department or fails to comply with the terms of a contract entered into with the department under the program and fails to provide to the satisfaction of the department an explanation for the noncompliance:
23.167(2)(g)1. 1. Recoup payments made to the recipient.
23.167(2)(g)2. 2. Withhold payments to be made to the recipient.
23.167(2)(g)3. 3. Impose a forfeiture on the recipient.
23.167 History History: 2007 a. 125.
23.169 23.169 Economic development assistance reporting. 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 s. 23.167 (1), administered by the department. The report shall include all of the information required under s. 560.01 (2) (am). The department shall collaborate with the department of commerce to make readily accessible to the public on an Internet-based system the information required under this section.
23.169 History History: 2007 a. 125.
23.17 23.17 Ice age trail.
23.17(1)(1)Definition. In this section:
23.17(1)(a) (a) "Municipality" means a city, village, town, county or special purpose district.
23.17(1)(b) (b) "State agency" has the meaning designated under s. 16.01 (1).
23.17(2) (2)Designation. The ice age national scenic trail, as provided for in 16 USC 1244 (a) (10), plus the lands adjacent to each side of that trail designated by the department, is designated a state scenic trail, to be known as the "Ice Age Trail".
23.17(3) (3)Duties of the department. The department shall:
23.17(3)(a) (a) Encourage other state agencies, municipalities, organizations and individuals to participate in planning, establishing, developing and maintaining the ice age trail.
23.17(3)(b) (b) Provide information to any person involved in planning, establishing, developing or maintaining the ice age trail regarding trail design, signs, interpretive markers and any other aspects of the ice age trail in which uniformity is desirable.
23.17(3)(c) (c) Encourage municipalities to develop land use plans which preserve rights-of-way for future establishment of the ice age trail.
23.17(3)(d) (d) Prepare a trail management plan and plan for interpretive markers for the ice age trail, in cooperation with the national park service, federal department of the interior.
23.17(3)(e) (e) Coordinate the activities of all state agencies which own property that includes any existing or planned portion of the ice age trail and maintain regular contact with such agencies.
23.17(3)(f) (f) Identify portions of the ice age trail which are proposed to be located on state-owned property, especially highway rights-of-way, and contact state agencies which own such property as soon as possible so that adequate plans for the location of the trail on state property may be developed and the trail location may be altered if the use of state property proves to be impossible.
23.17(3)(g) (g) Coordinate its planning efforts relating to the location, development and maintenance of the ice age trail with the efforts of the national park service, federal department of the interior and any statewide nonprofit organization established for the purpose of planning, developing and maintaining the ice age trail.
23.17(4) (4)Powers of the department. The department may acquire land for the ice age trail under s. 23.09 (2) (d) 10., and may develop the ice age trail on lands under its ownership along the trail route.
23.17(5) (5)State land.
23.17(5)(a)(a) A state agency may not refuse to permit construction of a portion of the ice age trail on property owned by the state agency if the state agency determines that the trail does not conflict with other existing or proposed uses of the property.
23.17(5)(b) (b) Each state agency shall consider the ice age trail in the long-range plans for property owned by the state agency.
23.17(5g) (5g)Permitted uses. The construction on or use of land designated by the department as part of the ice age trail under this section and s. 23.293 is a permitted use under any zoning ordinance enacted by a municipality.
23.17(5r) (5r)Municipal land. A municipality may not refuse to permit construction of a portion of the ice age trail on property owned by the municipality if the municipality determines that the trail does not conflict with other existing or proposed uses of the property.
23.17(6) (6)Other trails.
23.17(6)(a)(a) This section does not limit the authority of the department to designate other trails under s. 23.115.
23.17(6)(b) (b) This section does not preclude any portion of the ice age trail from being designated as a part of the national trails system.
23.17 History History: 1987 a. 98, 399; 1991 a. 39.
23.175 23.175 State trails.
23.175(1)(1)Definitions. In this section:
23.175(1)(a) (a) "Political subdivision" means a city, village, town or county.
23.175(1)(b) (b) "State agency" means any office, department, agency, institution of higher education, association, society or other body in state government created or authorized to be created by the constitution or any law which is entitled to expend moneys appropriated by law, including any authority created under subch. II of ch. 114 or ch. 231, 233, 234, or 237 but not including the legislature or the courts.
23.175(2) (2)Duties of the department. The department shall:
23.175(2)(a) (a) Designate a system of state trails as part of the state park system for use by equestrians, bicyclists, riders of electric personal assistive mobility devices, cross-country skiers or hikers. The state trail system shall be named the "Aldo Leopold Legacy Trail System."
23.175(2)(b) (b) Encourage other state agencies, political subdivisions, organizations and individuals to participate in planning, establishing, developing and maintaining state trails.
23.175(2)(c) (c) Seek the advice of and consult with the state trails council regarding the planning, acquisition, development and management of state trails.
23.175(2)(d) (d) Provide information to any person involved in planning, establishing, developing or maintaining state trails regarding trail design, signs and any other aspects of the trails in which uniformity is desirable.
23.175(2)(e) (e) Encourage political subdivisions to develop land use plans that preserve rights-of-way for the future establishment of trails.
23.175(2)(f) (f) Prepare a trail management plan.
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