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Rules published with this register and final regulatory flexibility analyses
The following administrative rule orders have been adopted and published in the August 31, 2001 Wisconsin Administrative Register. Copies of these rules are sent to subscribers of the complete Wisconsin Administrative Code and also to the subscribers of the specific affected Code.
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Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection
(CR 00-149)
An order affecting ch. ATCP 74 relating to fees required of city and county inspection and licensing agents.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
DATCP licenses and inspects retail food establishments under s. 97.30, Stats. Under s. 97.41, Stats., DATCP may enter into an agreement with a city or county, under which the city or county licenses and inspects retail food establishments for DATCP. DATCP monitors and assists the agent city or county. From the license fees that it collects, an agent city or county must pay DATCP an annual fee to cover DATCP's costs.
DATCP, by rule, establishes state license fees for retail food establishments that it licenses directly.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Commerce
(CR 00-132)
An order affecting chs. Comm 2 and 33, relating to tramways, lifts and tows.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
Sections 101.02 (1) and 101.17, Stats., authorize the Department of promulgate rules prescribing minimum installation and operation standards for tramway, lift and tow devices utilized at public buildings and places of employment. The proposed rules of Clearinghouse Rule No. 00-132 are minimum requirements to meet the directives of the Statutes, and any exceptions from compliance for small businesses would be contrary to the Statutory objectives which are the basis for the rules.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Corrections
(CR 01-022)
An order affecting ch. DOC 309, relating to resources for inmates.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The proposed rule is not expected to impact on small businesses as defined in s. 227.114 (1), Stats.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
One written comment was received opposing the rule.
Financial Institutions-Savings Institutions
(CR 01-041)
An order affecting ch. DFI-SB 16, relating to investments in development companies.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
Pursuant to s. 227.19 (3m), Stats., a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Financial Institutions-Savings Institutions
(CR 01-056)
An order affecting ch. DFI-SL 16, relating to investments in development companies.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
Pursuant to s. 227.19 (3m), Stats., a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Health and Family Services
(CR 00-056)
An order affecting ch. HFS 73, relating to criteria for county agency determination under the long-term support community options (COP) and community integration (CIP) programs.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The rules will have no significant economic impact on a substantial number of small businesses as defined in s. 227.114 (1) (b), Stats.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Law Enforcement Standards Board
(CR 99-115)
An order affecting chs. LES 1 and 3, relating to model standards for law enforcement vehicular pursuits and for related training.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
Proposed rules do not impact small businesses as defined in ch. 227, Stats.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Natural Resources
(CR 01-006)
An order affecting chs. NR 10, 12 and 19, relating to hunting, trapping and nuisance wildlife control.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
The rules are applicable to individual sportspersons and impose no compliance or reporting requirements for small businesses. Therefore, a final regulatory flexibility analysis is not required.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
The proposed rules were reviewed by the Assembly Committee on Natural Resources and the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources. On June 21, 2001, the Senate Committee on Environmental Resources held a public hearing. The main focus of the hearing was the provision that would allow the harassment of birds causing damage by landowners in urban areas and golf courses. No modifications were requested as a result of the public hearing.
Natural Resources
(CR 00-160)
An order affecting chs. NR 422 and 484, relating to volatile organic compound emissions and national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants for wood furniture manufacturing.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
In 1998, the Department notified the U.S. EPA that 17 facilities were thought to be major hazardous air pollutant sources subject to the national emission standard for hazardous air pollutants. None of the facilities which notified as an affected major source qualify as a small business. However, the U.S. EPA did comply with the requirements of the federal Regulatory Flexibility Act to assure that small businesses could meet the emission limits for finishing materials and adhesives through the use of compliant materials.
Summary of Comments of Legislative Standing Committees
No comments were reported.
Natural Resources
(CR 00-174)
An order affecting ch. NR 422, relating to reducing ambient ozone concentrations in southeastern Wisconsin by controlling volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
Effective 9-1-01
Final Regulatory Flexibility Analysis
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