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117.105(3) (3)Referendum.
117.105(3)(a)(a) A referendum shall be held under par. (b) if any of the following occurs:
117.105(3)(a)1. 1. The school boards of all of the affected school districts grant the proposed reorganization and there is no petition filed for board review.
117.105(3)(a)2. 2. The school boards of all of the affected school districts grant the proposed reorganization, a petition for board review is filed and the board grants the proposed reorganization.
117.105(3)(a)3. 3. The school board of one or more of the affected school districts denies the proposed reorganization, a petition for board review is filed and the board grants the proposed reorganization.
117.105(3)(b) (b) If a referendum is required under par. (a), the board shall immediately notify the school boards of each of the affected school districts and the clerk of each city, village or town, any part of which is contained within an affected school district. The referendum shall be held in the territory of the school district proposed to be created by the reorganization.
117.105(3)(c) (c) In addition to the referendum under par. (a) 3., a referendum shall be held under par. (d) if par. (a) 3. applies and a petition conforming to the requirements of s. 8.40 requesting a referendum, signed by at least 20% of the number of electors residing in the territory of the affected school districts, is filed with the clerk of the affected school district with the largest equalized valuation before the 2nd Tuesday of September following issuance of the board's order under sub. (2m) (c).
117.105(3)(d) (d) If a referendum is required under par. (c), the school district clerk receiving the petition shall immediately notify the school boards of each of the affected school districts and the clerk of each city, village or town, any part of which is contained within an affected school district. The referendum shall be held in the territory of the affected school districts as provided under s. 117.20.
117.105(4) (4)Order of reorganization if approved at referendum. If a majority of the votes cast in the referendum held under sub. (3) (b) in the territory of the school district proposed to be created by the reorganization is in favor of the creation of the proposed school district, and a majority of the votes cast in the referendum held under sub. (3) (d) in the territory of the affected school districts is in favor of the creation of the proposed school district, at the time of canvassing the returns the school boards of the affected school districts shall make and file an order of school district reorganization under s. 117.17 (2). The reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1 unless the school board of the newly created school district adopts and files a resolution, as provided in s. 117.17 (2), stating that the reorganization shall take effect on the 2nd July 1 following the order of reorganization.
117.105(5) (5)Applicability. This section does not apply to a reorganization that would result in the creation of a school district that has the same boundaries that an existing school district would have if territory were detached from one or more other school districts and attached to the existing school district under s. 117.12, 117.13 or 117.132 unless the existing school district operates only elementary grades.
117.105(6) (6)Limitation on further reorganization. No school district created by a reorganization under this section may consolidate with another school district under s. 117.08 or 117.09, or have all of its territory attached to another school district under s. 117.10, 117.11 or 117.132, within 10 years after the effective date of the reorganization under this section. This subsection does not apply if the school district was created by detaching territory from a single school district, and the consolidation under s. 117.08 or 117.09 or the attachment under s. 117.10, 117.11 or 117.132 will consolidate the school district with, or reattach its territory to, the school district from which its territory was detached by the reorganization which created the school district.
117.105 History History: 1997 a. 286; 2001 a. 30.
117.11 117.11 Detachment and attachment of large territory.
117.11(1)(1) Application. This section applies to the detachment of territory from one school district and its attachment to an adjoining school district if one of the following applies:
117.11(1)(a) (a) The assessed value of the territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, is equal to or greater than 7% of the equalized valuation of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached.
117.11(1)(b) (b) Seven percent or more of the enrollment of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached resides in the territory proposed to be detached from that school district.
117.11(2) (2)Initiation of procedures. A majority of the electors residing in territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, or owners of more than 50% of the territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, as measured by its assessed valuation divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, may file a written petition with the clerk of the school district in which the territory is located requesting the detachment of the territory from that school district and its attachment to an adjoining school district. The petition shall include a description of the territory sufficiently accurate to determine its location in the school district in which it is located, as certified by the clerk of each city, town or village within which all or part of the territory is located, and the number of pupils residing in that territory who, on the most recent of the preceding 3rd Friday of September or 2nd Friday of January, were enrolled in the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, as certified by the clerk of that school district. Upon receipt of the petition, the school district clerk shall send a certified notice of the petition to the school board of the school district to which the territory is proposed to be attached and to the secretary of the board.
117.11(3) (3)School board action. In the first July beginning after receipt of a petition under sub. (2), the school boards of the affected school districts may order the territory detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to the adjoining school district by the adoption, by each of those school boards, of a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment. Failure of a school board to adopt a resolution either ordering or denying the detachment and attachment before August 1 constitutes a denial of the reorganization by that school board. The school district clerk of each school board that adopts a resolution ordering or denying the reorganization under this subsection shall, within 5 days after the adoption of the resolution, send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the other affected school district and file a certified copy of the resolution as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the school board of each affected school district adopts a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment, the reorganization shall take effect on the July 1 following the adoption of the resolutions, unless a referendum is required under sub. (4).
117.11(4) (4)Referendum.
117.11(4)(a)(a) A referendum on the proposed reorganization shall be held if one of the following occurs before the 2nd Tuesday of September following the adoption of a resolution under sub. (3):
117.11(4)(a)1. 1. The school board of either affected school district directs the holding of a referendum.
117.11(4)(a)2. 2. A petition conforming to the requirements of s. 8.40 requesting a referendum, signed by at least 10% of the electors who reside in either affected school district, is filed with the clerk of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached. The validity of the petition shall be governed by the rules promulgated under s. 8.40 (3).
117.11(4)(b) (b) If a referendum is directed or a petition requesting a referendum is filed under par. (a), the school district clerk of the school board adopting the resolution or the school district clerk receiving the petition shall immediately notify the school board of the other affected school district, the secretary of the board and the clerk of each city, village or town, any part of which is contained within an affected school district. The referendum shall be held in the affected school districts as provided under s. 117.20. Votes shall be counted separately for each affected school district.
117.11(5) (5)Referendum results. If a majority of the votes cast in each affected school district is in favor of the reorganization, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1. At the time of canvassing the returns, the school boards of the affected school districts shall make and file an order of school district reorganization under s. 117.17 (2).
117.11 History History: 1989 a. 114, 192.
117.12 117.12 Detachment and attachment of small territory initiated by owner.
117.12(1)(1) Application. This section applies to the detachment of territory from one school district and its attachment to an adjoining school district if all of the following apply:
117.12(1)(a) (a) The assessed value of the territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, is less than 7% of the equalized valuation of the school district from which it is proposed to be detached.
117.12(1)(b) (b) Less than 7% of the enrollment of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached resides in the territory proposed to be detached from that school district.
117.12(2) (2)Petition. A majority of the electors residing in the territory described under sub. (1) or owners of 50% or more of that territory may file a written petition with the clerk of the school district in which the territory is located requesting the detachment of the territory from that school district and its attachment to an adjoining school district. The petition shall include a description of the territory sufficiently accurate to determine its location in the school district in which it is located, as certified by the clerk of each city, town or village within which all or part of the territory is located, and the number of pupils residing in that territory who, on the most recent of the preceding 3rd Friday of September or 2nd Friday of January, were enrolled in the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, as certified by the clerk of that school district. Upon receipt of the petition, the school district clerk shall send a certified copy of the petition to the school board of the school district to which the territory is proposed to be attached and to the secretary of the board.
117.12(3) (3)School board action. In the first February beginning after receipt of a petition under sub. (2), the school boards of the affected school districts may order the territory detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to the adjoining school district by the adoption, by each of those school boards, of a resolution ordering the reorganization. Before adopting a resolution under this subsection that grants or denies the reorganization, each school board shall give the electors and owners who signed the petition under sub. (2) an opportunity to meet with the school board to present their reasons for the proposed reorganization. Failure of a school board to adopt a resolution before March 1 either ordering or denying the reorganization constitutes a denial of the reorganization by the school board. The school district clerk of each school board adopting a resolution under this subsection that orders or denies a reorganization shall, within 5 days after the adoption of the resolution, send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the other affected school district and file a certified copy of the resolution as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the school board of each affected school district adopts a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.12(4) (4)Appeal to panel. If the detachment and attachment of territory is denied by either school board under sub. (3), a majority of the electors residing in the territory or the owners of 50% or more of the territory may appeal the denial to an appeal panel by filing notice of appeal with the secretary of the board before the March 15 following the denial. The secretary of the board shall send a copy of the notice of appeal to the school board of each affected school district. Except as provided under sub. (5), the appeal panel shall issue an order either affirming the school board's denial of the proposed reorganization or ordering all or any part of the territory described in the petition under sub. (2) detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to the adjoining school district. The order shall be issued before the June 15 following the filing of the notice of appeal. The order shall be in writing, shall include a statement of reasons for the order and shall be filed as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the appeal panel orders territory detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.12(5) (5)Board review.
117.12(5)(a)(a) If more than one appeal to detach territory from a single school district is filed under sub. (4) before March 15 and any of the following applies, the board shall review all of those appeals:
117.12(5)(a)1. 1. The total assessed valuation of the territory proposed to be detached under the appeals, divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, is equal to or greater than 7% of the equalized valuation of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached.
117.12(5)(a)2. 2. The total number of pupils residing in the territory proposed to be detached under the appeals who, on the most recent of the preceding 3rd Friday of September or 2nd Friday of January, were enrolled in the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached is equal to or greater than 7% of that school district's enrollment.
117.12(5)(am) (am) In addition to reviewing appeals described under par. (a), the board shall review an appeal if any of the following applies:
117.12(5)(am)1. 1. The assessed valuation of the territory proposed to be detached under the appeal, divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, when added to the total assessed valuation of all territory detached from that school district in the 2 years preceding the date on which the petition was filed under sub. (2), divided by the appropriate assessment ratios, is equal to or greater than 2% of the school district's equalized valuation.
117.12(5)(am)2. 2. The number of pupils residing in the territory proposed to be detached under the appeal who are included in the enrollment of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, when added to the number of pupils who resided in territory detached from that school district, and were included in previous enrollments of that school district, in the 2 years preceding the date on which the petition was filed under sub. (2), constitute 2% or more of the school district's enrollment.
117.12(5)(b) (b) The secretary of the board shall notify the school board of each affected school district and each owner or elector who signed the notice of appeal under sub. (4) that the appeal or appeals will be reviewed by the board under this subsection rather than by an appeal panel under sub. (4). The board shall issue an order either affirming the school boards' denial of all or any of the proposed reorganizations under par. (a) or the proposed reorganization under par. (am) or ordering all or any part of the territory described in all or any of the petitions under sub. (2) or included in the appeal filed under par. (am) detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to an adjoining school district. In addition to the criteria under s. 117.15, in making its decision the board also shall consider the effect that the proposed detachments under par. (a), taken as a whole, will have on the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, or the cumulative effect on that school district of the proposed detachment under par. (am). The board's order shall be issued before the June 15 following the filing of the notice of appeal. The order shall be in writing, shall include a statement of reasons for the order and shall be filed as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the board orders territory detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.12 History History: 1989 a. 114, 287.
117.12 Annotation Sub. (1) allows the detachment of "island" parcels from school districts that adjoin. A detached parcel need not adjoin the school district to which it is attached. Stockbridge School Dist. v. DPI, 202 Wis. 2d 214, 550 N.W.2d 96 (1996), 94-1867.
117.13 117.13 Detachment and attachment of small territory initiated by school boards.
117.13(1) (1) Application. This section applies to the detachment of territory from one school district and its attachment to an adjoining school district if all of the following apply:
117.13(1)(a) (a) The assessed value of the territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, is less than 7% of the equalized valuation of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached.
117.13(1)(b) (b) Less than 7% of the enrollment of the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached resides in the territory proposed to be detached from that school district.
117.13(2) (2)School board action. The school boards of 2 adjoining school districts may order territory detached from one of the school districts and attached to the other school district by the adoption, by each of the school boards, of a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment. The resolution shall include a description of the territory sufficiently accurate to determine its location in the school district in which it is located, as certified by the clerk of each city, village or town within which all or any part of the territory is located, and the number of pupils residing in that territory who, on the most recent of the preceding 3rd Friday of September or 2nd Friday of January, were enrolled in the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, as certified by the clerk of that school district. Prior to adopting a resolution under this subsection, the school board of each affected school district shall give the electors residing in and the owners of the territory notice of the proposed reorganization and an opportunity to meet with the school board to present reasons for or against the proposed reorganization. The school district clerk of each school board that adopts a resolution under this subsection shall, within 5 days after adopting the resolution, send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the other affected school district and file a certified copy of the resolution as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the school board of each of the affected school districts adopts a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment, the reorganization shall take effect on the first July 1 after the March 1 following the adoption of the resolutions, unless an appeal is filed under sub. (3).
117.13(3) (3)Appeal to panel. A majority of the electors residing in or the owners of 50% or more of the territory detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district under sub. (2) may appeal the reorganization to an appeal panel by filing notice of appeal with the secretary of the board before the first March 15 following the adoption of the resolution under sub. (2). The secretary of the board shall send a copy of the notice of appeal to the school board of each affected school district. If an appeal is filed under this subsection, the appeal panel shall issue an order detaching all or any part of the territory described in the resolution adopted under sub. (2) from the school district in which it is located and attaching it to the adjoining school district, or denying the reorganization. The order shall be issued before the June 15 following the filing of the notice of appeal. The order shall be in writing, shall include a statement of reasons for the order and shall be filed as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the appeal panel affirms the school boards' order, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.13 History History: 1989 a. 114.
117.132 117.132 Territory annexed to certain municipalities.
117.132(1)(1) Application. This section applies to the proposed attachment to a school district of territory that is located wholly in a county with a population of more than 325,000 and less than 500,000.
117.132(1m) (1m)Definitions. In this section:
117.132(1m)(a) (a) "Annexed" means annexed or attached under s. 66.0217, 66.0219, 66.0221, 66.0223, 66.0225, 66.0227, 66.0301 (6), or 66.0307.
117.132(1m)(b) (b) "Less than 50% of the land in the annexed territory is developed" means that on the date of annexation, less than 50% of the land in the annexed territory, as measured by geographic area, is occupied by permanent improvements, including buildings, streets, sidewalks, parking lots, driveways, sewers or utilities, or is incidental to such improvements.
117.132(1m)(c) (c) "Municipality" means any city or village any portion of which is located in a county that has a population of more than 325,000 and less than 500,000.
117.132(1m)(d) (d) "Municipal school district" means a school district whose territory includes more than 50% of the territory of a municipality, as measured by geographic area.
117.132(2) (2)Initiation of procedures.
117.132(2)(a)(a) If territory is annexed to a municipality, the territory is not included in the municipal school district and less than 50% of the land in the annexed territory is developed, the school board of the municipal school district may adopt a resolution requesting the school board of the school district in which the annexed territory is located to meet with it to discuss the detachment of the annexed territory from the school district in which it is located and its attachment to the municipal school district. The resolution shall include a description of the territory sufficiently accurate to determine its location in the school district in which it is located, as certified by the clerk of the annexing municipality. The clerk of the municipal school district shall send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the school district in which the annexed territory is located, to all owners of territory located in the annexed territory and to the secretary of the board.
117.132(2)(b) (b) If territory is annexed to a municipality and the territory is not included in the municipal school district, the owners of more than 50% of the annexed territory, as measured by its assessed valuation divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, may file a written petition with the clerk of the school district in which the territory is located requesting the detachment of the annexed territory from the school district in which it is located and its attachment to the municipal school district. The petition shall include a description of the territory sufficiently accurate to determine its location in the school district in which it is located, as certified by the clerk of the annexing municipality. Upon receipt of the petition, the school district clerk shall send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the municipal school district, to all owners of territory located in the annexed territory and to the secretary of the board.
117.132(3) (3)School board action. In the first July beginning after the adoption of a resolution under sub. (2) (a) or the receipt of a petition under sub. (2) (b), the school boards of the affected school districts may order the territory detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to the municipal school district by the adoption, by each of the school boards, of a resolution ordering the detachment and attachment. Failure of a school board to adopt a resolution before August 1 either ordering or denying the detachment and attachment constitutes a denial of the reorganization by that school board. The school district clerk of each school board adopting a resolution under this subsection that orders or denies the reorganization shall, within 5 days after adopting the resolution, send a certified copy of the resolution to the school board of the other affected school district and to each of the owners of territory in the annexed territory and file a certified copy of the resolution as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the school board of each affected school district adopts a resolution under this subsection ordering the detachment and attachment, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.132(4) (4)Board review.
117.132(4)(a)(a) The board shall review a reorganization proposed under this section if one of the following occurs:
117.132(4)(a)1. 1. Less than 50% of the land in the annexed territory is developed, one of the school boards under sub. (3) adopts a resolution ordering the reorganization, the other school board denies the reorganization and, before the following September 1, either of the school boards files a petition with the secretary of the board requesting board review of the proposed reorganization.
117.132(4)(a)2. 2. Before the September 1 following the granting or denying of the proposed reorganization under sub. (3), the owners of more than 50% of the annexed territory, as measured by its assessed valuation divided by the assessment ratio of the taxation district, file a petition with the secretary of the board requesting board review of the proposed reorganization.
117.132(4)(b) (b) If a petition requesting review is filed under par. (a) 1., the secretary of the board shall immediately notify the school board of the other affected school district and each of the owners of territory in the annexed territory. If a petition requesting review is filed under par. (a) 2., the secretary of the board shall immediately notify the school board of each affected school district. Before the following January 15, the board shall issue an order either affirming the denial of the proposed reorganization or detaching all or part of the annexed territory described in the resolution or petition under sub. (2) from the school district in which it is located and attaching it to the municipal school district. The board's order shall be in writing, shall include a statement of reasons for the order and shall be filed as provided under s. 117.17 (2). If the board orders territory detached from the school district in which it is located and attached to the municipal school district, the reorganization shall take effect on the following July 1.
117.132 History History: 1989 a. 114; 1991 a. 269; 1999 a. 150; 2007 a. 43.
117.14 117.14 Appeal to court.
117.14(1)(1) Any person aggrieved by the denial of a consolidation under s. 117.08 (2) or 117.09 (2), the granting of a detachment and attachment of territory under s. 117.11 (3) or any order of the board or an appeal panel under this chapter may, within 30 days after copies of the order are filed with the secretary of the board under s. 117.17 (2), appeal the order to a circuit court as follows:
117.14(1)(a) (a) If the order is issued under ss. 117.08, 117.09 or 117.10, the appeal shall be filed with the circuit court of any county in which any territory of any affected school district is located.
117.14(1)(b) (b) If the order is issued under ss. 117.105 to 117.132, the appeal shall be filed with the circuit court of any county in which any of the territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to, or included in, another school district is located or with the circuit court of any county in which any territory of the school district to which the territory is proposed to be attached, or the school district that is proposed to be created, is located.
117.14(1m) (1m) Any person aggrieved by an order resolving a boundary dispute under s. 117.35 (3) may, within 30 days after copies of the order are filed with the secretary of the board under s. 117.17 (2), appeal the order to circuit court. The appeal shall be filed with the circuit court of any county in which any portion of the disputed territory is located.
117.14(2) (2) A person appealing under this section shall serve a written notice of appeal stating specifically the grounds upon which the appeal is based on the secretary of the board and file the notice with the clerk of the circuit court.
117.14 History History: 1989 a. 114, 287; 1997 a. 286; 1999 a. 18.
117.15 117.15 Criteria for school district reorganizations. In making any decision under ss. 117.08 to 117.132, a school board, the board and an appeal panel shall consider the following factors as they affect the educational welfare of all of the children residing in all of the affected school districts, and may consider other appropriate factors:
117.15(1) (1) The geographical and topographical characteristics of the affected school districts, including the estimated travel time to and from school for pupils in the school districts.
117.15(2) (2) The educational needs of all of the children residing in the affected school districts, the educational programs currently offered by each affected school district and the ability and commitment of each school district to meet those needs and continue to offer those educational programs.
117.15(2m) (2m) If territory is proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district or proposed to be included in a new school district under s. 117.105, whether the proposed detachment will have any adverse effect on the program currently offered by the school district from which the territory is proposed to be detached, including both curricular and extracurricular aspects of that program.
117.15(3) (3) The testimony of and written statements filed by the residents of the affected school districts.
117.15(4) (4) The estimated fiscal effect of the proposed reorganization on the affected school districts, including the effect of the apportionment of assets and liabilities.
117.15(5) (5) Whether the proposed reorganization will make any part of a school district's territory noncontiguous.
117.15(6) (6) The socioeconomic level and racial composition of the pupils who reside or will reside in territory proposed to be detached from one school district and attached to an adjoining school district, in territory proposed to be included in a new school district under s. 117.105 or in school districts proposed to be consolidated or in a school district proposed to be dissolved; the proportion of the pupils who reside in such territory who are children at risk, as defined under s. 118.153 (1) (a); and the effect that the pupils described in this paragraph will have on the present and future socioeconomic level and racial composition of the affected school districts and on the proportion of the affected school districts' enrollments that will be children at risk.
117.15(7) (7) The results of any referendum held under s. 117.10.
117.15 History History: 1989 a. 114, 287; 1997 a. 286.
117.15 Annotation On review of a decision under this section, the only issues to be considered are whether the reorganization authority acted within its jurisdiction and whether the determination was arbitrary and capricious. While an authority is bound to consider all the factors enumerated in this section, it may consider information from other sources, including matters within its knowledge and expertise. School District of Waukesha v. School District Boundary Appeal Board, 201 Wis. 2d 109, 548 N.W.2d 122 (Ct. App. 1996), 95-0905.
117.17 117.17 Reorganization order.
117.17(1) (1) Contents; effective date.
117.17(1)(a)(a) Every order of school district reorganization under s. 117.08, 117.09 or 117.105 that creates a new school district shall state the school districts which are dissolved or from which territory is detached to create the new school district, name the new school district, state the type of school district and the grades to be taught by the new school district pursuant to s. 115.01 (2), (3) and (5), designate the number of school board members under s. 120.01 or 120.41, designate the terms of initial members of the school board under s. 120.02 (3) (a), designate the method of election of school board members under s. 120.06 or 120.42, direct the election of school board members under s. 120.06 or 120.42, insofar as applicable, designate the date of the first election of school board members, as provided under s. 117.22 (2) (b), and fix the time and place for the first annual meeting of the new school district, if one is to be held. The secretary of the board shall give notice of the first annual meeting, if one is to be held, under s. 120.08 (1) (c), and shall designate a person to act as temporary chairperson of the annual meeting until a chairperson is elected.
117.17(1)(b) (b) Every order of school district reorganization under s. 117.10 that dissolves a school district shall state the school district that is dissolved and describe the territory, assets and liabilities of the school district. Every order of school district reorganization issued under s. 117.10 (4) shall describe the territory, assets and liabilities allocated to each other school district under that subsection.
117.17(1)(bm) (bm) Every order of school district reorganization under s. 117.105 shall describe the territory of the school districts from which territory is detached to create the new school district, state the school district created by the order and describe the territory of the school district created by the order.
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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)