229.844 History History: 1999 a. 65, 186; 2005 a. 148.
229.845 229.845 Minority contracting goals; disabled veteran-owned business contracting goals.
229.845(1)(1)In this section:
229.845(1)(ag) (ag) “Disabled veteran-owned business" means a business certified by the department of administration under s. 16.283 (3).
229.845(1)(am) (am) “Minority business" has the meaning given in s. 16.287 (1) (e).
229.845(1)(b) (b) “Women's business" means a sole proprietorship, partnership, joint venture, limited liability company or corporation that is at least 51 percent owned, controlled and actively managed by women.
229.845(2) (2)It shall be a goal of the district, in awarding construction work and professional services contracts related to cultural arts facilities, that at least 15 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to minority businesses, at least 1 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to disabled veteran-owned businesses, and at least 5 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to women's businesses, except that if the sponsoring city is a 1st class city, it shall be a goal of the district, in awarding construction work and professional services contracts related to cultural arts facilities, that at least 25 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to minority businesses, at least 1 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to disabled veteran-owned businesses, and at least 5 percent of the aggregate dollar value of such contracts awarded by the district shall be awarded to women's businesses.
229.845 History History: 1999 a. 65; 2009 a. 299; 2011 a. 32; 2011 a. 260 s. 80; 2013 a. 192.
229.846 229.846 Powers granted to a sponsoring city. In addition to any powers that it may otherwise have, a sponsoring city may do any of the following:
229.846(1) (1)Make grants, gifts or loans of any kind of property, or provide any other form of assistance, to a district upon terms that the sponsoring city considers appropriate.
229.846(2) (2)Expend public funds to subsidize a district.
229.846(3) (3)Borrow money under ss. 67.04 and 67.12 (12) for cultural arts facilities or to fund grants, loans or subsidies to a district.
229.846(4) (4)Audit the financial records of a district. The sponsoring city may conduct the audit itself or may contract for the audit to be performed by any other person.
229.846(5) (5)Fix and collect a sum to be paid annually, in lieu of property taxes, by the district except that the sum may not exceed the amount that would be levied by the city as a property tax on the property that is exempted under s. 70.11 (40).
229.846(6) (6)If the district's sponsoring city is not a 1st class city, enact an ordinance or adopt a resolution that expands or contracts the area within the district's jurisdiction in which the district board may exercise its power of eminent domain, except that a sponsoring city may not remove from that area any property that was included in the resolution under s. 229.842 (1) (c).
229.846 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.847 229.847 Dissolution of a district. Subject to providing for the payment of its bonds or other debts that it has incurred, including interest on the bonds or other debts, and the performance of its other contractual obligations, a district may be dissolved by one of the following methods:
229.847(1) (1)By a law enacted by this state.
229.847(2) (2)If the sponsoring city is not a 1st class city, by the unanimous action of the district board.
229.847(3) (3)If the sponsoring city is a 1st class city, by any means described in the initial resolution under which the 1st class city created the district.
229.847 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.848 229.848 Transfers; transfer agreements.
229.848(1)(1)If a district is dissolved under s. 229.847, the property of the district shall be transferred either to the sponsoring city or to an entity described either in section 170 (c) (1) or in both sections 170 (c) (2) and 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code. If the sponsoring city is a 1st class city, the specific entity to which the district's property shall be transferred upon dissolution shall be specified in the initial resolution under which the 1st class city created the district. If the sponsoring city is not a 1st class city, the district board shall determine the entity to which the district's property shall be transferred upon dissolution.
229.848(2) (2)A sponsoring city and a district board may enter into a transfer agreement to provide the terms and conditions upon which the sponsoring city or the district board may transfer any interests in an existing or proposed cultural arts facility, or any other property interests owned by either party, to the other party to the agreement. A transfer may take the form of a sale, lease, or other conveyance and may be with or without financial consideration.
229.848 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.849 229.849 District bonds and debt not public debt.
229.849(1)(1)Neither the state nor the sponsoring city is liable on bonds or other debt of the district and the bonds and other debt of the district are not a debt of the state or the sponsoring city. All bonds and other debt of the district shall contain on the face of the bond or the debt instrument a statement to this effect. The issuance of bonds or the incurrence of other debt by the district shall not, directly or indirectly or contingently, obligate the state or the sponsoring city to levy any form of taxation therefor or to make any appropriation for the payment of the bonds or other debt.
229.849(2) (2)Nothing in this subchapter authorizes the district to create a debt of the state or the sponsoring city, and all bonds issued by the district and all other debt incurred by the district are payable, and shall state that they are payable, solely from the funds pledged for their payment in accordance with the resolution authorizing their issuance or incurrence or in any trust indenture or mortgage or deed of trust executed as security for the bonds or other debt. Neither the state nor the sponsoring city shall in any event be liable for the payment of the principal of or interest on any bonds or other debt of the district or for the performance of any pledge, mortgage, obligation or agreement that may be undertaken by the district. No breach of any such pledge, mortgage, obligation or agreement may impose any pecuniary liability upon the state or the sponsoring city or any charge upon the state's or the sponsoring city's general credit or against the state's or the sponsoring city's taxing power.
229.849 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.850 229.850 Special fund for payment of principal and interest costs on certain bonds. The district may maintain a special fund into which it deposits any income or property of the district that is used for the payment of principal and interest costs of bonds issued by the district or by a community development authority created under s. 66.1335 for purposes related to the district.
229.850 History History: 1999 a. 65, 186.
229.851 229.851 State pledge. The state pledges to and agrees with the holders of any bond issued by the district or other debt incurred by the district, and with those parties who may enter into contracts with the district, that the state will not limit or alter the rights vested in the district by this subchapter until such bonds or other debt, together with the interest on the bonds and other debt, are fully met and discharged and such contracts are fully performed on the part of the district, but nothing shall preclude such a limitation or alteration if adequate provision is made by law for the protection of the holders of such bonds or other debt or those entering into such contracts.
229.851 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.852 229.852 Pledge of revenues. A district may pledge the revenues derived, or to be derived, from any cultural arts facility for any of the following purposes:
229.852(1) (1)The payment of administrative costs and expenses of the district.
229.852(2) (2)The payment of the principal of, the premium on, if any, and the interest on outstanding bonds and other debt of the district.
229.852(3) (3)The creation and maintenance of a special fund or reserves with respect to bonds issued by the district.
229.852 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.853 229.853 Trust funds. All moneys received by the district under this subchapter, whether as proceeds from the issuance of bonds or the incurrence of other debt or as revenues, shall be considered to be trust funds to be held and applied solely as provided in this subchapter. Any officer with whom, or any bank or trust company with which, the moneys are deposited shall act as trustee of the moneys and shall hold and apply the same for the purposes of this subchapter, subject to such regulations as this subchapter and any bond resolution or debt agreement authorizing the bonds or debt may provide.
229.853 History History: 1999 a. 65.
229.854 229.854 Sponsoring city employment regulations. Any ordinance of a sponsoring city that regulates employment relations or practices of all private employers, generally, shall apply to employees of the district, unless the sponsoring city's common council excludes the application of such an ordinance to the district's employees.
229.854 History History: 1999 a. 65.
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2017-18 Wisconsin Statutes updated through 2019 Wis. Act 50 and through all Supreme Court and Controlled Substances Board Orders filed before and in effect on December 6, 2019. Published and certified under s. 35.18. Changes effective after December 6, 2019, are designated by NOTES. (Published 12-6-19)