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243,20 Section 20. 66.10013 of the statutes is created to read:
66.10013 Housing affordability report. (1) In this section, “municipality” means a city or village with a population of 10,000 or more.
(2) Not later than January 1, 2020, a municipality shall prepare a report of the municipality's implementation of the housing element of the municipality's comprehensive plan under s. 66.1001. The municipality shall update the report annually, not later than January 31. The report shall contain all of the following:
(a) The number of subdivision plats, certified survey maps, condominium plats, and building permit applications approved in the prior year.
(b) The total number of new residential dwelling units proposed in all subdivision plats, certified survey maps, condominium plats, and building permit applications that were approved by the municipality in the prior year.
(c) A list and map of undeveloped parcels in the municipality that are zoned for residential development.
(d) A list of all undeveloped parcels in the municipality that are suitable for, but not zoned for, residential development, including vacant sites and sites that have potential for redevelopment, and a description of the zoning requirements and availability of public facilities and services for each property.
(e) An analysis of the municipality's residential development regulations, such as land use controls, site improvement requirements, fees and land dedication requirements, and permit procedures. The analysis shall calculate the financial impact that each regulation has on the cost of each new subdivision. The analysis shall identify ways in which the municipality can modify its construction and development regulations, lot sizes, approval processes, and related fees to do each of the following:
1. Meet existing and forecasted housing demand.
2. Reduce the time and cost necessary to approve and develop a new residential subdivision in the municipality by 20 percent.
(3) A municipality shall post the report under sub. (2) on the municipality's Internet site on a web page dedicated solely to the report and titled “Housing Affordability Analysis.”
243,21 Section 21. 66.10014 of the statutes is created to read:
66.10014 New housing fee report. (1) In this section, “municipality” means a city or village with a population of 10,000 or more.
(2) Not later than January 1, 2020, a municipality shall prepare a report of the municipality's residential development fees. The report shall contain all of the following:
(a) Whether the municipality imposes any of the following fees or other requirements for purposes related to residential construction, remodeling, or development and, if so, the amount of each fee:
1. Building permit fee.
2. Impact fee.
3. Park fee.
4. Land dedication or fee in lieu of land dedication requirement.
5. Plat approval fee.
6. Storm water management fee.
7. Water or sewer hook-up fee.
(b) The total amount of fees under par. (a) that the municipality imposed for purposes related to residential construction, remodeling, or development in the prior year and an amount calculated by dividing the total amount of fees under this paragraph by the number of new residential dwelling units approved in the municipality in the prior year.
(3) (a) A municipality shall post the report under sub. (2) on the municipality's Internet site on a web page dedicated solely to the report and titled “New Housing Fee Report.” If a municipality does not have an Internet site, the county in which the municipality is located shall post the information under this paragraph on its Internet site on a web page dedicated solely to development fee information for the municipality.
(b) A municipality shall provide a copy of the report under sub. (2) to each member of the governing body of the municipality.
(4) If a fee or the amount of a fee under sub. (2) (a) is not properly posted as required under sub. (3) (a), the municipality may not charge the fee.
243,22 Section 22. 66.10015 (1) (f) of the statutes is created to read:
66.10015 (1) (f) “Zoning ordinance” means an ordinance enacted by a political subdivision under s. 59.69, 60.61, 60.62, 61.35, or 62.23.
243,23 Section 23. 66.10015 (2) (d) of the statutes is repealed.
243,24 Section 24. 66.10015 (5) of the statutes is created to read:
66.10015 (5) Expiration dates. A political subdivision may not establish an expiration date for an approval related to a planned development district of less than 5 years after the date of the last approval required for completion of the project. This section does not prohibit a political subdivision from establishing timelines for completion of work related to an approval.
243,25 Section 25. 66.10015 (6) of the statutes is created to read:
66.10015 (6) Zoning limitations, inspections. (a) If a political subdivision or a utility district requires the installation of a water meter station for a political subdivision, neither the political subdivision nor the utility district may require a developer to install a water meter that is larger than a utility-type box, and may not require a developer to include heating, air conditioning, or a restroom in the water meter station. Any requirements for such a project that go beyond the limitations specified in this paragraph must be funded entirely by the political subdivision or utility district.
(b) 1. If a political subdivision employs a building inspector to enforce its zoning ordinance or other ordinances related to building, and a developer requests the building inspector to perform an inspection that is part of the inspector's duties, the inspector shall complete the inspection not later than 14 business days after the building inspector receives the request for an inspection.
2. If a building inspector does not complete a requested inspection as required under subd. 1., the developer may request a state building inspector to provide the requested inspection, provided that the state inspector has a comparable level of zoning and building inspection qualification as the local building inspector.
3. If a developer provides a political subdivision with a certificate of inspection from a state building inspector from an inspection described under subd. 2., which meets the requirements of the inspection that was supposed to be provided by the local building inspector, the political subdivision must accept the certificate provided by the state building inspector as if it had been provided by the political subdivision's building inspector.
243,26 Section 26. 66.1009 (1) of the statutes is amended to read:
66.1009 (1) The area which will be subject to ss. 59.69 (4g) and (5) (e) 2. and 5m., 60.61 (2) (e) and (4) (c) 1. and 3. and 62.23 (7) (d) 2. and 2m. b. respectively, except that no part of the area may be more than 3 miles from the boundaries of the airport.
243,27 Section 27. 66.1015 (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
66.1015 (title) Municipal rent control , inclusionary zoning, prohibited.
243,28 Section 28. 66.1015 (3) of the statutes is created to read:
66.1015 (3) Inclusionary zoning prohibited. (a) In this subsection:
1. “Inclusionary zoning” means a zoning ordinance, as defined in s. 66.10015 (1) (e), regulation, or policy that prescribes that a certain number or percentage of new or existing residential dwelling units in a land development be made available for rent or sale to an individual or family with a family income at or below a certain percentage of the median income.
2. “Median income” has the meaning given in s. 234.49 (1) (g).
(b) No city, village, town, or county may enact, impose, or enforce an inclusionary zoning requirement.
243,29 Section 29. 66.1102 (title) of the statutes is amended to read:
66.1102 (title) Land development; notification; records requests; construction site development.
243,30 Section 30. 66.1102 (1) (a) of the statutes is renumbered 66.1102 (1) (bm).
243,31 Section 31. 66.1102 (1) (ae) of the statutes is created to read:
66.1102 (1) (ae) “Construction site” means the site of the construction, alteration, painting, or repair of a building, structure, or other work.
243,32 Section 32. 66.1102 (1) (b) of the statutes is renumbered 66.1102 (1) (bs).
243,33 Section 33. 66.1102 (5) of the statutes is created to read:
66.1102 (5) Construction site fences. (a) Except for an ordinance that is related to health or safety concerns, no political subdivision may enact an ordinance or adopt a resolution that limits the ability of any person who is the owner, or other person in lawful possession or control, of a construction site to install a banner over the entire height and length of a fence surrounding the construction site.
(b) If a political subdivision has enacted an ordinance or adopted a resolution before the effective date of this paragraph .... [LRB inserts date], that is inconsistent with par. (a), that portion of the ordinance or resolution does not apply and may not be enforced.
243,49 Section 49. 66.1108 of the statutes is created to read:
66.1108 Limitation on weekend work. (1) Definitions. In this section:
(a) “Construction project” means a project involving the erection, construction, repair, remodeling, or demolition, including any alteration, painting, decorating, or grading, of a private facility, including land, a building, or other infrastructure that is directly related to onsite work of a residential or commercial real estate development project.
(b) “Political subdivision” means a city, village, town, or county.
(2) Construction projects; weekend work. (a) A political subdivision may not prohibit a private person from working on the job site of a construction project on a Saturday. A political subdivision may not impose conditions that apply to a private person who works on a construction project on a Saturday that are inapplicable to, or more restrictive than the conditions that apply to, such a person who works on a construction project during weekdays.
(b) If a political subdivision has enacted an ordinance or adopted a resolution before the effective date of this paragraph .... [LRB inserts date], that is inconsistent with par. (a), that portion of the ordinance or resolution does not apply and may not be enforced.
243,50 Section 50. 101.65 (1) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
101.65 (1) (a) Exercise Subject to sub. (1c), exercise jurisdiction over the construction and inspection of new dwellings by passage of ordinances, provided such ordinances meet the requirements of the one- and 2-family dwelling code adopted in accordance with this subchapter. Except as provided by s. 101.651, a county ordinance shall apply in any city, village, or town which that has not enacted such ordinance those ordinances.
243,51 Section 51. 101.65 (1c) of the statutes is created to read:
101.65 (1c) May not make or enforce an ordinance under sub. (1) that is applied to a dwelling and that does not conform to this subchapter and the uniform dwelling code adopted by the department under this subchapter or is contrary to an order of the department under this subchapter. If any provision of a contract between a city, village, town, or county and an owner requires the owner to comply with an ordinance that does not conform to this subchapter or the uniform dwelling code adopted by the department under this subchapter or is contrary to an order of the department under this subchapter, the owner may waive the provision, and the provision, if waived, is void and unenforceable.
243,52 Section 52. 236.13 (2) (a) 1. of the statutes is renumbered 236.13 (2) (am) 1. a. and amended to read:
236.13 (2) (am) 1. a. As a further condition of approval, the governing body of the town or municipality within which the subdivision lies may require that the subdivider make and install any public improvements reasonably necessary or that the subdivider provide security to ensure that he or she the subdivider will make those improvements within a reasonable time. The governing body may not require the subdivider to provide security at the commencement of a project in an amount that is more than 120 percent of the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements. It is the subdivider's option whether to execute a performance bond or whether to provide a letter of credit to satisfy the governing body's requirement that the subdivider provide security to ensure that the public improvements are made within a reasonable time, as determined under subd. 1d.
b. The subdivider may construct the project in such phases as the governing body of the town or municipality approves, which approval may not be unreasonably withheld. If the subdivider's project will be constructed in phases, the amount of security required by the governing body shall be under subd. 1. a. is limited to the phase of the project that is currently being constructed. The governing body may not require that the subdivider provide any security for improvements sooner than is reasonably necessary before the commencement of the installation of the improvements.
c. If the governing body of the town or municipality requires a subdivider to provide security under this paragraph subd. 1. a., the governing body may not require the subdivider to provide the security for more than 14 months after the date the public improvements for which the security is provided are substantially completed and upon substantial completion of the public improvements, the amount of the security the subdivider is required to provide may be no more than an amount equal to the total cost to complete any uncompleted public improvements plus 10 percent of the total cost of the completed public improvements.
d. This paragraph applies to all preliminary and final plats, regardless of whether submitted for approval before, on, or after August 1, 2014.
243,53 Section 53. 236.13 (2) (a) 2. of the statutes is renumbered 236.13 (2) (am) 2. and amended to read:
236.13 (2) (am) 2. For purposes of subd. 1., public improvements reasonably necessary for a project or a phase of a project are considered to be substantially completed at the time upon the installation of the asphalt or concrete binder coat is installed course on roads to be dedicated or, if the required public improvements do not include a road to be dedicated, at the time that 90 percent of the public improvements by cost are completed.
243,54 Section 54. 236.13 (2) (ad) of the statutes is created to read:
236.13 (2) (ad) In this subsection:
1. “Binder course” means the non-surface-level course that is attached to the packed-level gravel course.
2. “Land disturbing activity” means any man-made alteration of the land surface resulting in a change in the topography or existing vegetative or nonvegetative soil cover, that may result in runoff and lead to an increase in soil erosion and movement of sediment into waters of this state. “Land disturbing activity” includes clearing and grubbing, demolition, excavating, pit trench dewatering, filling, and grading activities.
3. “Total cost to complete a public improvement” includes the cost to make and install storm water facilities. “Total cost to complete a public improvement” does not include any of the following:
a. Any fees charged by the governing body of the town or municipality.
b. Land disturbing activities that are necessary to achieve the desired subgrade for public improvements.
243,55 Section 55. 236.13 (2) (am) 1d. of the statutes is created to read:
236.13 (2) (am) 1d. The estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements under subd. 1. shall be determined as follows:
a. A governing body of the town or municipality may provide an initial estimate to the subdivider of the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements. If the subdivider accepts the initial estimate, then the initial estimate is the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements.
b. If the governing body of the town or municipality does not provide an initial estimate to the subdivider or the subdivider rejects the initial estimate, the subdivider shall provide the governing body with a bona fide bid from the subdivider's contractor to complete the required public improvements in the event of a default. If the governing body accepts the subdivider's bona fide bid, the bona fide bid is the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements.
c. If the governing body of the town or municipality rejects the subdivider's bona fide bid, the governing body shall provide the subdivider with an estimate for the cost to complete the public improvements in the event of a default. If the governing body's estimate does not exceed the subdivider's bona fide bid by more than 10 percent, the governing body's estimate is the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements. If the governing body's estimate exceeds the subdivider's bona fide bid by 10 percent or more, the estimated total cost to complete the required public improvements is the amount agreed upon by the subdivider's engineer and the governing body's engineer.
243,56 Section 56. 236.13 (2) (am) 1m. of the statutes is created to read:
236.13 (2) (am) 1m. a. If the governing body of the town or municipality requires a subdivider to provide security under subd. 1. a., the governing body shall accept a performance bond or a letter of credit, or any combination thereof, at the subdivider's option, to satisfy the requirement.
b. The subdivider and the governing body of the town or municipality may agree that all or part of the requirement to provide security under subd. 1. a. may be satisfied by a performance bond provided by the subdivider's contractor that names the town or municipality as an additional obligee provided that the form of the contractor's performance bond is acceptable to the governing body of the town or municipality.
c. Unless the governing body of a town or municipality demonstrates that a bond form does not sufficiently ensure performance in the event of default, the governing body of the town or municipality shall accept a performance bond under this subdivision if the person submitting the performance bond demonstrates that the performance bond is consistent with a standard surety bond form used by a company that, on the date the bond is obtained, is listed as an acceptable surety on federal bonds in the most recent circular 570 published by the federal department of the treasury, as required under 31 CFR 223.16, and the performance bond is issued by a surety company licensed to do business in this state.
243,57 Section 57. 236.13 (2) (am) 3. of the statutes is created to read:
236.13 (2) (am) 3. a. With regard to public improvements to which subd. 1. applies, no town or municipality may enact an ordinance relating to the substantial completion of such a public improvement that is inconsistent with subd. 2.
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