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4. "Telecommunications provider" has the meaning given in section 196.01 (8p) of the statutes.
(b) No later than the first day of the 2nd month beginning after the effective date of this paragraph, the commission shall do each of the following:
1. Determine the total amount that the foundation solicited from each telecommunications provider for contribution to the endowment fund and the total amount that each telecommunications provider contributed to the endowment fund.
2. Assess against each telecommunications provider the difference, if any, between the amount solicited by the foundation and the amount contributed by the telecommunications provider, as determined under subdivision 1.
(c) A telecommunications provider shall pay an assessment made by the commission under paragraph (b) within 30 days after the commission mails the bill to the telecommunications provider. The bill constitutes notice of the assessment and demand for payment. Disputes over failure to pay the assessment shall be governed by section 196.85 (3) to (8), 1999 stats., except that any reference to a public utility shall refer instead to a telecommunications provider, and any reference to a bill rendered under section 196.85 (1) of the statutes, 1999 stats., shall refer instead to a bill rendered under this paragraph.
(d) A telecommunications provider may establish a surcharge on customers' bills to collect the amount of an assessment paid under paragraph (c), but only if the bills indicate that the surcharge is being assessed due to the telecommunications provider's failure to meet its responsibility to make contributions to the Wisconsin Advanced Telecommunications Fund.
16,9143 Section 9143. Nonstatutory provisions; regulation and licensing.
(3c) Form for eye examinations and evaluations.
(a) By January 1, 2002, the medical examining board and the optometry examining board shall jointly develop a form to be used for eye examinations and evaluations under section 118.135 of the statutes, as created by this act. The form shall provide a place for the physician or optometrist to indicate whether follow-up care is recommended.
(b) By May 31, 2002, the department of regulation and licensing shall distribute the form to school districts and charter schools as provided under section 440.03 (16) of the statutes, as created by this act.
16,9144 Section 9144. Nonstatutory provisions; revenue.
(1c) Study on promoting economic growth. The department of revenue shall study options for restructuring shared revenue to encourage high-growth sectors of the economy and the creation of high-quality jobs in this state. The study shall include considering using up to 10% of the amount distributed to counties and municipalities under section 79.03 of the statutes to match local efforts to encourage creation of high-quality jobs in this state; recommending ways to incorporate smart growth planning under section 16.965 of the statutes into the shared revenue program; and studying the feasibility of allowing towns to maintain their boundaries in exchange for shared revenue payments. No later than January 1, 2003, the department of revenue shall report the result of its study to the secretary of administration.
(1q) Estate tax; proposed legislation. If the federal government enacts any law that provides revenue to the state that is intended to offset any loss of estate tax revenue under chapter 72 of the statutes as a result of any federal law enacted in 2001, the department of revenue shall submit proposed legislation regarding modifications to the estate tax under chapter 72 of the statutes to the joint committee on finance. Proposed legislation submitted under this subsection may not, in conjunction with the fiscal effect of any federal law, result in any increase or decrease in total state tax revenues.
(2e) Shared revenue population adjustment.
(a) Notwithstanding section 79.005 (2) of the statutes, the population used for purposes of determining 2001 shared revenue payments for counties under section 79.03 of the statutes and 2001 county mandate relief payments under section 79.058 of the statutes shall be the population determined by the department of administration under section 16.96 of the statutes for the statements provided to counties in the year 2000 under section 79.015 of the statutes.
(b) Notwithstanding section 79.005 (2) of the statutes, the department of administration shall provide, to the best of its ability, 2001 and 2002 population estimates that are reconciled with the most recent federal decennial census to the department of revenue on or before August 1, 2001. The department of revenue shall use the reconciled estimates to prepare the statement of estimated 2002 county shared revenue payments and county mandate relief payments provided on or before September 15, 2001, under section 79.015 of the statutes.
(c) Notwithstanding section 79.005 (2) of the statutes, the department of administration shall provide, to the best of its ability, 2000 and 2001 population estimates that are reconciled with the most recent federal decennial census to the department of revenue on or before August 1, 2002. The department of revenue shall use the reconciled estimates to calculate corrections to 2001 county shared revenue payments and county mandate relief payments under section 79.08 of the statutes.
(2x) Volunteer income tax assistance program. The department of revenue shall, in undertaking the program described in section 73.03 (56) of the statutes, as created by this act, work with the Internal Revenue Service and the University of Wisconsin-Extension to recruit sufficient volunteers to meet the demand, no later than January 1, 2002, for the volunteer income tax assistance program.
(2z) Study on moving tax-processing activities. The department of revenue shall study the feasibility of moving its tax-processing activities in Madison to a location in southwestern Wisconsin. No later than January 1, 2003, the department of revenue shall report the results of its study to the governor and the legislature.
(3z) Adoption of federal income tax law changes. Changes to the Internal Revenue Code made by P.L. 106-554 apply to the definitions of the "Internal Revenue Code" in chapter 71 of the statutes at the time that those changes apply for federal income tax purposes.
(4p) Lottery and gaming property tax credit.
(a) Notwithstanding section 79.10 (10) (bm) and (bn) of the statutes, as affected by this act, and section 79.10 (10) (bm) 2. of the statutes, as created by this act, a person who was eligible for a credit under section 79.10 (9) (bm), 1999 stats., or under section 79.10 (10) (bn), 1999 stats., related to the 2000 property tax assessment, but who did not receive the credit, may claim the credit by applying to the department of revenue in the manner specified under section 79.10 (10) (bm) 2. of the statutes, as created by this act, no later than October 1, 2001.
(b) Notwithstanding section 79.10 (10) (bm) and (bn) of the statutes, as affected by this act, and section 79.10 (10) (bm) 2. of the statutes, as created by this act, the department of revenue shall pay, from the appropriation under section 20.835 (3) (s) of the statutes, as created by this act, all eligible claims under section 79.10 (9) (bm), 1999 stats., or under section 79.10 (10) (bn), 1999 stats., related to the 1999 property tax assessment that the department received no later than October 1, 2001.
16,9146 Section 9146. Nonstatutory provisions; state fair park board.
(1) State fair park police services.
(a) On the effective date of this paragraph, 6.0 full-time equivalent positions in the state fair park board having duties primarily related to the state fair park police and the incumbents in those positions, as determined by the secretary of administration, are transferred to the department of administration.
(b) Employees transferred under paragraph (a) have all the rights and the same status under subchapter V of chapter 111 and chapter 230 of the statutes in the department of administration that they enjoyed in the state fair park board immediately before the transfer. Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes, no employee so transferred who has attained permanent status in class is required to serve a probationary period.
16,9147 Section 9147. Nonstatutory provisions; supreme court.
(1n) Court interpreter program. The authorized FTE positions for the supreme court are increased by 1.0 GPR project position, for a 2-year period beginning on the first day of the 2nd month beginning after publication, to be funded from the appropriation under section 20.680 (2) (a) of the statutes, for the purpose of developing and administering a court interpreter testing and training program.
16,9148 Section 9148. Nonstatutory provisions; technical college system.
(1f) Truck driver training center. The director of the technical college system shall determine the opening date of the truck driver training center at Waukesha County Technical College and notify the director of state courts of that date. The technical college system board may not award grants for truck driver training under section 38.04 (31) of the statutes, as created by this act, until the first day of the 12th month beginning after the date of that notice.
16,9149 Section 9149. Nonstatutory provisions; technology for educational achievement in Wisconsin board.
(3mk) Internet data line grant program. From the appropriation under section 20.275 (1) (i) of the statutes, the technology for educational achievement in Wisconsin board shall, in consultation with the department of public instruction, award grants in the 2001-02 fiscal year to public library boards on behalf of public libraries that did not have access to high-speed Internet data lines as of May 1, 2001. Grants awarded under this subsection may be used for infrastructure, wiring, communications hardware, and computer and access costs associated with the installation and use of high-speed Internet data lines in public libraries.
16,9151 Section 9151. Nonstatutory provisions; tourism.
(1mk) Grant for moving historic home. From the appropriation under section 20.380 (1) (b) of the statutes, as affected by this act, the department of tourism shall provide a grant of $35,000 in fiscal year 2001-02 to the New Berlin Historical Society for costs associated with moving the Theodora Winton Youmans home to the New Berlin historic park. The department of tourism shall enter into an agreement with the New Berlin Historical Society that specifies the uses for the grant proceeds and reporting and auditing requirements.
(2ht) Heritage tourism program. The authorized FTE positions for the department of tourism are increased by 1.0 PR position, to be funded from the appropriation under section 20.380 (1) (kg) of the statutes, as affected by this act, for operation of the heritage tourism program under section 41.19 of the statutes, as affected by this act.
16,9152 Section 9152. Nonstatutory provisions; transportation.
(2) Position authorization; employee transfer.
(a) The authorized FTE positions for the department of transportation are decreased by 1.0 SEG position for the performance of duties primarily related to printing services.
(b) On the effective date of this paragraph, 1.0 FTE position in the department of transportation performing duties primarily related to printing services and the incumbent employee holding that position, as determined by the secretary of administration, are transferred to the department of administration. The employee transferred under this paragraph has all the rights and the same status under subchapter V of chapter 111 and chapter 230 of the statutes in the department of administration that the employee enjoyed in the department of transportation immediately before the transfer. Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes, no employee so transferred who has attained permanent status in class is required to serve a probationary period.
(2cd) Allocation of expenditure reductions; lapses to transportation fund.
(a) Within 30 days of the final credits by the department of employee trust funds to appropriations of the department of transportation to implement 1999 Wisconsin Act 11, section 27 (1) (b) 1., for the payment of contributions under the Wisconsin retirement system, the department of transportation shall submit a plan to the joint committee on finance that does all of the following:
1. Allocates reductions of $3,530,800 in fiscal year 2001-02 among program revenue, program revenue-service, segregated fund revenue, and segregated fund revenue-service appropriations, as defined in section 20.001 (2) (b), (c), (d), and (da) of the statutes, under section 20.395 of the statutes, as affected by this act, less any amount lapsed in fiscal year 2000-01 as a result of any credits by the department of employee trust funds to the department of transportation's appropriations to implement such act.
2. Allocates reductions of $800,000 in each fiscal year of the 2001-03 fiscal biennium from among the appropriations under section 20.395 (3) (iq) and (5) (cq) and (dq) of the statutes; the appropriation under section 20.395 (4) (aq) of the statutes, as affected by this act; and, from moneys associated with delivery costs of the department of transportation, the appropriations under section 20.395 (3) (cq) and (eq) of the statutes, as affected by this act, and the appropriation under section 20.395 (3) (bq) of the statutes.
(b) The plan submitted under paragraph (a) shall require all of the following:
1. That the amount of any proposed reductions under paragraph (a) 1. from program revenue, program revenue-service, or segregated fund revenue-service appropriations lapse to the transportation fund.
2. That the amount of any proposed reductions under paragraph (a) 2. lapse to the transportation fund.
(c) If the cochairpersons of the committee do not notify the department of transportation that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing the proposed plan within 14 working days after the date of the submittal, the department of transportation may implement the plan. If, within 14 days after the date of the submittal, the cochairpersons of the committee notify the department of transportation that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing the proposed plan, the department of transportation may not implement the plan until it is approved by the committee, as submitted or as modified.
(2t) Statewide trauma care system. From the appropriation account under section 20.395 (4) (ax) of the statutes, as affected by this act, the department of transportation shall transfer $185,000 in fiscal year 2001-02 and $500,000 in fiscal year 2002-03 to the appropriation under section 20.435 (1) (kx) of the statutes for the purposes of the statewide trauma care system under section 146.56 of the statutes.
(2vx) Unified disadvantaged business certification program.
(a) No person may use the list of disadvantaged businesses established by the department of transportation under section 84.076 (3), 1999 stats., for bids first advertised after the last day of the 5th month beginning after the effective date of this paragraph.
(b) Notwithstanding section 84.072 of the statutes, as created by this act, no later than the first day of the 4th month beginning after the effective date of this paragraph, the department of transportation shall certify as a disadvantaged business under section 84.072 of the statutes, as created by this act, any business that, on the effective date of this paragraph, is certified by the department as a disadvantaged business for the purposes of section 84.076, 1999 stats. Notwithstanding section 84.072 of the statutes, as created by this act, the department of transportation is not required to review any documentation in certifying under this paragraph a business as a disadvantaged business under section 84.072 of the statutes, as created by this act.
(3) Airport financing committee. There is created an airport financing committee consisting of members appointed by the governor. The governor shall appoint members representing the department of transportation, the department of commerce, airport managers, airlines serving this state, the general aviation community, the people of this state, and private businesses having an interest in transportation policy and financing. The committee shall select its officers and the person appointed chairperson shall call the committee's first meeting. The committee shall review and evaluate this state's airport system needs and the current system of funding those needs and shall recommend changes, if any, to better meet those needs. The committee shall evaluate, among other things: aircraft registration fees; aviation fuel taxes and fees; allocation of sales tax receipts from the sale of aircraft, parts, and services; and the allocation of other moneys for airport financing. The committee's recommendations, if any, should, if enacted, generate revenue in amounts equal to or greater than the sum of moneys appropriated for aeronautical activities in fiscal year 2002. Not later than December 31, 2002, the committee shall submit a report containing the committee's evaluation, findings, and recommendations to the governor, and to the legislature in the manner provided under section 13.172 (2) of the statutes.
(3b) Long-range surface transportation investment planning committee.
(a) There is created a long-range surface transportation investment planning committee consisting of the governor, or a representative of the governor, and 14 members nominated by the speaker of the assembly and the majority leader of the senate, acting jointly, and appointed by the governor. Members shall be nominated and appointed within 20 days after the effective date of this paragraph and shall include:
1. A representative of the senate.
2. A representative of the assembly.
3. A representative of the Wisconsin Alliance of Cities.
4. A representative of the League of Wisconsin Municipalities.
5. A representative of the Wisconsin Towns Association.
6. A representative of the Wisconsin Counties Association.
7. A representative of the Wisconsin Transportation Builders Association.
8. A representative of the Wisconsin Urban and Rural Transit Association.
9. A representative of the Citizens for a Better Environment.
10. A representative of the American Automobile Association of Wisconsin.
11. A representative of the Wisconsin Council of the Blind.
12. A representative of the Wisconsin Association of Railroad Passengers.
13. A representative of a community proposing a commuter rail initiative.
14. A representative of the Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin.
(b) The committee shall have the following duties: to gather information relating to state and local needs for surface transportation programs, including state highways, transit, local roads, passenger rail including commuter rail, and bicycle and pedestrian transportation; to involve the participation of relevant groups, including those with interests in all relevant transportation modes, local and state government, the environment, transportation program users, persons with disabilities, and private businesses; to assess potential future long-range funding needs for surface transportation programs up to a 20-year planning horizon or 2020; to develop a recommended multiprogram state surface transportation investment plan, including funding; and to prepare a report containing the committee's evaluation, findings, and recommendations. Not later than October 15, 2002, the committee shall submit the report to the governor and to the legislature in the manner provided under section 13.172 (2) of the statutes.
(c) The committee shall hold its first meeting no later than 28 days after the effective date of this paragraph and shall select a chairperson at that meeting. The department of transportation and the legislative fiscal bureau shall provide staff assistance to the committee.
(3d) Port Arthur Road extension in city of Ladysmith. From the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (eq) of the statutes, as affected by this act, the department of transportation shall allocate $200,000 or 80% of the cost of the project, whichever is less, in the 2001-03 fiscal biennium to fund a project to close a portion of College Avenue in the city of Ladysmith and to extend Port Arthur Road east to STH 27 in the city of Ladysmith, if the city of Ladysmith provides a local con tribution toward the costs of the project in an amount equal to at least 20% of the cost of the project.
(3e) Improvements to USH 51 in city of Madison. Notwithstanding section 85.07 of the statutes, during the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, the department of transportation shall expend funds not to exceed $300,000 from federal funds available under 23 USC 152 for a highway improvement project on USH 51 at the intersection of Rieder Road in the city of Madison in Dane County, if the project is consistent with the requirements of 23 USC 152 and regulations promulgated under 23 USC 152. The project shall include reconstruction of the southbound lanes of USH 51 at Rieder Road to incorporate a divided deceleration and turn lane on USH 51 for southbound traffic turning east onto Rieder Road from USH 51 and a divided acceleration lane on USH 51 for traffic traveling west on Rieder Road turning south onto USH 51. The project shall also include installation of any traffic control signals necessary to allow traffic traveling west on Rieder Road to turn onto southbound USH 51 without requiring southbound traffic on USH 51 to stop.
(3h) Hanson Road Bridge in Burke. Not later than December 31, 2003, the department of transportation shall construct the Hanson Road bridge project in the town of Burke in Dane County and shall reconfigure Portage Road in the town of Burke to accommodate such construction.
(3k) Automated drivers' license testing. The department of transportation shall conduct a study to determine whether to require automated drivers' license testing throughout the state and shall prepare a report containing its findings and recommendations. The department shall submit the report to the governor, and to the legislature in the manner provided under section 13.172 (2) of the statutes, not later than June 30, 2003.
(3mp) Overpayment of state transit operating aids. Notwithstanding section 85.20 (4m) (er) of the statutes, the department of transportation shall waive repayment by the city of Rhinelander of any outstanding balance of overpayments of state transit operating aids distributed by the department to the city for the calendar years 1997 through 1999.
(3wy) Highway rest areas. The total amount of any proposed expenditures or encumbrances that the department of transportation does not make in the 2001-03 fiscal biennium as a result of the implementation of section 84.04 (4) of the statutes, as created by this act, shall be expended or encumbered by the department in the 2001-03 fiscal biennium to reopen previously closed rest areas or to keep open rest areas that are proposed for closure in areas where other rest areas and motorist services described in section 86.195 (3) of the statutes are not available.
(4) Grants to local professional football stadium districts. From the appropriation under section 20.395 (1) (gr) of the statutes, as created by this act, the department of transportation shall award grants in January 2002 to a local professional football stadium district created under subchapter IV of chapter 229 of the statutes for the development, construction, reconstruction, or improvement of parking lots, garages, transportation facilities, or other functionally related or auxiliary facilities or structures on the site of the existing parking lot facility, of a football stadium, as defined in section 229.821 (6) of the statutes. Within 30 days of receipt of the grants under this subsection, the local professional football stadium district shall provide all grant proceeds to the professional football team described in section 229.823 of the statutes to be used by the professional football team for the purposes of the grants specified in this subsection.
(4c) Wausau City Square Park Pedestrian Pathway. In the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (nx) of the statutes, the department of transportation shall award a grant to the city of Wausau for the project known as the City Square Park Pedestrian Pathway, if the city of Wausau contributes funds for the project that at least equal 20% of the costs of the project.
(4d) Halfway Creek Bike Trail project. In the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (nx) of the statutes, the department of transportation shall award a grant to the village of Holmen for the project known as the Halfway Creek Bike Trail, if a person, other than the state, contributes funds for the project that at least equal 20% of the costs of the project.
(4e) Capitol Court project. Of the amounts appropriated to the department of transportation under section 20.395 (3) (cq) of the statutes, as affected by this act, on the effective date of this subsection, the department shall allocate $250,000 for preliminary engineering for and construction, reconstruction, or improvement of highways, transportation facilities, or other functionally related or auxiliary facilities or structures associated with the Capitol Court project on West Capitol Drive in the city of Milwaukee and for associated economic development. Notwithstanding section 20.001 (3) (c) of the statutes, if the department has not expended or encumbered any funds for the project on or before June 30, 2003, the funds allocated under this subsection shall lapse from the appropriation account under section 20.395 (3) (cq) of the statutes, as affected by this act, to the transportation fund.
(4h) Eisner Avenue Pedestrian-Bike Trail project. In the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (nx) of the statutes, the department of transportation shall award a grant under section 85.026 (2) of the statutes to the city of Sheboygan in Sheboygan County or the town of Sheboygan in Sheboygan County, or both, for the project known as the Eisner Avenue Pedestrian-Bike Trail Improvement project, if the recipient of the grant awarded under this subsection contributes funds for the project that total at least 20% of the costs of the project.
(4k) Sparta overpass. In the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (nx) of the statutes, the department of transportation shall award a grant of $496,000 to the city of Sparta in Monroe County for construction of a snowmobile-bicycle-pedestrian overpass over I 90 in the city of Sparta. The overpass shall be at least 14 feet in width and shall be located to provide convenient and safe access to the Elroy-Sparta State Trail, the La Crosse River State Trail, and nearby snowmobile trails.
(4nk) Clayton pedestrian facility. In the 2001-03 fiscal biennium, the department of transportation shall construct a grade-separated pedestrian crossing of USH 45 in the town of Clayton in Winnebago County if the town of Clayton contributes funds for the project that at least equal 15% of the costs of the project.
(4v) Grants to Brown County and municipalities. From the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (iq) of the statutes in fiscal year 2001-02, the department of transportation shall award grants under section 84.185 of the statutes, as affected by this act, totaling $410,000 in January 2002 to Brown County, the city of Green Bay, and the village of Ashwaubenon to be used to pay costs associated with the CTH "VK"/Lombardi Avenue project in the city of Green Bay in Brown County. Grant proceeds under this subsection shall be distributed in proportion to the percentage of the costs of the project to be borne by each local governmental unit. The provisions of section 84.185 of the statutes, as affected by this act, relating to the awarding of grants, the amount of grants, and the eligibility requirements for grants, including a required local contribution under section 84.185 (2) (b) 5. of the statutes, do not apply to grants awarded under this subsection.
(4x) Menasha recreational trail. Notwithstanding limitations on the amount and use of aids provided under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, or on eligibility requirements for receiving aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, the department of transportation shall award a grant of $25,000 in the 2001-03 fiscal biennium to the town of Menasha in Winnebago County for the construction of a recreational trail along Cold Spring Road in the town of Menasha. Payment of the grant under this subsection shall be made from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (fr) of the statutes, as affected by this act, before making any other allocation of funds under section 86.31 (3) (b) of the statutes, and is in addition to the town of Menasha's entitlement, as defined in section 86.31 (1) (ar) of the statutes, to aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act.
(4z) Improvement of 85th Street in Kenosha County. Notwithstanding limitations on the amount and use of aids provided under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, or on eligibility requirements for receiving aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act, the department of transportation shall award a grant of $609,000 in the 2001-03 fiscal biennium to the village of Pleasant Prairie in Kenosha County for improvements to 85th Street in the village of Pleasant Prairie. Payment of the grant under this subsection shall be made from the appropriation under section 20.395 (2) (fr) of the statutes, as affected by this act, before making any other allocation of funds under section 86.31 (3) (b) of the statutes, and is in addition to the village of Pleasant Prairie's entitlement, as defined in section 86.31 (1) (ar) of the statutes, to aids under section 86.31 of the statutes, as affected by this act.
(5) Parking facility grant. The department of transportation shall award a grant of $420,700 to Kenosha County from the appropriation under section 20.395 (1) (bs) of the statutes, as affected by this act, in fiscal year 2001-02 to provide 50% of the local share required for a congestion mitigation and air quality improvement project under section 85.245 of the statutes relating to a parking facility in the city of Kenosha. No grant may be awarded under this subsection unless Kenosha County makes a matching fund contribution toward the local share required for the project that is equal to the amount of the grant awarded under this subsection.
(5c) Highways designated for use by oversize vehicles. Notwithstanding section 348.07 (4) of the statutes, the secretary of transportation shall designate the following highways to which sections 348.07 (2) (f), (fm), (gm), and (gr) and 348.08 (1) (e) and (h) of the statutes apply: STH 107 from CTH "A" in Marathon County to STH 64 in Lincoln County, CTH "A" from STH 97 to CTH "K" in Marathon County, CTH "K" from Wausau in Marathon County to Merrill in Lincoln County, CTH "Q" from CTH "K" to USH 51 in Lincoln County, CTH "U" from STH 107 to USH 51 in Marathon County, and STH 97 from STH 29 in Marathon County to STH 64 in Taylor County. This subsection does not apply after June 30, 2003, or, if the secretary makes a determination before June 30, 2003, whether to designate the highways specified under this subsection under section Trans 276.07, Wisconsin Administrative Code, on the day after such determination.
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