414.02 Governor may appoint employees.
Except as provided in s. 14.26 5
(5g), the governor may appoint and fix the compensation of such employees as he or 6
she deems necessary for the execution of the functions of the office of the governor 7and for the domestic service of the executive residence
. The governor may remove 8
any of the appointees appointed under this section at pleasure.
(j) At its first meeting in each even-numbered year, the state capitol 11and executive residence
board shall elect officers for 2-year terms.
15.105 (5) State capitol
and executive residence board.
There is created a 2
state capitol and executive residence
board, attached to the department of 3
administration under s. 15.03, consisting of the secretary of administration or the 4
secretary's designee, the director of the historical society or the director's designee, 5
an architect or engineer employed by the department of administration appointed 6
by the secretary of administration, 3 senators and 3 representatives to the assembly 7
appointed as are the members of standing committees in their respective houses, and 8
7 citizen members appointed for staggered 6-year terms of whom at least 2 shall be 9
architects registered under ch. 443, one shall be a landscape architect registered 10
under ch. 443,
and 3 shall be interior designers registered under s. 440.962.
16.83 (title), (1) and (2) (intro.) and (a) of the statutes are amended 12
(title) State capitol
and executive residence board. (1) Purpose. 14
The purpose of the state capitol and executive residence
board is to direct the 15
continuing and consistent maintenance of the property, decorative furniture,
furnishings of the state
capitol and executive residence
17(2) Powers and duties.
(intro.) No renovation, repairs,
except repairs of an 18
emergency nature, installation of fixtures, decorative items,
or furnishings for the 19
grounds and buildings of the state
capitol or executive residence
may be performed 20
by or become the property of the state by purchase wholly or in part from state funds, 21
or by gift, loan,
or otherwise until approved by the board as to design, structure, 22
and appropriateness. The board shall:
(a) Annually thoroughly investigate the state of repair of the
16.83 (2) (c) and (d) of the statutes are amended to read:
(c) Ensure the architectural and decorative integrity of the buildings, 3
fixtures, decorative items, furnishings,
and grounds of the state
by setting standards and criteria for subsequent repair, 5
(d) Accept for the state donations or loans of furnishings, works of art,
or other 7
decorative items and fixtures consistent with par. (c) to be used at the state capitol
Have charge of, operate, maintain,
and keep in repair the state capitol 11
building, the executive residence,
any heating, cooling, and power plants serving 12
state properties that are owned by this state except those that are operated by an 13
agency, as defined in s. 16.52 (7), or by a lessee under s. 13.48 (14) or 16.848 (1), the 14
state office buildings and their power plants, the grounds connected therewith, and 15
such other state properties as are designated by law. All costs of such operation and 16
maintenance shall be paid from the appropriations under s. 20.505 (5) (ka) and (kb), 17
except for debt service costs paid under s. 20.866 (1) (u). The department shall 18
transfer moneys from the appropriation under s. 20.505 (5) (ka) to the appropriation 19
account under s. 20.505 (5) (kc) sufficient to make principal and interest payments 20
on state facilities and payments to the United States under s. 13.488 (1) (m).
16.848 (2) (i) of the statutes is created to read:
(i) Subsection (1) does not apply to the property that is directed to 23
be offered for sale under 2015 Wisconsin Act .... (this act), section 9101 (1).
(r) State capitol
and executive residence board; gifts and grants. 2
From the state capitol restoration fund, all moneys received by the state capitol and
board from gifts, grants,
and bequests to be used for the purposes 4
set forth in s. 16.83 (2) (e).
(e) Maintenance of capitol and executive residence Operations,
8protective service, and maintenance.
The amounts in the schedule for the cost of 9
operations, protective services,
and maintenance of the state
capitol building and the
, including minor projects approved under s. 13.48 (3) or (10) or 11
16.855 (16) (b), to be paid into the appropriation made under s. 20.505 (5) (ka).
(b) Principal repayment and interest; state capitol and executive
A sum sufficient to reimburse s. 20.866 (1) (u) for the payment of principal 16
and interest costs incurred in financing building projects at the
and to make payments under an agreement or ancillary 18
arrangement entered into under s. 18.06 (8) (a).
2025.35 State capitol restoration fund.
There is established a separate 21
nonlapsible trust fund designated as the state capitol restoration fund, to consist of 22
all monetary public and private gifts, grants,
and bequests received by the state 23
capitol and executive residence
board under s. 16.83 (2) (e).
(1) No later than the first day of the 6th month beginning after the effective date 2
of this subsection, the department of administration shall publicly offer for sale to 3
the highest responsible bidder the executive residence and all appurtenant real and 4
personal property owned by this state in the village of Maple Bluff except as provided 5
in this subsection. The department may reject any and all bids in the best interest 6
of the state and if all bids are rejected, the department shall expeditiously reoffer the 7
property in the same manner. If there is any outstanding debt incurred by the state 8
that has been used to finance improvements to the property at the time of the sale, 9
the department shall first deposit from the net proceeds of the sale into the bond 10
security and redemption fund under section 18.09 of the statutes the amount needed 11
to repay the principal and to pay the interest on the debt and any premium due on 12
refunding that debt. If any of the property was acquired with gift and grant funds, 13
the department shall adhere to any restriction governing use of the proceeds. The 14
department shall deposit the remaining net proceeds in the general fund. In lieu of 15
sale, the state capitol and executive residence board may transfer to the historical 16
society or the department for appropriate display, preservation, or storage any 17
personal property at the residence that is of unusual significance to this state, in the 18
judgment of the board. The department may also donate to a charitable organization 19
any personal property at the residence that the department is unable to sell.
(1) Sale of executive residence.
The treatment of sections 14.02, 15.07 (2) (j), 22
15.105 (5), 16.83 (title), (1), and (2) (intro.) and (a), (b), (c), and (d), and (3), 16.84 (1), 23
20.505 (4) (r), 20.525 (2), 20.865 (2) (e) and (eb), 20.867 (1) (b), and 25.35 of the 24
statutes takes effect on January 1, 2017.".