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SB21-SSA1,1509,21 15(3d) Layoff procedures for certain employees of the department of natural
16resources.
The layoff procedures under section 230.34 (2) (a) of the statutes shall
17not apply to employees holding the 11.0 FTE SEG education-related positions and
18the 18.4 FTE SEG science services positions, funded from the appropriation accounts
19under section 20.370 (1) (mu), (2) (hq), (3) (fj), (mt), (mu), and (my), (4) (mu) and (mz),
20and (9) (iq), (mu), and (mz) of the statutes during the 2013-15 fiscal biennium, that
21are eliminated by this act.
SB21-SSA1,1510,2 22(3f) Audit of moneys received for forestry activities. The joint legislative
23audit committee is requested to direct the legislative audit bureau to perform an
24audit of the moneys received by the department of natural resources for forestry
25activities and how those moneys are spent. If the committee directs the legislative

1audit bureau to perform an audit, the bureau shall file its report as described under
2section 13.94 (1) (b) of the statutes on or before June 30, 2017.
SB21-SSA1,1510,10 3(4c) Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River commission. The department of
4natural resources shall provide in fiscal year 2015-16, from the appropriation under
5section 20.370 (5) (cq) of the statutes, as affected by this act, $200,000 to the
6Southeastern Wisconsin Fox River commission. The commission may use this
7funding for activities that are required or authorized under subchapter VI of chapter
833 of the statutes and that are consistent with the commission's implementation
9plan. The activities for which this funding is used may include the activities required
10under section 33.56 (1), (2), and (3) of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1510,11 11(4f) State parks study and report.
SB21-SSA1,1510,13 12(a) In this subsection, "department" means the department of natural
13resources.
SB21-SSA1,1510,16 14(b) The department shall study options for additional sources of revenue for
15operating and maintaining state parks. The department shall study at least all of
16the following options:
SB21-SSA1,1510,19 171. Using revenue generated from a program under which a person may
18voluntarily purchase a state park vehicle admission sticker when the person
19registers a vehicle with the department of transportation.
SB21-SSA1,1510,22 202. Using revenue generated from increased camping fees at state parks based
21on local market conditions or seasonal demand, based on the amenities or facilities
22offered by a park, or based on other features or conditions of a park.
SB21-SSA1,1511,2 23(c) The department shall prepare a report containing the results of its study
24conducted under paragraph (b). The report shall include revenue estimates from the
25options studied under paragraph (b) and shall include recommendations for closing

1the structural imbalance between the revenue generated from state park and
2camping fees and the cost to operate and maintain state parks.
SB21-SSA1,1511,7 3(d) The department shall submit the report under paragraph (c) on or before
4December 1, 2016, to the joint committee on finance, the governor, and the
5appropriate standing committees of the legislature, as determined by the speaker of
6the assembly and the president of the senate, in the manner provided under section
713.172 (3) of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1511,8 8(4v) Initial funding of forest management activities on federal land.
SB21-SSA1,1511,15 9(a) The department of natural resources shall submit to the cochairpersons of
10the joint committee on finance before January 1, 2016, a report on activities
11conducted under section 28.15 of the statutes since the effective date of this
12paragraph that were funded by the appropriation account under section 20.370 (1)
13(mv) of the statutes. The department shall include in the report a plan for use of
14moneys allocated for the purpose of supporting activities under section 28.15 of the
15statutes in fiscal year 2016-17.
SB21-SSA1,1511,20 16(b) The department shall submit to the cochairpersons of the joint committee
17on finance before January 1, 2016, a written request to supplement the appropriation
18under section 20.370 (1) (mv) of the statutes for the 2016-17 fiscal year for the
19purpose of paying the initial costs of administering and implementing a cooperative
20agreement and any contracts entered into under section 28.15 of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1512,2 21(c) If the cochairpersons of the joint committee on finance do not notify the
22department that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing
23the request within 14 working days after the date on which the department submits
24the request, the supplement is approved. If, within 14 working days after the date
25on which the department submits the request, the cochairpersons notify the

1department that the committee has scheduled a meeting for the purpose of reviewing
2the request, the supplement may occur only as approved by the committee.
SB21-SSA1,1512,4 3(d) The supplement shall be paid from the appropriation account under section
420.865 (4) (u) of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1512,10 5(4vw) State forest plan variance. On or before June 30, 2016, the department
6of natural resources shall propose a variance to the master plans of all state forests
7except for the southern state forests, as defined in section 27.016 (1) (c) of the
8statutes, and except for Governor Knowles State Forest to incorporate the
9requirements in section 28.04 (3) (am) of the statutes, as created by this act, with
10respect to land classified as a forest production area.
SB21-SSA1,1512,15 11(4vx) State forest plan amendment. Before March 1, 2017, the department of
12natural resources shall amend the master plans of all state forests except for the
13southern state forests, as defined in section 27.016 (1) (c) of the statutes, and except
14for Governor Knowles State Forest so that 75 percent of all the land in those state
15forests combined is classified as a forest production area.
SB21-SSA1,9133 16Section 9133. Nonstatutory provisions; Public Defender Board
SB21-SSA1,9134 17Section 9134. Nonstatutory provisions; Public Instruction.
SB21-SSA1,1512,22 18(2) Optional participation in cooperative educational service agencies.
19Notwithstanding section 116.065 (2) of the statutes, if a school board adopts a
20resolution to withdraw from a cooperative education service agency under section
21116.065 (1) of the statutes, as affected by this act, by no later than 30 days after the
22effective date of this subsection, the resolution is effective July 1, 2015.
SB21-SSA1,1513,11 23(5f) Representation and apportionment plans for election of members of
24certain unified school districts.
Notwithstanding section 120.42 (1m) (a) and (b)
25of the statutes, as created by this act, the school board of a unified school district

1described in section 120.42 (1) (d) 2. of the statutes, as created by this act, shall both
2establish a representation plan pursuant to section 120.42 (1m) (a) of the statutes,
3as created by this act, and adopt a district apportionment plan pursuant to section
4120.42 (1m) (b) of the statutes, as created by this act, before November 1, 2015.
5Nothwithstanding section 120.42 (2) of the statutes, the members of the school board
6of a unified school district described in section 120.42 (1) (d) 2. of the statutes, as
7created by this act, who hold office on the effective date of this subsection shall cease
8to hold office on the 4th Monday in April 2016. At the 2016 spring election, 9
9members shall be elected to the school board of the unified school district for terms
10established pursuant to the district apportionment plan and commencing on the 4th
11Monday in April 2016.
SB21-SSA1,1513,17 12(6q) Special Needs Scholarship Program. Notwithstanding section 115.7915
13(2) of the statutes, as created by this act, the department shall award a scholarship
14to a child to attend an eligible school in the 2016-17 school year under section
15115.7915 of the statutes, as created by this act, if the child satisfies the eligibility
16requirements under section 115.7915 (2) (b) to (d) and (f) of the statutes, as created
17by this act, and all of the following conditions are met:
SB21-SSA1,1513,20 18(a) The child applied to attend a public school in one or more nonresident school
19districts under section 118.51 of the statutes for the 2011-12, 2012-13, 2013-14,
202014-15, or 2015-16 school year.
SB21-SSA1,1513,22 21(b) The conditions under section 115.7915 (2) (a) 1. and 2. of the statutes, as
22created by this act, are satisfied for any of the school years specified in paragraph (a).
SB21-SSA1,1513,24 23(c) The child will attend a public school in this state for the entire 2015-16
24school year.
SB21-SSA1,9135
1Section 9135. Nonstatutory provisions; Public Lands, Board of
Commissioners of.
SB21-SSA1,9136 2Section 9136. Nonstatutory provisions; Public Service Commission.
SB21-SSA1,1514,11 3(1j) Industrial wind turbines. The public service commission shall conduct a
4review of studies conducted to ascertain the health effects of industrial wind turbines
5on persons residing near the turbine installations. If the review shows that there are
6substantially negative health effects on persons residing beyond the 1,250-foot
7setback distance specified in the rules promulgated by the public service commission
8under section 196.378 (4g) (b) of the statutes, the commission may, no later than 6
9months after completing the review, submit in proposed form any necessary
10revisions to those rules to the legislative council staff under section 227.15 (1) of the
11statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1514,17 12(2c) Commission members. Notwithstanding section 15.06 (1) (c) of the statutes,
13as created by this act, the commissioners of the public service commission appointed
14under section 15.06 (1) (a) of the statutes and the chairperson of the commission
15designated under section 15.06 (2), 2013 stats., shall remain in office until the
16expiration of their terms specified in section 15.06 (1) (a) of the statutes and in section
1715.06 (2), 2013 stats.
SB21-SSA1,1514,23 18(2q) State broadband office funding. Notwithstanding section 16.42 (1) (e) of
19the statutes, the public service commission, in submitting information under section
2016.42 of the statutes for purposes of the 2017-19 biennial budget bill, shall submit
21information concerning the appropriation under section 20.155 (1) (g) of the statutes,
22as affected by this act, as though the amount appropriated for the 2016-17 fiscal year
23had been $125,000 less than was actually appropriated.
SB21-SSA1,1514,24 24(2u) Universal service fund.
SB21-SSA1,1515,1
1(a) Definitions. In this subsection:
SB21-SSA1,1515,2 21. "Commission" means the public service commission.
SB21-SSA1,1515,5 32. "Contribution rates" means the rates of contribution to the fund that the
4commission requires for telecommunications providers under section 196.218 (3) of
5the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1515,6 63. "Fund" means the universal service fund.
SB21-SSA1,1515,8 74. "Telecommunication provider" has the meaning given in section 196.01 (8p)
8of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1515,20 9(b) Report. The commission shall submit a report to the joint committee on
10finance on the causes of unencumbered balances in the fund and the changes that
11could be made to the procedures for setting budgets for programs funded by the fund
12and establishing contribution rates that would reduce future unencumbered
13balances. The report shall recommend the level of fund balance that is appropriate
14to accommodate timing imbalances between revenues and expenditures. The report
15shall also explain how the commission incorporates unspent revenues in the fund's
16balance, in excess of any revenues needed to accommodate timing imbalances
17between revenues and expenditures, into contribution rates the commission requires
18for the 2015-16 fiscal year. The commission shall submit the report to the joint
19committee on finance prior to the committee's 3rd quarterly meeting in 2015 under
20section 13.10 of the statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1515,23 21(c) Prohibition. Notwithstanding section 196.218 (3) of the statutes, the
22commission may not revise contribution rates for fiscal year 2015-16 unless the joint
23committee on finance approves the report submitted under paragraph (b).
SB21-SSA1,9137 24Section 9137. Nonstatutory provisions; Revenue.
SB21-SSA1,1516,9
1(1j) Auditors. No later than December 31 of each year, beginning in 2016 and
2ending in 2020, the department of revenue shall submit a report to the joint
3committee on finance containing information from the previous fiscal year regarding
4the actual or estimated state tax revenues generated by, and expenditures associated
5with, the additional full-time equivalent auditor positions authorized under this act.
6The department of revenue shall include in its annual report the number of audits,
7and the revenue generated from those audits, that auditors conducted on persons
8who reside or have a commercial domicile outside this state compared to persons who
9reside or have a commercial domicile inside this state.
SB21-SSA1,9138 10Section 9138. Nonstatutory provisions; Safety and Professional
Services.
SB21-SSA1,1516,11 11(1) Transfer of prescription drug monitoring program.
SB21-SSA1,1516,16 12(a) Assets and liabilities. The assets and liabilities of the pharmacy examining
13board that the secretary of safety and professional services determines to be
14primarily related to the prescription drug monitoring program become the assets
15and liabilities of the controlled substances board on the effective date of this
16paragraph.
SB21-SSA1,1516,21 17(b) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
18tangible personal property, including records, of the pharmacy examining board that
19the secretary of safety and professional services determines to be primarily related
20to the prescription drug monitoring program is transferred to the controlled
21substances board.
SB21-SSA1,1517,6 22(c) Contracts. All contracts that were entered into by the pharmacy examining
23board, or by the department of safety and professional services on behalf of the
24pharmacy examining board, that the secretary of safety and professional services

1determines to be primarily related to the prescription drug monitoring program, and
2that are in effect on the effective date of this paragraph, remain in effect and are
3transferred to the controlled substances board. The controlled substances board
4shall carry out any obligations under such a contract until the contract is modified
5or rescinded by the controlled substances board to the extent allowed under the
6contract.
SB21-SSA1,1517,12 7(d) Rules and orders. All rules promulgated, and all orders issued, by the
8pharmacy examining board that the secretary of safety and professional services
9determines to be primarily related to the prescription drug monitoring program, and
10that are in effect on the effective date of this paragraph, remain in effect until their
11specified expiration date or until modified, amended, rescinded, or repealed by the
12controlled substances board.
SB21-SSA1,1517,18 13(e) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the pharmacy examining board
14that the secretary of safety and professional services determines to be primarily
15related to the prescription drug monitoring program is transferred to the controlled
16substances board, and all materials submitted to or actions taken by the pharmacy
17examining board with respect to the pending matter are considered as having been
18submitted to or taken by the controlled substances board.
SB21-SSA1,1517,19 19(5) Transfer of veterinary examining board.
SB21-SSA1,1517,24 20(a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
21liabilities of the department of safety and professional services primarily related to
22the functions of the veterinary examining board, as determined by the secretary of
23administration, shall become the assets and liabilities of the department of
24agriculture, trade and consumer protection.
SB21-SSA1,1518,5
1(b) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
2tangible personal property, including records, of the department of safety and
3professional services that is primarily related to the functions of the veterinary
4examining board, as determined by the secretary of administration, is transferred
5to the department of agriculture, trade, and consumer protection.
SB21-SSA1,1518,13 6(c) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the department of safety and
7professional services in effect on the effective date of this paragraph that are
8primarily related to the functions of the veterinary examining board, as determined
9by the secretary of administration, remain in effect and are transferred to the
10department of agriculture, trade and consumer protection. The department of
11agriculture, trade and consumer protection shall carry out any obligations under
12such a contract until the contract is modified or rescinded by the department of
13agriculture, trade and consumer protection to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1518,21 14(d) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the department of safety and
15professional services on the effective date of this paragraph that is primarily related
16to the functions of the veterinary examining board, as determined by the secretary
17of administration, is transferred to the department of agriculture, trade and
18consumer protection and all materials submitted to or actions taken by the
19department of safety and professional services with respect to the pending matters
20are considered as having been submitted to or taken by the department of
21agriculture, trade and consumer protection.
SB21-SSA1,1519,2 22(e) Fees. All fees for initial licenses, certifications, and other credentials, and
23for renewals of those licenses, certifications, and other credentials, under chapter
24453 of the statutes that are in effect on the day before the effective date of this
25paragraph shall remain in effect until modified by the department of agriculture,

1trade and consumer protection under section 89.063 of the statutes, as created by
2this act.
SB21-SSA1,1519,8 3(6c) Credential renewal fees for audiologists and speech-language
4pathologists.
Notwithstanding sections 440.03 (9), 440.05 (2) (a), 440.08 (2) (c) and
5(3) (a), and 459.24 (5) (a) of the statutes, the renewal fee for a license granted under
6subchapter II of chapter 459 of the statutes shall, instead of being determined under
7section 440.03 (9) of the statutes, be $75 with respect to the February 1, 2017,
8renewal date.
SB21-SSA1,9139 9Section 9139. Nonstatutory provisions; Secretary of State.
SB21-SSA1,1519,16 10(1q) Transfer of documents. On the effective date of this subsection, all
11documents in the possession of the secretary of state related to municipal name
12changes, reorganizations, and boundary record keeping functions, including those
13to which sections 60.05 (4), 60.065, 61.187 (2) (d), 61.189 (2), 62.02, 62.075 (5), 62.26
14(7), 66.0203 (7), 66.0211 (5), 66.0213 (4) and (6), 66.0215 (5), 66.0216 (5), 66.0217 (9)
15(a) and (b), 66.0219 (7), 66.0227 (5), 66.0301 (6) (e), and 66.0307 (10) apply, shall be
16transferred to, and become the property of, the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,9140 17Section 9140. Nonstatutory provisions; State Employment Relations,
Office of.
SB21-SSA1,1519,18 18(1) Elimination of the office of state employment relations.
SB21-SSA1,1519,21 19(a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
20liabilities of the office of state employment relations become the assets and liabilities
21of the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1520,3 22(b) Positions and employees. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
23positions and all incumbent employees in the classified service of the state civil
24service holding those positions in the office of state employment relations are

1transferred to the department of administration, except for 6.95 PR FTE positions,
2funded from the appropriation under s. 20.545 (1) (k), 2013 stats., that are identified
3by the secretary of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1520,9 4(c) Employee status. Employees transferred under paragraph (b) have all the
5rights and the same status under chapter 230 of the statutes in the department of
6administration that they enjoyed in the office of state employment relations
7immediately before the transfer. Notwithstanding section 230.28 (4) of the statutes,
8no employee so transferred who has attained permanent status in class is required
9to serve a probationary period.
SB21-SSA1,1520,12 10(d) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
11tangible personal property, including records, of the office of state employment
12relations is transferred to the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1520,17 13(e) Pending matters. Any matter pending with the office of state employment
14relations on the effective date of this paragraph is transferred to the department of
15administration. All materials submitted to or actions taken by the office of state
16employment relations are considered as having been submitted to or taken by the
17department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,1520,22 18(f) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the office of state employment
19relations in effect on the effective date of this paragraph remain in effect and are
20transferred to the department of administration. The department of administration
21shall carry out any obligations under those contracts unless modified or rescinded
22by that department to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1521,3 23(g) Rules and orders. All rules promulgated by the office of state employment
24relations in effect on the effective date of this paragraph remain in effect until their
25specified expiration dates or until amended or repealed by the department of

1administration. All orders issued by the office of state employment relations in effect
2on the effective date of this paragraph remain in effect until their specified expiration
3dates or until modified or rescinded by the department of administration.
SB21-SSA1,9141 4Section 9141. Nonstatutory provisions; State Fair Park Board.
SB21-SSA1,9142 5Section 9142. Nonstatutory provisions; Supreme Court.
SB21-SSA1,9143 6Section 9143. Nonstatutory provisions; Technical College System.
SB21-SSA1,1521,13 7(3j) Report relating to performance-based funding. In the 2015-17 fiscal
8biennium, the technical college system board shall review, and submit to the joint
9committee on finance a report on, the performance-based funding formula
10established under section 38.28 (2) (be) 1. of the statutes, as affected by this act. The
11report shall include possible changes to the performance-based funding formula and
12additional performance criteria that could be included under section 38.28 (2) (be)
131. of the statutes, as affected by this act.
SB21-SSA1,9144 14Section 9144. Nonstatutory provisions; Tourism.
SB21-SSA1,1521,16 15(2) Transfer of lower Wisconsin state riverway board to department of
16natural resources.
SB21-SSA1,1521,20 17(a) Assets and liabilities. On the effective date of this paragraph, the assets and
18liabilities of the department of tourism primarily related to the functions of the lower
19Wisconsin state riverway board, as determined by the secretary of administration,
20become the assets and liabilities of the department of natural resources.
SB21-SSA1,1521,25 21(b) Tangible personal property. On the effective date of this paragraph, all
22tangible personal property, including records, of the department of tourism that is
23primarily related to the functions of the lower Wisconsin state riverway board, as
24determined by the secretary of administration, is transferred to the department of
25natural resources.
SB21-SSA1,1522,7
1(c) Contracts. All contracts entered into by the department of tourism in effect
2on the effective date of this paragraph that are primarily related to the functions of
3the lower Wisconsin state riverway board, as determined by the secretary of
4administration, remain in effect and are transferred to the department of natural
5resources. The department of natural resources shall carry out any obligations
6under such a contract until the contract is modified or rescinded by the department
7of natural resources to the extent allowed under the contract.
SB21-SSA1,1522,14 8(3j) Study concerning tourism marketing expenditures; report. The
9department of tourism shall conduct a study of the statewide benefits of the
10marketing expenditures required under section 41.11 (6) of the statutes and any
11possible alternative marketing expenditures that could be made with the same
12funds. No later than January 1, 2017, the department of tourism shall submit to the
13joint committee on finance a report detailing its findings from the study conducted
14under this subsection.
SB21-SSA1,9145 15Section 9145. Nonstatutory provisions; Transportation.
SB21-SSA1,1522,23 16(1c) City of Kewaunee harbor assistance grant. In the 2015-16 fiscal year,
17from the appropriations under sections 20.395 (2) (cq) and 20.866 (2) (uv) of the
18statutes, as affected by this act, notwithstanding the eligibility criteria under section
1985.095 of the statutes, the department of transportation shall award a grant under
20section 85.095 (2) (a) of the statutes to the city of Kewaunee for harbor infrastructure
21improvements and repair and restoration of harbor facilities. The amount of the
22grant awarded under this subsection shall be $4,220,000 or the total cost of the
23project, whichever is less.
SB21-SSA1,1523,4 24(1d) State highway program audit. The joint legislative audit committee is
25requested to direct the legislative audit bureau to conduct a performance evaluation

1audit of the state highway program. If the committee directs the legislative audit
2bureau to conduct the audit, the bureau shall file its reports in the manner described
3under section 13.94 (1) (b) of the statutes by January 1, 2017. If conducted, the audit
4shall do all of the following:
SB21-SSA1,1523,9 5(a) Evaluate the department of transportation's traffic forecasting
6methodologies, assess the accuracy of its forecasts as compared to those produced by
7other states, assess the conformity of the department's traffic forecasting
8methodologies with relevant professional standards, and consider any other factor
9relevant to the assessment of the department's traffic forecasting methodologies.
SB21-SSA1,1523,13 10(b) The evaluation under paragraph (a) shall include a comparison of traffic
11forecasts provided by the department of transportation from 1990 to 2014 during
12federal environmental project reviews with postconstruction traffic counts in
13corresponding completed project locations.
SB21-SSA1,1523,18 14(c) The comparison under paragraph (b) shall include a comparison of the
15accuracy of the department of transportation's traffic forecasts for projects in the
16state highway rehabilitation program, the major highway development program, the
17southeast Wisconsin freeway rehabilitation program, and the southeast Wisconsin
18freeway megaprojects program.
SB21-SSA1,1523,25 19(d) Evaluate the processes and factors that the department of transportation
20uses to select the timing, type, and scope of highway improvements. The types of
21improvements evaluated shall include lane additions, increasing highway shoulder
22width, purchase of additional right-of-way, construction of bicycle and pedestrian
23facilities, changes to roadway geometric alignments, use of dynamic and static
24messaging signs, and inclusion of ramp gates, barriers, roundabouts, diverging
25diamond intersections, or aesthetic design elements in projects.
SB21-SSA1,1524,3
1(e) The evaluation under paragraph (d) shall include the total amount
2expended for each highway improvements type from fiscal year 2005-06 to fiscal
3year 2014-15 by fiscal year.
SB21-SSA1,1524,6 4(f) Assess whether the department of transportation could reduce state
5highway program expenditures on safety-related improvements without
6significantly reducing public safety.
SB21-SSA1,1524,11 7(g) Evaluate the extent to which the department of transportation has met,
8failed to meet, or exceeded minimum federal and state requirements for highway
9design and construction for fiscal year 2005-06 to fiscal year 2014-15 and the costs
10or savings associated with the department's practices related to compliance with
11highway design and construction requirements.
SB21-SSA1,1524,14 12(h) Audit the department of transportation's bidding practices related to the
13state highway program for fiscal year 2005-06 to fiscal year 2014-15 and assess the
14extent to which these practices have complied with state statutes.
SB21-SSA1,1524,16 15(i) Provide recommendations for the improvement or correction of practices of
16the department of transportation related to the components of this audit.
SB21-SSA1,1524,22 17(1f) General transportation aid payment to the town of Kendall.
18Notwithstanding any provision of section 86.30 of the statutes relating to amount of
19or eligibility for aids payments under that section, in the 2015-16 fiscal year, from
20the appropriation under section 20.395 (1) (ar) of the statutes, as affected by this act,
21the department of transportation shall make an aid payment of $24,800 to the town
22of Kendall in Lafayette County to correct a prior aid payment by the department.
SB21-SSA1,1524,2323 (1v) Contingent transportation bonding.
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