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AB64-ASA1,973 18Section 973 . 50.49 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,549,2519 50.49 (6) (a) Except as provided in s. 50.498, the department shall issue a home
20health agency license if the applicant is fit and qualified, and if the home health
21agency meets the requirements established by this section. The Except as provided
22in par. (am), the
department, or its designated representatives, shall make such
23inspections and investigations as are necessary to determine the conditions existing
24in each case and file written reports. Each licensee shall annually file a report with
25the department.
AB64-ASA1,974
1Section 974. 50.49 (6) (am) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,550,102 50.49 (6) (am) In lieu of performing its own inspection or investigation under
3par. (a), the department may recognize as evidence for purposes of licensure
4accreditation of the home health agency by an organization that is approved by the
5federal centers for Medicare and Medicaid services and that meets any requirements
6established by the department. The home health agency shall provide the
7department with a copy of the report by the accreditation organization of each
8periodic review the organization conducts of the home health agency for the
9department's use in tracking compliance, investigating complaints, and conducting
10further surveys.
AB64-ASA1,976 11Section 976 . 50.92 (4) (b) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,550,2112 50.92 (4) (b) In lieu of inspecting or investigating a hospice under sub. (3) prior
13to issuance of a license, the department may accept evidence that a hospice applying
14for licensure under s. 50.93 has been inspected under and is currently in compliance
15with the hospice requirements of the joint commission for the
accreditation of health
16organizations
as a hospice from an organization that is approved by the federal
17centers for Medicare and Medicaid services and that meets any requirements
18established by the department
. A hospice shall provide the department with a copy
19of the report by the joint commission for the accreditation of health organizations
20organization of each periodic review the association organization conducts of the
21hospice.
AB64-ASA1,977 22Section 977 . 51.042 of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,550,24 2351.042 Youth crisis stabilization facilities. (1) Definitions. In this
24section:
AB64-ASA1,551,5
1(a) “Crisis” means a situation caused by an individual's apparent mental
2disorder that results in a high level of stress or anxiety for the individual, persons
3providing care for the individual, or the public and that is not resolved by the
4available coping methods of the individual or by the efforts of those providing
5ordinary care or support for the individual.
AB64-ASA1,551,86 (b) “Youth crisis stabilization facility” is a treatment facility with a maximum
7of 8 beds that admits a minor to prevent or de-escalate the minor's mental health
8crisis and avoid admission of the minor to a more restrictive setting.
AB64-ASA1,551,12 9(2) Certification required; exemption. (a) No person may operate a youth
10crisis stabilization facility without a certification from the department. The
11department may limit the number of certifications it grants to operate a youth crisis
12stabilization facility.
AB64-ASA1,551,1413 (b) A youth crisis stabilization facility that has a certification from the
14department under this section is not subject to facility regulation under ch. 48.
AB64-ASA1,551,18 15(3) Admission of minors. A minor may be admitted to a youth crisis
16stabilization facility under this section by a court order under s. 51.20 (13) (a) 3. or
17through the procedure under s. 51.13. No person may transport a minor to a youth
18crisis stabilization facility for detention under s. 51.15.
AB64-ASA1,551,19 19(4) Rules. The department may promulgate rules to implement this section.
AB64-ASA1,978f 20Section 978f. 51.20 (5) of the statutes is renumbered 51.20 (5) (a) and amended
21to read:
AB64-ASA1,552,422 51.20 (5) (a) The hearings which are required to be held under this chapter
23shall conform to the essentials of due process and fair treatment including the right
24to an open hearing, the right to request a closed hearing, the right to counsel, the
25right to present and cross-examine witnesses, the right to remain silent and the

1right to a jury trial if requested under sub. (11). The parent or guardian of a minor
2who is the subject of a hearing shall have the right to participate in the hearing and
3to be represented by counsel. All proceedings under this chapter shall be reported
4as provided in SCR 71.01.
AB64-ASA1,552,8 5(b) The court may determine to hold a hearing under this section at the
6institution at which the individual is detained, whether or not located in the same
7county as the court with which the petition was filed, unless the individual or his or
8her attorney objects.
AB64-ASA1,978k 9Section 978k. 51.20 (5) (c) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,552,1510 51.20 (5) (c) 1. In a county in which the courthouse is 100 miles or more away
11from the facility at which the subject of the hearing is detained and has
12videoconferencing capabilities that meet the technical and operational standards
13under s. 885.54, the court may conduct the hearing under this section by
14videoconference unless both the corporation counsel and counsel representing the
15subject of the hearing object.
AB64-ASA1,552,1716 2. Subdivision 1. does not preclude a court from conducting a hearing by
17videoconference in circumstances other than described under subd. 1.
AB64-ASA1,979 18Section 979 . 51.44 (3) (d) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,552,2119 51.44 (3) (d) From the appropriation under s. 20.435 (7) (bt), the department
20may pay the nonfederal share of Medical Assistance costs for services provided under
21s. 49.45 (54) (c).
AB64-ASA1,979k 22Section 979k. 51.45 (13) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,553,1023 51.45 (13) (d) Whenever it is desired to involuntarily commit a person, a
24preliminary hearing shall be held under this paragraph. The purpose of the
25preliminary hearing shall be to determine if there is probable cause for believing that

1the allegations of the petition under par. (a) are true. The court shall assure that the
2person is represented by counsel at the preliminary hearing by referring the person
3to the state public defender, who shall appoint counsel for the person without a
4determination of indigency, as provided in s. 51.60. Counsel shall have access to all
5reports and records, psychiatric and otherwise, which have been made prior to the
6preliminary hearing. The person shall be present in person or by videoconference
7under s. 51.20 (5) (c)
at the preliminary hearing and shall be afforded a meaningful
8opportunity to be heard. Upon failure to make a finding of probable cause under this
9paragraph, the court shall dismiss the petition and discharge the person from the
10custody of the county department.
AB64-ASA1,979p 11Section 979p. 51.61 (1) (z) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,553,1412 51.61 (1) (z) In the case of a patient committed under ch. 980, have the right
13to have a county department submit a report under s. 980.08 (4) (dm) within the time
14frame specified under that paragraph.
AB64-ASA1,980s 15Section 980s. 59.17 (2) (b) 3. (intro.) of the statutes is renumbered 59.17 (2)
16(b) 3. and amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,554,817 59.17 (2) (b) 3. Exercise the authority under s. 59.52 (6) (a) that would
18otherwise be exercised by a county board, except that the county board may continue
19to exercise the authority under s. 59.52 (6) with regard to land that is zoned as a park
20on or after July 14, 2015, other than land zoned as a park in the city of Milwaukee
21that is located within the area west of Lincoln Memorial Drive, south of E. Michigan
22Street, east of N. Van Buren Street, and north of E. Clybourn Avenue
. With regard
23to the sale, acquisition, or lease as landlord or tenant of property, other than certain
24park land as described in this subdivision,
the county executive's action need not
25must be consistent with established county board policy and may take effect without

1submission to or approval by
must be approved by the county board. The proceeds
2of the sale of property as authorized under this subdivision shall first be applied to
3any debt attached to the property. Before the county executive's sale of county land
4may take effect, a majority of the following must sign a document, a copy of which
5will be attached to the bill of sale and a copy of which will be retained by the county,
6certifying that they believe the sale is in the best interests of the county:
to take
7effect. The county board may only approve or reject the contract as negotiated by the
8county executive.
AB64-ASA1,980se 9Section 980se. 59.17 (2) (b) 3. a. to c. of the statutes are repealed.
AB64-ASA1,981 10Section 981 . 59.20 (3) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,554,2211 59.20 (3) (a) Every sheriff, clerk of the circuit court, register of deeds, treasurer,
12comptroller, register of probate, clerk, and county surveyor shall keep his or her office
13at the county seat in the offices provided by the county or by special provision of law;
14or if there is none, then at such place as the board directs. The board may also require
15any elective or appointive county official to keep his or her office at the county seat
16in an office to be provided by the county. All such officers shall keep their offices open
17during the usual business hours of any day except Sunday, as the board directs. With
18proper care, the officers shall open to the examination of any person all books and
19papers required to be kept in his or her office and permit any person so examining
20to take notes and copies of such books, records, papers, or minutes therefrom except
21as authorized in par. (c) and ss. 19.36 (10) to (12) and (11) and 19.59 (3) (d) or under
22ch. 69.
AB64-ASA1,981e 23Section 981e. 59.255 (2) (L) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,554,2524 59.255 (2) (L) The comptroller shall administer accounts payable, payroll,
25accounting, and financial information systems.
AB64-ASA1,981h
1Section 981h. 59.52 (6) (intro.) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,555,32 59.52 (6) Property. (intro.) Except as provided in s. 59.17 (2) (b) 3., the The
3board may:
AB64-ASA1,981m 4Section 981m. 59.52 (6) (a) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,555,175 59.52 (6) (a) How acquired; purposes. Take Except as provided in s. 59.17 (2)
6(b) 3., take
and hold land acquired under ch. 75 and acquire, lease or rent property,
7real and personal, for public uses or purposes of any nature, including without
8limitation acquisitions for county buildings, airports, parks, recreation, highways,
9dam sites in parks, parkways and playgrounds, flowages, sewage and waste disposal
10for county institutions, lime pits for operation under s. 59.70 (24), equipment for
11clearing and draining land and controlling weeds for operation under s. 59.70 (18),
12ambulances, acquisition and transfer of real property to the state for new collegiate
13institutions or research facilities, and for transfer to the state for state parks and for
14the uses and purposes specified in s. 23.09 (2) (d). The power of condemnation may
15not be used to acquire property for the purpose of establishing or extending a
16recreational trail; a bicycle way, as defined in s. 340.01 (5s); a bicycle lane, as defined
17in s. 340.01 (5e); or a pedestrian way, as defined in s. 346.02 (8) (a).
AB64-ASA1,982b 18Section 982b. 59.52 (7) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,556,1019 59.52 (7) Joint cooperation. The board may join with the state, other counties
20and municipalities in a cooperative arrangement as provided by s. 66.0301, including
21the acquisition, development, remodeling, construction, equipment, operation and
22maintenance of land, buildings and facilities for regional projects, whether or not
23such projects are located within the county. If a county is required to establish or
24maintain an agency, department, commission, or any other office or position to carry
25out a county responsibility, and the county joins with another county or municipality

1by entering into an intergovernmental cooperation contract under s. 66.0301 (2) to
2jointly carry out the responsibility, the jointly established or maintained agency,
3department, commission, or any other office or position to which the contract applies
4fulfills the county's obligation to establish or maintain such entities or positions until
5the contract entered into under s. 66.0301 (2) expires or is terminated by the parties.
6In addition, if 2 or more counties enter into an intergovernmental cooperation
7contract and create a commission under s. 66.0301 (2) to jointly or regionally
8administer a function or project, the commission shall be considered to be a single
9entity that represents, and may act on behalf of, the joint interests of the signatories
10to the contract entered into under s. 66.0301 (2).
AB64-ASA1,982f 11Section 982f. 59.52 (31) (e) of the statutes is repealed.
AB64-ASA1,982i 12Section 982i. 59.69 (10) (ab) of the statutes is renumbered 59.69 (10) (ab)
13(intro.) and amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,556,1414 59.69 (10) (ab) (intro.) In this subsection “ nonconforming use":
AB64-ASA1,556,17 153. “Nonconforming use” means a use of land, a dwelling, or a building that
16existed lawfully before the current zoning ordinance was enacted or amended, but
17that does not conform with the use restrictions in the current ordinance.
AB64-ASA1,982ib 18Section 982ib. 59.69 (10) (ab) 1. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,556,2119 59.69 (10) (ab) 1. “Contiguous” means sharing a common boundary or being
20separated only by a waterway, section line, public road, private road, transportation
21right-of-way, or utility right-of-way.
AB64-ASA1,982ic 22Section 982ic. 59.69 (10) (ab) 2. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,557,323 59.69 (10) (ab) 2. “Nonconforming quarry site” means land on which a quarry
24existed lawfully before the quarry became a nonconforming use, and includes any
25parcel of land that, as of the effective date of this subdivision .... [LRB inserts date],

1is contiguous to the land on which the quarry is located, is under the common
2ownership, leasehold, or control of the person who owns, leases, or controls the land
3on which the quarry is located, and is located in the same political subdivision.
AB64-ASA1,982id 4Section 982id. 59.69 (10) (ab) 4. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,557,55 59.69 (10) (ab) 4. “Quarry” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2) (d).
AB64-ASA1,982ie 6Section 982ie. 59.69 (10) (ab) 5. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,557,87 59.69 (10) (ab) 5. “Quarry operations” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2)
8(e).
AB64-ASA1,982if 9Section 982if. 59.69 (10) (ap) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,557,1410 59.69 (10) (ap) Notwithstanding par. (am), an ordinance enacted under this
11section may not prohibit the continued operation of a quarry at a nonconforming
12quarry site. For purposes of this paragraph, the continued operation of a quarry
13includes conducting quarry operations in an area of a nonconforming quarry site in
14which quarry operations have not previously been conducted.
AB64-ASA1,982ig 15Section 982ig. 59.69 (10s) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,557,1916 59.69 (10s) Renewal of quarry permits. (a) Except as provided in par. (b), a
17county shall, upon submission by a quarry operator of an application for renewal of
18a permit, as defined in s. 66.0414 (2) (a), renew the permit if the permit has a duration
19of less than 10 years.
AB64-ASA1,557,2420 (b) A county may deny the renewal of a permit, as defined in s. 66.0414 (2) (a),
21having a duration of less than 10 years if the holder of the permit fails to cure a
22material violation of a condition of the permit after reasonable notice from the county
23of the violation and a reasonable opportunity for the quarry operator to cure the
24violation.
AB64-ASA1,982m
1Section 982m. 60.61 (5) (ab) of the statutes is renumbered 60.61 (5) (ab)
2(intro.) and amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,33 60.61 (5) (ab) (intro.) In this subsection “ nonconforming use":
AB64-ASA1,558,6 42. “Nonconforming use” means a use of land, a dwelling, or a building that
5existed lawfully before the current zoning ordinance was enacted or amended, but
6that does not conform with the use restrictions in the current ordinance.
AB64-ASA1,982mb 7Section 982mb. 60.61 (5) (ab) 1. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,98 60.61 (5) (ab) 1. “Nonconforming quarry site” has the meaning given in s. 59.69
9(10) (ab) 2.
AB64-ASA1,982mc 10Section 982mc. 60.61 (5) (ab) 3. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,1111 60.61 (5) (ab) 3. “Quarry” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2) (d).
AB64-ASA1,982md 12Section 982md. 60.61 (5) (ab) 4. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,1413 60.61 (5) (ab) 4. “Quarry operations” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2)
14(e).
AB64-ASA1,982me 15Section 982me. 60.61 (5) (as) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,2016 60.61 (5) (as) Notwithstanding par. (am), an ordinance enacted under this
17section may not prohibit the continued operation of a quarry at a nonconforming
18quarry site. For purposes of this paragraph, the continued operation of a quarry
19includes conducting quarry operations in an area of a nonconforming quarry site in
20which quarry operations have not previously been conducted.
AB64-ASA1,982mf 21Section 982mf. 60.61 (5s) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,558,2522 60.61 (5s) Renewal of quarry permits. (a) Except as provided in par. (b), a
23town shall, upon submission by a quarry operator of an application for renewal of a
24permit, as defined in s. 66.0414 (2) (a), renew the permit if the permit has a duration
25of less than 10 years.
AB64-ASA1,559,5
1(b) A town may deny the renewal of a permit, as defined in s. 66.0414 (2) (a),
2having a duration of less than 10 years if the holder of the permit fails to cure a
3material violation of a condition of the permit after reasonable notice from the town
4of the violation and a reasonable opportunity for the quarry operator to cure the
5violation.
AB64-ASA1,982p 6Section 982p. 60.782 (2) (d) of the statutes is amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,559,127 60.782 (2) (d) Lease or acquire, including by condemnation, any real property
8situated in this state that may be needed for the purposes of s. 23.09 (19), 23.094 (3g)
9or 30.275 (4). The power of condemnation may not used to acquire property for the
10purpose of establishing or extending a recreational trail; a bicycle way, as defined in
11s. 340.01 (5s); a bicycle lane, as defined in s. 340.01 (5e); or a pedestrian way, as
12defined in s. 346.02 (8) (a).
AB64-ASA1,982pg 13Section 982pg. 61.34 (3) of the statutes is renumbered 61.34 (3) (a) and
14amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,559,2315 61.34 (3) (a) The Except as provided in par. (b), the village board may acquire
16property, real or personal, within or outside the village, for parks, libraries,
17recreation, beautification, streets, water systems, sewage or waste disposal, harbors,
18improvement of watercourses, public grounds, vehicle parking areas, and for any
19other public purpose; may acquire real property within or contiguous to the village,
20by means other than condemnation, for industrial sites; may improve and beautify
21the same; may construct, own, lease and maintain buildings on such property for
22instruction, recreation, amusement and other public purposes; and may sell and
23convey such property. Condemnation shall be as provided by ch. 32.
AB64-ASA1,982pm 24Section 982pm. 61.34 (3) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,560,4
161.34 (3) (b) The village board may not use the power of condemnation to
2acquire property for the purpose of establishing or extending a recreational trail; a
3bicycle way, as defined in s. 340.01 (5s); a bicycle lane, as defined in s. 340.01 (5e);
4or a pedestrian way, as defined in s. 346.02 (8) (a).
AB64-ASA1,982pr 5Section 982pr. 62.22 (1) of the statutes is renumbered 62.22 (1) (a) and
6amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,560,157 62.22 (1) (a) The Except as provided in par. (b), the governing body of any city
8may by gift, purchase or condemnation acquire property, real or personal, within or
9outside the city, for parks, recreation, water systems, sewage or waste disposal,
10airports or approaches thereto, cemeteries, vehicle parking areas, and for any other
11public purpose; may acquire real property within or contiguous to the city, by means
12other than condemnation, for industrial sites; may improve and beautify the same;
13may construct, own, lease and maintain buildings on such property for public
14purposes; and may sell and convey such property. The power of condemnation for any
15such purpose shall be as provided by ch. 32.
AB64-ASA1,982pt 16Section 982pt. 62.22 (1) (b) of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,560,2017 62.22 (1) (b) The governing body of any city may not use the power of
18condemnation to acquire property for the purpose of establishing or extending a
19recreational trail; a bicycle way, as defined in s. 340.01 (5s); a bicycle lane, as defined
20in s. 340.01 (5e); or a pedestrian way, as defined in s. 346.02 (8) (a).
AB64-ASA1,982q 21Section 982q. 62.23 (7) (ab) of the statutes is renumbered 62.23 (7) (ab) (intro.)
22and amended to read:
AB64-ASA1,560,2423 62.23 (7) (ab) Definition Definitions. (intro.) In this subsection
24“nonconforming use":
AB64-ASA1,561,3
12. “Nonconforming use” means a use of land, a dwelling, or a building that
2existed lawfully before the current zoning ordinance was enacted or amended, but
3that does not conform with the use restrictions in the current ordinance.
AB64-ASA1,982qb 4Section 982qb. 62.23 (7) (ab) 1. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,561,65 62.23 (7) (ab) 1. “Nonconforming quarry site” has the meaning given in s. 59.69
6(10) (ab) 2.
AB64-ASA1,982qc 7Section 982qc. 62.23 (7) (ab) 3. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,561,88 62.23 (7) (ab) 3. “Quarry” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2) (d).
AB64-ASA1,982qd 9Section 982qd. 62.23 (7) (ab) 4. of the statutes is created to read:
AB64-ASA1,561,1110 62.23 (7) (ab) 4. “Quarry operations” has the meaning given in s. 66.0414 (2)
11(e).
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