(e) 10. The amount that a political subdivision levies in that year 6
for purposes related to the replacement of lead pipe water service lines owned by the 7
(om) 1. If a school board adopts a resolution to do so, the limit 11
otherwise applicable to a school district under sub. (2m) in any school year is 12
increased by the amount spent by the school district in that school year on a project, 13
including the payment of debt service on a bond or note issued, or a state trust fund
loan obtained, to finance the project, to remediate lead contamination in water used 2
for drinking or food preparation in the school district. In this subdivision, the 3
amount spent by the school district includes costs incurred by the school district to 4
test for the presence of lead in water used for drinking or food preparation in school 5
buildings in the school district, to install a lead filtration device on a water fountain 6
or tap used to provide water used for drinking or food preparation, to provide potable 7
water to affected school buildings during remediation, and, if necessary, to replace 8
drinking fountains, pipes, solders, pipe fittings, and plumbing fixtures to and within 9
affected school buildings in the school district. The term of a bond or note issued or 10
state trust fund loan obtained to finance a project under this subdivision may not 11
exceed 20 years. If a school board issues a bond or note or obtains a state trust fund 12
loan to finance a project described in this subdivision, a resolution adopted by a 13
school board under this subdivision is valid for each school year in which the school 14
board pays debt service on the bond, note, or state trust fund loan.
2. Any additional revenue received by a school district under this paragraph 16
shall not be included in the base for determining the school district's limit under sub. 17
(2m) for the following school year.”.
“(4p) Levy limit lead water line replacement.
The treatment of s. 66.0602 (3) 20
(e) 10. first applies to a levy that is imposed in December 2019.”.