Relating to: limiting the authority of the state and political subdivisions to regulate certain wireless facilities and authorizing political subdivisions to impose setback requirements for certain mobile service support structures.
Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the rules be suspended and the bill be given its third reading.
Read a third time.
The question was: Passage of Senate Bill 239?
The ayes and noes were demanded and the vote was: ayes, 27; noes, 5; absent or not voting, 1; as follows:
Ayes - Senators Bernier, Bewley, Cowles, Craig, Darling, Erpenbach, Feyen, Fitzgerald, Hansen, Jacque, Johnson, Kapenga, Kooyenga, LeMahieu, Marklein, Nass, Olsen, Petrowski, Roth, Schachtner, Shilling, Smith, Stroebel, Testin, Tiffany, Wanggaard and Wirch - 27.
Noes - Senators Carpenter, Miller, Ringhand, Risser and L. Taylor - 5.
Absent or not voting - Senator Larson - 1.
Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that all action be immediately messaged to the Assembly:
Announcements, Adjournment Honors, and Remarks Under Special Privilege
Senator Wirch, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the Racine YMCA Spurs basketball team that won the championship game 28-25. The Spurs were led by Coaches Kevin Massey and De Andrae Woods and the team ended the year with 8 wins and 1 loss.
Senator Miller, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of three State Champions at the WIAA state Track and Field meet from the 16th Senate District. Kiara Lee, from LaFollette High School, won the Girls Triple Jump at 41-00.75. Parker Buske, from Madison East High School, won the Girls Long Jump at 18-09.5. Ladell Cannon, from LaFollette High School, won the boys Triple Jump at 47-03.75. Congratulations to these and all of the State Champions at the WIAA State Track and Field Meet.
Senator Darling, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of all of those that reached out to her during her time of recovery.
Senator Bewley, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the memory of a great man. Frank “Skip” Kempf of Glidden, born August 28, 1943, gave more of himself to his community than many people will ever hope to imagine. As a teacher and sports coach, he touched the lives of generations of students when he began teaching in his hometown of Glidden. As a businessman and executive director of both the Ashland Area and Park Falls Area Development Corporations, Skip demonstrated a keen business sense and managerial ability. He owned and operated many businesses such as Kempf’s Transportation, Kempf’s Sales and Service Auto Parts, Skip’s Amoco, and Black Bear Roller Rink. In his free time, Skip stayed active in the community and lives of his neighbors. He co-founded the Glidden Little and Pony Leagues, participated as a Parish Council Member at his church, trained as a volunteer firefighter, lead the Glidden Area Historical Society as president, and helped restore the Historical Museum. He was recognized for his impact in the community when he was named the Person of the Year by the Ashland Chamber of Commerce and elected to the Ashland County Board of Supervisors. Frank enjoyed playing with his grandchildren, spending time with his family at the lake, and making others laugh. Though he died on May 8th, 2019, Skip will be remembered for his impact in Glidden and all of northern Wisconsin, for his sense of humor and ability to fix anything that was broken, and the legacy of being a kind, giving person who never thought twice before helping out anywhere he could in the community.
Senator Johnson, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of her daughter, Sydney Lee, who turned 22 on Monday.
Senator Johnson, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Omozusi Smart Guobadia, who graduated from Morehouse College and is on his way to medical school.
Senator Carpenter, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the 75th Anniversary of the D-Day invasion.
Senator Wanggaard, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of his staffer, Eric Barber, who is celebrating his 25th birthday.
Senator Shilling, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the last days of school. This week and next week are the last days of schools here in Wisconsin. It’s been a long second semester with a lot of days cancelled due to the weather. Senator Shilling wants to adjourn in honor of all of our teachers, administrators, the school bus drivers, and the support staff that keep our kids fed and safe. So the next three months, parents have them back home and schedules are filling up, and certainly we want to recognize the end of the 2018-2019 school year and say thank you to all of those who have a positive impact on our kids and our grandkid throughout the year.
Senator Taylor, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Willie Sr. and Hilda Perkins, who opened the highly popular Milwaukee family-owned restaurant, Mr. Perkins. Opened 50 years ago, in 1969, A premier soul food destination, the restaurant was a favorite of celebrities and sports icons when they visited the city. It was nothing to be dining in Mr. Perkins and the entire Atlanta Hawks basketball team would come walking in or to sit down and realize you were eating next to Chicago Bulls great Michael Jordan. However most important, is that it has been a consistent gathering place for the community and a respected business partner.
Senator Taylor, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of Hemp History Week.
Senator Erpenbach, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of two of his constituents from Verona, Noelia Balinski and Talmage Balinski, who are taking part in the Page for a Day program during today’s session.
Senate Sergeant at Arms Ted Blazel, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate adjourn in honor of the Madison FC U17 Boys Gold soccer team that finished as State Finalists at the Wisconsin Youth Soccer Association State Cup on June 2, 2019. Madison FC advanced from the group stage by defeating the Milwaukee Bavarians, Oshkosh United Elite, and tying Madison 56ers Red. In the semifinal game they beat FC Wisconsin in a tight game that ended 1-1 in regulation and went to two overtime periods and was finally decided by penalty kicks. In the championship game they lost to SC Waukesha to finish a great season in second place. Madison FC U17 Boys were led by head coach Aymar Sinaise. The players are Adam Agans, Ben Bauman, Davey Blair, Ben Blazel, Rhys DeCoster, Jordy Foueppe, Zach Hausbeck, Colin Holtan, Ben Incha, Jackson Karls, Mason Lee, Cole LoBreglio, Davis Nelson, Dervon Parchment, Robby Paredes, Lawson Ruesch, Brett Schneider, Zach Zielke and Landon Zorn.
Senator Fitzgerald, with unanimous consent, asked that the Senate stand adjourned until Thursday, June 6, 2019.