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HS 3.03(4) (4) “Five year phasing application" means state form HPD:WTC004, “Request for Five-Year Project Phasing.," available from the division of historic preservation, state historical society, 816 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
HS 3.03(5) (5) “Listing date" means the date on which the property or the district in which it is physically located is listed in the national register or state register.
HS 3.03(6) (6) “National register" means the list of properties and districts of historic, archeological, architectural, and engineering significance in the national register of historic places maintained by the national park service, U. S. department of the interior under provisions of 16 USC 470.
HS 3.03(7) (7) “Officer" means the state historic preservation officer appointed under s. 44.32, Stats.
HS 3.03(8) (8) “Outbuilding" means any building within the legal boundaries of a property that contains eligible property under sub. (3).
HS 3.03(9) (9) “Owner" means the natural person whose name is listed in the county register of deeds as holding record title to the property or who holds equitable title as a land contract vendee.
HS 3.03(10) (10) “Part 1 application" means state form HPD:WTC001, “Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part 1—Evaluation of Significance," available from the division of historic preservation, state historical society, 816 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
HS 3.03(11) (11) “Part 2 application" means state form HPD:WTC002, “Historic Preservation Certification Application, Part 2—Description of Rehabilitation," available from the division of historic preservation, state historical society, 816 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
HS 3.03(12) (12) “Part 3 application" means state form HPD:WTC003, “Request for Certification of Completed Work," available from the division of historic preservation, state historical society, 816 State Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.
HS 3.03(13) (13) “Physical work" means construction or destruction in preparation for construction.
HS 3.03(14) (14) “Project period" means the period from the start of physical work until the completion of all eligible activity.
HS 3.03(15) (15) “Rehabilitation work" means an activity that has received, or is the subject of an application to receive, a general certification by the society under s. HS 3.04, including both eligible activity and other physical work that may be undertaken during or within 12 months before the project period.
HS 3.03(16) (16) “Society" means the state historical society.
HS 3.03(17) (17) “State register" means the list of properties and districts of historic, archeological, architectural, and engineering significance in the Wisconsin state register of historic places maintained by the state historical society under s. 44.36, Stats., including interim listings under s. 44.36 (5) (a) 3., Stats.
HS 3.03 History History: Cr. Register, August, 1996, No. 488, eff. 9-1-96.
HS 3.04 HS 3.04 General certification by the society. For purposes of s. 71.07 (9r) (b) 3., Stats., a project is certified when the officer has made a determination of historic property under s. HS 3.05 and certifies in writing that the property is historic property and that the rehabilitation work meets the rehabilitation standards under s. HS 3.06. The officer shall rescind certification if the applicant does not submit a part 3 application under s. HS 3.06 (1) and (2) or the officer denies the part 3 application under s. HS 3.07 (5).
HS 3.04 History History: Cr. Register, August, 1996, No. 488, eff. 9-1-96.
HS 3.05 HS 3.05 Determination of historic property. Before the officer may certify the rehabilitation work, under s. HS 3.06, a property shall be determined to be historic property through the following processes:
HS 3.05(1) (1)Individually listed property.
HS 3.05(1)(a)(a) A property is historic property if the officer certifies that it is listed individually in the national register or the state register.
HS 3.05(1)(b) (b) The owner shall apply for and receive written determination of historic property by the officer. The owner shall apply using a part 1 application.
HS 3.05(1)(c) (c) If the rehabilitation project includes work on an outbuilding, the owner shall include in the part 1 application a description of the outbuilding and photographs for the officer to determine that the outbuilding contributes to the significance of the historic property.
HS 3.05(1)(d) (d) If the officer determines that the part 1 application is incomplete, the officer shall return it to the owner with recommendations for making it complete.
HS 3.05(1)(e) (e) If the officer determines that the part 1 application is complete, the officer shall review and approve or deny the part 1 application in writing.
HS 3.05(1)(f) (f) When the officer determines a property to be historic property, the officer shall sign the part 1 application and return it to the owner indicating that the property is historic property.
HS 3.05(2) (2)District property.
HS 3.05(2)(a)(a) A property is historic property if it is included in a district that is listed in the national register or the state register and if the officer certifies in writing that it contributes to the significance that caused the district to become eligible for listing in one or both registers.
HS 3.05(2)(b) (b) The owner shall apply for and receive written determination of historic property by the officer. The owner shall apply using a part 1 application.
HS 3.05(2)(c) (c) If the rehabilitation project includes work on an outbuilding, the owner shall include in the part 1 application a description of the outbuilding and photographs for the officer to determine that the outbuilding contributes to the significance of the historic property.
HS 3.05(2)(d) (d) If the officer determines that the part 1 application is incomplete, the officer shall return it to the owner with recommendations for making it complete.
HS 3.05(2)(e) (e) If the officer determines that the part 1 application is complete, the officer shall review and approve or deny the part 1 application in writing.
HS 3.05(2)(f) (f) When the officer determines a property to be historic property, the officer shall sign the part 1 application and return it to the owner indicating that the property is historic property.
HS 3.05(3) (3)Property determined eligible.
HS 3.05(3)(a)(a) A property is historic property if it is determined by the officer to be eligible for listing in the national register or the state register.