A wetland identification provided by the department under sub. (2) (b)
and a wetland confirmation provided by the department under sub. (2) (c)
remain effective for 15 years from the date provided by the department if all of the following conditions are met:
The department may not invalidate or amend an existing wetland delineation, or require a new wetland delineation, for a parcel to which subd. 1.
applies until the wetland identification or confirmation expires.
Included on maps.
If the department determines under this section that a parcel of land is likely to or does contain a wetland, or that it concurs with the boundaries of a wetland as delineated by a 3rd person, the department shall include this information on wetland maps prepared under s. 23.32
Fees for computer accessible water resource management information.
The department may charge a fee for providing any information that it maintains in a format that may be accessed by computer concerning the waters of this state, including maps and other water resource management information.
History: 1999 a. 9
; 2001 a. 104
Wetlands informational brochure.
The department shall furnish an informational brochure to cities, villages, towns, and counties for distribution to the public that describes the laws that apply to wetlands.
History: 2009 a. 373
Aerial photographic survey. 23.325(1)(1)
The department shall make, on a periodic basis, an aerial photographic survey of the state to provide the basis for state planning and resource and forestry management. In performing this duty, the department:
Shall consult with the department of administration, the department of transportation, and the state cartographer, and may consult with other potential users of the photographic products resulting from the survey, to determine the scope and character of the survey.
May contract with other state agencies or nongovernmental entities to carry out the photographic imagery acquisition phases of the survey and to prepare specific photographic products for use by federal, state and local agencies and the general public.
After consultation with the department of transportation and the state cartographer, the department of natural resources shall select the photographic products to be sold.
The department of administration shall establish sale prices for the photographic products. The department of administration shall establish sale prices annually at a level that at least equals the amount necessary to cover the costs of photographic imagery acquisition and the production of photographic products and the costs of selling and reproducing the productions.
The department of natural resources may sell and may enter into contracts to sell the photographic products.
All income received by the department of natural resources and the department of transportation from the sale of the photographic products, less the amount retained by the department of transportation under s. 85.10
, shall be deposited in the conservation fund.
All-terrain vehicles and utility terrain vehicles. 23.33(1)(1)
As used in this section:
“Accompanied" means being subject to continuous verbal direction or control.
“Agricultural purpose" includes a purpose related to the transportation of farm implements, equipment, supplies, or products on a farm or between farms.
“All-terrain vehicle club" means a club consisting of individuals that promotes the recreational use of all-terrain vehicles.
“All-terrain vehicle dealer" means a person engaged in the sale of all-terrain vehicles for a profit at wholesale or retail.
“All-terrain vehicle distributor" means a person who sells or distributes all-terrain vehicles to all-terrain vehicle dealers or who maintains distributor representatives.
“All-terrain vehicle manufacturer" means a person engaged in the manufacture of all-terrain vehicles for sale to the public.
“All-terrain vehicle renter" means a person engaged in the rental or leasing of all-terrain vehicles to the public.
“All-terrain vehicle route" means a highway or sidewalk designated for use by all-terrain vehicle operators by the governmental agency having jurisdiction as authorized under this section.
“All-terrain vehicle trail" means a marked corridor on public property or on private lands subject to public easement or lease, designated for use by all-terrain vehicle operators by the governmental agency having jurisdiction, but excluding roadways of highways except those roadways that are seasonally not maintained for motor vehicle traffic.
“Federal agency” means the United States, any department of the United States, or any corporation, agency, or instrumentality that is created, designated, or established by the United States.
“Golf cart" means a vehicle whose speed attainable in one mile does not exceed 20 miles per hour on a paved, level surface, and that is designed and intended to convey one or more persons and equipment to play the game of golf in an area designated as a golf course.
“Hazardous inhalant" means a substance that is ingested, inhaled, or otherwise introduced into the human body in a manner that does not comply with any cautionary labeling that is required for the substance under s. 100.37
or under federal law, or in a manner that is not intended by the manufacturer of the substance, and that is intended to induce intoxication or elation, to stupefy the central nervous system, or to change the human audio, visual, or mental processes.
“Immediate family" means persons who are related as spouses, as siblings or as parent and child.
“Intoxicant" means any alcohol beverage, hazardous inhalant, controlled substance, controlled substance analog or other drug, or any combination thereof.
“Intoxicated operation of an all-terrain or utility terrain vehicle law" means sub. (4c)
or a local ordinance in conformity therewith or, if the operation of an all-terrain or utility terrain vehicle is involved, s. 940.09
“Lac du Flambeau band" means the Lac du Flambeau band of Lake Superior Chippewa.
“Lac du Flambeau reservation" means the territory within the boundaries of the Lac du Flambeau reservation that were in existence on April 10, 1996.
“Land under the management and control of the person's immediate family" means land owned or leased by the person or a member of the person's immediate family over which the owner or lessee has management and control. This term excludes land owned or leased by an organization of which the person or a member of the person's immediate family is a member.
“Law enforcement officer" has the meaning specified under s. 165.85 (2) (c)
and includes a person appointed as a conservation warden by the department under s. 23.10 (1)
“Mini-truck" means a motor truck, as defined in s. 340.01 (34)
, having a top speed of not more than 60 miles per hour, and that is all of the following:
Powered by an internal combustion engine with a piston or rotor displacement of not less than 660 cubic centimeters.
Manufactured with a locking enclosed cab and a heated interior.
“Operate" means to exercise physical control over the speed or direction of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle or to physically manipulate or activate any of the controls of the vehicle necessary to put it in motion.
“Operation" means the exercise of physical control over the speed or direction of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle or the physical manipulation or activation of any of the controls of the vehicle necessary to put it in motion.
“Operator" means a person who operates an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle, who is responsible for the operation of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle or who is supervising the operation of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle.
“Owner" means a person who has lawful possession of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle by virtue of legal title or equitable interest in the vehicle which entitles the person to possession of the vehicle.
“Preferred route” means an all-terrain vehicle route marked with signs to assist all-terrain vehicle operators in navigating to needed services such as fueling stations, restaurants, lodging, or other business establishments.
“Proof," when used in reference to evidence of a registration document, safety certificate, trail pass, or temporary trail use receipt, means the original registration document, safety certificate, trail pass, or temporary trail use receipt issued by the department or an agent appointed under sub. (2) (i) 3.
or (2j) (f) 1.
or any alternative form of proof designated by rule under s. 23.47 (1)
“Purpose of authorized analysis" means for the purpose of determining or obtaining evidence of the presence, quantity or concentration of any intoxicant in a person's blood, breath or urine.
“Registration document" means an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle registration certificate, a temporary operating receipt, or a registration decal.
“Restricted controlled substance" means any of the following:
A controlled substance included in schedule I under ch. 961
other than a tetrahydrocannabinol.
Delta-9-tetrahydrocannabinol, excluding its precursors or metabolites, at a concentration of one or more nanograms per milliliter of a person's blood.
“Small all-terrain vehicle" means an all-terrain vehicle that has 4 wheels and that has either an engine certified by the manufacturer at not more than 130 cubic centimeters or an equivalent power unit.
“Small utility terrain vehicle" means a utility terrain vehicle that has 4 wheels and that has either an engine certified by the manufacturer at not more than 200 cubic centimeters or an equivalent power unit.
“Snow removal device" means an attachment designed and installed for the purpose of removing snow. An attachment under this paragraph may be a plow blade, blower, bucket, or brush.
“State agency” means any office, department, or independent agency in the executive branch of state government.
“Temporary operating receipt" means a receipt issued by the department or an agent under sub. (2) (ig) 1. a.
that shows that an application and the required fees for a registration certificate have been submitted to the department or an agent appointed under sub. (2) (i) 3.
“Test facility" means a test facility or agency prepared to administer tests under s. 343.305 (2)
“Used exclusively on private property" means use of an all-terrain vehicle or utility terrain vehicle by the owner of the vehicle or a member of his or her immediate family only on land owned or leased by the vehicle owner or a member of his or her immediate family.
“Utility terrain vehicle" means any of the following:
A commercially designed and manufactured motor driven device that does not meet federal motor vehicle safety standards in effect on July 1, 2012, that is not a golf cart, low-speed vehicle, dune buggy, mini-truck, or tracked vehicle, that is designed to be used primarily off of a highway, and that has, and was originally manufactured with, all of the following:
A width of not more than 65 inches as measured laterally between the outermost wheel rim on each side of the vehicle, exclusive of tires, mirrors, and accessories that are not essential to the vehicle's basic operation.
A system of seat belts, or a similar system, for restraining each occupant of the device in the event of an accident.
A system of structural members designed to reduce the likelihood that an occupant would be crushed as the result of a rollover of the device.