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348.27(19)(d)1.a. a. The applicant's contact information.
348.27(19)(d)1.b. b. A listing or map of the highways that may potentially be traveled under authorization of the permit.
348.27(19)(d)1.c. c. Identification of the types of implements of husbandry or agricultural commercial motor vehicles for which the application is made; the length, number of axles, make, model, and estimated weight of the implements of husbandry or agricultural commercial motor vehicles; and the time of year and frequency that these implements of husbandry or agricultural commercial motor vehicles are expected to be operated on the highway.
348.27(19)(d)1.cm. cm. If the application is for operation of a 2-vehicle combination transporting by trailer or semitrailer an implement of husbandry or agricultural commercial motor vehicle, a description of the power unit and trailer or semitrailer of the 2-vehicle combination, including make, model, estimated vehicle weight, and vehicle registration number, if applicable.
348.27(19)(d)1.d. d. Changes to the original application when requesting an amendment to a previously issued no-fee permit.
348.27(19)(d)1.e. e. Any other information considered necessary by the department to determine the acceptability of the application.
348.27(19)(d)1m. 1m. The application form under subd. 1. for a no-fee permit shall provide the applicant an opportunity to identify, in one application, multiple identical vehicles or vehicle combinations constituting implements of husbandry or agricultural commercial motor vehicles for which application is made if each such implement of husbandry or agricultural motor vehicle will be operated on the same highways identified by the applicant under par. (c) 3.
348.27(19)(d)2. 2. The department shall prescribe a procedure for the submission of applications to the maintaining authority under par. (b) 1. and 2. The procedure shall allow an application to be submitted by mail, including certified mail, by electronic transmission, or in person, and shall include a method for accurately documenting the date of receipt of the application regardless of which delivery method is used.
348.27(19)(d)3.a.a. Except as provided in subd. 3. b., c., d., and e., a maintaining authority shall keep confidential all information provided by an applicant for a permit under this subsection and this information is not open to public inspection, copying, or disclosure under s. 19.35.
348.27(19)(d)3.b. b. A maintaining authority described in par. (a) 2. shall disclose to the department, upon its request, information provided by an applicant for a permit under this subsection, but the department shall keep the information confidential, and this information is not open to public inspection, copying, or disclosure under s. 19.35.
348.27(19)(d)3.c. c. A maintaining authority shall, upon request, disclose to a law enforcement agency, for use only for law enforcement purposes, information provided by an applicant for a permit under this subsection.
348.27(19)(d)3.d. d. This subdivision does not prohibit a maintaining authority from disclosing on a permit under this subsection the information necessary to carry out the purpose of the permit.
348.27(19)(d)3.e. e. This subdivision does not prohibit a maintaining authority from disclosing information to the permit applicant or the applicant's agent or from disclosing, in any court proceeding, information necessary for judicial review of the maintaining authority's decision.
348.27(19)(d)4. 4. In making its initial determination on an application for a no-fee permit under this subsection, a municipality is not subject to the requirements under subch. V of ch. 19.
348.27(19)(e)1.1. In this paragraph, “ adverse determination" means the denial of an application for issuance or amendment of a no-fee permit under this subsection.
348.27(19)(e)2. 2. Notwithstanding s. 348.25 (9), any person aggrieved by an adverse determination by a municipality or county may obtain review of the adverse determination in the manner provided in ch. 68 or as provided under an ordinance or resolution adopted under s. 68.16. However, review of the initial determination of the municipality or county, under s. 68.09 or 68.10 or under the equivalent provision of an ordinance or resolution adopted by a municipality under s. 68.16, shall be made by, respectively, the governing body of the municipality or the county highway committee of the county. Notwithstanding ss. 19.83 (1) and 19.85 (1), any deliberation or proceeding, at a meeting of the governing body of a municipality or county or any of its committees, related to review of an adverse determination shall be conducted in closed session, with the permit applicant and any agent of the applicant present for any evidentiary hearing or argument. The municipality or county shall keep confidential all information provided by or on behalf of the permit applicant during the proceeding and this information is not open to public inspection, copying, or disclosure under s. 19.35, except that this information may be included in the written decision provided to the permit applicant or applicant's agent and may be disclosed in any court proceeding for judicial review of the decision.
348.27(19)(e)3. 3. Any person aggrieved by an adverse determination by the department may petition as provided in s. 348.25 (9).
348.27 Cross-reference Cross-reference: See also chs. Trans 230 and 250, Wis. adm. code.
348.27 Annotation That the department of transportation issues, denies, suspends, and revokes permits under this section, does not deny a sheriff deputy's authority to issue a citation for a violation of this section. County of Milwaukee v. Superior of Wisconsin, 2000 WI App 75, 234 Wis. 2d 218, 610 N.W.2d 484, 98-2851.
348.27 Annotation Municipalities do not have the authority to regulate, by permit or license, vehicles that have been issued permits by the Department of Transportation under sub. (9r). OAG 1-18.
348.28 348.28 Permits to be carried.
348.28(1)(1)
348.28(1)(a) (a) Permits issued under ss. 348.25, 348.26 and 348.27, other than a permit described in s. 348.27 (19) (b) 5. b., shall be carried on the vehicle during operations so permitted.
348.28(1)(b) (b) Permits issued under s. 348.27 (19) that are required to be carried on the vehicle under par. (a) may be carried and produced in either printed or electronic format, including by display of electronic images on a cellular telephone or other electronic device. If the permit is displayed in electronic format on any cellular telephone or other electronic device, a traffic officer or inspector under s. 110.07 (3) may not view, and producing the permit in electronic format is not considered consent for the traffic officer or inspector to view, any content on the telephone or other device except the permit.
348.28(2) (2)Any person violating this section may be required to forfeit not less than $10 nor more than $20 for the first offense and not less than $25 nor more than $50 for the 2nd and each subsequent conviction within one year.
348.29 348.29 Weight limitations for certain permits. Notwithstanding s. 348.15 (3) (c), for any vehicle or vehicle combination operating under a permit issued under s. 348.26 (8) or 348.27 (17), the gross weight imposed on the highway by any group of 6 or more consecutive axles of a vehicle or combination of vehicles may not exceed the maximum gross weights in the following table for each of the respective distances between axles and the respective numbers of axles of a group: [See Figure 348.29 following] - See PDF for table PDF - See PDF for table PDF
348.29 History History: 2011 a. 55.
348.295 348.295 Weight limitations for certain permits. Notwithstanding s. 348.15 (3) (c), for any vehicle or vehicle combination operating under a permit issued under s. 348.27 (18), the gross weight imposed on the highway by any group of 6 or more consecutive axles of a vehicle or combination of vehicles may not exceed the maximum gross weights in the following table for each of the respective distances between axles and the respective numbers of axles of a group: [See Figure 348.295 following] - See PDF for table PDF - See PDF for table PDF
348.295 History History: 2011 a. 56 s. 9; 2013 a. 165 s. 114.
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