Sell land that is not a part of the Kickapoo valley reserve.
Subject to approval by the governor in the same manner that purchases are approved under s. 20.914 (1)
, trade a parcel of land that is part of the Kickapoo valley reserve for another parcel of land any portion of which is approved by the department for inclusion in the reserve if the land traded is comparable in value to the land received and any of the following applies:
The land received is more suitable to the purposes of the Kickapoo valley reserve than the land traded.
The trade serves to consolidate the land in the Kickapoo valley reserve.
The trade serves to settle a boundary dispute or encroachment.
Authorize, license and regulate private concessions in the Kickapoo valley reserve for purposes consistent with the management of the reserve under sub. (3)
and receive revenue from the concessions.
Subject to ss. 13.48 (10)
, 16.85 (1)
and 20.924 (1)
, plan, design, construct and maintain facilities in the Kickapoo valley reserve for purposes consistent with the management of the reserve under sub. (3)
Issue orders directing compliance with this section or the rules of the board.
Accept and administer gifts, grants and bequests.
Charge fees for use of the land and facilities in the Kickapoo valley reserve.
Promulgate rules that are applicable only to land in the Kickapoo valley reserve and other land acquired by the board, facilities on that land and waters adjacent to that land establishing restrictions on use of the land, waters and facilities.
Cooperate with and provide matching funds to any nonstock, nonprofit corporation described under section 501
(c) (3) or (4) of the internal revenue code (26 USC 501
or (4)) and exempt from taxation under section 501
(a) of the internal revenue code (26 USC 501
(a)) that is organized to raise moneys for and provide assistance to the Kickapoo valley reserve.
Raise moneys from private donors by selling memberships in the Kickapoo valley reserve or by other similar means.
Grant easements for highway or utility purposes on land that is a part of the Kickapoo valley reserve or land that has been acquired by the board.
(7m) Interim management.
Notwithstanding subs. (2)
and (6) (a)
, the board may undertake interim management of land that is to be acquired from the federal government under sub. (2)
prior to the transfer of the land to the state, if such interim management is approved by the federal government.
Notwithstanding ss. 13.48 (13) (a)
, 59.69 (4)
, 60.61 (2)
, 60.62 (1)
and 62.23 (7)
, the Kickapoo valley reserve is not subject to the zoning ordinance of any county or municipality, except that any ordinance enacted under s. 59.692
, or 87.30
governing the zoning of floodplains, shorelands or wetlands in shorelands and any ordinance that is required by law under s. 59.693
governing construction site erosion control or storm water management applies in the reserve.
(9) State natural areas.
The board shall dedicate as a state natural area under s. 23.27
any land that is a part of the Kickapoo valley reserve and any land that has been acquired by the board if the department of natural resources identifies the land as appropriate for dedication.
(10) Aids equivalent to property taxes. 41.41(10)(a)1.a.a.
Subject to subd. 1. b.
, “estimated value", for the year following the year in which the department acquires land within the Kickapoo valley reserve or the board acquires land under sub. (7)
, means the full value of the land determined by the department of revenue and, for each later year, means the value that was used for calculating the aid payment under this subsection on the land for the prior year increased or decreased to reflect the annual percentage change in the equalized valuation of all real property, excluding improvements, in the taxation district in which the land is located, as determined by comparing the most recent determination of equalized valuation under s. 70.57
for all real property to the next preceding determination of equalized valuation under s. 70.57
for all real property.
The “estimated value" of the land in the town of Stark in Vernon County shall include, in 2008, the value of improvements constituting the Kickapoo Valley Reserve Visitor Center and the maintenance buildings associated with the Kickapoo Valley Reserve Visitor Center and, in each later year, the value that was included under this subd. 1. b.
in the prior year increased or decreased in the manner described in subd. 1. a.
“Taxation district" means a city, village or town, except that if a city or village lies in more than one county, “taxation district" means each portion of the city or village that lies within a separate county.
“Taxing jurisdiction" means any entity authorized by law to levy taxes on general property, as defined in s. 70.02
, that are measured by the property's value.
Each year, the department shall ascertain from the clerk of each taxation district in which the reserve or any land acquired by the board is located the aggregate gross general property tax rate for the taxation district, without respect to the school levy tax credit under s. 79.10
Except as provided in par. (d)
, on or before each January 31, the department shall pay to the treasurer of each taxation district specified in par. (b)
, with respect to all land in the Kickapoo valley reserve and all land acquired by the board on or before January 1 of the preceding year, an amount determined by multiplying the estimated value of the land equated to the average level of assessment in the taxation district by the aggregate gross general property tax rate, without respect to the school levy tax credit under s. 79.10
, that would apply to the land in that taxation district for that year if it were taxable.
On or before February 15, the treasurer of each taxation district receiving a payment under subd. 1.
shall pay to the treasurer of each taxing jurisdiction, from the amount received under subd. 1.
, the taxing jurisdiction's proportionate share of the payment in lieu of the tax that would be levied on the land if it were taxable.
The department shall make payments under par. (c)
on January 31 of any year with respect to land that is a part of the Kickapoo valley reserve as a result of a transfer of ownership from the United States if the land is a part of the reserve on January 1 of that year. Payments under this paragraph shall be made based on the full value of the land on January 1 of that year as determined by the department of revenue.
(11) Commercial mining for minerals prohibited.
No person may conduct mining on any land that is a part of the Kickapoo valley reserve or any property acquired by the board. The board shall not authorize any person to conduct mining on any such property.
The department shall have police supervision over the Kickapoo valley reserve, other land acquired by the board and all publicly owned rights-of-way adjacent thereto, and its duly appointed agents may arrest, with or without warrant, any person on that property committing an offense against the laws of the state or in violation of any rule of the board in force on that property, and deliver the person to circuit court for the county where the offense is committed and make and execute a complaint charging the person with the offense committed. The district attorney of the county where the offense is committed shall appear and prosecute all actions arising under this paragraph. This paragraph does not preclude exercise of concurrent law enforcement jurisdiction in or adjacent to the reserve, or on other land acquired by the board, by any authority to whom jurisdiction is granted by law.
A person who violates any provision of this section or any rule promulgated or order issued under this section may be required to forfeit not more than $100.
See also ch. KB 1
, Wis. adm. code.
In this subchapter, unless the context requires otherwise, “board" means the arts board.
History: 1973 c. 90
; 1979 c. 221
; 1981 c. 20
; 2011 a. 32
; Stats. 2011 s. 41.51.
Powers and duties. 41.53(1)(a)
Continually study the artistic and cultural activities within the state.
Assist communities in creating and developing their own arts programs.
Encourage and assist freedom of artistic expression.
Promulgate rules, pursuant to ch. 227
, for the implementation and operations of this subchapter.
Plan and implement, when funds are available in the appropriations under s. 20.380 (3) (b)
, a program of contracts with or grants-in-aid to groups or, in appropriate cases, individuals of exceptional talent engaged in or concerned with the arts. No grantee may receive any funds distributed as grants-in-aid under this paragraph unless the grantee provides at least 50 percent of the estimated total cost of the project, either in the form of moneys or in-kind contributions of equivalent value, to be funded under this paragraph.
Conduct a program identical to that described in par. (f)
, but only for American Indian individuals and groups. The program shall be funded from the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (km)
Arrange and schedule the portrait of the governor or any former governor. Costs incurred under this paragraph shall be charged to the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (c)
up to a limit of $10,000 per portrait. Costs in excess of $10,000 per portrait may be charged to the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (c)
only with the prior approval of the joint committee on finance.
Annually, award an amount equal to at least 5 percent of all state and federal funds received by the board in that year for grants to artists and arts organizations to artists who are minority group members and arts groups composed principally of minority group members. In this paragraph, “minority group member" has the meaning specified in s. 16.287 (1) (f)
Administer challenge grant programs for the purpose of encouraging the fund-raising efforts of arts organizations.
Annually pay to the Milwaukee Foundation, Inc., for deposit in the High Point fund, the amount appropriated under s. 20.380 (3) (e)
Enter into contracts with individuals, organizations, units of government and institutions for services furthering the development of the arts and humanities.
Enter into contracts with American Indian individuals, organizations and institutions and American Indian tribal governments for services furthering the development of the arts and humanities.
Accept all gifts and grants and expend them for the purposes intended.
Award an operational grant to an organization if the sum of all operational grants awarded in the current year does not exceed 50 percent of the sum of all grants awarded to organizations from the appropriations under s. 20.380 (3) (b)
in the current year. In this paragraph, “operational grant" means a grant awarded by the board to support those administrative costs of an organization that are not directly related to the development of an artistic performance or product.
See also AB
, Wis. adm. code.
The board shall appoint an executive secretary outside the classified service to serve at its pleasure.
History: 1973 c. 90
; 2011 a. 35
s. 12.05d; Stats. 2011 s. 41.55.
Public service requirement. 41.56(1)(1)
The board shall by rule define “public service" for the purpose of this section.
Every recipient of a grant awarded by the board under the board's general grants program or community arts program from the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (b)
shall perform a public service that shall be mutually agreed upon by the board and the grant recipient at the time the grant is awarded.
History: 1981 c. 20
; 2011 a. 32
; Stats. 2011 s. 41.56.
Arts challenge initiative grants. 41.565(1)(1)
In this section, “local arts agency" means an organization that represents local arts organizations.
From the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (d)
, the board shall award arts challenge initiative grants to arts organizations and local arts agencies.
The board shall award grants from the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (d)
to match up to 25 percent of an arts organization's or a local arts agency's income from contributions for the fiscal year in which a grant may be awarded that exceeds the amount of income from contributions in the previous fiscal year and income from earned income that exceeds the amount of earned income from the previous fiscal year in that fiscal year subject to the following requirements:
An arts organization or a local arts agency must earn income which exceeds the amount of earned income from the previous fiscal year in each fiscal year for which the organization or local arts agency applies for a grant to meet the requirements of this paragraph. The receipt of a grant by an arts organization or local arts agency in a previous fiscal year does not exempt an arts organization or a local arts agency from the requirements under this paragraph.
The board shall set aside at least 10 percent of the funds for grants under par. (a)
for grants to minority arts organizations.
The board shall set aside at least 20 percent of the funds for grants under par. (a)
for grants to arts organizations and local arts agencies that have operating budgets of less than $100,000.
Notwithstanding par. (b)
, a grant under par. (c)
may match up to 100 percent of the sum of the arts organization's or local arts agency's income from contributions and earned income for the previous fiscal year, except that a grant under par. (d)
shall be not less than $3,000 and not more than $10,000.
If the amount in the appropriation under s. 20.380 (3) (d)
in any fiscal year is insufficient to fund all grants under this section, the board shall award grants, including the minimum and maximum grants under sub. (2) (e)
, on a prorated basis.
The board shall promulgate rules to implement and administer this section.
History: 1987 a. 27
; 1989 a. 31
, 2011 a. 32
; Stats. 2011 s. 41.565.
Fine arts in state buildings.
After acquisition of the work of art under s. 44.57 (4)
, 2009 stats., the board shall:
Cooperate with the bureau of facilities management and consult with the artist or the artist's representative to ensure that each work of art acquired under s. 44.57 (4)
, 2009 stats., is properly maintained and is not artistically altered without the consent of the artist or the artist's representative.
Ensure that any work of art acquired under s. 44.57 (4)
, 2009 stats., is maintained and displayed on the grounds of the state building for at least 25 years, unless the board finds that earlier removal is in the public interest. When the board, in consultation with the agency making principal use of the building to which the work of art is appurtenant, determines that the work of art should be removed, the board shall loan the work of art to an accredited museum in the state or to an educational or other appropriate public institution capable of maintaining and exhibiting the work of art.
Arts incubator grants and loans. 41.60(1)(a)
“Arts incubator" means a facility that provides nonprofit arts organizations or individual professional artists with shared support services and with office, storage, studio, gallery, performance or other work or living space at a lower rent than the market rate in the community.
“Nonprofit arts organization" means a corporation organized under ch. 181
, that is a nonprofit corporation as defined in s. 181.0103 (17)
, for the purpose of furthering the arts.
“Nonprofit business development organization" means a housing and community development authority created under s. 66.1335 (1)
, redevelopment corporation, as defined in s. 66.1301 (3) (s)
, redevelopment authority created under s. 66.1333 (3)
, community development corporation, as defined in s. 234.94 (2)
, or any nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is to promote the economic development of a particular area or region in the state.
The board may award a grant not exceeding $5,000 to a nonprofit business development organization or a nonprofit arts organization to fund a feasibility study of the need for and the initial design of an arts incubator in a particular region of this state.
The board may award a grant or loan not exceeding $50,000 to a nonprofit business development organization or nonprofit arts organization to fund the initial development and operation of a proposed arts incubator, including equipment purchases, building acquisition and rehabilitation and staff costs, after considering all of the following: