2010 Wisconsin Code
Chapter 33. Public inland waters.
33.13 Feasibility study.

33.13

33.13 Feasibility study.

33.13(1)

(1) Feasibility study work done through government agencies and public or private organizations shall include gathering data on the lake, drainage basin, sources of pollution or nutrients or other information necessary to determine the causes of degradation and remedial courses of action to prevent continued degradation or to determine potential causes of degradation and preventive courses of action. The department shall prescribe data to be secured, methods of analysis and evaluation, and duration of data-gathering to be used in feasibility studies.

33.13(2)

(2)

33.13(2)(a)

(a) The district may contract for feasibility study work with the lowest responsible bidder who submits a bid in the manner the district commissioners prescribe.

33.13(2)(b)

(b) In order to receive financial assistance for feasibility study work the district shall obtain the advice and approval of the department before entering a contract for feasibility study work and the department shall be made a party to the contract.

33.13(3)

(3) Data gathered shall be forwarded to the department, which shall analyze it on an interdisciplinary basis.

33.13(4)

(4) The department shall formulate suggested alternative methods, including cost estimates, of protecting or rehabilitating the water quality of the lake or portions thereof. Alternative protection schemes shall include steps necessary to maintain the water quality of the lake. Alternative rehabilitative schemes shall include steps necessary to abate continued degradation of the lake following implementation of a given rehabilitative plan.

33.13 - ANNOT.

History: 1973 c. 301; 1975 c. 197; 1981 c. 317.

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