materially inconsistent with the certified county plan, the inconsistency must be rectified. That could require a certified amendment to the county plan.
Local governments contemplating changes or establishing “overlays” in their EAZ districts should consult with DATCP to see if LWCB certification is needed. If LWCB certification is needed, the local government should work with DATCP to facilitate LWCB review and certification. Sound preparation will facilitate timely certification.
REMEMBER that under the Livestock Facility Siting Law, a local government must file the ordinance changes with DATCP (see s. ATCP 51.10(4), Wis. Adm. Code).
UPCOMING EVENTS DATCP will have a booth with information on Livestock Facility Siting at Farm Technology Days from July 11-13, 2006. If you would like assistance in running the odor standard for your farm, please bring a filled out data collection sheet to the department's booth. For a copy of the data collection sheet and for more information, visit the website at http://livestocksiting.wi.gov.
WCCA Spring Conference
Stoney Creek Inn Wausau, WI
March 30-31, 2006
Duane Greuel (left) Jim Converse (right)