septage and municipal sewage sludge, granting rule- making authority, and making an appropriation.
approved with three
amendments; to SUPPORT
Senate committee SIGND INTO LAW APRIL 14TH– ACT 347
Relating to: determinations concerning the navigability of bodies of water; determinations as to whether bodies of waters are lakes or streams; procedures, requirements, and exemptions that apply to permits and contracts for activities that affect navigable waters; maintenance of bridges over navigable streams; liability for changing the courses of streams; rights of the public and riparian owners in navigable waters; mediation in making determinations in issuing individual permits and entering contracts for certain activities that affect navigable waters; elimination of obsolete provisions of ch. 30; recodification of chapter 30; the duties and powers of the department of natural resources relating to the regulation of boating; certificate of number and registration requirements for boats; equipment requirements for boats; requirements regarding boat operation; regulation of water skiing and similar activities; marking of water areas; local regulation of boating and seaplanes; placement and use of moorings; local water safety patrols; local regulations on icebound waters; boating fees charged by counties; requiring the exercise of rule- making authority; and providing a penalty.
Assembly – 4 amendments; referred to committee on Rules
Relating to: limiting the reasons for which a local government may withhold approval of a permit.
Senate - Veterans, Homeland Security, Military Affairs, Small Business and Government Reform – amendment offered Enacted into law-Act 171
Relating to: remedies in certain actions concerning Senate -
building code or zoning ordinance violations.
Housing and Financial Institutions – available for scheduling – VETOED