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Brown County Planning and Land Services Zoning Bill Bosiacki 305 E. Walnut St. Green Bay WI (920) Website:
POWTS In Brown County 12,000 total systems in the County (Estimated) 8,756 on record 5,517 on the maintenance program
How The Fee Was Determined Zoning Office 2006 Budget $425, ,190 Total Staff Hours $425, / 8,190 hours = $51.91 per hour 538 Total Hours Per Year 538 x $51.91 = $27, per year
How The Fee Was Determined Zoning Department$27, Corporation Counsel + $2, Total$30,460.58
How Is The Fee Collected Wisconsin State Statute (4) Special Assessments for holding and septic tank pumping. A governmental unit may assess the owner of a private sewage system for costs related to the pumping of a septic or holding tank. The governmental unit shall make any assessment in the same manner that a city, village or town makes an assessment under s
Special Assessment 5,517 systems on maintenance x $5.00 per year = $27, $30, $27, = $2, on the tax levy.
How The Fee Is Used Postage First, Second and Final Notices Staff Time Corporation Counsel Existing System Inspections on all property transfers and land divisions
3 Year Maintenance Notice Activity in 2005
Existing System Inspections EXISTING POWTS INSPECTIONS. (1) An existing system inspection is required for all property transfers and land divisions in which the property contains a structure served by a POWTS. A system regulated by the mandatory maintenance program specified in (5) at the time of division or transfer may be precluded from this section at the discretion of the Zoning Administrator. An existing system inspection is not required if a letter from the host municipality is submitted to the Zoning Office stating a date by which the structure is required to be connected to a sanitary sewer.
Existing System Inspections 2005 PRIVATE ONSITE WASTEWATER TREATMENT SYSTEM PROPERTY TRANSFER INSPECTION PROGRAM Of the 96 parcels that complied with Ch (1): 33 of the systems were failing 63 of the systems did not meet the statutory definition of a failing system