Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 206.04 - Municipal street improvement

(1) DUTIES OF ALL CITIES AND VILLAGES. Each city and village shall establish and maintain a 5-year municipal street improvement plan which identifies projects eligible to be funded under the MSI entitlement. The plan shall be based on sound traffic and pavement management principles. It shall include a priority list of needs and a 5-year schedule of improvements.
(2) COUNTY MUNICIPAL STREET IMPROVEMENT COMMITTEES (CITIES AND VILLAGES WITH POPULATIONS OF LESS THAN 20,000).
(a) In each county there shall be a county municipal street improvement committee to select city and village street improvement projects for the municipal street improvement component of the local roads improvement program. The CMSIC shall consist of not more than 5 chief executives or designees of villages and cities in the county with populations of less than 20,000. The committee shall be selected by all the chief executives or designees of all the villages and cities in the county with a population of less than 20,000. The committee shall select a chairperson from its members.
(b) The selection of the CMSIC shall occur biennially, in the odd-numbered years, not later than October 1. The term of office for each county municipal street improvement committee member shall be 2 years, and shall be from October 1 of the current odd-numbered year to September 30 of the next odd-numbered year.
(c) In addition to the village or city chief executive committee members, each CMSIC may include as a non-voting member the county highway commissioner.
(3) DUTIES OF THE CMSIC. Each CMSIC committee shall perform the following:
(a) Send, no later than November 1 of each odd-numbered year, each LRIP project application form listing of all MSI projects planned for the current state biennium to the county highway commissioner.
(b) Determine, in a case where a proposed project under agreement cannot be built within the specified time frame, whether a substitute project should be put under agreement.
(c) Determine whether to enter into joint agreements with other recipients.
(4) SELECTION AND DUTIES OF THE CHAIRPERSON OF THE CMSIC. The chairperson of the CMSIC shall be selected by the members of the CMSIC no later than November 1 of each odd-numbered year. The duties of the chairperson shall include, but are not limited to, the following:
(a) Inform, by November 1 of each odd-numbered year, the secretary, in writing, of the name of the chairperson of the CMSIC.
(b) Convene the CMSIC when necessary.
(c) Preside over meetings of the CMSIC and perform all administrative duties required of the chairperson.
(5) DUTIES OF A CITY OR VILLAGE WITH A POPULATION OF LESS THAN 20,000 WITH A MSI PROJECT. Each city or village with a population of less than 20,000 with a MSI project shall perform the following:
(a) Execute, no later than April 1 of each odd-numbered year, an approved project agreement for each MSI project awarded to the city or village.
(b) Prepare all documents necessary to letting the LRIP project to competitive bid.
(c) Certify through the city or village's chief executive, at the time the city or village requests reimbursement, that the work funded under the municipal street improvement program entitlement was performed in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules, ordinances and standards.
(6) DUTIES OF CITIES OR VILLAGES WITH A POPULATION OF 20,000 OR MORE. Each city or village with a population of 20,000 or more shall perform the following:
(a) Administer the LRIP entitlement in accordance with this chapter.
(b) Send, no later than November 1 of each odd-numbered year, the LRIP project application form, listing all MSI projects planned for the current state biennium to the county highway commissioner.
(c) Prepare all documents necessary to letting the LRIP project to competitive bid.
(d) Execute, no later than April 1 of each odd-numbered year, an approved project agreement for each MSI project.
(e) Certify through the city or village's chief executive, at the time the city or village requests reimbursement, that the work funded under the municipal street improvement program entitlement was performed in accordance with all applicable federal, state and local laws, rules, ordinances and standards.
(7) CITIES OR VILLAGES IN MORE THAN ONE COUNTY.
(a)
1. Each city or village with a population of less than 20,000 and whose corporate limits extend into more than one county, shall select by September 1, 1992, which CMSIC it wishes to join. By September 1, 1992, the city or village shall notify, in writing, the secretary and all the affected CMSICs and county highway commissioners, which CMSIC it will join.
2. Any city or village with a population less than 20,000 not selecting a CMSIC by September 15, 1992, shall be assigned to a CMSIC by the secretary.
(b)
1. Each city and village with a population of 20,000 or more and whose corporate limits extend into more than one county shall select by September 1, 1992, which county it wishes any of its uncommitted entitlement to be assigned. By September 1, 1992, the city or village shall notify, in writing, the secretary and all the affected county highway commissioners, which county it wishes to assign its uncommitted entitlement.
2. Any city or village with a population of 20,000 or more not selecting a county by September 15, 1992, shall be assigned to a county by the secretary.
(8) DUTIES OF THE COUNTY HIGHWAY COMMISSIONER. Each county highway commissioner shall perform the following:
(a) Convene and preside over the initial meeting of all the chief executives of villages and cities with populations of less than 20,000, to select the membership and chairperson of the CMSIC.
(b) Conduct contract lettings for the city or village with municipal street improvement projects upon the request of the city or village.
(9) STANDARDS. All municipal street improvement projects funded under this chapter shall be designed and constructed using the state standards as described in the department's facility development manual procedure 11-20-1 except as provided in s. Trans 206.03(13).

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Wis. Admin. Code Department of Transportation § Trans 206.04
Cr. Register, June, 1992, No. 438, eff. 7-1-92.

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