AB 109: Undermining Dane County Zoning — Again

This bill is:
Anti-Conservation

Date Introduced:
March 01, 2017

Legislative Categories:
Land

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Bill Description

Poorly planned development can result in significant run-off pollution, loss of recreational areas, and impaired wildlife habitat. Once an area is developed, it is impossible to undo the unintended consequences of poor planning. AB 109 is a follow-up bill to last session’s Act 178, which undermined Dane County’s well-planned communities by allowing town governments to opt out of county zoning. This legislation, which only applies to Dane County, is another example of the state legislature arbitrarily undermining the ability to create well-designed communities.

Current Status

AB 109 was introduced and referred to the Assembly Committee on Local Government. It had a public hearing on March 8, 2017. It is now available to be voted on in committee.

Full Vote Data

Assembly:  Awaiting Action

Senate:  Awaiting Action

Governor:  Awaiting Action

Citizen Action Needed

Tell your legislators to oppose AB 109.