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New state law benefits CBCWA

Chunk of relocation fees won't fall on joint water authority

1:10 PM, May 22, 2013
Standing behind Gov. Scott Walker as he signs into law Senate Bill 55 on May 17, at the Capitol in Madison are, from left, Ryan Smith, chief of staff for state Sen. Rob Cowles of Allouez; Lawrie Kobza, legal counsel for the Central Brown County Water Authority; Sarah Burdette, administrator for the town of Ledgeview and the CBCWA vice president; and state Rep. Andre Jacque of De Pere.
Standing behind Gov. Scott Walker as he signs into law Senate Bill 55 on May 17, at the Capitol in Madison are, from left, Ryan Smith, chief of staff for state Sen. Rob Cowles of Allouez; Lawrie Kobza, legal counsel for the Central Brown County Water Authority; Sarah Burdette, administrator for the town of Ledgeview and the CBCWA vice president; and state Rep. Andre Jacque of De Pere.
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One of three measures signed by Gov. Scott Walker into state law Friday, May 17, was the doing of three legislators from the area.

Walker put his signature of approval on Senate Bill 55 at the Capitol in Madison, much to the delight of the municipalities that comprise the Central Brown County Water Authority.

Under the new law, joint water authorities such as the CBCWA won't have to assume most of the financial burden tied into infrastructure changes administered by Wisconsin Department of Transportation. ...

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