Village of Fox Point, WI
Milwaukee County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Board of the Village of Fox Point as Ch. 40 of the 1961 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]

§ 63-1 Fire Department fees.

A. 
Definitions. As used in this section, the following terms shall have the meanings indicated:
NORTH SHORE FIRE DEPARTMENT
That Fire Department created by an intergovernmental cooperation agreement for fire and emergency services, which Department is jointly owned and operated by the Villages of Bayside, Brown Deer, Fox Point, River Hills, Shorewood and Whitefish Bay and the City of Glendale, pursuant to the amended and restated North Shore Fire Department Agreement dated December 30, 1994, and under authority of the provisions of § 66.0301, Wis. Stats.
PLACE OF EMPLOYMENT
Defined in § 101.01(11), Wis. Stats., as set forth here to mean every place, whether indoors or out or underground and the premises appurtenant thereto where either temporarily or permanently any industry, trade, or business is carried on, or where any process or operation, directly or indirectly related to any industry, trade, or business, is carried on, and where any person is, directly or indirectly, employed by another for direct or indirect gain or profit, but does not include any place where persons are employed in private domestic service which does not involve the use of mechanical power or in farming.[1]
PUBLIC BUILDING
Defined in § 101.01(12), Wis. Stats., as set forth here to mean any structure, including exterior parts of such building, such as a porch, exterior platform, or steps providing means of ingress or egress, used in whole or in part as a place of resort, assemblage, lodging, trade, traffic, occupancy, or use by the public or by a multiple-family dwelling occupied by three or more tenants. For the purposes of this section, public buildings only include those residential buildings that are designed for occupancy or are occupied as three or more separate dwelling units.[2]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
[2]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
B. 
Permit required. Permits are required and shall be issued by the North Shore Fire Department for all of the plan reviews and inspections, subject to the payment of fees all as listed in Subsection C below.
C. 
Permit fees. The fees to be charged by the North Shore Fire Department for permits relating to occupancy inspections, work without permit, reinspection fees, special plan reviews, processing variance requests, acceptance tests, code or evacuation plan consulting and other permit fees for plan reviews and inspections of all residential buildings containing three or more housing units, public buildings, places of employment, and special events are set forth in the schedule of permit fees as follows:
[Amended 12-14-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-15; 3-13-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-04; 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04]
(1) 
General:
(a) 
Occupancy inspection: $75 ($25 per multifamily unit with $75 minimum).
(b) 
Work without permit: double normal fee.
(c) 
Reinspection fee: $75.
(d) 
Special plan review/inspection: subject to actual cost.
(e) 
Variance requests: $100 per code section.
(f) 
Inspection requests (less than 72 hours' notice): $75 per hour, two-hour minimum.
(g) 
Inspection, nonbusiness hours: $100 per hour, two-hour minimum.
(2) 
Plan review (includes site inspection):
(a) 
Construction compliance with Fire Code: $0.07 per square foot ($75 minimum per plan).
(b) 
Performance-based or alternative design: $0.07 per square foot ($100 minimum per plan).
(c) 
Fire alarm and detection systems: $0.07 per square foot ($75 minimum per plan).
(d) 
Audio/visual annunciation systems: $250 up to 20 devices; $500 over 20 devices.
(e) 
Hood and duct suppression systems: $75 per system.
(f) 
Other suppression systems (FM200, Cardox, etc.): $100 per plan.
(g) 
Smoke evacuation systems: $75 per plan.
(h) 
Water-based sprinkler systems (new or altered less than 20 heads): $100.
(i) 
Water-based sprinkler systems (new or altered more than 20 heads): $0.07 per square foot ($100 minimum).
(j) 
Spray booth operations: $100.
(3) 
Acceptance tests:
(a) 
Hydro-test of sprinkler piping (two-hour test): $125.
(b) 
Fire pump test: $100.
(c) 
Fire alarm and detection system test: $100.
(d) 
Hood and duct suppression system test: $100.
(e) 
Other suppression system test: $100.
(f) 
Smoke evacuation system test: $100.
(g) 
Spray booth system test: $100.
(4) 
Other permit items:
(a) 
Inspection of sites for bonfires, outside ceremonial fires, vegetation burns: $50.
(b) 
Inspection of hot work (specialty roof operations, torch cutting, welding): $25.
(c) 
Inspection of indoor vehicle exhibits (excluding licensed automobile dealerships): $25.
(d) 
Inspection of building demolition: $250.
(e) 
Inspection of tents in excess of 400 square feet: $50.
(f) 
Temporary fuel storage: $50.
(g) 
Fireworks displays: $125.
(h) 
Code consulting/emergency planning: $75 per hour.
(5) 
Administrative fees.
(a) 
EMS records request:
[1] 
Paper copies, per page for pages 26 to 50: $1.
[2] 
Paper copies, per page for first 25 pages: $0.75.
[3] 
Certification fee: $8.
[4] 
Retrieval fee (if requested by someone other than patient): $20.
[5] 
Fire records request: $0.25.
[6] 
Reports/photos returned via email: cost of time, minimum $5.25.
D. 
Service fees. The fees to be charged by the North Shore Fire Department for Fire Department and emergency medical transport and services are set forth in the schedule of fees as follows:
[Added 12-14-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-15; amended 3-13-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-04; 8-13-2013 by Ord. No. 2013-07; 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04]
(1) 
Fire Department services:
(a) 
Fire Department services for vehicles: $500.
(2) 
No transport:
(a) 
Basic life support (BLS) treatment with no transport (resident): $104.44.
(b) 
BLS treatment with no transport (nonresident): $156.16.
(c) 
Advanced life support (ALS) treatment with no transport (resident): $129.79.
(d) 
ALS treatment with no transport (nonresident): $177.45.
(3) 
Transport:
(a) 
BLS transport (resident): $602.32.
(b) 
BLS transport (nonresident): $729.07.
(c) 
ALS transport Level 1 (resident): $687.49.
(d) 
ALS transport Level 1 (nonresident): $812.21.
(e) 
ALS transport Level 2 (resident): $791.93.
(f) 
ALS transport Level 2 (nonresident): $936.94.
(g) 
Paramedic service without transport (resident): $129.79.
(h) 
Paramedic service without transport (nonresident): $182.52.
(4) 
Additional charges for services/supplies:
(a) 
BLS supplies: $60.
(b) 
ALS supplies: $83.15.
(c) 
Oxygen: $78.08.
(d) 
Mileage (per loaded mile rate): $15.21.
(e) 
Defibrillation: $104.44.
(f) 
EKG supplies: $104.44.
(g) 
IV and supplies: $62.87.
(h) 
EZ-IV and supplies: $124.72.
(i) 
Intubation: $78.08.
(j) 
Spinal immobilization: $129.79.
(k) 
Triage barcode wristbands: $3.04.
(l) 
Cyano-kits: $936.94.
(m) 
CPAP mask: $46.64.
(5) 
Medications:
(a) 
Drugs, Group 1: $33.46.
(b) 
Drugs, Group 2: $38.53.
(c) 
Drugs, Group 3: $49.69.
(d) 
EPI PEN: $99.37.
(e) 
Adenosine: $93.29.
(f) 
Glucagon: $93.29
(g) 
Solumedrol: $60.
E. 
Reinspection for same violation. The fee for third and subsequent inspections for the same violation or violations shall be $30. This is an inspection fee, apart from any penalties imposed for violations under § 781-22.
[Added 11-11-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-08]
F. 
Appeal. The fee for appealing a ruling to the Board of Appeals shall be $100 (§ 781-21).
[Added 11-11-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-08]

§ 63-2 Building Code fees.

A. 
Applicable fees. Subject to Subsections B and C below, the fees to be charged pursuant to Chapter 756 of the Village of Fox Point Municipal Code, the Village Building Code, shall be as follows:
[Amended 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13; 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-12]
(1) 
Except as provided in Subsection A(1)(a) immediately below, the minimum permit fee for all permits: $50.
[Amended 11-11-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-04; 4-12-2016 by Ord. No. 2016-04]
(a) 
With respect to inspections of separate rental units performed pursuant to § 756-48L, regarding annual inspections of multifamily residential buildings, the inspection fee shall be $50 for each separate rental unit inspected.
(2) 
Building permit fee: $70 minimum; $9.50 per $1,000 valuation.
(3) 
HVAC permit fee: $60.
(4) 
Heating and incinerator unit: $35 up to and including 150,000 input BTU units, plus fee of $12 per each additional 50,000 BTU or fraction thereof.
(5) 
Commercial/industrial exhaust hoods and exhaust systems: $125 per unit.
(6) 
Heating and air conditioning distribution systems: $2 per 100 square feet of conditioned air.
(7) 
Air conditioning unit fee other than wall units: $35 per unit for up to three tons or 36,000 BTUs plus fee of $12 each additional ton or 12,000 BTUs or fraction thereof.
(8) 
Permanently installed wall units: $50 per unit.
(9) 
Wrecking or razing (Building Inspector may waive fee if structure is condemned): $70 minimum plus $1.50 per 1,000 cubic feet.
(10) 
Moving buildings over public ways: $500 for principal buildings; $250 for accessory buildings.
(11) 
Fuel tanks: $16 per 1,000 gallons for installation; $100 minimum.
(12) 
Reinspections: $100 per reinspection.
(13) 
Plan examination: $9.50 per $1,000 valuation.
(14) 
Special inspection: $150 per inspection.
(15) 
Wisconsin Uniform building permit seal: $30.
(a) 
Permits may be obtained individually on one form in the categories of construction, heating, ventilation and air conditioning, electrical, and plumbing.
(b) 
An additional fee for plan review may be assessed at the time of application for renewal of the permit.
(16) 
Occupancy permit: $100 per unit residential; $150 per unit commercial.
(17) 
Pools, in-ground/aboveground/spas: $9.50 per $1,000 valuation; $50 minimum.
(18) 
Decks: $9.50 per $1,000 valuation; $50 minimum.
B. 
Double and treble fees. Upon failure to obtain a permit before work on a building has been started, except in emergency cases, the total fees shall be double the otherwise applicable fees; except that three times the otherwise applicable fees shall be charged if the property owner or contractor also failed to obtain a permit before work was started, except in emergency cases, on any building in the Village within the preceding one year.
C. 
Unspecified fees. In the event Subsection A, above, does not describe a fee for any matter arising under the Village of Fox Point Building Code, the applicable fee is hereby created as follows. The Village Building Inspector shall estimate the actual cost the Village will incur with regard to the application, which estimate of the cost shall include Village staff time based on an hourly wage plus 40% for benefits. The Village Building Inspector shall require payment of this estimated cost to the Village in advance of performing such work. After the work is performed, in the event the cost the Village incurs is larger or smaller than estimated, additional payment shall be required or a refund shall be provided, respectively. This section shall be interpreted in light of the Village of Fox Point Chargeback Ordinance, codified as Article III, Charge to Property Owners for Professional Fees, of Chapter 67, Finance and Taxation, of the Code of the Village of Fox Point.
D. 
Cubic contents. Cubic contents shall be defined as follows: the volume of the building enclosed by the outer surface of the exterior walls from the top of the footing to the average height of the roof.
E. 
Costs calculation. In determining costs, all construction shall be included with the exception of heating, air conditioning, electrical or plumbing work.

§ 63-3 Swimming pool fees.

[Amended 3-8-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-03; 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-12; 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04; 4-16-2015 by Ord. No. 2015-01]
A. 
Applicable fees. The fees to be charged for use of the Village of Fox Point Municipal Swimming Pool shall be as follows:
(1) 
Resident family membership: $180 per season.
(2) 
Resident child membership: $50 per season.
(3) 
Resident adult membership: $80 per season.
(4) 
Nonresident family membership: $360 per season.
(5) 
Nonresident child membership: $100 per season.
(6) 
Nonresident adult membership: $160 per season.
(7) 
Daily fee for adult guests: $8.
(8) 
Daily fee for child guests: $6.
(9) 
Group swim lessons: $75 per set.
(10) 
Private swim lessons: $80 per set.
(11) 
Diving team: $95.
(12) 
Water ballet: $95.
(13) 
Swim team: $95.
(14) 
Cancellation of membership: $20.
(15) 
Cancellation of group lessons, teams or programs: $10.

§ 63-4 Plumbing Code fees.

[Amended 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-12]
A. 
Applicable fees. The fees to be charged pursuant to Chapter 825 of the Village of Fox Point Municipal Code, the Village Plumbing Code, shall be as follows:
(1) 
Plumbing permit minimum fee: $60.
(2) 
Plumbing fixture fee: $8 each fixture.
(3) 
Building sewers: $50.
(4) 
All sewers over 100 feet, per foot: $0.50.
(5) 
Building drains: $50.
(6) 
Storm sewers: same as building sewers, $50.
(7) 
For inspection of septic tanks, filtering beds, and other facilities thereto: $50.
(8) 
Water service two inches and under: $50.
(9) 
Water service over two inches: $75.
(10) 
Failure to take out a permit prior to starting work: double fees.
(11) 
Failure to order final inspection before occupancy: $100.
(12) 
Reinspection: $100.
(13) 
Information call at location: $100.
B. 
Water usage charges and charges for testing and setting water meters shall be as set forth in the rate schedule of the Fox Point Water Utility as approved by the Public Service Commission.
C. 
Well operation permit. All initial and renewal applications must be accompanied by a fee of $50.
[Added 11-11-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-08]

§ 63-5 Public works fees.

[Amended 8-14-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-08]
A. 
Applicable fees. The fees to be charged pursuant to Chapter 292, Streets, Sidewalks and Rights-of-Way, of the Village of Fox Point Municipal Code shall be as follows, with the term "excavation" meaning any location where pipe is placed, whether by open cut or directional drill or other method:
(1) 
Gas permit, main (per § 292-3B): $125 per excavation for up to 100 linear feet; $0.30 per excavation linear foot for each linear foot beyond the first 100 feet; $75 per excavation for inspection.
(2) 
Gas permit, household connection (per § 292-3C): $125 per excavation; $75 per excavation for inspection.
B. 
Permit fee. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for the review of the proposed installation of any line, service or equipment in the Village right-of-way for the transmission of electrical service, telephone service or cable service, and for inspection, as follows:
(1) 
For overhead electrical, cable or telephone service: $125 per plan review (with each plan set being a maximum of 10 drawing sheets); $100 per pole set.
(2) 
For underground electrical, cable or television service excavation, with the term "excavation" meaning any location where pipe is placed, whether by open cut or directional drill or other method: $125 per excavation for up to 100 linear feet; $0.30 per excavation linear foot for each linear foot beyond the first 100 feet; $75 per excavation for inspection.

§ 63-6 Miscellaneous fees.

A. 
Athletic events, runs, walks and related events. The fees required for use of public streets for athletic events, runs, walks and related events as described within § 292-1 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $150, plus actual costs for Village services provided for the event.
[Amended 2-12-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-01]
B. 
Building Board plan review. The fees required for Building Board plan review as described within § 19-8B of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $75.
C. 
Land division. The fees required for filing a land division application as described within § 738-4A of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300.
D. 
Sanitary sewer connection. There shall be a fee required to connect to the Village of Fox Point sanitary sewer service, which shall be paid to the Village prior to any person connecting to the Village sanitary sewer. This fee shall be $200 for each connection.
E. 
Sign permit. The fees required for a sign permit as described in § 540-9 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be:
(1) 
For all permanent and temporary signs, except as described in Subsection E(2) below: $70.
(2) 
For all temporary institutional and residential family announcement signs: $25.
F. 
Bicycle license. The fee required for a bicycle license as described within § 591-3C of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be: $10.
G. 
Municipal Court fees. The Municipal Court fees required by § 814.65(1), Wis. Stats., including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $38, unless established in a different amount by the Municipal Court Judge.
[Amended 1-14-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-01]
H. 
Administrative warrant fee. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for administrative warrants in the amount of $25.
I. 
Impound fee. There shall be an impound fee imposed and collected for impounded vehicles in the amount of $25.
J. 
Fingerprint fee. There shall be a fingerprint fee imposed and collected in the amount of $10.
K. 
Photocopy fee. There shall be a photocopy fee imposed and collected in the amount of $0.35 per page for black and white copies that are 8.5 inches by 11 inches or 8.5 inches by 14 inches in size; $0.70 per page for black-and-white copies that are 11 inches by 17 inches in size; $0.70 per page for color copies that are 8.5 inches by 11 inches or 8.5 inches by 14 inches in size; $1.40 per page for color copies that are 11 inches by 17 inches in size; and for copy requests that are different than these specifications, the requestor shall pay the actual, necessary and direct cost to the Village, as determined by the Village Clerk/Treasurer.
[Amended 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
L. 
Audio or video recording copy fee. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for a copy of an audio or video recording, in the amount of $10.
[Amended 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04]
M. 
Electronic format data by e-mail. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for transmission of electronic format data by e-mail in the amount of $20.
N. 
Electronic format data by mail. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for mailing electronic format data in the amount of $22.
O. 
Electronic format data on labels. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for mailing electronic format data on labels in the amount of $45.
P. 
Bartender license fee. The fee required by § 125.17(3), Wis. Stats., including such amendments as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $120 for a two-year license.
[Amended 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
Q. 
Recycling fee. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for the collection of residential recyclables in the amount of $78 per year.
[Amended 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13; 12-14-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-17; 12-11-2012 by Ord. No. 2012-13]
R. 
Special pickup fee. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for the collection of items too large or voluminous to be collected as part of the weekly rubbish or yard waste collection in the amount of $75, except as follows. If the collection of such items takes longer than 15 minutes and includes unusually large items or requires extra equipment, the fee imposed will be the actual cost of the employee(s) and equipment time to pick up the material and the cost to dispose the material at the landfill/recycling center. Items that are too large or voluminous to be collected as part of the weekly rubbish or yard waste collection include the following:
(1) 
Rubbish that totals more than one cubic yard of material.
(2) 
Rubbish that includes items that are too large for one person to pick up.
(3) 
Yard waste in an amount that the Village Director of Public Works/Village Engineer or his/her designee estimates will take more than one hour to take away from the property.
(4) 
Yard waste that includes materials that are larger than eight inches in diameter.
S. 
Culvert permit fee. The fee required by § 285-17 of this Code for a permit to cross a watercourse shall be $75.
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
T. 
Erosion control fees. The fee required by § 285-43 of this Code for an erosion control permit shall be:
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
(1) 
Residential: $150 for initial application review plus $250 for inspection; total fee due with permit application: $400. In the event an additional review is required, subsequent to the initial application review, an additional fee of $75 shall be paid with each additional submittal.
(2) 
Nonresidential: $250 plus $150 per acre for initial application review plus $250 for inspection; total fee due with permit application: $500 plus $150 per acre. In the event an additional review is required, subsequent to the initial application review, an additional fee of $150 shall be paid with each additional submittal.
U. 
Solid fill permit fee. The fee required by § 272-3 of this Code for a filling permit shall be: every calendar year, a nonrefundable initial fee of $400 shall accompany the application for filling permit. A nonrefundable fee of $40 per truck or vehicle hauling fill materials to the fill area shall be paid. Applicant shall also pay all out-of-pocket expenses incurred by the Village for its review and issuance of the filling permit or renewal permit. In the event an additional review is required, subsequent to the initial application review, an additional fee of $250 shall be paid with each additional submittal. Renewal permits shall cost $20 per renewal.
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13[1]]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
V. 
Special events fee. The fee required by § 546-6 of this Code shall be $150.
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
W. 
Longacre Pavilion private use fees. The following fees and deposit shall apply to private use of the Longacre Pavilion:
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13; amended 2-12-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-01]
(1) 
An application fee of $100 shall be paid for applications to use the Longacre Pavilion building.
(2) 
An application fee of $75 shall be paid for applications to use the Longacre Pavilion rest rooms only, which is in lieu of the fee described in Subsection W(1).
(3) 
A fee of $10 shall be paid upon cancellation of any reservation to use the Longacre Pavilion or the Longacre Pavilion rest rooms.
(4) 
A security deposit may also be required in such amount as may be established by the Village Board or the Village Manager.
X. 
Clear cutting permit fee. Requests for a permit per § 310-22 of this Code shall be accompanied by a fee of $500.
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
Y. 
Certification fee. Requests for certification of Village records shall be subject to a certification charge of $5 per certification.
[Added 12-8-2009 by Ord. No. 2009-13]
Z. 
Returned (NSF) checks. A fee shall be charged in the amount of $35 for any check received by the Village that is returned to the Village due to insufficient funds.
[Added 2-12-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-01]
AA. 
Reissued checks. A fee of $35 shall be required in the event the Village has issued a check and is later requested or required to cancel the check and reissue a new check, with such fee to be paid by the party to whom the Village's check is to be paid.
[Added 2-12-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-01]
BB. 
Grading/drainage/stormwater management plan review. There shall be a fee imposed and collected for submission of grading and/or drainage and/or stormwater management plans pursuant to § 756-7E or 285-30 or other sections of this Code for which a grading or drainage or stormwater management plan is required, which shall be in the amount of $400. Applications shall not be deemed complete until the fee is paid.
[Added 12-14-2010 by Ord. No. 2010-17]
CC. 
Top of the bluff review. The fee required by § 285-2C of this Code shall be $400.
[Added 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-13]
DD. 
Use of Village athletic fields. The fee for use of Village athletic fields pursuant to Village Resolution 2004-2 shall be $35 per season per field or $20 per event.
[Added 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04]
EE. 
Transient merchants and solicitors. Registration processing fee (§ 417-5C): $5. Permit fee (§ 417-8A): $20 for two weeks; $50 annual.[2]
[2]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
FF. 
Alarm systems. Alarm system permit (§ 441-3B): $25.[3]
[3]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
GG. 
Amusements.[4]
(1) 
Carnivals (§ 450-6B). For one or any combination of rides, acts or stands up to five the sum of $25, plus an additional $5 for each and every additional ride, act or stand.
(2) 
Theaters and movies (§ 450-17). The schedule of annual license fees is fixed as follows:
(a) 
For structure with seating capacity of fewer than 501 persons: $100.
(b) 
For structure with seating capacity from 501 to 800 persons, inclusive: $150.
(c) 
For structure with seating capacity of more than 800 persons: $200.
[4]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
HH. 
Cigarette sales. The fee for a retail license for the sale of cigarettes is $100 per year or a fractional part thereof.[5]
[5]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
II. 
Estate sales. The fee for an estate sale permit shall be $50.[6]
[6]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).

§ 63-7 Electrical Code permit fees.

[Amended 12-13-2011 by Ord. No. 2011-12; 5-13-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-05]
A. 
The minimum fee for any permit shall be $60. Where additional permits by the same licensee on the same job are necessary, the nature of the work remaining the same as the original permit, the minimum fee does not apply.
B. 
The fees required by Chapter 770 of the Village of Fox Point Municipal Code, the Village Electrical Code, shall be as follows:
(1) 
Outlets: $0.70 each.
(2) 
Fixtures: $0.70 each.
(3) 
Fixtures, fluorescent, cold cathode, lumiline, mercury vapor: $0.70 each lamp.
(4) 
Audible or visual devices: $1 per device.
(5) 
Exhaust and ventilating fans and their control (below one horsepower): $3 each.
(6) 
Built-in electric heaters: bathroom, nursery, etc.: $4 each.
(7) 
Garbage disposal: $8 each.
(8) 
Dishwasher: $8 each.
(9) 
Clothes dryer: $8 each.
(10) 
Range or other receptacles over 150 volts: $8 each.
(11) 
Water heater: $8 each.
(12) 
Automatic heating equipment, gas, oil, coal: $8 each.
(13) 
Automatic water systems: $8 each.
(14) 
Refrigerating, air conditioning, etc., machines: $8 each.
(15) 
Strip lighting, plug-in strip, Trol-E-Duct®, etc.: $0.50 per foot.
(16) 
Dimmers or time clocks: $3 each.
(17) 
Vacuum and inert gas tube sign: $8 each transformer.
(18) 
Incandescent signs, studded lights: $0.75 per socket.
(19) 
Arc and mercury lamps, spot and floodlights (mogul base): $5 each.
(20) 
Motors, each horsepower or fraction thereof each motor: $0.70 per horsepower.
(21) 
Generators, rectifiers, transformers, etc.: $2 per killowatt.
(22) 
Feeders or subfeeders No. 3 B & S gauge or larger: $10 each.
(23) 
Raceways, wireways, busways, gutters: $0.50 per foot.
(24) 
Electrical heating devices (other than those listed above): $5 per killowatt.
(25) 
Service equipment:
(a) 
Zero to 100 amps, new or overhauling: $25 per disconnect.
(b) 
One hundred amps to 600 amps: $40 per disconnect.
(c) 
Over 600 amps: $60 per disconnect.
(26) 
Temporary service, etc. (three-month period): $30.
(27) 
Motion picture, stereopticon and X-ray machines, etc.: $25 each.
(28) 
Reinspection: See § 63-9 of this chapter.
(29) 
Minimum fee for any permit requiring separate inspection: the minimum fee shall be set by the Village Board from time to time.
(30) 
Inspection of swimming pool electrical: $40.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Original Section 40.07, Subsection (3)(b)32 and 33, providing contractor's license fees, which immediately followed this subsection, was repealed at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
C. 
Reinspection. Where additional inspections are made necessary by reason of faulty, defective or incomplete work at the expiration of the time limit set for reinspection as specified in notice duly served, the inspection fee shall be as above set forth.
D. 
Double and treble fee. In case the licensee shall fail to obtain a permit before work on an electrical installation has been started, except in emergency cases, the total fees for such permit shall be double the otherwise applicable fees, except that three times the otherwise applicable fees shall be charged if the property owner or licensee also failed to obtain a permit before work was started, except in emergency cases, on any building in the Village within the preceding one year. No further permits are to be issued to any licensee until all lawful orders of the Electrical Inspector shall have been complied with.

§ 63-8 Zoning Code fees.

A. 
Special exception at the boundary of a zoning district. The fee required for an application for a special exception at the boundary of a zoning district as described within § 745-25B of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $200.
B. 
Modification of open area. The fee required for an application for a modification of open area as described within § 745-26 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $200.
C. 
D Business District application. The fee required for an application for a conditional use regulated by the D Business District, as described within § 745-18 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300. The fee required for a site plan application regulated by the D Business District, as described within § 745-18 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300. A separate site plan application fee shall not be required for an application for a conditional use under § 745-18 of this Code.
D. 
E Semi-Business District application. The fee required for an application regulated by the E Semi-Business District as described within § 745-19B of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $200.
E. 
F Institutional District application. The fee required for an application regulated by the F Institutional District as described within § 745-20A of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300.
F. 
Planned development overlay application. The fee required for an application regulated by the Planned Development Overlay District as described within § 745-21C(1) of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300.
G. 
Cultural overlay application. The fees required for an application regulated by the Cultural Overlay District as described within § 745-22B of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $300.
H. 
Board of Appeals application. The fees required for applications made to the Board of Appeals as described within § 745-36 of this Code, including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $200.
I. 
Home occupation application. The fees required for applications for home occupations as described within § 745-7F(4), including such amendments and renumbering as may be made thereto from time to time, shall be $70.
[Added 4-8-2014 by Ord. No. 2014-04]

§ 63-9 Reinspection fee.

To compensate for inspection and administrative costs, a fee of $100 may be charged for any reinspection to determine compliance with an order to correct conditions of provisions of the Village of Fox Point Code under the jurisdiction of the Village Building Inspector, Village Electrical Inspector, or Village Plumbing Inspector, or delegated or assigned to such person(s), except no fee shall be charged for the reinspection when compliance is recorded. Reinspection fees shall be charged against the real estate upon which the reinspections were made, shall be a lien upon the real estate, and shall be assessed and collectible as a special charge.

§ 63-10 Alcohol beverages. [1]

A. 
Retail license fees.
(1) 
The fee for Class "A" fermented malt beverage retailer's license, "Class A" retail intoxicating liquor license, Class "B" fermented malt beverage retailer's license, "Class B" retail intoxicating liquor license, reserve "Class B" intoxicating liquor license, and "Class C" wine license obtained during the year shall be prorated according to the number of months or fraction thereof for which the license is issued; all other license fees shall not be prorated. License fees are established as follows:
(a) 
Class "A" fermented malt beverage retailer's license: $100 per year.
(b) 
Class "B" fermented malt beverage retailer's license: $100 per year.
(c) 
"Class A" retail intoxicating liquor license: $500 per year.
(d) 
"Class B" retail intoxicating liquor license: $500 per year.
(e) 
Reserve "Class B" intoxicating liquor license: $500 per year.
(f) 
Initial Reserve "Class B" Intoxicating Liquor License: $10,000.
(g) 
Temporary Class "B" fermented malt beverage license: $10 per license.
(h) 
"Class C" wine license: $100 per year.
(2) 
Grants for certain reserve "Class B" liquor licensees. Wisconsin Act 27 of 1997, effective December 1, 1997, established a new alcohol beverage license known as a retail reserve "Class B" liquor license and requires that all who are granted such a license pay an initial license fee of $10,000 in addition to the regular Class "B" and "Class B" license fees. The Village Board finds that businesses such as restaurants, hotels and taverns make important contributions to the Village's economy and serve important public purposes, including but not limited to increasing the Village's property tax base, providing employment and promoting tourism. The Village Board also finds that the new initial fee for reserve "Class B" licenses far exceeds the actual cost of licensing the activity and that excessive license fees deter new businesses and are contrary to the above-stated public purposes. It is the purpose of this subsection to utilize the excess revenue generated by Wisconsin Act 27 to assist new reserve "Class B" licensees in order to achieve the important public purposes identified herein.
(a) 
Accordingly, the Village Board may provide a grant to a reserve "Class B" licensee if the following conditions are met:
[1] 
A retail reserve "Class B" liquor license is granted to the licensee;
[2] 
The retail reserve "Class B" liquor license applicant properly completes, executes and submits an application for a grant to the Village Board on a form provided by the Village Clerk/Treasurer at the same time the applicant submits the application for a retail reserve "Class B" liquor license; and
[3] 
The retail reserve "Class B" liquor licensee pays the initial fee of $10,000 to the Village.
(b) 
In making its determination whether to award any grant to a retail reserve "Class B" liquor licensee under this subsection, the Village Board shall make such findings and establish such conditions as it deems necessary to ensure that any funds awarded hereunder further the important public purposes identified herein.
(3) 
The fee for agent changes and transfers of licenses shall be $10, or such other fee as from time to time enacted by the Legislature of the State of Wisconsin, or as set by the Department of Revenue or such other state administrative agency as shall have jurisdiction to set fees.
B. 
Provisional retail license: $15.
C. 
Provisional operator's license: $15.
[1]
Editor's Note: Added at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).