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Minnesota Regional Development Commissions
Extent: 2 p., 97K, PDF
Listing of regional development commissions in Minnesota
Date: February 1, 1999
Subject(s): Regional planning
Creator(s): Minnesota Planning (Agency). Local Planning Assistance Center
Contributor: Deborah Pile
Publisher: Minnesota Planning (Agency).; Minnesota Planning (Agency).
Alternative resource record formats: XML | MARC record (for inclusion in library catalogs)
Regional development commissions are planning organizations in Minnesota created in 1969 by Minnesota Statute 462.383. They provide a wide range of services to local governments and residents, including comprehensive planning, citizen involvement initiatives, and intergovernmental facilitation. Funding for projects is provided through grants and a small property tax levy. Commissions are composed of local elected officials and citizen members. Contact the regional development commission in your area for more information.
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