Weigh in on appointive offices
On Tuesday of this week the Minnesota House Committee on Governmental Operations was to consider several bills that would alter the way in which some county elective offices may be made appointive.
Since 1973, Minnesota statutes have allowed a county to appoint a county auditor, county treasurer, sheriff or county recorder if the offices have not been abolished by the adoption of other options.
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