Information on Minnesota State Agencies, Boards, Task Forces, and Commissions
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Governor's Council on Minnesota's Lake Superior Coastal Program
Also known as:
Governor's Council on Minnesota's Coastal Program
Function: Reviews and makes recommendations to the Commissioner of the Department of Natural Resources on program priorities, selection of programs and projects for funding; the annual administrative (non-project) budget; and the participation in the two year program review.
Active dates:1999 -
Until 2011 the Council went by the name: Governor's Council on Minnesota's Coastal Program
The Governor's Council on Minnesota's Coastal Program consists of fifteen members, with three persons representing each of the four counties located within the coastal boundary. The remaining three members are selected from an at-large pool of names. Members are appointed by the governor.
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