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Information on Minnesota State Agencies, Boards, Task Forces, and Commissions
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Also known as:
Minnesota State Compensation Council
Function: State law has established a Compensation Council to meet in the odd numbered years to make recommendations to the legislature regarding the salaries of judges and constitutional officers. The council also makes recommendations regarding salary ranges for heads of state and metropolitan agencies.
The council must report its recommendations to the speaker of the house of representatives and the president of the senate by April 1 in each odd-numbered year.
The Compensation Council did not meet in 2011 or 2015.
16 members (8 appointed by governor, 1 from each congressional district, of whom no more than four may belong to the same political party; the chief justice of the supreme court appoints 2 non-judges; the legislature appoints 6 members); per diem. (as of 1984; same 1992)
Each Compensation Council shall expire upon submission of the recommendations.
2017 Chair: Thomas K. Berg
Appointments must be made by October 1 in even-numbered years. (Source: Annual compilation and statistical report: membership on state councils, boards and commissions, 1991.)
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