County Screening Board
Also known as:
County Engineer Screening Board
Function: The board investigates and reviews the information submitted by each county relating to the mileage, in lane-miles, of the county state-aid highway system in the county, and the money needs of the county in order to apportion the county state-aid highway fund. On or before the first day of November of each year, the board submits its findings and recommendations in writing as to each county's lane-mileage and money needs to the Commissioner of the Minnesota Department of Transportation.
Active dates:1959 -
The board consistsof the following county engineers:
(1) two county engineers from the metropolitan highway construction district;
(2) one county engineer from each nonmetropolitan highway district; and
(3) one additional county engineer from each county with a population of 175,000 or more.
Commissioner of Transportation
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