language to be deleted (2) new language
CHAPTER 454-S.F.No. 2570 An act relating to St. Louis county; authorizing the St. Louis board of county commissioners to set reasonable allowances for expenses or a per diem allowance for members of certain boards or agencies; increasing the authorized number for a position in the unclassified service; removing a compensation provision for members of certain boards and commissions; amending Minnesota Statutes 1998, sections 375.47, subdivision 1; and 383C.035; repealing Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 383C.073. BE IT ENACTED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE OF MINNESOTA: Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 375.47, subdivision 1, is amended to read: Subdivision 1. [REASONABLE.] Except in Hennepin
and St. Louis countiescounty, the board of county commissioners of each county may, by resolution, set a reasonable allowance for expenses or a per diem allowance in lieu of expenses and a mileage allowance to be paid the members of boards or agencies authorized by statute, and members of advisory boards or committees, performing duties for all or part of the county, when the board or agency does not itself have power to make expense allowances for its members. The allowances shall be paid from the funds under the administration of the boards or agencies. Members of the board of county commissioners shall not receive any per diem pursuant to this subdivision. Sec. 2. Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 383C.035, is amended to read: 383C.035 [UNCLASSIFIED CIVIL SERVICE.] (a) The officers and employees of suchthe county and of any agency, board, or commission, supported in whole or in part by taxation upon the taxable property of suchthe county or appointed by the judges of the district court for suchthe county, are herebydivided into the unclassified and classified service. (b) The unclassified service shall comprisecomprises: (a)(1) all officers elected by popular vote or persons appointed to fill vacancies in such offices .; (b)(2) judges and receivers, referees, arbiters, court reporters, jurors, notaries public, and persons appointed by a court to make or conduct any special inquiry of a judicial and temporary character .; (c)(3) superintendent or principal administrative officer or comptroller of any separate department of county government which is now or hereafter created pursuant to law, who is directly responsible to the board of county commissioners or any other board or commission, as well as the county agricultural agents and the home demonstration agents under the control of the county extension committee .; (d)(4) members of nonpaid board, or commissioners appointed by the board of county commissioners or acting in an advisory capacity .; (e)(5) assistant county attorneys or special investigators in the employ of the county attorney. For purposes of this section, special investigators are defined as all nonclerical positions in the employ of the county attorney .; (f)(6) all common labor temporarily employed on an hourly basis .; (g)(7) all inmate or patient help in county institutions .; (h)(8) all physicians, dentists, registered nurses and medical laboratory technicians working under the direction of a licensed physician or dentist in any hospital or sanitarium operated by a commission or board of such county .; (i)(9) not more than a total of nine clerks serving the county board and administrator .; (j)(10) a legislative lobbyist/grant coordinator appointed by the county board to act as legislative liaison with the St. Louis county legislative delegation and pursue legislative concerns and grant opportunities for the county, and the clerk for that position .; (k)(11) the county recorder .; (l)(12) any department head designated by the county board .; (m) Two(13) three administrative assistants in the county administrator's office .; and (n)(14) all court bailiffs. (c) The classified service shall includeincludes all other positions now existing and hereinafter created in the service of the county or any board or commission, agency, or offices of suchthe county. Sec. 3. [REPEALER.] Minnesota Statutes 1998, section 383C.073, is repealed. Presented to the governor May 2, 2000 Signed by the governor May 5, 2000, 10:49 a.m.