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161.114 CONSTITUTIONAL TRUNK HIGHWAYS.
    Subdivision 1. Designation. The trunk highway routes, numbered 1 through 70, as described
in the constitutional amendment adopted November 2, 1920, are designated as the constitutional
routes of the trunk highway system.
    Subd. 2. Descriptions. The constitutional routes are described as follows:
Route No. 1. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
Iowa, southeasterly at Albert Lea and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to a point in
Albert Lea and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point and on the southerly limits of
the city of St. Paul and then beginning at a point on the northerly limits of the city of St. Paul and
thence extending in a northerly direction to a point on the westerly limits of the city of Duluth
and then beginning at a point on the northerly limits of the city of Duluth and thence extending
in a northeasterly direction to a point on the boundary line between the state of Minnesota and
the province of Ontario, affording Albert Lea, Owatonna, Faribault, Northfield, Farmington, St.
Paul, White Bear, Forest Lake, Wyoming, Rush City, Pine City, Hinckley, Sandstone, Moose
Lake, Carlton, Duluth, Two Harbors, Grand Marais and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 2. Beginning at a point on Route No. 1 on the westerly limits of the city of Duluth
and thence extending in a southwesterly direction along said Route No. 1 to a point on said route
at Carlton and thence extending in a westerly direction to a point on the east bank of the Red
River of the North at Moorhead, affording Duluth, Carlton, McGregor, Aitkin, Brainerd, Motley,
Staples, Wadena, Detroit, Moorhead and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 3. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
Wisconsin, westerly of La Crosse, Wisconsin, and thence extending in a northwesterly direction
to a point on the easterly limits of the city of St. Paul and then beginning at a point on the
westerly limits of the city of Minneapolis and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to
a point on the east bank of the Red River of the North at Breckenridge, affording La Crescent,
Winona, Kellogg, Wabasha, Lake City, Red Wing, Hastings, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Osseo,
Champlin, Anoka, Elk River, Big Lake, St. Cloud, Albany, Sauk Centre, Alexandria, Elbow Lake,
Fergus Falls, Breckenridge and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 4. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
Iowa, southwesterly of Jackson and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point on Route
No. 3, southeasterly of Sauk Centre and thence extending in a northwesterly direction along said
Route No. 3 to a point on said route at Sauk Centre and thence extending in a northerly direction
to a point at International Falls, affording Jackson, Windom, Sanborn, Redwood Falls, Morton,
Olivia, Willmar, Paynesville, Sauk Centre, Long Prairie, Wadena, Park Rapids, Itasca State Park,
Bemidji, International Falls and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 5. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
Iowa, southerly of Blue Earth and thence extending in a northeasterly direction to a point on the
southerly limits of the city of Minneapolis and then beginning at a point on the northerly limits of
the city of Minneapolis and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point in Swan River
on Route No. 8, hereinafter described, affording Blue Earth, Winnebago, Mankato, St. Peter, Le
Sueur, Jordan, Shakopee, Minneapolis, Cambridge, Mora, McGregor, Swan River and intervening
and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other
places within the state.
Route No. 6. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
Iowa, southerly of Ash Creek, and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point on the
boundary line between the state of Minnesota and the province of Manitoba, near St. Vincent,
affording Luverne, Pipestone, Lake Benton, Ivanhoe, Canby, Madison, Bellingham, Odessa,
Ortonville, Graceville, Dumont, Wheaton, Breckenridge, Moorhead, Kragnes, Georgetown,
Perley, Hendrum, Ada, Crookston, Warren, Donaldson, Hallock and intervening and adjacent
communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within
the state.
Route No. 7. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Winona and thence extending in a
westerly direction to a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and South
Dakota, westerly of Lake Benton, affording Winona, St. Charles, Rochester, Kasson, Dodge
Center, Claremont, Owatonna, Waseca, Mankato, St. Peter, New Ulm, Springfield, Tracy, Lake
Benton and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 8. Beginning at a point on the westerly limits of the city of Duluth and thence
extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 6 near Crookston and thence
extending in a westerly and northerly direction along said Route No. 6 to a point on said route
northerly of Crookston and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on the east
bank of the Red River of the North at East Grand Forks, affording Duluth, Floodwood, Swan
River, Grand Rapids, Cass Lake, Bemidji, Bagley, Erskine, Crookston, East Grand Forks and
intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 9. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at La Crescent and thence extending
in a westerly direction to a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
South Dakota southwesterly of Beaver Creek, affording La Crescent, Hokah, Houston, Rushford,
Lanesboro, Preston, Fountain, Spring Valley, Austin, Albert Lea, Blue Earth, Fairmont, Jackson,
Worthington, Luverne and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 10. Beginning at a point on the westerly limits of the city of Minneapolis and
thence extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 6 at or near Wheaton,
affording Minneapolis, Montrose, Cokato, Litchfield, Willmar, Benson, Morris, Herman, Wheaton
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 11. Beginning at a point on Route No. 8 at the westerly limits of the city of
Duluth and thence extending in a northwesterly and northerly direction to a point on Route No. 4
at International Falls and thence extending in a southwesterly direction along said Route No. 4
to a point on said route southwesterly of International Falls and thence extending in a westerly
direction to a point on Route No. 6 at Donaldson, affording Duluth, Eveleth, Virginia, Cook, Orr,
Cussons, International Falls, Baudette, Warroad, Roseau, Greenbush, Donaldson and intervening
and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other
places within the state.
Route No. 12. Beginning at a point on the west bank of the St. Croix River near Hudson,
Wisconsin and thence extending in a westerly direction to a point on the easterly limits of the
city of St. Paul and then beginning at a point on the westerly limits of the city of Minneapolis
and thence extending in a westerly direction to a point on Route No. 6 at Madison, affording St.
Paul, Minneapolis, Hopkins, Norwood, Glencoe, Olivia, Granite Falls, Montevideo, Dawson,
Madison and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 13. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 at Albert Lea and thence extending in a
northerly direction to a point on Route No. 5 at Jordan affording Albert Lea, Waseca, Waterville,
Montgomery, New Prague, Jordan and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means
of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 14. Beginning at a point on Route No. 6 at Ivanhoe and thence extending in an
easterly direction to a point on Route No. 4 at Redwood Falls and thence extending in an easterly
direction along said Route No. 4 to a point on said route at Morton and thence extending in an
easterly direction to a point on Route No. 22, hereinafter described, at Gaylord affording Ivanhoe,
Marshall, Redwood Falls, Morton, Winthrop, Gaylord and intervening and adjacent communities
a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 15. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota
and Iowa southerly of Fairmont and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point on
Route No. 14 at Winthrop, affording Fairmont, Madelia, New Ulm, Winthrop and intervening
and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication each with the other and other
places within the state.
Route No. 16. Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 southwesterly of Mankato and thence
extending westerly to a point on Route No. 15 at Madelia and thence extending in a southerly
direction along said Route No. 15 to a point on said route southerly of Madelia and thence
extending in a westerly direction to a point on Route No. 4 northerly of Windom and thence
extending in a southerly direction along said Route No. 4 to a point on said route at Windom and
thence extending in a westerly direction to a point at Fulda and thence extending in a southerly
direction to a point on Route No. 9 at Worthington, affording Mankato, Madelia, St. James,
Windom, Fulda, Worthington and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 17. Beginning at a point on Route No. 16 at Fulda and thence extending in
a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 12 at Granite Falls, affording Fulda, Slayton,
Garvin, Marshall, Granite Falls and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 18. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Elk River and thence extending
in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 2 easterly of Brainerd, affording Elk River,
Princeton, Milaca, Onamia and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 19. Beginning at a point on Route No. 2 at Brainerd and thence extending in
a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 8 at Cass Lake, affording Brainerd, Pine
River, Walker, Cass Lake and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 20. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota
and Iowa near Canton and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route
No. 9 at or near Preston and thence extending in a northwesterly direction along said Route
No. 9 to a point on said route at Fountain and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to
a point on Route No. 3 in the town of Douglas, Dakota County (T. 113, R. 17 W.) affording
Canton, Harmony, Preston, Fountain, Chatfield, Oronoco, Pine Island, Zumbrota, Cannon Falls
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 21. Beginning at a point on Route No. 20 at Zumbrota and thence extending in a
westerly direction to a point on Route No. 5 at St. Peter, affording Zumbrota, Kenyon, Faribault,
Le Sueur Center, Cleveland, St. Peter and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 22. Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 at St. Peter and thence extending in a
northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 4 at Paynesville, affording St. Peter, Gaylord,
Glencoe, Hutchinson, Litchfield, Paynesville and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 23. Beginning at a point on Route No. 4 at Paynesville and thence extending in a
northeasterly direction through the village of Richmond, Coldspring, Rockville and Waite Park to
a point on Route No. 3 westerly of St. Cloud, and thence extending in a northeasterly direction to
a point on Route No. 5 southerly of Mora, and thence extending in a northerly direction along said
Route No. 5 to a point on said route at Mora, and thence extending in an easterly direction to
a point on Route No. 1 southerly of Hinckley, affording Paynesville, St. Cloud, Foley, Milaca,
Ogilvie, Mora and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication,
each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 24. Beginning at a point on Route No. 10 at Litchfield and thence extending in
a northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 3 at St. Cloud, affording Litchfield, St. Cloud
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 25. Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 at or near Belle Plaine and thence
extending in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 3 at Big Lake, affording Belle Plaine,
Norwood, Watertown, Montrose, Buffalo, Monticello, Big Lake and intervening and adjacent
communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within
the state.
Route No. 26. Beginning at a point on Route No. 10 at Benson and thence extending in a
westerly direction to a point on Route No. 6 near Ortonville, affording Benson, Ortonville and
intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 27. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at St. Cloud and thence extending in
a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 2 at Brainerd, affording St. Cloud, Sauk Rapids,
Royalton, Little Falls, Brainerd and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 28. Beginning at a point on Route No. 27 at Little Falls and thence extending in
a southwesterly direction to a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota and
South Dakota at Browns Valley, affording Little Falls, Sauk Centre, Glenwood, Starbuck, Morris,
Graceville, Browns Valley and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 29. Beginning at a point on Route No. 28 at Glenwood and thence extending
in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 2 westerly of Wadena affording Glenwood,
Alexandria, Parkers Prairie, Deer Creek and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 30. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Fergus Falls, and thence extending in a
northerly direction to a point on Route No. 8 at Erskine, affording Fergus Falls, Pelican Rapids,
Detroit, Mahnomen, Erskine and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 31. Beginning at a point on Route No. 6 at Ada, and thence extending in an
easterly direction to a point on Route No. 30 near Mahnomen, affording Ada, Mahnomen and
intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 32. Beginning at a point on Route No. 8 easterly of Crookston and thence
extending in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 11 at Greenbush, affording Red Lake
Falls, Thief River Falls, Middle River, Greenbush and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 33. Beginning at a point on Route No. 32 at Thief River Falls and thence
extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 6 at Warren, affording Thief River
Falls, Warren and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication,
each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 34. Beginning at a point on Route No. 2 at Detroit and thence extending in a
northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 8 westerly of Grand Rapids, affording Detroit, Park
Rapids, Walker, Remer, Grand Rapids and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 35. Beginning at a point on Route No. 18 near Mille Lacs Lake and thence
extending in a northerly direction to a point at Grand Rapids and thence extending in a
northeasterly direction to a point at Ely, affording Aitkin, Grand Rapids, Hibbing, Chisholm, Buhl,
Mountain Iron, Virginia, Gilbert, McKinley, Biwabik, Aurora, Tower, and Ely and intervening
and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other
places within the state.
Route No. 36. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Fergus Falls and thence extending
in an easterly direction to a point on Route No. 29 easterly of Henning, affording Fergus Falls,
Henning and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 37. Beginning at a point on Route No. 27 at Little Falls and thence extending
in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 2 at Motley, affording Little Falls, Motley
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 38. Beginning at a point on Route No. 12 at Montevideo and thence extending
in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 28 at Starbuck, affording Montevideo, Benson,
Starbuck and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 39. Beginning at a point on Route No. 7 at Mankato and thence extending in a
southeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 9 westerly of Albert Lea, affording Mankato,
Mapleton, Minnesota Lake, Wells and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means
of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 40. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota
and Iowa at Lyle and thence extending in a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 7 at
Owatonna, affording Lyle, Austin, Blooming Prairie, Owatonna and intervening and adjacent
communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within
the state.
Route No. 41. Beginning at a point on Route No. 40 at or near Blooming Prairie and thence
extending in an easterly direction to a point on Route No. 56, hereinafter described, near Hayfield,
affording Blooming Prairie, Hayfield and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 42. Beginning at a point on Route No. 7 easterly of Rochester and thence
extending in a northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 3 at Kellogg, affording Rochester,
Elgin, Plainview, Kellogg and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 43. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 at Rushford and thence extending in a
northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 3 at Winona, affording Rushford, Winona and
intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 44. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 at Hokah and thence extending in a
southwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 20 near Canton, affording Hokah, Caledonia,
Canton and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 45. Beginning at a point on the west bank of the St. Croix River at Stillwater and
thence extending in a southwesterly direction to a point on the easterly limits of the city of St.
Paul, affording Stillwater, Lake Elmo, St. Paul and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 46. Beginning at a point on the west bank of the St. Croix River at Taylors Falls
and thence extending in a southwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 1 near Wyoming,
affording Taylors Falls, Center City, Wyoming and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 47. Beginning at a point on Route No. 17 at Slayton and thence extending in a
westerly direction to a point on Route No. 6 at Pipestone, affording Slayton, Pipestone and
intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 48. Beginning at a point on Route No. 17 westerly of Granite Falls and thence
extending in a westerly direction to a point on Route No. 6 at Canby, affording Granite
Falls, Clarkfield, Canby and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 49. Beginning at a point on Route No. 12 easterly of Montevideo and thence
extending in a northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 4 southerly of Willmar, affording
Montevideo, Clara City, Willmar and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means
of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 50. Beginning at a point on Route No. 20 at Cannon Falls and thence extending in
a northwesterly direction to a point on the southerly limits of the city of Minneapolis, affording
Cannon Falls, Farmington, Minneapolis and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 51. Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 at Shakopee and thence extending in
a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 12 northerly of Shakopee, affording a connection
between said Route No. 5 and said Route No. 12.
Route No. 52. Beginning at a point on Route No. 5 south of the city of Minneapolis and
thence extending in a northeasterly direction to a point on the westerly limits of the United States
military reservation at Fort Snelling, affording St. Paul and adjacent communities a reasonable
communication with said Route No. 5.
Route No. 53. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Hastings and thence extending in a
northwesterly direction to a point on the southerly limits of the city of South St. Paul, affording
Hastings, South St. Paul and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 54. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Elbow Lake and thence extending in a
southwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 10 at Herman, affording Elbow Lake, Herman
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 55. Beginning at a point on Route No. 2 northwesterly of Carlton and thence
extending in a northerly direction to a point in Cloquet, affording Carlton, Cloquet and intervening
and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other
places within the state.
Route No. 56. Beginning at a point on Route No. 9 easterly of Austin and thence extending
in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 21 at or near Kenyon, affording Brownsdale,
Hayfield, Dodge Center, West Concord, Kenyon and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 57. Beginning at a point in Mantorville and extending in a southerly direction to
a point on Route No. 7 southerly of Mantorville, affording Mantorville a reasonable means of
communication with said Route No. 7.
Route No. 58. Beginning at a point on Route No. 20 at Zumbrota and thence extending in a
northeasterly direction to a point on Route No. 3 at Red Wing, affording Zumbrota, Red Wing
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 59. Beginning at a point on the boundary line between the states of Minnesota
and Iowa southerly of Spring Valley and thence extending in a northerly direction to a point on
No. 3 at Lake City, affording Spring Valley, Stewartville, Rochester, Zumbrota Falls, Lake City
and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the
other and other places within the state.
Route No. 60. Beginning at a point on Route No. 1 at Faribault and thence extending in a
southwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 7 at or near Madison Lake, affording Faribault,
Morristown, Waterville, Madison Lake and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 61. Beginning at a point on Route No. 8 at Deer River and thence extending in
a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 4 at or near Big Falls, affording Deer River, Big
Falls and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 62. Beginning at a point on Route No. 3 at Anoka and thence extending in a
southeasterly direction to a point on the northerly limits of the city of St. Paul, affording Anoka,
St. Paul and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 63. Beginning at a point on Route No. 1 southerly of Forest Lake and thence
extending in a southwesterly direction to a point on the northerly and easterly limits of the city
of Minneapolis, affording a reasonable means of communication between Route No. 1 and
Minneapolis.
Route No. 64. Beginning at a point on Route No. 30 northerly of Fergus Falls and thence
extending in a northerly and westerly direction to a point on Route No. 6 southerly of Moorhead,
affording Fergus Falls, Rothsay, Barnesville, Moorhead and intervening and adjacent communities
a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 65. Beginning at a point on Route No. 8 at Bagley, and thence extending in
a northerly and westerly direction to a point on Route No. 32 southerly of Red Lake Falls,
affording Bagley, Clearbrook, Gonvick, Gully, Brooks, Terrebonne and intervening and adjacent
communities a reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within
the state.
Route No. 66. Beginning at a point on Route No. 12 at Montevideo and thence extending in a
northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 26 northerly of Appleton affording Montevideo,
Appleton and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 67. Beginning at a point on Route No. 14 southerly of Echo and thence extending
in a northerly and westerly direction to a point on Route No. 17 at or near Granite Falls,
affording Echo, Granite Falls and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of
communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 68. Beginning at a point on Route No. 14 at Marshall and thence extending in
a northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 6 near Canby, affording Marshall, Minneota,
Canby and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable means of communication, each
with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 69. Beginning at a point on Route No. 25 at Buffalo and thence extending in a
northwesterly direction to a point on Route No. 22 southeasterly of Paynesville, affording Buffalo,
Maple Lake, Annandale, Eden Valley, Paynesville and intervening and adjacent communities a
reasonable means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
Route No. 70. Beginning at a point on Route No. 7 westerly of New Ulm and thence
extending in a northerly direction to a point on Route No. 12 at or near the village of Hector,
affording Fort Ridgely, Fairfax, Hector and intervening and adjacent communities a reasonable
means of communication, each with the other and other places within the state.
History: 1969 c 11 s 1,2; 2001 c 213 s 2,30; 1Sp2003 c 22 s 1

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