92.46 LANDS AS CAMPGROUNDS.
Subdivision 1. Public campgrounds.
(a) The director may designate suitable portions of the
state lands withdrawn from sale and not reserved, as provided in section
, as permanent state
public campgrounds. The director may have the land surveyed and platted into lots of convenient
size, and lease them for cottage and camp purposes under terms and conditions the director
prescribes, subject to the provisions of this section.
(b) A lease may not be for a term more than 20 years. The lease may allow renewal, from time
to time, for additional terms of no longer than 20 years each. The lease may be canceled by the
commissioner 90 days after giving the person leasing the land written notice of violation of lease
conditions. The lease rate shall be based on the appraised value of leased land as determined by
the commissioner of natural resources and shall be adjusted by the commissioner at the fifth, tenth,
and 15th anniversary of the lease, if the appraised value has increased or decreased. For leases that
are renewed in 1991 and following years, the lease rate shall be five percent of the appraised value
of the leased land. The appraised value shall be the value of the leased land without any private
improvements and must be comparable to similar land without any improvements within the same
county. The minimum appraised value that the commissioner assigns to the leased land must be
substantially equal to the county assessor's estimated market value of similar land adjusted by the
assessment/sales ratio as determined by the Department of Revenue.
(c) By July 1, 1986, the commissioner of natural resources shall adopt rules under chapter
14 to establish procedures for leasing land under this section. The rules shall be subject to
review and approval by the commissioners of revenue and administration prior to the initial
publication pursuant to chapter 14 and prior to their final adoption. The rules must address at
least the following:
(1) method of appraising the property; and
(2) an appeal procedure for both the appraised values and lease rates.
(d) All money received from these leases must be credited to the fund to which the proceeds
of the land belong.
or any other law to the contrary, for fiscal years 1999 and
2000, 100 percent, and thereafter, 50 percent, of the money received from the lease of permanent
school fund lands leased pursuant to this subdivision must be credited to the lakeshore leasing and
sales account in the permanent school fund and is appropriated for use to survey, appraise, and
pay associated selling, leasing, or exchange costs of lots as required in this section and Minnesota
Statutes 1992, section
92.67, subdivision 3
. Any money designated for deposit in the permanent
school fund that is not needed to survey, appraise, and pay associated selling, leasing, or exchange
costs of lots, as required in this section, shall be deposited in the permanent school fund. The
commissioner shall add to the appraised value of any lot offered for sale or exchange the costs of
surveying, appraising, and disposing of the lot, and shall first deposit into the permanent school
fund an amount equal to the costs of surveying, appraising, and disposing of any lot paid out of
the permanent school fund. Any remaining money shall be deposited into any other contributing
funds in proportion to the contribution from each fund. In no case may the commissioner add
to the appraised value of any lot offered for sale or exchange an amount more than the actual
contract service costs of surveying, appraising, and disposing of the lot.
Subd. 1a. Termination of leasing.
Effective May 22, 1973, no new leases may be made
pursuant to subdivision 1. If substantial improvements have been made to land leased pursuant
to subdivision 1, the commissioner must require the lessee to comply with applicable county
ordinances for management of shoreland areas and must cancel any lease for noncompliance with
these standards unless the substandard use is authorized by the county ordinance.
Subd. 2.[Repealed, 1975 c 353 s 41
Subd. 3. Lease rate increases.
State land leased under subdivision 1, that have increased
lease rates effective on or after January 1, 1986, shall phase in the increased lease rates by three
equal annual increments, except that the lease rates shall be adjusted to reflect changes in the lease
rates resulting from rules adopted under subdivision 1.
Subd. 4. Road expenditures.
A county where state lands are leased under this section, may
spend money raised from the levy of property taxes for the maintenance and upgrading of roads
serving the leased property regardless of whether the roads are part of the county highway system.
History: (6464, 6465) 1923 c 430 s 12,13; 1973 c 479 s 3; 1985 c 265 art 3 s 1; 1Sp1985 c
14 art 17 s 1,3,5; 1986 c 444; 1986 c 449 s 1; 1987 c 404 s 110; 1988 c 718 art 7 s 3; 1990 c
452 s 1; 1992 c 363 art 1 s 14; 1993 c 172 s 48; 1995 c 186 s 26; 1995 c 220 s 89; 1997 c
7 art 1 s 21,22; 1999 c 231 s 124