Each county outside of the seven-county metropolitan area must establish a county facilities group by July 1, 1992.
A county facilities group consists of at least one representative from the county board, one representative from each city located within the county, one representative from each school district located within the county, up to three representatives of townships selected by the county board, and two other members selected by the county board. Under this section, a school district is located within a county if it has an administrative office or a facility or a planned facility under section 123B.71 in the county.
The county facilities group shall develop an inventory of all public buildings located within the county. The inventory shall include an assessment of the condition of each public building and document any under used space in the buildings.
The county facilities group shall review and comment on any proposed joint facility and may submit comments to the commissioner of education on any school district facility that is proposed within the county.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes