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2002 Minnesota Statutes

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2.143 Eleventh district.

Subdivision 1. Senate district. Senate district 11 consists of all of Todd County, that portion of Becker County consisting of the cities of Detroit Lakes and Frazee, and the townships of Burlington, Detroit, Erie, and Lake View, that portion of Douglas County consisting of the city of Osakis and the townships of Belle River, Osakis, and Spruce Hill, that portion of Otter Tail County consisting of the cities of Bluffton, Deer Creek, Dent, New York Mills, Perham, Vergas, and Wadena, and the townships of Blowers, Bluffton, Butler, Candor, Compton, Corliss, Deer Creek, Dora, Eastern, Edna, Gorman, Hobart, Homestead, Newton, Oak Valley, Otto, Paddock, Perham, Pine Lake, and Woodside, that portion of Stearns County consisting of the city of St. Rosa, that portion of Melrose Township not surrounded by the city of Melrose, and Millwood Township, and that portion of Wadena County consisting of the cities of Aldrich, Sebeka, Staples, Verndale, and Wadena, and the townships of Aldrich, Bullard, Leaf River, Red Eye, Rockwood, Thomastown, Wadena, and Wing River.

Subd. 2. House districts. Senate district 11 is divided into two house districts as follows:

(a) House district 11A consists of that portion of Becker County included in senate district 11, that portion of Otter Tail County included in senate district 11, excluding the townships of Eastern, Oak Valley, and Woodside, and that portion of Wadena County consisting of the cities of Sebeka and Wadena, and the townships of Leaf River, Red Eye, and Rockwood.

(b) House district 11B consists of that portion of senate district 11 not included in house district 11A.

HIST: 1991 c 246 s 12; 1994 c 612 s 12

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