The White Bear Lake Conservation District established under Laws 1971, chapter 355, as amended by Laws 1974, chapter 111, and Laws 1977, chapter 322, is a corporate and political body, and may sue and be sued, enter into contracts, and hold real and personal property for its purposes.
The district is an employer within the definition of section 176.011, subdivision 10, and is included in the provisions of chapter 176.
The district is a public corporation and a political subdivision of the state. The district is also within the definition of section 466.01, and is included in the provisions of chapter 466.
The district may be dissolved by the decision of the governing bodies of four of the municipalities in the district. The decision of a town shall be made by the board of supervisors of the town.
Official Publication of the State of Minnesota
Revisor of Statutes