League of Minnesota Cities
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The League of Minnesota Cities (LMC), founded in 1913 by a special law passed by the Minnesota Legislature, was initially a part of the Extension Division of the University of Minnesota. In 1974, the League became an independent organization. Today, the League's membership includes more than 800 cities and their elected and appointed officials, as well as numerous special districts and townships.
The Leagues mission statement: The League of Minnesota Cities promotes excellence in local government through effective advocacy, expert analysis, and trusted guidance for all Minnesota cities.
- League of Minnesota Cities planning Norway study tour. Nation's Cities Weekly, November, 2002 by Kevin Frazell
- The New York Times, October 5, 2005 - Eminent Domain Revisited: A Minnesota Case, by Terry Pristin Mentions League of Minnesota Cities in the context of eminent domain]
- USA Today - Homeowners lose on property rights Quotes the executive director of the League of Minnesota Cities.
- Star Tribune, February 10, 2007 Tax cap in budget touches off a debate[permanent dead link]
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