2005 Minnesota Statutes - 145A.11 — Powers and duties of city and county relative to local public health grant.


145A.11 Powers and duties of city and county relative to local public health grant.
Subdivision 1. Generally. In addition to the powers and duties prescribed elsewhere in law and in section 145A.05, a city council or county board that has formed or is a member of a community health board has the powers and duties prescribed in this section.
Subd. 2. Consideration of local public health priorities and statewide outcomes in tax levy. In levying taxes authorized under section 145A.08, subdivision 3, a city council or county board that has formed or is a member of a community health board must consider the income and expenditures required to meet local public health priorities established under section 145A.10, subdivision 5a, and statewide outcomes established under section 145A.12, subdivision 7.
Subd. 3. Repealed, 1Sp2003 c 14 art 8 s 32
Subd. 4. Ordinances relating to community health services. A city council or county board that has established or is a member of a community health board may by ordinance adopt and enforce minimum standards for services provided according to sections 145A.02 and 145A.10. An ordinance must not conflict with state law or with more stringent standards established either by rule of an agency of state government or by the provisions of the charter or ordinances of any city organized under section 145A.09, subdivision 4.
HIST: 1987 c 309 s 11; 1Sp2003 c 14 art 8 s 22,23

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