Le Sueur County receives MCIT County of the Year honor

Jay Schneider, LIFE/Enterprise

Le Sueur County will be honored Monday, Dec. 3 during the Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust (MCIT) Annual Meeting in Bloomington.

MCIT announced last week that Le Sueur County has been selected as the 2018 County of the Year.

"The county has distinguished itself in the areas of loss control, risk management, claims administration, and responsiveness to MCIT," MCIT Executive Director Robyn M. Sykes said. "MCIT commends the county's commitment to managing exposures that jeopardize employees and citizens of the county to loss."

MCIT is governed by a board of nine individuals elected or appointed from counties that participate in the trust.

The organization offers members access to a variety of services that are provided with its membership.

Each of the services are designed to help members better manage risks within their organizations.

MCIT says when a claim is averted or mitigated, members reap the benefit. This translates into more services, enhanced coverage, and dividends allotted to the county.

In other Le Sueur County Board of Commissioners business: * The board received a report from Human Services Director Sue Rynda.

She presented a number of contracts to the board for approval. They included....

To see more on this story pick up the November 29, 2018 print edition of The Times, Messenger, Life or Enterprise.


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