Morrison County gets $92,000 from state over MNLARS
22 Jun 2019
Morrison County is getting money back from the state as reimbursement for costs it sustained due to the Minnesota Licensing and Registration System (MNLARS), to the tune of $92,344.69.
The funds, part of $13 million approved by the state for all 174 deputy registrar offices, are aimed at avoiding a lawsuit, the grant agreement said.
“The parties agree that the specific reasons that this dispute is being settled is (1) to avoid any and all further costs of litigation for all parties; and (2) to avoid any and all further risks of litigation for all parties,” the document said.
By signing the agreement, the deputy registrars offices agree to drop any claims resulting from the development and use of MNLARS.
The agreement is not meant to represent any admission of liability or wrongdoing by the state, the document said.