The Wabasha County Board will hear a formal presentation of report from a government study commission during its meeting next Tuesday, January 22nd.
The commission was formed under court order to examine the county's form of government and make recommendations to the county board.
One recommendation in the report is to have the county return to the county administrator form of government.
According to the Wabasha County Herald, board members were presented with the 100 page report last week and then given time to review it before a formal presentation next week.
The special commission was composed of 10 citizens and five elected county officials.
During last week's session Commissioner David Harms revealed a sealed document from last spring in which he predicted the commission would favor returning to a county administrator.
Harms, one of the three commissioners who voted in favor of the conversion to a county coordinator instead, in the document called the commission's meetings and research a frivolous act and a foregone conclusion.