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Todd County receives 2021 achievement award from MCIT

During the 2021 Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust Annual Membership Meeting held in Bloomington on Dec. 6, Board Chair Felix Schmiesing announced that Todd County was the 2021 recipient of MCIT’s award for Outstanding Performance in the Property/Casualty Division.

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Commissioner Rod Erickson, Coordinator Chris Pelzer, Commissioner/Board Chair Barb Becker, Auditor/Treasurer Denise Gaida, Commissioner Randy Neumann and Commissioner Gary Kneisl were on hand to accept the award for Outstanding Performance in the Property/Casualty Division on Dec. 6.
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During the 2021 Minnesota Counties Intergovernmental Trust Annual Membership Meeting held in Bloomington on Dec. 6, Board Chair Felix Schmiesing announced that Todd County was the 2021 recipient of MCIT’s award for Outstanding Performance in the Property/Casualty Division.

Each year MCIT looks for the county that has demonstrated steady improvement in its risk management and loss control efforts, its claims handling practices and its overall responsiveness to MCIT during the past five years.

Schmiesing was proud to present the property and casualty division award to Todd County for consistently improving claims handling of property and liability losses, as well as protecting its property and citizens through aggressive loss control and risk management activities.

The award-winning county distinguishes itself in the areas of loss control and risk management. Criteria used to identify the recipient include risk management, loss control, customer service and property/casualty claims.

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