An onslaught of development in recent years sets the wheels in motion to bring some 11,000 survey corners up to date throughout Beltrami County, Minnesota, at a cost of $3.4 million over five to seven years.
 


Brad Swenson Bemidji Pioneer

Published Wednesday, July 30, 2008

An onslaught of development in recent years in previously remote regions of Beltrami County continues to fuel a need for accurate property boundaries.
 
Survey corners - the legal means by which property boundaries are defined - in some cases haven’t been re-established for a century. In other cases, they don’t even exist.
 
Beltrami County commissioners earlier this month put the wheels in motion to bring survey corners up to date throughout the county with a $3.4 million program over five to seven years.