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Training provides best practices to manage risks of Open Meeting Law, contracts, employee leaves and sexual harassment. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER NOW »
Workshops in three locations demystify and clarify workers' compensation responsibilities and decisions required of employers, employees and MCIT. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER NOW »
Oct. 23 seminar offers information about pressing land use concerns for Minnesota counties and related government organizations. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER »
Securing private data is a significant responsibility for local governments and requires everyone in the organization to do their part. This no-cost resource assists members in developing strategies to meet their obligations for data security. DOWNLOAD BOOK NOW »
MCIT is a joint powers entity made up of Minnesota counties and associated public entities that pool resources to provide property, casualty and workers’ compensation coverage to members. MCIT also offers risk management and loss control services. LEARN MORE ABOUT MCIT »
News and Upcoming Events
Trend of Rate Reductions Ends with Increases for 2020

During the July MCIT Board meeting, Mark Doepke and Scott Anderson of Actuarial Advisors presented their report regarding recommendations for 2020 property, casualty (liability) and workers’ compensation rates. The report clearly signaled that the multiyear trend of rate reductions was at an end. In setting rates, the MCIT board is committed to ensuring that rates reflect potential losses.
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Winona County Commissioner Joins MCIT Board

The MCIT Board of Directors unanimously appointed Winona County Commissioner Marcia Ward to the board seat made vacant with the departure of Dan Kuhns. Commissioner Ward’s first meeting is in August. Per MCIT Bylaws, Ward will serve until the next annual meeting, at which time the unexpired term will be filled by election. The term ends Dec. 31, 2020.
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Window Closing on Increased ‘Cyber’ Coverage Limits Option

This year all members have the option to pursue increased coverage limits of $100,000, $250,000, $500,000 and $1 million. It is important that each member assess it operations, its propensity to accumulate personally identifying information, and its exposure to risk. Coverage limit changes can be requested any time through November 2019 with members being charged on a pro-rata basis. Beginning in 2020, coverage limit changes will only be allowed at the next year’s renewal, which will take effect in January 2021. Requests for increased limits are dependent on underwriting guidelines and are not guaranteed.
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Sep 18, 2019
Regional Risk Management Workshop: Bemidji
Holiday Inn Express, Bemidji
Member rate: $65
Nonmember rate: $105

Sep 19, 2019
Regional Risk Management Workshop: St. Cloud
Best Western Kelly Inn, St. Cloud
Member rate: $65
Nonmember rate: $105

Oct 23, 2019
Navigating Key Land Use Issues
Best Western Kelly Inn, St. Cloud (100 4th Ave. S.)
Members: $65
Nonmembers: $105