1.1.................... moves to amend H.F. No. 3051, the first committee engrossment,
1.2as follows:
1.3Page 1, after line 13, insert:

1.4    "Section 1. Minnesota Statutes 2008, section 84.0272, subdivision 2, is amended to
1.6    Subd. 2. Stream easements. (a) Notwithstanding subdivision 1, the commissioner
1.7may acquire permanent stream easements for angler access, fish management, and habitat
1.8work for a onetime payment based on a value attributed to both the stream and the
1.9easement corridor. The payment shall equal:
1.10(1) the per linear foot of stream within the easement corridor times $5; plus
1.11(2) the easement corridor acres times the estimated market value.
1.12(b) The estimated market value is equal to:
1.13(1) the total farm market value plus the timberlands value agricultural market value
1.14plus the rural vacant market value plus the managed forest market value; divided by
1.15(2) the acres of deeded farmland plus the acres of timber agricultural land plus the
1.16rural vacant land plus the managed forest land.
1.17(c) The total farm market value, timberlands value, acres of deeded farmland, and
1.18acres of timber agricultural market value, rural vacant market value, and managed forest
1.19market value or equivalent are determined from data collected by the Department of
1.20Revenue during its annual spring mini abstract survey. If the Department of Revenue
1.21changes its property type groups for its annual spring mini abstract survey, the agricultural
1.22market value, the rural vacant market value, and the managed forest market value shall be
1.23determined by the commissioner from data collected by the Department of Revenue in a
1.24manner that provides the most reasonable substitute for the market values as presently
1.25reported. The commissioner must use the most recent available data for the city or
1.26township within which the easement corridor is located.
2.1(d) The commissioner shall periodically review the easement payment rates under
2.2this subdivision to determine whether the stream easement payments reflect current
2.3shoreland market values. If the commissioner determines that the easements do not reflect
2.4current shoreland market values, the commissioner shall report to the senate and house of
2.5representatives natural resources policy committees with recommendations for changes
2.6to this subdivision that are necessary for the stream easement payment rates to reflect
2.7current shoreland market values. The recommendations may include an adjustment to the
2.8dollar amount in paragraph (a), clause (1)."
2.9Renumber the sections in sequence and correct the internal references
2.10Amend the title accordingly